Situated on a quiet stretch of the North Riverwalk known as the Museum Reach, directly adjacent to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, Hotel Havana offers elegant accommodations in the heart of San Antonio.
The hotel was originally built in 1914 by a successful local grocer as a residence hotel for his buyers. The name was inspired by the lush riverfront surroundings reminiscent of the Caribbean island city, and the Mediterranean Revival design of the building reflects this influence and the Spanish Colonial architecture of surrounding San Antonio. Hotel Havana's pan-Latin influence pays tribute to the diverse cultural elements of its Cuban namesake, as well as its proximity to Mexico and the roots of its home in San Antonio. The property offers 27 unique rooms ranging from studios to King and Queen Suites to a split level Penthouse.
Hotel Havana is also home to Ocho, a restaurant and lounge space serving drinks and food downstairs in the hotel basement and upstairs on the riverfront. The property was reopened in 2010 by hotelier Liz Lambert and Bunkhouse Group and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Read more on the history of the Hotel Havana here.