Hotels - Deauville

About  Deauville

Across from Havana’s Malecón, the Deauville has an excellent location overlooking the sea and views of the Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro at the entrance to Havana Bay.

From the hotel, visitors can quickly get to Havana's colonial and modern sections. Each of the Deauville’s comfortable rooms has a terrace, with views towards the sea or Old Havana. The rooftop pool here is a popular spot.

Fortaleza de San Carlos de La Cabaña, Carretera de La Cabana, Habana del Este

The Cannon Blast Ceremony

The Cannon Blast ceremony (El Cañonazo de las Nueve) is one of the oldest and attractive traditions of Havana. In colonial days, the shots signalled the closing of the gates of the walled city and the rising of the chain across the entrance to the harbour. The tradition of firing a cannon every night at 9:00 pm was kept even after the wall was torn down and is still used for checking your watch.

Malecon, Habana

Malecón Seawall Drive

The metropolitan esplanade that runs along the coast for some 12 kilometres, from the entrance to the Bay of Havana (Castillo de La Punta) to the fort of La Chorrera, beside the mouth of the river Almendares. The first project for the construction of this magnificent seawall dates back to the beginning of the 19th Century. Along it is a series of lookout points, esplanades and parks with geometrical layouts. It is one of the most popular places among the people of Havana.

Calle Industria No. 520, e/ Barcelona y Dragones, Centro Habana, La Habana

Real Fábrica de Tabacos Partagás

The Real Fábrica de Tabacos Partagás (Partagás Royal Tobacco Factory), located in the north of Fraternidad Park, one of the oldest and more famous tobacco factories in Havana. It was founded in 1845 by the Spanish Jaime Partagás. Partagas was at the same time, owner of some tobacco plantations in the region of Vuelta Abajo. This is the most visited factory in the country. When you visit it in group you’ll discover how they do separate and classify the leaves in the ground floor; and how they do roll, press, adorn, and wrap the cigars in the upper floors. Currently there are around 500 workers on it, rolling cigars for well-known brands like Montecristo or Cohíba. The factory also houses a sales room, where you’ll be able to choose among a great variety of Havana cigars, and a bar.

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