Villa Yanelys AAn extremely relaxing and enjoyable stay a Villa Yanelys with excellent breakfast & supper .
AGUACATEThe apartment has the perfect location to experience the charm of Old Havana, and to "feel" the Cuban Revolution; nereby the Revolution Museum and the Granma Memorial. Moreover, very nice to get to know the landlord, who assisted with very good service!
JOSE & IRINAvery clean. big volumes. calm environnement. air conditioning.
Casa SuárezJ’ai été vraiment surprise quand je suis arrivée dans l’appartement. Il est simplement parfait. Propre et sécuritaire, à quelques mètres de l’arrêt de bus, de la banque et de quelques marchés. Le propriétaire est d’une très grande gentillesse. Je le recommande sans hésiter! I was really surprised when I arrived at the apartment. It was just perfect. Clean and safe, a few meters from the bus stop, bank and some markets. The owner is a kind person. I definitely recommend this apartment. El apartamento es simplemente perfecto. Limpio y seguro, a pocos metros de la parada de autobús, bancos y algunos mercados. El propietario es una gran bondad. Sin duda, recomiendo este apartamento.
CASA MANSOA great apartment in a great neighborhood. In the apartment you can find everything you need. Well organized, comfortable to live in. In one word - excellent!
AGUACATEThe best location what can be, very nice host so highly recommended.
Havana’s history is an intriguing story that draws visitors in from all over the world. Combine its fascinating past with a rustic backdrop and you have a highly coveted city – the Caribbean’s most vivacious, in fact. The peeling streets of Havana and its traffic-heavy streets aren’t conventionally beautiful, but its pastel-painted buildings, colonial architecture, and hordes of classic cars give it a unique personality like no other city in the world. Stepping foot on the shimmering shores of Havana is akin to stepping back in time, taking a picturesque walk down memory lane with the romantic visuals to go with it: vintage cars breeze past palm trees and sprawling beaches, grandiose palaces rise above shuttered houses and wrought-iron balconies, and street-side stalls sell everything from local dishes to homemade crafts and cigars. Take a trip back in time with one of our apartments in Havana and really get to know the fascinating quirks of this city. Our collection of budget flats and affordable boutique rentals span the entire city so you can find the perfect place to stay.[See more]
Explore all that Havana has to offer and more from the comfortable base of our Havana apartments.
Havana is well-known for its rustic backdrop and fascinating history. Wandering through its pastel-perfect streets, past age-old buildings and alongside vintage cars, is like taking a trip down memory lane. Age-old traditions are still heavily held in Havana, and you can experience its colourful culture down every twist and turn.
Start your time travels by taking a tour in a vintage car. Old school cars pepper the streets of Havana, offering a postcard-style backdrop that harks back to retro eras. There are plenty of places to hire vintage cars in Havana, and it’s a great way to get out and explore the city. Be sure to hire an open-top car so you can feel the Caribbean breeze ruffle your hair as you explore.
Havana also boasts an impressive literary history. Famous writers perused its streets for many years and holed up in its many drinking hangouts. Ernest Hemingway is perhaps the most famous writer who soaked up the charm of Havana, and you can explore many of the haunts that he graced with his pen and paper. Start by popping into Floridita, a historic bar where Hemingway drank his fair share of daiquiris. Later, duck into Bodeguita del Medio, the birthplace of the Mojito, for some live music and salsa dancing.
Our Havana apartments offer the perfect way to get under the skin of the city, to explore like a local, and to discover its fascinating culture and history.
Havana is served by the Jose Marti Airport, which isn’t far from the city centre. There are a number of options for getting into town. Firstly, there’s public transport, which is great for getting to know local life but can be bothersome for tourists as you have to pay in the local currency. Otherwise, there’s a comfortable train for tourists that runs from the airport into the city centre. It’s fully air-conditioned and offers great views of the surrounding scenery as you come into the city. Lastly, you can hop in a taxi. There are plenty of taxis around, both vintage-style and modern cars, and prices a very reasonable.