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Minimum Stay None
Per Month $ 968









Whole unit
Private bath
Mixed household


Joselay is located in the central Havana neighborhood of El Vedado, one block from Avenida de los Presidentes, with access to a patio, where you can park a car. Around our rent there are multiple restaurants, cinemas, theaters. It is a biplanet room, with air conditioning, refrigerator, private bathroom, separate entrance and exit, two single beds, (with possibility of a third that can be installed if necessary), TV, DVD. Fans on both floors, purely Cuban decoration, colonial. We offer transportation to and from the airport. El Vedado is a neighborhood with very particular characteristics: It is considered the greatest achievement of Cuban urbanism. With the establishment of the Republic (1902) this neighborhood acquired an unusual height. Already the University had settled in and the gentlemen And the new rich had their residences built in area. An eclectic modality was then imposed in the architecture that Reached its best exponents in the house where the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba, the mansion that houses the Museum of Decorative Arts and the auditorium Amadeo Roldán. It's in style Genuinely Florentine the House of the Friendship, and neobarroca the house Where the café-restaurant 1830 is located next to the Mouth of the river Almendares. Although there were some high buildings in the capital, it is in the Vedado that there is a proliferation of skyscrapers - almost never more than 20 stories. The Nacional Hotel (1930) however has only eight levels, but - with its Plateresque Spanish style - was the first hotel installation of true luxury that the city had. Shortly afterwards, the López Serrano apartment building was built in an art deco style, which was the highest in Havana until the 1950s. It is at this time that the Vedado is reborn. The Ramp, more than A street, begins to become a state of mind; They open Large hotels -Rosita de Hornedo, Capri, Riviera, Habana Hilton- and Buildings such as those of the Dental Retreat and the Medical Very valuable points in Cuban architecture. To these is attached the Building, one of the tallest constructions in the country, and Marvel of Cuban civil engineering. Square Of course, if from heights achieved by the hand of man, None surpasses in Cuba the monument to José Martí in the Plaza de la Revolution. From Avenida 23, Paseo Avenue leads directly To that site that has been the center of the nation's political life since 1959. In G Street, also known as Avenida de los Presidentes, the monument to Major General José Miguel Gómez, the country's second president (1909-13), was built by popular cuestación in 1936, and the Castillo del Príncipe is an exponent of one of the definitive bulwarks Of the colonial city. Already in the Plaza, framed by the buildings of The José Martí National Library and the National Theater, the Various ministries and the Palace of the Revolution, the Hero, 18 meters high, is cut against an obelisk of 142 Meters. A staircase with 567 steps and an elevator lead to the viewpoint Of the monument. From there, with Havana at the foot, a Perspective that cuts the breath. Joselay invites you to visit this unique neighborhood.  

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