San Miguel Hotel, located by the harbor, is in a building acquired and refurbished in 1923 by Mr. Antonio San Miguel y Segalá, a cultural promoter and an outstanding man of letters who run La Lucha (The Struggle) Havana newspaper, of great significance during the 1895 war of independence. An elegant architectural complex, San Miguel Hotel stands out for the layout and good taste of its rooms, showing the lifestyle of Havana bourgeoisie in the 1920’s. Guest rooms (10 only) provide an intimate ambience that will make you feel like home, as well as customized treatment. This hotel, which is in a prime location, has a fancy lobby bar and a Gran Salón (Great Hall), a space designed for formal cocktail parties. Tapas and various appetizers are served at the terrace, from which you can enjoy a superb view of El Morro, La Cabaña and La Punta fortresses that turns this hotel into an excellent option for travellers. Very close to the Historic Center’s Amphitheater, an ideal outdoor stage for large musical shows; and La Maestranza amusement park. Only a few steps from this hotel is Cabaña restaurant where chicken-based dishes are served; and further away is O’Farril Hotel Palace, a building that recreates elements of Irish culture.