Everything you read on here is true, the food is excellent (we ate breakfast and dinner in the casa every day) and the service is faultless. Brian and his team make everything as comfortable as possible. The room was cleaned daily and was the best room we had our entire trip, with plenty of space and privacy but still nice and quiet. Brian organised our other two casas in Vinales and Trinidad and both of those were perfect also. He will assist you with taxis and buses and suggest things to see and do, places to eat, etc. He really cares about his guests and tries his best. We loved the location as you have the Malecon at the end of the street for a beer at sunset, the Hop On/Hop Off tourist bus is within walking distance and there's plenty of cool places nearby (a theatre, an art space/gallery, a cool cafe/book shop called 'Cuba Libro' and a lovely restaurant 'Juana Cubana' - do a cooking lesson with the chef!) You can also simply stroll around and marvel at the architecture as we often did. Thank you so much Brian for making two world-weary travellers feel so at home, we will definitely recommend you to everyone who goes to Havana!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Airy 1940's apartment, just 2 blocks from El Malecon and the restaurant 1830. Two bedrooms share one bathroom and one bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. The host of the apartment, Brian Rangel, is also the chef, should you decide to dine there. ... more less