Double bedroom, bathroom en suite
Air conditioner, minibar, safe
Views of the city and the ocean
Clean linen , towels and daily cleaning.
Soap, shampoo and gell
I have been in the hospitality business for more than 25 years. I speak English.
I can provide information about where to go in the city: historical landmarks, cultural offers, restaurants, bars, etc. I can also put you in contact with a guide if you were to require his services.
I also offer information about lodging outside Havana.
I can accomodated almost 9 guests
Sunny and comfortable sitting room with a glass-fronted wraparound terrace that soaks up 270 degrees of Havana and a stunning ocean panoramic view.
Interakcija s gostima
Marta, your hostess, is well informed, English speaking with more than 18 years in the business; excellent tips on tourist sightseeing and daily life.
When you go to Old Havana you should visit its four squares: Arm Square, with the Palace of the General Captain and the Palace of the Second Corporal; Saint Francis Square, with Saint Francis church and the Commerce Guild building; Old Square, with its fountain and its 17th century restored houses, and Cathedral Square, with the cathedral and the palaces that surround it. You should not miss the chance of visiting at least one of the city fortresses, built between the second half of the 16th century and the 18th century.
It would also be a good idea to visit the Capitol, the Barcadí Building, the Museum of Fine Arts and the former Presidential Palace, currently the Museum of the Revolution.
In Vedado you should go to the National Hotel, built in the 30s, with its beautiful interior and inviting patio. The University of Havana is another place you should not miss as is the Revolution Square.
23 avenue, from the sea to L street, is popularly known as “La Rampa”
(the Ramp). There you would not only see some wonderful examples of art deco, but you can also see “el Pabellón Cuba” and Coppelia, an ice cream shop and a favorite of the public, two of the most interesting projects built after 1959. The third of these projects is “la Escuela Nacional de Arte”, an art school located in Miramar which probably is the most daring, experimental piece of architecture ever attempted in Cuba by the Revolution.
There is an somocking area
Pets are not allowe
December 15 from January 15 the minimal stay is 3 nights
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Marta has degrees in Sociology and International Relations from the University of Havana and worked in diplomatic services for more than 20 years in Western and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. She has traveled extensively throughout Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Germany, Spain and the U.S. Fluent in English, Marta has been retired for over 20 years and attends graciously to her bed and breakfast guests from around the world who come to visit the beautiful city of Havana.