The Palacio O’Farrill Hotel has the neoclassic beauty of the former residence of Don José Ricardo O’Farrill y O’Daly, a wealthy merchant from the Irish county of Longford. The hotel integrates three centuries of architecture styles in its design. There’s a beautiful inner courtyard on the plant-filled 18th-Century first floor, while the second level, built in the 19th, merges neoclassical influences. The 20th-Century top floor combines seamlessly with the magnificent architecture below. It is a beautiful retreat for those travelers wanting to explore Havana’s Historic Center with great service and lodging guaranteed.
This hotel belongs to the hotel chain Habaguanex By Gaviota