Casa 1932 offers you the chance to travel through time, taking you back to the 30`s in Havana today. It is comfortable, secure and is only 50 meters far from the Havana seawall "Malecón Habanero", which is one of the symbols of our city. We can´t wait for you to visit. We are very close to La Habana Vieja (oldest part) and Vedado (the newest).
Welcome to Casa 1932... a B&B that transports you some 80 years back in time to the glam Havana of old. Here, in this antique-filled oasis, the strains of jazz drift through from the beautiful front room (full of so many fascinating curios most museums would be envious) to a central courtyard where a fountain burbles and on again into the three comfortable rooms. The little touches in the bedrooms show the experience of the host: radios, clocks, safe boxes and voluminous wardrobes, along with private bathrooms and air-conditioning. But these are by no means even the best things about Casa 1932. Yes, you could spend the whole day looking at the 1930s-era furniture and ornaments, from old books on Art Deco architecture to gramophones and the gambling chips from Cuba´s last-ever operating casino in the 1950s. But what sets this serene retreat apart is the quality of service provided by the hosts. Luis Miguel is a mine of information about Havana, particularly where architecture is concerned (just ask him about the Art Deco tours he runs). Yet you could easily while away a day or two in Havana in Casa 1932 alone, such is the friendliness of the family you´ll be staying with.
Room 1: (Colonial Decoration)
Room 2: (Luis XV Decoration )
Room 3: (Tiny Room)
Personal attention. This makes our B&B different.
Language spoken: Spanish, English and Italian.
Daily housekeeping service.
Unlimited supply of fresh drinking water.
Internet Service: Our house is very close to the Deauville Hotel where you have internet service.
Parking. Supervised parking (24 hours / day) is available nearby.
Cuba is and outstanding touristic destination. A unique people and culture with the traditions of Europe and Africa and the flavor of Caribbean. Traveling through the island will be a unique experience, especially when you share this adventure with a real Cuban family in the small bed and breakfasts, also known as "casa particular", is the opportunity to live it. Our B&B Casa Habana 1932 is proud of keeping a highly personalized service to customers. In the very heart of Havana you can start your journey by walking through Old Havana to Vedado, due to our rivileged location put us between these key places.
The list of B&B in Havana is for sure large, so be a witness of traveler's reviews about Casa Habana 1932 because you deserve your lodging covers all you expectations.
Havana is the capital of Cuba, founded by Pánfilo de Narváez in 1514. Around Almendares river and Havana bay where were settled several houses in short time. At 16 November 1519 was official the creation of San Cristobal de la Habana.
It Joins Centro Habana with Old Havana. It Is a very picturesque park full of people during the day. Bronze lions and marble bench are characteristics of this boulevard.
Guarding Havana bay was in the pass a crucial defense of the city, together with the large Castillo de Los Tres Reyes del Morro at the other side of the bay.
Placed at Industria and Dragones streets is one of the most famous Cuban cigar's factories. Open Monday to Saturday 9am - 5pm. A 45 min. tour is offered every day. The factory has a cigar store, price is a little bit high but those you buy at the street to hustlers are mostly sure fake, made by low quality tobacco.
A top place in Central Habana. From Castillo de La Punta at the top end of the Prado, 3 miles (5 km) drives Havana's main artery. At weekends Hundreds of Cubans gather here, have some rum, chat, sing and dance.
It's at Av. Italia between Concordia and Neptuno. It's one of Cuban top night clubs. The best Cuban musicians play here. The best place for enjoying Cuban salsa and having a great night.
Located at Paseo de Martí (Prado) and San Rafael, its open from 9am to 6pm and Sundays up to 3 pm, the theatre is a mixture of influences and was designed by the Belgian architect Paul Belau. This place is temporaly closed at this time.
Your trip will be much better if we know some tips in advance. We are a multicultural, multiracial and plural religious people. Cuban people love music, dancing and talking. In general we are very friendly. We advise the following tips: not changing money from strange, not buying tobacco but in official store, not to drink water but from sealed bottle or previously boiled, leave your passport at home and use a photocopy for walking, and most important enjoy your trip.