Valencia Inn in Havana turns 14
The Valencia Inn, the first lodging establishment created by the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana, celebrated its 14th anniversary.
The 14-room inn offers personalized services, including non-smoking rooms and cigar shops.
Located in the historic heart of the Cuban capital, the Valencia Inn is decorated with beautiful carpentry and its walls are covered with ornamental plates.
From the establishment, guests can watch the busy activity on Oficios Street, which runs from Arms Square to San Francis of Assisi Square.
The building housing the inn, like most houses from the Spanish colonial period, has a mezzanine and a high ceiling supported by columns.
The Valencia Inn is the perfect place for visitors from France, Germany and Italy, many of whom are repeat guests.