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The warren-like floor plan is due to the hotel being composed of three restored Havana mansions dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
There are two courtyards; one with tables for breakfast or drinks with a large and slightly overpowering mural of colonial architecture, the other full of marvelously bushy ferns and a Yagruma tree whose vast leaves occasionally crash to the ground, startling unsuspecting bystanders.
The entrance hall has tall windows, traditional colonial window grilles and fanlights, high ceilings and positively chintzy armchairs and is decorated with paintings by local artists and also with bonsai trees, which hold an inexplicable fascination for Old Havana interior designers. The staff is helpful and the hotel clean and welcoming, but it is not perhaps the best.
Useful information:Other names for Hotel Tejadillo:
Del Tejadillo Boutique