Hostal Luz 115 is a house from the colonial era of the early nineteenth century, its construction date is 1840.
For several years until 2014 this place was a private rental house for foreigners in Old Havana identified with the name of its former owners Maritza and Ramón.
Today after a great restoration, remodeling and expansion became a Colonial Hostel, recovering the beginnings of its construction in the nineteenth century.
The name of its current owners are Miladys Borges and John Acosta.
Carrara marble floors, large wrought iron windows with period figures, wooden beams ceilings, stained glass windows and a courtyard in the center of the house with a colonial well surrounded by natural plants, also has 2 large terraces in the Roof of the house with tables and chairs to read, rest and take an exquisite Creole mojito after a walk through the center of the city.
The house offers bar service, lunch and exclusive dinner for guests.
The telephone service is free.
The room has a safe, umbrella, private bathroom and is heated.
The house has current of 110 and 220 volts.
Located in the Historic Center of Old Havana, 2 blocks from the Plaza Vieja, 2 blocks from the Alameda de Paula, 4 blocks from Plaza San Francisco de Asis and 6 blocks from the National Capitol, is submerged between Palacios, Parks, walls, churches and convents that distinguished ancient Havana and for which today is one of the architectural wonders of our America.