Hotel Parque Central Rooms, with fabulous views of Old Havana
Very comfortable and roomy with a soft one carpeted, comfortable upholstered seats, double glasses that provide an escape to the high levels of noise, wooden furniture of classic style and a well designed illumination characterize to the rooms of the Hotel Parque Central, almost all have a fabulous view to the Parque Central, the famous Walk of the Grassland and to the buildings with Baroque style and Rococo that surround it.
The Hotel Parque Central has 277 rooms divided in Standard 234 Double Rooms, 13 Superior Rooms, 11 Junior Suite, 12 Suites, 6 Master Suite and 1 Presidential Suite.
The Junior Suites in the Hotel Parque Central follows the same stylistic lines that the rooms standard and the superior rooms, but they have an area of being quite big and two French windows with excellent views of the Walk of the Grassland or of the Parque Central. The area of the bedroom has little privacy regarding the area of being for what these rooms are not ideal for meetings of business. The bathrooms are big with double lavamanos in a marble support.
The Suites Master in the Parque Central is those that can be used for parties, meetings, etc. without the companies or the partners feel that you have invited them to your bedroom. The Suites consist on three separate rooms. An attractive living room very near the door with their bathroom for companies. Then it is the room to have dinner or meetings that it includes a desk in the furniture to take place. To the great bedroom one enters through a separate door and you is luxuriously equipped with a floral green carpet, furniture of classic style and the covered window by curtains. The bathrooms are tiled blank, beige and dark red marble, with the area of the bathroom and of the toilet separated from the double lavamanos and the shower.
The Presidential room in the Parque Central is magnificent. With their privileged position above the park has a wonderful view of the noble facades of the surroundings, the exquisite brass goddesses that crown the towers of the Great Theater of Havana and the imposing vault of the Capitol. The vast drawing of the room opens up with a series of French windows on its own balcony that opens up toward the right of the center of the building. The library and the office/meeting place have some well equipped booksellers and the room finds out it equips with old furniture and silk curtains and elegant brocades. He/she also has an area to use as wardrobe and a room of enormous bathroom with a Jacuzzi