As described on the hotel’s website, it was built in a modern style and unique architecture to promote it as a haven of sophistication with fresh rooms, eclectic dining, inspiring event spaces, and beautiful wellness facilities, overlooking Havana Bay.
It has 600 elegant rooms and suites that pay homage to the rich history of the Vedado neighborhood, has first class features equipped with all the comforts and services for the most demanding tourists.
Its opening, set for this Tuesday, will offer local and international options in its restaurants and bars that will become the new sensations in the city.
Grand Aston Havana proposes rejuvenation and relaxation in its Ubud Spa, the first Balinese room of its kind in Havana, as well as for meetings and events, it offers the Java, Sumatra and Bali rooms -inspired by Indonesian heritage- with capacity for 80 guests. It is also the first hotel in the Cuban capital to house a branch of Banco Financiero Internacional.
The Indonesian group Archipelago International develops an expansion strategy towards destinations in the Middle East and the Caribbean, and in Cuba it also manages the Aston Panorama (Havana), Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas (Villa Clara), and Aston Costa Verde (Holguín).