These Airbnb rentals in Havana, Cuba show just how much there is to experience. This alluring destination boasts great food, culture, and people. Old and new collide as classic American cars drive through Old Havana. It is a city that celebrates the arts and dances to the music of the streets. Small business owners are experimenting, opening new cafes and bohemian bars, and the city is experiencing big changes.
*This post was originally published on May 12, 2017 and has been updated.
There is no better time to visit Havana and witness the union between past and present. First things first, you will need comfortable and safe accommodations. Staying as a guest in a few different Airbnbs, it felt great to connect with locals in a new way. I watched not only myself be transformed by these experiences but other guests in each casa particular.
10 Amazing Airbnb Rentals In Havana, Cuba
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Tucked into a local neighborhood, this cozy spot is in the heart of Havana. Perfect for two friends traveling together! (This is the apartment I stayed in)
Rest up in this colorful apartment conveniently located near the beautiful Capitolio.
This homey abode has a wonderful balcony overlooking the street and is just steps away from la Plaza Vieja.
Relax in this roomy apartment and experience the sights and sounds of Old Havana from the balcony.
This centrally-located residence is in walking distance to all the great sites.
Recharge in this spacious space, conveniently located in Old Havana.
Walk out of this comfortable flat right into the historic center of Old Havana.
These accommodations in Central Havana face the Capitolio, offering an incredible view.
A vibrant villa perfectly located in between Plaza Vieja, Plaza de la Catedral, and Plaza de la Real Fuerza.
Stay in a beautiful home near the main street and the famous ice cream shop, Coppelia.
+ All photos belong to their respective owners from Airbnb listings
Things to Do in Havana Cuba
If you’re looking for more things to while in Havana, take a peak at my full immersive guide for travel. It shows tips for what to do in Old Havana and more. Other ideas like trying an Airbnb Havana experience is a great option if you’re looking to connect with locals as well. I strongly suggest staying at these Airbnbs or “casa particulars” while traveling as it supports these families.
Be sure to wake up early, head out, and soak in all that Havana has to offer!
(here’s a quick intro to what I loved about Cuba).