Room price is for the entire room, regardless of number of guests occupying it and refers to low season. The final price will be communicated via email upon room confirmation.
  • HAV105 Room 1 - Double room with private bathroom

    HAV105 Room 1 - Double room with private bathroom

    Double room with 1 double bed. Private bathroom with shower & hot water

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Clean bedsheets and towels, Electricity 220V, Fan, Fridge, Panoramic view, Private Bathroom

    Low season rate: 30€  –  High season rate: 35€

  • HAV105 Room 2 - Triple room with private bathroom

    HAV105 Room 2 - Triple room with private bathroom

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Clean bedsheets and towels, Electricity 220V, Fan, Fridge, Pre-payment available, Private Bathroom

    Low season rate: 30€  –  High season rate: 30€



Apartment located on the 7th floor with elevator and a wonderful panoramic view of La Habana, El Morro and La Punta Castles, Malecon and Old Havana.

Rooms with sea view, air conditioning, fan, freezer and private bathrooms with shower and hot water.

The apartment also has living room with T.V set and phone, dining room and terrace with city view.

It’s located in Paseo del Prado, one of the most beautiful Old Havana avenue, 100 m far from La Punta Castle, 900 m from Capitolio and 800 m from the Cathedral.

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Cancellation must be made at least 7 days before check-in date, by email
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Payment types

Only cash local currency CUC


Parking with payment is available on the street


  • (E) = Extra service
  • Cuban friends welcome
  • Domestic telephone landline
  • Gay friendly
  • House with TV
  • Ideal for families
  • Laundry service (E)
  • Panoramic view
  • Taxi booking
  • Terrace
  • Wheelchairs friendly

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la Habana Vieja

la Habana Vieja

Cuba, a former village of San Cristobal de La Habana, was also known as the Fortress City of Key West Indies and New World up to the present time with its historic center a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. ,

The heart of the old city is in the so-called Plaza de Armas, whose location is linked to the tradition of the first council meeting held on November 16 under a leafy ceiba, near the coast, ceremony came to this day. ,

His system of fortresses, iconic Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro, spanned nine large buildings to form -a say the experts the most remarkable set of its kind in Spanish America. ,

About 140 of the buildings located in the historic center of the capital have an origin dating back to the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, another 200 to 460 XVIII and XIX to and forming a full mix of appealing to the tastes more demanding. ,

Many places are located in the geography of Havana, with special mention to those known as de Armas, the Cathedral, called Plaza Vieja and San Francisco de Asis, the latter near the church and the convent of the same name. ,

The first one is considered the heart of the ancient city, because from the very beginning of the expansion of the then town of San Cristobal de La Habana. ,

Century old also retains distinctive features such as the famous Paseo del Prado and Alameda de Paula known, the latter built in the second half of the eighteenth century, both sites traffic bound for the capital’s residents of those times. ,

Developing formerly called Havana led to the implementation of large construction projects, one of which ended in the emergence of the Alameda de Paula, the oldest ride from the capital of the island. ,

Once demolished the walls of Havana around 1863, action caused by the air of the city expansion that lived in those times, the extramural growth gained momentum under the significant influence of the most diverse architectural trends. ,

In the spaces of the city come together representing buildings from the Renaissance to Art Deco, through the Mudejar, baroque, neoclassicism, eclecticism, art nouveau and Cuban Baroque. ,

The culmination of the latter is shown in the Palace of the General Captains, with a facade dominated by a dozen columns that form large stands, and a front street that preserves the original structure of wood paving. ,

For those who venture through the maze of streets and alleys of the old part of Havana, is present a network of small buildings that feature behind a facade which seems hhaberse stopped time with all the amenities of modern tourism. ,

As a general feature, visitors are attracted by the numerous conditions that facilitate relaxation, supported by the tranquility of small and comfortable lounges, with courtyards full of vegetation and occasional source of clear water. ,

Beside the common features, each of these establishments holds its peculiarities, aimed at specific to certain segments of tourists. ,

As an example, we have the case of Awning, which meets three houses of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries as trademark has its own kitchen in 17 rooms for those who prefer to prepare their own food. ,

Lovers of good Cuban snuff preferably have their place in the Conde de Villanueva, former mansion of that illustrious nobleman, while El Comendador remembers the position that Cuba had as key to the Gulf at the time of the colony, with an atmosphere allegorical sailor to that stage.

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