NH Capri Hotel
Telephone – 011 (53) 7839 - 7200
Over 55 years later, the iconic Hotel Capri was reopened after an extensive renovation, on the eve of 2014. The modernization of the hotel included the replacement of elevators, installation of central air conditioning and Wi-Fi, as well as many other additional upgrades. However, great care has been taken in preserving the original architecture, design, and the feel of the bygone.
Hotel Capri is located in a vibrant neighborhood of Havana where many classic cars from the 1950’s can be seen purring down the streets. Entering the spacious and bright lobby of the Capri, the immediate revival of the 1950’s is carried from the street, from the original art-deco granite floors and the restored lobby chandeliers. Carefully designed furniture also gives a nod back to this important era in Cuban history. Guestrooms also remain loyal to the roots and flare of the hotel’s history with 1950’s inspired décor of solid furniture and nice fabrics throughout.
The iconic rooftop swimming pool provides endless and breathtaking views of Havana, both ocean and city. Here, one can leisurely lounge poolside while sipping a cocktail of your choice.
Hotel Capri offers several restaurants, both a la carte and buffet, as well as a snack bar. A bar can also be found in the lobby and alongside the pool. In addition, there is an Executive Floor with gym and sauna facilities.
Rooms have 1 King size bed in 30 m² or 2 beds with WIFI, satellite TV, Coffee / tea maker - Hairdryer - Iron - Ironing board - Minibar – Desk – Safe - Soundproofing
For Internet - WIFI service only – go to the Front Desk - $2.00 per hour
SPA SERVICES – 17TH FLOOR
Tuesday and Wednesday – 10 am – 6 pm
Thursday – Monday – 7 am – 7 pm
Corporal massage – 45 cucs (1 hr)
Partial massage – 25 cucs ( 30 minutes)
Partial massage with stones – 30 cucs ( 30 minutes)
Facial massage – 15 cucs (20 minutes)
Sauna – 10 cucs (30 minutes
Turkish bath – 10 cucs ( 30 minutes)
Reflexology - 5 cucs
Facilitating CubArtEdu trips to Cuba programs from the US in search of new ways of looking and making art in Cuba.