entre Empedrado y Tejadillo
Havana Old Quarter
Emilio, a retired dentist and university professor, rents two tastefully decorated rooms in his art laden colonial casa. The rooms are very clean and comfy, the living quarters are both beautiful and comfortable, and the roof terrace is a delight. With his decent grasp of English, Emilio will happily point you towards the multitude of Old Havana's historical treats on the doorstep of your casa particular.
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Average user rating from: 6 user(s)
Average user rating from: 6 user(s)
Reviewed by Olivia Hood October 13, 2012
An exceptionally beautiful colonial casa; we couldn't believe our luck.
Casa Havana is set on a quiet but incredibly beautiful street right in the centre of the Old Town.
Reviewed by Igor June 16, 2012
Last updated: June 21, 2012
Calle Habana 209, piso 2
great place, feels like you are in "Four Seasons" in Florence (no joke), great food, very friendly and nice to deal with people (young and progressive), excellent location - just between the Obispo/ Old Havana and Capitol, two thumbs up - don't think twice when booking the place, it's all round a great casa particular in Old Havana
Reviewed by Roger Gregory March 31, 2012
Last updated: March 31, 2012
Walking into this casa particular for the first time was such a thrill. The beautiful furniture, the warm greeting from our host and then wandering up onto the rooftop terrace - it was spectacular.
Reviewed by Matt Sweden March 19, 2012
Last updated: March 20, 2012
Great casa particular
This is a great casa particular in Havana - very efficiently run and still with enough charm to feel like a genuine Cuban experience. The food here stands up to the best you will find in local restaurants - the mains were among the best we had (love the fried plantain) and breakfast was simple and reasonably priced. It was great to have everything laid out up front in terms of cost and how things work and the staff were on the whole very friendly and helpful. It's a little closer to a hostel in style than some of the other casas (I think there are 8 or 9 rooms total here), which is both good and bad - I think it is much more efficient for that, and the stay felt effortless, but you do lose a small element of that intimacy of being in someone's home. For me it was a great balance and I liked the slightly more social aspect of bumping into other travellers from time to time.
Reviewed by Leunam February 29, 2012
Last updated: February 29, 2012
This is a good accommodation for any person that expects the best from their casa particular: great roof terrace, food and very nice rooms! The best way to know this is true is by being their guest. I also really like the CubaCasa website! Good work and good houses!
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