This house in one of the most central areas in Havana. We offer you 4 beautiful rooms. In each room there is an extra big bed and a private bathroom a refrigerator (minibar). Built in 1913. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinners boasting 'haute cuisine' mixed with family tradition.
Vedado is the downtown and a vibrant neighbourhood in the city of Havana, Cuba. Bordered on the east by Central Havana, and on the west by the Miramar/Playa district.
The main street running east to west is Calle 23, also known as 'La Rampa'. The northern edge of the district is the waterfront breakwater known as the Malecón, a famous and popular place for social gatherings in the city. Vedado is part of the municipality Plaza de la Revolucion. Latin America’s best-preserved colonial city, Havana is one of the oldest, grandest and safest cities in the Americas, and packs a cultural punch well beyond its size and certainly beyond its economic status.
Centuries of Spanish and African interaction have made it a hotbed of culture and the vibrancy of Cuban music and dance alone make it worth the trip.
Cuba is home to some of the most spectacular architecture in the Americas. With a Spanish colonial legacy dating back to the 16th century, Havana is graced with hundreds of magnificent structures: El Morro castle at the gates of the harbour; the Cathedral of San Cristobal; the Grand Theater; El Capitolio, modelled after the U.S. Capitol Building, to name just a few.
It also boasts an array of splendid 20th century buildings in a range of styles - Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Catalan Modernismo, and more. These are far more numerous than the colonial structures, but are often overlooked when it comes to preservation, because they are scattered all over the city.
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This page was last updated: 23 July 2013