San Antonio's Hotel Havana sizzles with fun

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Hotel Havana in San Antonio’s lush Riverwalk neighborhood was originally built in 1916 by a grocer to house his buyers. It reopened as a boutique Bunkhouse hotel in 2010 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The property’s architecture and decor is a mix of Mediterranean Revival and Spanish Colonial.
There are 27 unique guest rooms, and the Ocho bar is a popular location for meetings and events.
Hotel Havana recently launched a partnership with San Antonio B-cycle, offering a 24-hour day pass for guests. One of the 52 local docking stations is located directly outside the hotel.