Habaguanex El Comendador

Habaguanex El Comendador

This comfortable little hotel, which shares some facilities with the adjoining Hostal Valencia, is housed in an eighteenth century building which belonged to the family of Don Pedro Regalado Pedroso y Zayas, who was a ‘Comendador de la Orden de Isabel la Católica’. The Hostal Valencia has become so popular that it is often frustratingly fully booked, but the Comendador is, if anything, even better, and certainly quieter, although it is slightly more expensive.


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El Comendador - Double Room

The Comendador, unique for the intimacy and silence of its inner spaces, is the ideal spot for seclusion and meditation. Its architecture resembles the city’s older Spanish-Muslim houses, with a bent entrance on one of its sides. The house, in a privileged spot thanks to its proximity to Arms Square and San Francisco Square, receives the sea breeze blowing in from the port, visible from the balconies of its comfortable rooms. The Hostal Comendador has a tavern called Onda, named after a region in Spain, that evoques a countryside tavern and serves man

El Comendador - Single Room

The Comendador, unique for the intimacy and silence of its inner spaces, is the ideal spot for seclusion and meditation. Its architecture resembles the city’s older Spanish-Muslim houses, with a bent entrance on one of its sides. The house, in a privileged spot thanks to its proximity to Arms Square and San Francisco Square, receives the sea breeze blowing in from the port, visible from the balconies of its comfortable rooms. The Hostal Comendador has a tavern called Onda, named after a region in Spain, that evoques a countryside tavern and serves many different variations of the typical Spanish tapas and exquisite wines. Prices per room / Breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 1 adult + 2 children

El Comendador - Triple Room

The Comendador, unique for the intimacy and silence of its inner spaces, is the ideal spot for seclusion and meditation. Its architecture resembles the city’s older Spanish-Muslim houses, with a bent entrance on one of its sides. The house, in a privileged spot thanks to its proximity to Arms Square and San Francisco Square, receives the sea breeze blowing in from the port, visible from the balconies of its comfortable rooms. The Hostal Comendador has a tavern called Onda, named after a region in Spain, that evoques a countryside tavern and serves many different variations of the typical Spanish tapas and exquisite wines. Prices per room / Breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 3 adults

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