Room & Breakfast
This beautiful colonial 18th century house belonged in the 19th century to the family of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas, “Regent of the Order of Isabel the Catholic”.
The Hotel Comendador in Old Havana, unique for the intimacy and silence of its inner spaces, is the ideal spot for seclusion and meditation. Its architecture resembles the city’s older Spanish-Muslim houses, with a bent entrance on one of its sides. The house, in a privileged spot thanks to its proximity to Arms Square and San Francisco Square, receives the sea breeze blowing in from the port, visible from the balconies of its comfortable hotel rooms.
The Hotel Comendador is owned by the Habaguanex Hotel Group, has a tavern called Onda, named after a region in Spain, that evokes a countryside tavern and serves many different variations of the typical Spanish tapas and exquisite wines.