The Tryp Habana Libre Hotel raises up 25 floors from havanan La Rampa, with an enormous mural painting by famous Amelia Peláez splashed across the front of the building. It is renowned as one of Havana´s emblematic hotels. Its 24th floor was the headquarters of the incipient Cuban Revolution, on January 1959, after dictator Fulgencio Batista ran out of the country. The two-story open lobby area is striking, surrounded by flowering plants and palms, it offres numerous bars and common areas. The hotel has spacious rooms with spectacular views over Havana. The rooftop Turquino Cabaret, La Rampa cafeteria and Polinesio famous restaurant are outstanding reference sites for travelers.
This hotel belongs to the hotel chain Meliá Hotels