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The Telegraph Hotel belongs to the tourism chain Habaguanex SA, its employees speak several languages dominate the English language. Among its main attractions is its Restaurant (12:00 to 22:30), the Snack Bar (24 hours) and portal (from 12:00 to 22 hours), where you can taste delicious dishes in the kitchen accompanied international snacks and traditional Cuban cocktails. In all the restaurant offers breakfast from 7:00 to 10:30 am, you can enjoy a Musical accompaniment.
The Hotel has participated in important cultural activities developed in the country giving accommodation to international personalities who have attended to, activities such as the Book Fair, The Fair of Havana, The Golden Boleros Festival, Jazz Festival, Congress of Psychiatry, group of painters and exhibition organizers "Toxic Landscapes" held at the National Library José Martí.
Reviews: Hotel Telégrafo
-hotel was closedBojana - Jan 15, 2020
We booked a room in hotel Telegrafo , but when we came to check -in ,they informed us that there is no water in hotel and then they moved us to hotel Sevilla. There they gave us a room at first floor , with a view to some wall and garbage, next to elevator for employees. They said they are fully-booked and that was the only free room. We didn't want to complain at first because we were staying only one night, but when we came back to hotel after evening walk - we noticed that we didn't have remote for TV , asked for - the lady came with a remote which doesn't fit, and after that they offered us to change a room ( it was about midnight ! ) . It was to late for us to move somewhere , but it was mistake - about 6am , employees started to use elevator.. I need to mention it's elevator in Cuba - old more than 60 years, which was so loud that I couldn't sleep anymore ( and generally I don't have problem with sleeping.. ) . For money we paid for one night - I think we deserved to have a opportunity to sleep normal. Food in buffet restaurant and don't want even to comment...
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