In a very privileged location in the old Havana, a magnificent neoclasic palace is reborn. It used to be the house of Don Jose Ricardo O'Farrill, the great-grandson of the Irish Don Ricardo O'Farrill and O'Daly, who founded one of the wealthiest families of the nobility in the colonial times.
The hotel is a place of excellence without equal thanks to its 38 rooms, its restaurant, its snack-bar, its inner courtyard with a very old well and a magnificent skylight and its roof-top terrace with a great perspective of the city .
The influence from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries on the architecture and decoration of the hotel, causes an exceptional effect of history and modernity in the guests that can enjoy the unique experience of living three centuries at the same time.
Location: The O'Farrill is situated in the heart of the historic Havana, on the corner of Cuba and Chacon Streets near the port of Havana.You are currently not logged in. Login to comment.
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