The move will make the popular area for tourists and young people into the largest hotspot on the island.
Only about 5% of Cubans enjoy web access at home and the government still heavily restricts content, although many social media sites are available.
Since last year the government has installed dozens of wi-fi hotspots in public areas, charging $2 an hour.
Although the price of wi-fi access in public places has recently dropped, it is still prohibitive for the vast majority of Cubans. The average state salary remains about $25 (£19) a month.