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Casa Maricelis

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1.7km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa Maricelis offers comfortable private rooms and great location in Havana.... More...

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Casa José

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa José located in the center of Havana, in between Vedado and Habana Vieja provides accommodation with access to a garden and a terrace. A continental breakfast is available daily .... More...

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Hostal casa colonial lili

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1km from city centre - Show on Map
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Hostal casa lili is a colonial house, locate in the heart of Havana. We offers breakfasts, dinners, services of taxi and guide tourist.... More...

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Cozy Vedado Floyd Apartment

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1.8km from city centre - Show on Map
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Cozy Vedado Floyd Apartment, modern and new, is located in the center of Vedado. We offers balcony with a beautiful view and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.... More...

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Neighbours in Havana

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1.7km from city centre - Show on Map
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Neighbours in Havana is a cosy apartment for 3 people ideally located in the centre of Havana, 10 mins away from Old Havana.... More...

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Downtown Habana

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
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Downtown Habana is comfortable apartment up to 3 people in the centre of Havana. Apartment set in a charming building built in 1953.... More...

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M’ Aloja

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
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No rating 35
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M’ Aloja is a casa particular located at building's ground floor and was built in the 50s.... More...

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Casa Colonial Mayra y Enrique

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5.1km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa Colonial Mayra y Enrique is a friendly guesthouse which offers rooms for a reasonable price.... More...

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Hostal Teresa

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1.8km from city centre - Show on Map
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Hostal Teresa is a well equipped property ready to receive you in Havana.... More...

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AHT Colonial

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3km from city centre - Show on Map
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AHT Colonial, a great place if you want to be near the cultural Habana and where you can have a truly experience of living in Cuba.... More...

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Casa Alba

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa Alba is a colonial style house built in 1940. Is perfectly located in the center of Havana ideal for travelers keen to share unique experiences with authentic Cuban people.... More...

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Yellow Facade Hostel

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
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Yellow Facade Hostel located in the heart of Havana with balcony where you will see very closely the daily vibrant life of Cuban people. Offers continental or American breakfast and WiFi.... More...

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Casa de Honoris

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Casa De Honoris is in the hearth of Havana with a wonderful balcony where you can enjoy the Cuban sun also really nice and spacious room with all the equipment for a perfect stay.... More...

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Apartamentos Yary - Miramar

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Apartment Yary is located on one of the main streets of the Miramar, just to 15 minutes from Old Havana. We offers a beautiful terrace, WiFi and breakfast is available.... More...

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Aires del Mar

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1km from city centre - Show on Map
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Aires del Mar is located in the heart of Havana,a few meters away from the historic and romantic Havanan Malecon . It is the perfect place to have a memorable stay in the capital of Cuba.... More...

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Marlene Apartment

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Marlene Apartment is a cosy place at the centre of Havana for your stay in Cuba... More...

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Vedado - Saint John's

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Free Breakfast

Vedado - Saint John's hotel offers not only well equipped private accommodation but also a great location in the heart of the city.... More...

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Casa Dinorah

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa Dinorah is a Capitalist building constructed in 1952, perfectly located in the center of Havana is ideal for travelers keen to share unique experiences with Cuban people.... More...

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Casa Tamy

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1.7km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa Tamy is the perfect match for your holidays in La Havana and Cuba.... More...

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Familiar Estancia Doris y Nathy

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Familiar Estancia Doris y Nathy is the perfect match for your holidays in Havana and Cuba.... More...

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Casa Talia

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3.8km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casa Talia offers comfortable private rooms and great location in la Havana.... More...

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Casa LiLi

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Casa LiLi is a good choice for your trip to Havana... More...

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Hostal Paradisso

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Hostal Paradisso is a good choice for your trip to Cuba.... More...

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Undeniably eccentric and a product of its famous history, Havana, is one of those cities that you should experience. The capital of Cuba is iconic and sure its fortresses, cathedrals and monuments all paint a picture of its communist history, but everyone who goes to Havana learns that it’s the locals that make this city. Dancing is a way of life, so get your Salsa, Rhumba, Cha Cha Cha hips ready, to explore this Caribbean city.

