6 Airbnbs In Cuba You Need To See
ViaHero · March 23, 2018
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Amarillo B & B: $40/night
Home to Che Guevara’s bones and the best drag show in the whole of Cuba, Santa Clara makes for a stellar stopover. Operated by the fantastic host
Casa El Patio Andalu: $25/night
When in the gilded French-founded UNESCO World Heritage site of Cienfuegos you'll find this rambling home - run by a chef and flamenco dancer - is the best place to stay in Cuba. With a riotous garden, ever-present guitar strumming, glass clinking and tapas passing, you’ll be
Casa Kiwi/El Jardin: $38/night
Organic breakfast, a hammock-heavy communal patio, epic beach sunsets and a hostess called Kiwi await at this family-style home a few minutes outside Trinidad. The house rules are love, joy, and respect.
Villa Caridad: $200/night
This gem, in one of Havana’s oldest and most prestigious neighborhoods, is downright opulent. Featuring a courtyard pool, outdoor bar, jellyfish chandeliers, and a pair of '55 Buick’s available for chauffeuring - it’s hands down one of the best places to stay in Cuba and well worth the splurge!
ARCOS DE CANASI
Bungalow MontECOrales, campo y
The Canasi Cottage is only 45 minutes from Havana and one of the more off the beaten path places to stay in Cuba. A few hundred feet from the mouth of the river this rustic property is home to a natural stone swimming pool, wood-fired oven, fruit trees, and farm to table foraging. Fish, hike, sail, eat, drink, repeat. If you’re taking the Via Blanca from Havana to Arcos de Canasi make a detour to see the Hershey Gardens due south of Santa Cruz del Norte. The former property of chocolate giant Milton Hershey is gloriously overgrown and the perfect spot for a stroll, picnic, or skinny dip.
Buena Vista: $34/night
Our vote for the best balcony in Santiago goes to this apartment, lovingly maintained by Japanese expat Satomi. The birthplace of Bacardi rum and salsa, Santiago is hot, filthy, beautiful chaos, and this apartment offers a welcome respite from the madness. An ace in the kitchen, Satomi offers guests al fresco dinner served in the shadow of the city's staggering sunsets. If you’re into breathtaking views, you won’t find many better places to stay in Cuba.
For more on the best places to stay in Cuba, check out this post!