The first new hotel to debut in Cuba since the pandemic has opened its doors in Havana.
Southeast Asian firm Archipelago has debuted its new property on the island, the Grand Aston La Habana Hotel.
The 600-room sky rise is set in the heart of Havana’s Vedado neighborhood on the edge of the storied Malecon.
Amenities include the city’s only 24-hour fitness center; broad wellness facilities and a 56-meter-long swimming pool overlooking Havana Bay.
The property’s design is what Archipelago calls a “perfect fusion” of 1930s style and Asian refinement.
“We’re delighted to be opening what will become a true icon in the Havana hotel scene. One of the most creatively designed hotels is ready to welcome guests to experience the fusion of Asian and Cuban hospitality in a fantastic location,” said John Flood, President & CEO of Archipelago.
For more, visit Grand Aston La Habana.