Even though it's not a functioning museum, the Hotel Inglaterra houses such a vast amount of curiosities of historic and artistic significance, that it should be visited and examined as such. We're talking about the oldest hotel in Havana and on the whole island. Located in the heart of Havana, it opened its doors to the public in the year 1875 with a lovely façade reminiscent of the Belle Époque. It was especially popular during the 19th century, and today all the decorative features of the time are pretty much intact. In its interior the most interesting point is its bar, restaurant and terrace, all nicknamed "la sevillana" due to a decor that features a flamenco dancer. Make sure to look out the windows, too, as this National Monument offers some great views.
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