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Adrián & Tonia
This attractive casa would stand out in any city, let alone Manzanillo. The position, on the terracotta staircase to the Celia Sánchez monument, obviously helps...
Plush facilities and sharp service theme what must be one of Cuba's most professionally run casas particulares...
Bella Perla Marina
In the throes of an ambitious renovation at the time of research, proprietor Waldo has added a stunning rooftop suite to his established two rooms and, in the process, might have invented Cuba’s first ‘boutique’ casa particular...
Suspend your judgment on Varadero’s tallest and most architecturally unsubtle resort...
The charismatic Luis Miguel is an art deco fanatic who offers his house as both comfy private homestay and museum to the 1930s when his preferred architectural style was in vogue...
Casa Colonial – José Antonio Mesa
Pinar del Río
Loads of space and an improvised Jacuzzi in the backyard. Not surprisingly José is a Pinar stalwart and his two rooms and lovely communal living spaces are perennially popular.
Casa De Maira
Ciego de Ávila
It's refreshing to see a dueña (proprietress) prioritizing quality over quantity. There's space for two rooms here but instead you have one neat upstairs apartment with a kitchen and two terraces; airport pick-up by request.
Casa Muñoz – Julio & Rosa
Julio is an accomplished published photographer who runs workshops and courses out of his stunning colonial home on documentary photography, religion and life in Cuba's new economic reality (see the website for details)...
A Caribbean beach fantasy awaits you in this fine house whose rustic front terrace is practically diving distance from the sea. The sinuous beach here, backed by crooked palms, is gorgeous and the food (crab and lobster) is fantastically fresh...
This time-warped city center hotel classic dates from 1939. A haughty pre-revolutionary atmosphere stalks the 72 clean rooms reached by a marble staircase or ancient lift replete with cap-doffing attendants...
Hospedaje Los Sauces
Even Soroa’s orquideario (orchid farm) might seem underwhelming after a stay at this vibrant bungalow, 5km south of the hotel and hiding inside a garden lined with fruit trees and flowers...
A veritable oasis from the dusty streets and careening horse carts, this is easily the best option in town: a gay-friendly house abutting a serene, secure courtyard and boasting a Jacuzzi too...
With a front door large enough to ride an elephant through, this handsome blue house dating from the 1890s is a veritable palace with original tiled floors, an antique wooden spiral staircase and four castle-sized rooms set around a spacious alfresco ...
Hostal Conde De Villanueva
If you want to splash out on one night of luxury in Havana, check out this highly lauded colonial gem...
Hostal Del Rijo
Even committed casa particular fans will have trouble resisting this meticulously restored 1818 mansion situated on quiet (until the Casa de la Trova opens) Plaza Honorato...
Hostal Florida Center
The Florida gives the Museo de Artes Decorativas a run for its money on the antiques front and could probably steal the limelight from most of Cuba's botanical gardens with its lush central patio stuffed with rare orchids, ferns, birds and a tortoise...
In Hostal Ida – as in most of Cárdenas – the beauty is within. Don’t let the tatty street setting put you off...
The first house on the road to Cienfuegos is also the village's premier casa...
Julio Roque is a pediatrician who, along with his wife Elsa, has expanded his former two-room casa particular into a growing web of accommodations...
Hostal San Basilio
Santiago de Cuba
Lovely eight-room San Basilio (named for the original name of the street in which it lies) is cozy, comfortable and refreshingly contemporary – with a romantic colonial setting...
At last Las Tunas gets a hotel that doesn't give you flashbacks to the Khrushchev and Brezhnev years...
South of Nueva Gerona
The Colony, 46km southwest of Nueva Gerona, originated in 1958 as part of the Hilton chain, but was confiscated by the revolutionary government before it began operating...
Hotel El Castillo
You could recline like a colonial-era conquistador in this historic place housed in the hilltop Castillo de Seboruco, except that conquistadors didn't have access to swimming pools, satellite TV or a room maid who folds towels into ships, swans and th...
Hotel Iberostar Parque Central
If you have a penchant for hanging out in expensive five-star hotel lobbies sipping mojitos, the Parque Central could fill a vacuum. Reserving a room is another (more expensive) matter...