The Casa of Palo, one of the first homes built in the neighborhood of Vedado, consists of 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room, dining room, terrace, patio and garage. Its antiquity, constructive typology and value as an exponent of the first constructions of the area, allowed its classification as a patrimonial property of the city. Its spaces are spacious and airy and two of its bedrooms can communicate or remain independent
This private house is located in one of the most central areas of Havana, near Avenida 23, the most important of Vedado, which communicates with Old Havana and Miramar. Its position allows you to visit on foot to places of recognized historical and cultural value, such as the University of Havana, the Revolution Square, the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Yara Cinema, the House of the Americas, the Art Factory Cuban, the National Hotel of Cuba, the Alley of Hammel and the Malecón Habanero, to mention but a few. Restaurants, bars and other recommended places are also within easy reach.
Although the facade of the house and its ample spaces are a pleasant reminder of the colonial architectural, the house offers the comfort conditions that a contemporary guest expects. The eclecticism of its setting is expressed in 1950s furniture, wicker rockers and several chairs belonging to the VIBRA Collection, created by young Cuban designers and which has been awarded at design events in the country.