Fantastic Daiquiri with outstanding Ambience. Love the whole experience. Fabulous decorations and wonderful live band performance. Yes you can get Daiquiri for half the cost but for me personally worth every penny .
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Mass production tourist trap. The bar staff are very nice and the daiquris ok but there is nothing which is cool about this place. drinks are better and cheaper elsewhere, expensive at 6 CUC a pop.
This place makes a huge fuss in Havana and the reviews do the same as well. But unfortunately nothing is as good as it's described. The restaurant is old and dirty, we went there for dinner with big expectations and ended up very disappointed as...More
Very touristic, very popular and very crowded, everyone wants to taste this famous Hemingway's daiquiri. And what is now in Havana related to Hemingway, becomes very expensive and very touristic. The famous daiquiri is good but too expensive (6 CUC) for such cocktail, you need...More
Lovely food - the Lobster is to die for. Service was fabulous and the Cuban band in the bar made for a wonderful atmosphere. A favourite go to place in Havana
This bar has a great atmosphere with live music a real vibe serves great Hemingway Daiquiri although a little overprices compared to the less touristy bars. has a statue of Hemingway at the bar for great selfies / photo's. A must visit place is situated...More
We were on a day trip to Havana and our tour included lunch at Restaurante Floridita! Beautiful architecture in this hotel. Food was good and staff was courteous. I would love to come back to stay at this hotel and learn more about it,
We went to Havana for two days and after sampling this bar on the first day, we had to go back again. The atmosphere is electric, live music and people soaking up the Havana vibe is just out of this world, hemmingway tucked up in...More
Hemingway has created a mystique around numerous Havana bars. At one end of La Calle Obispo is El Floridita, one of his legendary haunts. He developed quite the taste for daiquiris there. El Floridita claims to have perfected the recipe and calls itself the "cradle...More