Hotel Palacio O' Farrill, Havana, Cuba was formerly the residence of one of Cuba's wealthiest colonial families. It was converted into a charming hotel in 2003.
The hotel occupies a magnificent neoclassical palace, formerly house of Don José Ricardo O´Farrill who was great-grandchild of the Irishman Don Ricardo O´Farrill and O´Daly, founder of one of the richest and wealthy families in the nobility in the colonial time.
Their 38 rooms, their restaurant and snack bar, their interior patio with the old reservoir, shadowed by a magnificent skylight, and the terrace of formidable visual perspective, they make of the current hotel, a place of nonpareil excellence. The inclusion of the XVIII, XIX and XX centuries in the architectural elements and the decoration of each one of their three levels respectively, they produce an exceptional history and modernity effect in the visitors, which will enjoy the unique experience to live three centuries in an instant.