The 5 best places to sleep in a casa particular

1) Casa Alina

A beautiful three-bedroom house. All rooms have a private shower and toilet. Enjoy a wonderful breakfast with a lot of fresh fruit in the nicely decorated living room where you are surrounded by books, a piano and art. End your breakfast with a cafecito in the rocking chairs on the front patio.

interior of Casa Alina Havana

Calle E no 562, entre 23 y 25, Vedado

+53 5258 7544

2) Casa Amada Malecón

Comfortable and basic clean rooms with a private bathroom, fridge and air conditioning. Delicious and copious breakfast in a cosy space with a view of the Malecón. An extremely friendly service in a top-notch location. Enjoy some artist spotting over breakfast.

living area at the Casa Amada Malecon

Calzada no 55, entre M y N, Vedado

+53 5296 7768

3) Casa Alta

This newly-renovated, family-owned casa particular has six bedrooms and is located near Plaza Vieja. Enjoy stunning views of Havana from the rooftop terrace. Spacious, modern yet charming rooms that feel like home. A delicious and copious Cuban breakfast is served.

interior of room at Casa Alta

San Ignacio no 412, apartamento 2 entre Sol y Muralla, Habana Vieja

+53 5341 4873

4) Casa Señora Tania

Two large, comfortable rooms under the roof of a magnificent house, opposite Starbien, one of the finest paladars in the Vedado. Don’t forget to admire the lovely details in the balcony. Excellent breakfast with the best guava batido you will find in Havana. If you don’t know where to spend your evening, ask because here they always know where you should go.

a room at Casa Señora Tania

Calle 29 entre B y C, Vedado

+53 7835 3652

5) Studio Gisel

If you want to act like a local or like someone who’s really living here, you can rent this practical, very well equipped, air conditioned studio that is part of a house but has a separate entrance. Breakfast is served in the house. An excellent option.

Calle 22 no 116, entre 1ra y 3ra, Miramar

+53 5267 9427


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