National Hotel of Cuba. Hotel flagship of the Cuban hotel industry. Located on a hill a few meters from the sea in the most central area of Havana. It has preserved for eight decades all the splendor of its eclectic architecture, Art Deco and Moorish. The cannons that integrated the old Battery of Santa Clara, that today are exhibited in its garden, were declared Patrimony of the Humanity in 1998. To this Hotel the condition of National Monument has been granted to him, also the one of Hotel Museum, declared in the 2001. Appears inscribed in the "Memory of the World" Registry. Some celebs has stayed in this Hotel. In the 30s, were guests of the hotel: Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan), Edward VIII (Prince of Wales), Jack Dempsey, Tom Mix, José Mujica, Buster Keaton, Errol Flynn, and Santos Trafficante Mafia (father) and Meyer Lansky, who then coordinated its future business of casinos. In February 1946 Mr. Winston Churchill, was received here invited by the Cuban goverment. The list grows, in the Celebs Bar of the Hotel you can find record of all of the personalities that spent some part of the history at this hotel.