Casa Carlos and Graciela is located two blocks from Obispo Street, one of Old Havana’s busiest streets.
On Obispo Street you’ll stroll past plenty of bars and restaurants that host live music performances. Old Havana is also where you’ll find the Museum of Fine Arts, where you can see works by influential Cuban artists as well as a gallery devoted to international artists. You’ll also see lots of picturesque historic buildings left behind by the Spanish, and notable buildings like the former President's Palace, which now houses the Museum of the Revolution. Along the waterfront in of the nearby Vedado neighborhood you can get an idea of everyday life in Cuba as you stroll down the Malecón boardwalk.
This casa offers guests a spacious and comfortable independent apartment. It has two bedrooms — one with a single bed and one with a double. Both rooms have air-conditioning. You’ll have access to cold and hot water in the bathroom.
There is a shady terrace with lots of plants, and a balcony that has lounge furniture and view of the street. The communal living area overlooks the street, and comes with bohemian furnishings that including a hammock. You’ll also have access to the kitchen with a refrigerator and a stove, as well as a countertop dining area.
You can ask your hosts to provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner during your stay for an extra charge. They can also offer laundry service.
Bedrooms: 2, 2 Queen beds
1 Queen bed
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