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Street: Santa Clara nº 7, between Oficios and San Pedro.
All infants and children from 0 year to 12 years of age sharing a room with adults are considered free. No additional cost up to a total of 3 children per room accompanying 2 adults. Cots must be directly requested at the House, at no extra cost. In most Houses, there are no cribs available, and infants must share the bed with parents.
The following cancellation policy applies once you have paid for your reservation:
If you cancel your reservation before 31 days of your arrival, we will reimburse you for the amount paid. Less an administrative surcharge equivalent to 3% of this amount, with a minimum of 15 euros. If you cancel your reservation between 30 and 15 days prior to your arrival, we will reimburse you 50% of the amount. If you cancel your reservation within 14 days prior to your arrival date, no refund will be made. The penalty will be 100%.
In the event of unexpected departures that have not been previously negotiated with the Casa Particular, the client is penalized. Billing 100% of the amount paid for said service.
Special Note: More than two Adults in a room, is considered a Triple room. Each adult must pay a supplement of 5 CUC / Night. It is understood by clients all costs derived from transactions or bank transfers in the process of returning any amount.
Beach, City, History, Culture
Havana is truly extraordinary. You will need several days if you want to visit its main places of interest. We recommend the Museum of the Revolution, the Focsa building, the National Hotel, the Necropolis of Columbus, the Napoleonic Museum and the University of Havana. As well as the Fountain of India, Fraternity Park, the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, the Chinatown.
Finally the house of the Obra Pia, the San Francisco de Paula Church, I enter many more. There are also museums and institutions along Obispo Street and Mercaderes Street in Old Havana.
Havana is the epicenter of the cultural activities of the country, here most of the international festivals are celebrated. Its programming is very varied and the city is always celebrating.
The most relevant are the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema and the International Ballet Festival of Havana. Both celebrated in December, but the most named multicultural event that takes place in the streets is its Havana carnival. To the rhythm of comparsas, floats and congas they cross the boardwalk and other centric streets of the historical helmet.
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