Located in one of the most important parts of the Havana city, The Packard Hotel is located on Paseo Prado, the most important street in Old Havana, was erected by a US company during the 20s, after the establishment of hotels like the Hotel Saratoga.
The hotel is located on the extension channel of Havana Bay and overlooks one of the most important structures in Havana, La Fortaleza. Although the building was abandoned decades ago, after the remodeling carried out between 1997 and 2003, it has now recovered the importance it had, being once again perceived as one of the most important structures in Havana.
The hotel integrates the original charm of the hotel, together with new and surprising lines of luxury to firmly restore the Hotel Packard among the most luxurious establishments in Havana. The design incorporates the Museum of the History of Cuban Music. as well as a two-story jazz club on the corner of the building.
Along with the musical benefits, the Packard also houses commercial spaces, a world-class restaurant, performance spaces, exhibition spaces, spas, stretching pools, music gardens and conference rooms. The hotel has 300 rooms, which makes it one of the largest hotels in Havana. The types of rooms available are: a loft-style bedroom, one and two bedroom apartments, and one-story apartments. Each room has a front and rear porch, one of the signature elements of the hotel's design.