Armadores de Santander Hotel represents splendor and traditional
atmosphere, one of Old Havana's
premier hotel for travelers who like
to enjoy historic old Havana, with
magnificent view on Havana Bay.
The main entrance is Neo Classical
architecture style that coincides
with the owners name initials
"JC" Jose Cabrero Mier
The hotel Armadores is located
near San Francisco de Asis square,
and cruise terminal Old Havana.
Santander is a busy port town in Sapin, also the capital of Cantabria. The city was reconstructed after its being destroyed by fire in 1941.
In 1248 during the reign of Fernando III el Santo (The Saint) Santander took part in the battle for Seville, fighting under the command of Admiral Boniface.
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Hotel Armadores de Santander has been restored to its original splendor, now is one of Havana's premier 4 stars hotels. The main entrance is a Neo - Classical architecture, style that coincides with the owners name "Jose Cabrero Mier". Main offices of important shipbuilders, Santander from Spain were located in the hotel building.
The Count of La Mortera was the owner of an important fleet of ships that made many commercial voyages between the ports of Santander, Spain and Havana, Cuba. The hotel consists of three buildings first edifice is eclectic, and the second one is neoclassic, with a Roman façade and Corinthian columns. Both were built in the 19th century.
The hotel offer: 39 accommodations, 34 Standard rooms of which four have terraces overlooking the Havana harbor, one Junior Suite with Jacuzzi, and one Master Suite with Jacuzzi and three duplexes rooms. All rooms are high ceiling, designed with their own traditional atmosphere, located on two floors and most offer a lovely view of Havana's Bay blessed with a sea breeze. Each room has air conditioning, a safety deposit box, telephone and satellite TV.
"La Marina" bar is located at the lobby, include a pool table. "Cantabria" restaurant on the second floor with a spectacular view of Havana Bay.
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