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About  Melia Cohiba

The Meliá Cohiba offers spectacular views of the sea and the city. An exceptional hotel for both business and leisure guests with an excellent location, the exclusive The Level service and a lively party room. 

The best hotel and facilities in Havana for business travel and meetings

Located opposite the city coastline in a modern district of Havana

The Level floor offering personalized service, exclusivity and privacy

Habana Café nightclub with live entertainment

Large convention area with capacity for up to 1,000 people

Bar with humidifier and cigar room, ideal for cigar gourmets and connoisseurs

Gallery with art and antiques exhibition and sales

Located in Vedado, a modern district in Havana, facing the sea, only 50 meters from the famous Malecón, the five star Meliá Cohíba hotel is a leading business and meeting hotel.

Fully air conditioned, with stunning views of the city and the sea, the hotel provides comfort and an elegant, modern design with Cuban marble and references to the world of cigars and the famous Cohíba brand.

  • Summer terrace
  • Outdoor pool
  • Massage services
  • Spa
  • Exercise gym
  • Sauna
  • Concierge desk
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Currency exchange
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Baby sitting
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Complimentary shoeshine
  • Dry cleaning
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Fax service
  • Business center
  • Banquet facilities
  • Sundry/Convenience store
  • Air conditioning
  • All public areas non-smoking
  • Shopping mall
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Safe deposit box
  • Elevators
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Non-smoking rooms (generic)
  • Room service
Calle Línea No. 251 esq G, Vedado, La Habana

Dance Museum

The Museo de la Danza (Dance Museum) is located in an eclectic mansion in Vedado. The museum exhibits a rich collection of objects from the history of Cuban dance, among which are some personal belongings of famous former dancer Alicia Alonso, who founded the National Ballet of Cuba, and she is precisely the live soul of this Museum. The exhibition room dedicated to Alonso displays her costume for Giselle's first act, a ballet play that opened her vertiginous way to stardom, as well as her costume for Carmen (designed by Salvador Fernández), another of her mythical characters. Its halls contain several collections of the dressing room items, photographs, paintings, engravings of the old Tacón Theater, and pieces ranging from 16th century to contemporary society. The most ancient piece in the Museum is a book by Raoul Auger Feuillet, The Art of Writing Dance, from 1700, with demonstrative signs and letters, a gift given to Alicia. The collection of the Dance Museum is extremely valuable, a true treasure thanks to which this apparently intangible art can be trapped.

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 17, e / Calle D y Calle E, Vedado, La Habana

National Museum of Decorative Arts

The Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas (National Museum of Decorative Arts) is housed within a rather interesting building in the district of Vedado, Havana. If you are on your way through Vedado and have free time, it’s worth visiting this museum, or at least to see the building itself. The construction was designed by French architects Virad and Dastugue, surrounded by beautiful gardens with sculptures. The Museum exhibits in its spacious rooms valuable works of European and Oriental art dating back to the 18th to 20th centuries. Among the items stored within the museums and the ones on display in its exhibition rooms, this museum has more than 33,000 works of high artistic and historic value from the reigns of Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napoleón II, as well as some oriental pieces dating from the 16th to the 21st centuries. It also has a Hall of Oriental Lacquers, with Chinese parabanes from the 17th to the 21st century; and a dining room in the Regency style and with Italian marble. You will find very carefully preserved furniture, ceramics, porcelains, paintings, and sculptures as well as works of applied arts. This museum offers several services with guided tours and specialized tours, and also features a library with cultural activities.

Calle Paseo, Plaza de la Revolucion

Jose Marti Revolution Square

The Revolution Square has been the scene of the largest demonstrations of the Cuban people and a permanent site for defending revolutionary principles, sovereignty and independence. In this historic Square, there is the José Martí Memorial, an enormous marble sculpture of the National Hero of the Republic of Cuba and a star-shaped obelisk at the base of which are four exhibition halls and a function hall. At the top of the memorial is the city's highest viewing point. In the other site of the square, two building facade bears a representation of the face of other two national heros: Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos.

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