You really couldn’t ask for much else with this modern apartment. The interior is modern and crisp. Guests—the place can accommodate up to four—have access to a full kitchen, two bathrooms and two bedrooms. The real selling point—the balcony—offers a great view of Havana’s famous waterside roadway, the Malecón.
Though many don’t realize it, Cuba’s selection of Airbnb Havana homes is diverse and incredibly affordable. The city has embraced the hospitality app wholeheartedly. Now, the only hard part is figuring out if Havana’s food stacks up to the best Cuban restaurants in Miami (which is a debate we’ll leave for another time).