Hotel Saratoga is one relatively new acquisitions of the offers of hotel in old Havana, is an elegant and luxurious establishment, which combines beautiful decorative elements of century with spaces and modern details, nuanced by a touch of ingenuity and good taste. The interiors were completely rebuilt and redesigned (added 3 floors to the original 4 floors of the building), and the eclectic facade, dominated by neo-classical details, was restored and recalls the days of the Decade of the thirties of the twentieth century in which artists and other luminaries of the culture gathered there, while the female orquesta Anacaona presentations played the place. The vicinity of the hotel are, admittedly, a bit noisy and not very pleasant from the aesthetic point of view. However, this small deficiency is more than compensated by the location of the place: in the extreme south of the Prado Street, in the street opposite the Capitol and the Gran Teatro de la Habana, and relatively short distance of the malecon and Bishop, one of the main points of access to the heart of the historic center of the city. The Interior of the hotel, guests are welcomed by a daring and sophisticated interior design that marks a new tone for the hotels in the area, reminiscent of the cosmopolitan spirit one might expect to find in New York or another big city. The bar on the mezzanine, located under a skylight in the roof, is a living example of this feeling, with its diverse furnishings, high Palm trees and a large mural showing a Cuban landscape. Equally attractive are the Anacaona restaurant, adjacent bar and restaurant of the roof, which offers beautiful views of the Paseo del Prado and other places of interest like the factory of tobaccos Partagas.
Predominantly elegant atmosphere, and the tasteful interior design expands up to the rooms, where the classic details are combined with modern elements (such as access to the Internet, for example). Other attractive features are a parking outdoor, availability of wireless connection to Internet in common areas, a gym with modern equipment, massage services, a well-equipped business centre and two meeting rooms. The Hotel Saratoga is one of the hotels with more class (and more expensive) of Havana, is not perhaps the ideal choice for those seeking a lodging discretely colonial or authentically Cuban. However, travellers who can afford to stay at this hotel and that walk in search of privacy and modern amenities, will hardly find a better option in Havana.