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Hostal DRobles Colonial

Escobar 161 e/ Animas y Virtudes, Havana 10200 Cuba
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#269 of 1,531 B&Bs / Inns in Havana

D Robles Havana is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Havana, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Rooms at D Robles Havana provide air conditioning.

Close to some of Havana's most popular landmarks, such as Callejon de Hamel (0.5 mi) and Paseo del Prado (0.6 mi), D Robles Havana is a great destination for tourists.

Havana has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Dona Eutimia, Habana 61, and Restaurante Paladar Cafe Laurent Habana, which are serving up some great dishes.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out El Malecon (0.8 mi) or Museo Hemingway Finca Vigia (0.9 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.

Enjoy your stay in Havana!

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Reggis Pages wrote a review Jun 2021
Havana, Cuba1 contribution
Feb. From 2016 I cannot deny that the place is well located and for its price, quite correct, but after spending a 15-day stay you see certain things that make you change your mind. Not all that glitters is gold. I understand that with 2 or 3 days, which is the normal stay, people leave delighted since their stay in the house is minimal. The first and foremost, not being able to speak freely with the workers in our house as they were being told off. They were only there to receive, serve and clean and as they understood being so long as conversations arise. They will think it is their job, of course, but in 12-hour shifts I can assure them that it gave them more than enough time to do all their work and the rest to look at the ceiling, since the TV in the room was most of the time. time without being able to see well. They were unable to bring an antenna to enjoy it. Another thing that we did not like at all was one day when we were going to cook in the other house, the reception house (I think there are 4 houses) and they told us that we had to leave the place because there was an activity of Mr. D. Robles, the boss. It is curious that having paid for certain services and stays they restrict your space. Well, our surprise was when we saw Don Robles at the door with a group of elderly foreigners, with a group of young Cuban women, entering the house. I do not accuse of anything, each one who draws the conclusions from him. I could tell more but I think it is enough and I hope that people not only stay with how beautiful it may seem and the treatment for the gallery. I think there are more important things.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: No good
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Tanja wrote a review Jan 2020
11 contributions3 helpful votes
We spent 4 night at Hostal DRobles, Accommodation in clean but small rooms, bathroom below European standards. Breakfast was acceptable, serving eggs if you requested. The surrounding area is dirty but not far from Havana Vijeha, about 20 minutes on foot.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Jinn wrote a review Aug 2019
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this place was horrible. the manager lady pulls scam for everything. You ask for collectivo(bus) to Trinidad, she charges 40 cuc, whereas the driver charges 35 cuc. Taxi to bus station, she asks for 10 cuc, and you get one from the street for 5 cuc. The list goes on and on. The place ran out of water, toilet paper, clean tower, and power while 3 day stay I was in. I thought it was just 'cuba thing'. I met people from other hostel who is paying 10 cuc, they never had that happen. No party hostel. I met with 4 other people in the hostel while I was staying. They all thought the same thing. First morning I woke up because the cleaning lady sleeping in living was so loud with a guest at 8AM. Second morning I woke up because dog were barking at 7 AM, and continue to bark till 10 am. Third morning, I woke up because of construction on one of the room at 8:30 am. The showers dont drain, water runs out and 'drips' out of facet, bathroom toilet paper is out and cleaning lady says they are out. We had no clue why this place had a such a good reviews from all over internet. I highly dont recommend it. You can get much better hostel for 10 cuc with cold water (which you have to buy every day because you cant drink from faucet), breakfast, and closer location to old havana. At night the neighborhood get dark because there is no street light and it gets very hard to find the hostel. When I came back from tour of another city, I moved to another hostel, and it was so much better. This hostel, in my opinion, is living off of wrongful reputation. Maybe it was good, but not any more.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Takerholm wrote a review Jan 2019
London, United Kingdom132 contributions60 helpful votes
This place looks good on paper but... The service isn't great (some don't speak English which I can understand but the ones who do aren't very friendly), the toilets don't flush properly some of the time, the bathroom door kept coming off its screws (!), there was lukewarmish water exactly once during our stay and the rest of the time it was completely cold and the walls are very thin. Even though the downstairs rooms seemed all to be empty when we checked in we were put in a room right next to the reception so we could hear all the noise in there. And when anyone turned on the bright reception light it got very bright in our room thanks to the partly glass doors. The room was kept pretty clean and the air con worked fine but it was very damp in there. The wifi worked pretty well for Havana. The location was pretty good although the streets around the hostel were the dirtiest I saw in Havana. This obviously isn't the hostel's fault but just something to consider since neither my friend nor I wore sandals/flipflops the whole time because we didn't want anything to get on our feet right outside the hostel the whole time we were there.
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Date of stay: January 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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greekdan wrote a review Nov 2018
London, United Kingdom141 contributions122 helpful votes
The location of this hostel is great, two blocks from the Malecón (sea wall) and 20 minutes walk from the old city. The neighbourhood is incredible - energetic, colourful, vibrant. The hostel itself consists of two fabulous old Cuban houses; the advertised building houses Reception, the common areas and private rooms, while the dorms are in another building a few doors away which is always locked and manned by a member of staff. The main building has - or had - a WiFi connection as long as you have bought an ETESCA card to access it, but this seemed to disappear and I’m not sure if it still exists. The dorms are nice with not-very-wide but comfortable beds, towels, a bathroom (only cold showers), air-conditioning - but no lockers however. There is a dog on the lower floor of the building who barks loudly at all hours which is very annoying. The breakfast is lovely and plentiful, however it is incredibly overpriced at 5 CUC (5 USD!) each day. The staff are generally fine, not unpleasant but not very warm or friendly. They could improve on their customer service. One was extremely rude and slammed the main building door in my face one evening saying she was cleaning and I had to come back in an hour?! Overall, a nice stay and I would definitely return.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hostal DRobles Colonial
Which popular attractions are close to Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Nearby attractions include Parque de los Mártires Universitarios (0.5 km) and El Barrio Chino (Chinatown) (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What food & drink options are available at Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Conveniently located restaurants include San Cristobal Paladar, La Guarida, and Casa Miglis.
Does Hostal DRobles Colonial have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hostal DRobles Colonial offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Hostal DRobles Colonial?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Square (Plaza Vieja) (1.9 km), Museo Hemingway Finca Vigia (1.5 km), and Palacio De Los Capitanes Generales (1.8 km).
Is Hostal DRobles Colonial accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.