Casa Lilia is a two-story house in the Vedado neighborhood. It has four nicely appointed guest rooms.
While you’re staying here you can visit some of the areas large hotels, like the National Hotel and the Habana Libre. They used to host the city’s movers and shakers, and now they offer interesting architecture and Wi-Fi signals. You can learn more about the area’s history at the Plaza de la Revolución, which has impressive landmarks honoring Cuba’s revolutionary heroes. Visit some of the area’s parks — like the Metropolitan Park and Coppelia Park — to get an idea of how Cubans spend their free time.
This house was built in 1920, and has neocolonial architecture. Your genial hosts live on the first floor of the house. Let your hosts know if you’d like them to cook any of your meals during your stay.
You will have private and secure accommodations all to yourself on the second floor. There you’ll find immaculate and air-conditioned rooms. The private bathroom has hot and cold water and the rooms have mini refrigerators. You’ll also have a minibar, and a spacious terrace with beautiful views of the city.
1 Double bed
1 Double bed
Vedado Neighborhood Things To Do
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