Hostels in Havana are plentiful, affordable, and centrally located. They’re the best way to save some of your hard-earned cash and become immersed in Cuban culture all at the same time. Havana hostels often have dorms, but there are private rooms too, sometimes with balconies. Most importantly there are many places to mingle, with terraces, bars and pool tables a-plenty! You’ll find hostels with dance lessons, rooftop cocktails and so many within the photogenic buildings that you’ll undoubtedly snap for your Insta-feeds. You can find more info about the best hostels in Havana on our blog.

You’ll want to stay near Old Havana (Habana Vieja) for the best selection of shopping, restaurants, bars, and nightlife. You’ll also be closest to the city’s museums and four main plazas. You’ll be roaming the same streets that Ernest Hemmingway once walked, so soak up that creative inspiration. Calle Obispo is one of the main streets in Old Havana where you’ll be able to find all the essentials. A hostel near Paseo de Martí is also an ideal spot to come across local artists and sellers, bars, and restaurants.

Delving into Havana’s history is a must while in Cuba’s capital. Exploring places like Old Havana, Morro Castle, and the Museum of the Revolution will give you a glimpse of Havana’s complex past. There are many streets that are also worth wandering to get an authentic Cuban experience, start with San Rafael Street! Given Havana’s history as an important Spanish port you should definitely check out Havana Port too. Once you’re done touring around there’s no shame in taking some time to chill out on one of the beaches either, you’ve earned it.

Getting around Havana can be a bit of a mission. If you don’t want to walk or the distance is too far to cover by foot, we suggest taking a taxi. There are also buses that are useful in the city but can be crowded, hot, and confusing. Colectivos are taxis that run on long-distance, fixed routes; they leave when they’re full so be prepared for a squishy ride, but it will probably be quicker and cheaper than a bus. Bici-Taxis are quite common in Havana but can be expensive so make sure you understand the fare before hopping on. Lastly, if you’re trying to get between cities or provinces you can take a truck from a provincial or municipal bus stop with truck departures.

We have 203 hostels in Havana with an average rating of 8.8 based on 3,728 reviews 203 of 203 properties available in Havana

About Havana

Undeniably eccentric and a product of its famous history, Havana, is one of those cities that you should experience. The capital of Cuba is iconic and sure its fortresses, cathedrals and monuments all paint a picture of its communist history, but everyone who goes to Havana learns that it’s the locals that make this city. Dancing is a way of life, so get your Salsa, Rhumba, Cha Cha Cha hips ready, to explore this Caribbean city.

Hostels in Havana are plentiful, affordable, and centrally located. They’re the best way to save some of your hard-earned cash and become immersed in Cuban culture all at the same time. Havana hostels often have dorms, but there are private rooms too, sometimes with balconies. Most importantly there are many places to mingle, with terraces, bars and pool tables a-plenty! You’ll find hostels with dance lessons, rooftop cocktails and so many within the photogenic buildings that you’ll undoubtedly snap for your Insta-feeds. You can find more info about the best hostels in Havana on our blog.

You’ll want to stay near Old Havana (Habana Vieja) for the best selection of shopping, restaurants, bars, and nightlife. You’ll also be closest to the city’s museums and four main plazas. You’ll be roaming the same streets that Ernest Hemmingway once walked, so soak up that creative inspiration. Calle Obispo is one of the main streets in Old Havana where you’ll be able to find all the essentials. A hostel near Paseo de Martí is also an ideal spot to come across local artists and sellers, bars, and restaurants.

Delving into Havana’s history is a must while in Cuba’s capital. Exploring places like Old Havana, Morro Castle, and the Museum of the Revolution will give you a glimpse of Havana’s complex past. There are many streets that are also worth wandering to get an authentic Cuban experience, start with San Rafael Street! Given Havana’s history as an important Spanish port you should definitely check out Havana Port too. Once you’re done touring around there’s no shame in taking some time to chill out on one of the beaches either, you’ve earned it.

Getting around Havana can be a bit of a mission. If you don’t want to walk or the distance is too far to cover by foot, we suggest taking a taxi. There are also buses that are useful in the city but can be crowded, hot, and confusing. Colectivos are taxis that run on long-distance, fixed routes; they leave when they’re full so be prepared for a squishy ride, but it will probably be quicker and cheaper than a bus. Bici-Taxis are quite common in Havana but can be expensive so make sure you understand the fare before hopping on. Lastly, if you’re trying to get between cities or provinces you can take a truck from a provincial or municipal bus stop with truck departures.