Okay, so we booked it because of the food. When we see the words "best in Cuba" we're not going to pass it up easily. So we fought our way past the casa ladies at the bus stop (even passing up the one that said she's also a profesora de sexo) and made it before anyone could grab the terrace room. They're installing a pool in the back, but the construction didn't detract from our stay since we were on the same siesta schedule as the workers. So, yes, Juana's (and mama's) dinners were the standards by which we judged all subsequent meals on our month-long Cuba trip. Always fresh and hot and piled high, the food lived up to all expectations. And the mojitos weren't half bad either. We ate dinner at home every night, and happily gobbled up breakfast every morning (with all the Viñales walks we did, we needed the calories). The biggest disappointment was having to leave. Aww.