Houses - Casa de Jose y Heder

About Casa de Jose y Heder

The Jose and Heder House, located in Old Havana (Havana), with a air-conditioned room. The apartment is fully rented and consists of a living room, fully equipped kitchenette, bathroom, cold water and hot water, TV and there is also a shared lounge area. The room, fully equipped with bed linen and towels.

Additional services are provided such as: mini bar, washing and ironing services, breakfasts, to be chosen by the client.

Located 600 meters from the Old Square, minutes from the most important squares of the Historic Center, Central Park, Marti Theater, Alicia Alonso Theater, you can tour Old Havana and live unforgettable moments on foot, less than 1 km from La Bodeguita del Medio and 2.4 km from Castle of San Salvador de la Punta. It is 13 km from the Hemingway Museum

It is located near the restaurants: Santo Ángel, El Baturro, Cantabria, La Victoria, Café Taberna, El Mesón de La Flota, Conde del Castillo, Jardín del Oriente, Los Mercaderes, La Imprenta, Historical Centers, Playing Cards Museum, Planetarium Museum, Alejandro de Humboldt House Museum, José Martí Birthplace Museum, La Marina Firefighters Museum, Havana Club Rum Museum, Mambí Car Museum, Chocolate Museum, Ceramics Museum, near the Ferrocarriles Terminal, the Cadeca, San Francisco de Paula Church, Church and Convent of Our Lady of Mercy, Church of the Holy Spirits, Cruise Terminal, Beer Factory and the Santander Hotel, of the nightclubs: Factoría Plaza Vieja, Comedor 213, Bar Dos Hermanos and El Bosque, where you will have the opportunity to have fun and enjoy the attractive nights of this great city. Old Havana is the oldest area of ​​the Cuban capital, it is the reflection of a mixture of styles replete with authentic architectural jewels of different periods and offers one of the most complete collections of urban buildings in the Americas. This area of ​​the city is home to more than a thousand buildings of historical importance with various examples of a distinguished architecture that goes from the Baroque to the Art Deco. Its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982.

During the 1990s, the rescue of the historic atmosphere of Old Havana began, driven by the office of the historian of the city, who had left the buildings and monuments without maintenance for more than forty years. Since then, a research and restoration work has been carried out on churches, fortresses and other historical buildings of this town.

At present, Old Havana is one of the most visited areas by tourists, it has restaurants of all kinds: from palates to gourmet and international restaurants. There are also many bookstores, museums and shops. Due to the large number of tourists, life in Old Havana is very active and crafts fairs, books, artistic presentations, etc. are held there.

Among its most representative monuments is El Capitolio, one of the most emblematic buildings of the city of Havana. Majestic building symbol of history and beauty, which at the time was the seat of the House of Representatives and the Senate of Cuba until its dissolution in 1959.

The main plazas in this sector of Havana are: La de Armas, San Francisco de Asís, Plaza Vieja, El Cristo and La Catedral. For its part, its castles are: that of the Three Kings of the Morro, that of the Royal Force, that of San Salvador de la Punta and that of Atares. Its most important strength is that of San Carlos de la Cabaña.

Its most notable buildings are: The Cathedral of Havana, the Hotel Inglaterra, Hotel Ambos Mundos, Hotel Sevilla, the Floridita bar and restaurant, the Bodeguita del Medio, the Gran Teatro de La Habana "Alicia Alonso", the Museum of the Revolution , Chocolate Museum, Palace of the General Captains Museum, Weapons Museum, National Museum of Fine Arts and El Templete.

Other significant sites are: The Railway Terminal, the Alameda de Paula, the Russian Orthodox Church, the House of Rum, the Ministry of Finance and Prices, the House of Asia, the Bacardí building and the Payret cinema.

Its main streets are: The Paseo del Prado, Avenida del Puerto, Obispo Street (important pedestrian artery, one of the liveliest streets of the city, with attractive places such as restaurants, museums, clothing stores, handicrafts and souvenirs) and also the Malecón Habanero avenue, perhaps the most internationally recognized symbol of the city.


  • TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Private Entrance
  • Pets at Home
  • Wardrove
  • Soap and Toilet Paper
  • Towels and sheets
  • Air Conditioner
  • First aid kit
  • Locks in bedrooms
  • Washing machine


  • Family

Zones Availables

  • Kitchen
  • Elevator


  • 1 Private


  • 1 Personal
  • 1 Matrimonial

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