Hotel Raquel has 25 rooms, and 2 junior suites. All of them are carefully designed and comfortly decorated with paintings and beautiful style furniture.
All rooms with air conditioning and balcony or terrace, phones, TV, minibar, safety deposit box, refrigerator, private bathroom with bath tub and hair dryer.
Rock of Jerusalem in the lobby
Elegant restaurant "Jardin del Eden" offers kosher dishes.
Restaurant Kosher Menu
| Hotel Raquel is a luxury boutique hotel, designed in a Hebrew culture motif.
Hotel is located in Jewish Quarter heart of historic old Havana, near the San Francisco Square.
103 Amarguera and San Ignacio street, just six blocks from the oldest Synagogue in Cuba.
Built in 1908 as a bank, the ornate hotel was converted to reflect a Jewish flavor. The gorgeous building is one of the most beautiful structures, among all trading houses in Old Havana.
Thanks to a trading society in Havana in the early 20th century, and to the well known Venezuelan architect Naranjo Ferrer, 4 stars accommodation in historical Old Havana.
Havana can exhibit today this gorgeous building. Between 1905 and 1908 the firm V. Loriente the most outstanding fabric importing company in Havana, order construction of the building taking corner of San Ignacio and Amargura for such a purpose.
Varied fabrics coming from the best factories in England, United States of America, France and Spain were on display in the building making possible the trading with the retail firms over island.
Raquel Hotel has striking, stained glass windows along over the atrium. The romantic ambience of the building proposed by its harmonious art Nouveau Style.
The magnificent sculpture along with the marble columns at the ground floor makes sensuality of this romantic ambiance. Cuban artist Jose Farinis made two contemporary paintings. All hotel floors and rooms are decorated with paintings of prestigious Cuban painters.
Facilities: lobby and roof bars, restaurant, fitness room and sauna, 24h room service. Bezalel boutique and luggage room,
attractive roof terrace with a magnificent cupola view on Havana.
A rock of the mountains of Jerusalem
The conquest of Jerusalem in year 70 of the first century
left to the Romans valuable treasures including
Seven Branched Candelabrum,
on the occasion of the victory over
Jews, the Arch of Tyre was built in Rome, in which
there is a carved image of the Candelabrum.
The replica of the Candlestick the inscription of Jerusalem is the
work of Tuly Bauman, donated to hotel Raquel by Eitan and Sergio Meisler
in July, 2008.