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Hotel Haya, along vibrant 7th Avenue in Ybor City, offers contemporary design, a private courtyard pool serving up relaxation and cocktails, upscale dining with coastal inspired décor and menus, and a quintessential café as part of a fully realized guest experience.
In the historic heart of Ybor City, Hotel Haya blends the spirit of the neighborhood’s multigenerational, multicultural creativity with exceptional contemporary design and world-class hospitality.
Ybor City bloomed as a cigar-making capital. It flourished as a place where cultures and people came together in crafstmanship and community. Today, we celebrate all the future chapters of this quaint and vibrant Tampa neighborhood
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"Flor Fina, the hotel’s upscale Latin restaurant and cocktail bar, is outfitted with sultry velvet booths, which lend the space an intimate feel, despite the yawning floor plan. The decor evokes a Cuban social club from the 1950s — it’s hard to tell where the lounge ends and the restaurants begins."
"Hotel Haya embodies everything special about Ybor City: exuberant Cuban, Italian, and Spanish influences. On a downtown street teeming with history, the project fuses two historic buildings with integrated new build construction: the ornate Las Novedades building, Tampa’s oldest restaurant built in 1890 and the Warren Building, where Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders are rumored to have haunted."