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I stayed here for 3 days-2 nights just last week (June 13-15, 2017). I wanted to stay longer because I enjoyed the hosts so much! Ramses and Hetty (the owners' son and daughter-in-law) are the nicest people, and they really went out of their way...More
Friendly family run hotel, would definitely stay there again! They put themselves out to make our stay not only in their hotel but in Cuba as enjoyable and comfortable as possible! Also it was nice, clean and fairly well positioned.
I liked casa a lot. Very nice and friendly people live there.
I stayed there 5 nights with my girlfriend.
Position is near Plaza de la Revolucion.
To Malecon needs about 20 min walking.
They offer you breakfast if you want.
I stayed at Casa M'Aloja in December based off of a friend's recommendation. I was treated really wonderfully as a woman traveling by myself. At the time, the hosts were visiting family elsewhere so I got the pleasure of meeting their son and daughter-in-law who...More
We stayed at Casa Maloja for 11 days all together and we truly felt like being home. Our 2 years old son was more than happy with his “new family”. Esperanza and Ramses are wonderful people, they provide everything you need, always help with necessary...More
I am arriving in Havana on the evening of 1st April and need a room for one night for one person.
Can you help? If so, please advise price.
March 16, 2016|
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Casa m'aloja is great. They have a large bedroom with two beds you can use. I believe the rate was 25 CUC. The cab there was like 20CUC. They are a bit of a walk from old Havana. But it's a cool walk to see the differences... More
Casa m'aloja is great. They have a large bedroom with two beds you can use. I believe the rate was 25 CUC. The cab there was like 20CUC. They are a bit of a walk from old Havana. But it's a cool walk to see the differences in neighborhoods. They also have connections all over Cuba. Internet is scarce and hard to come by. Sometimes they'll run out of internet cards at the cell phone places.
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