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1 room, 2 adults

Casa Doña Bonzy

Perseverancia # 165, Havana, La Habana, 10200, Cuba, 800-246-8357

Within easy reach of Malecón
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Restrictions related to your trip

Cuba may have travel restrictions in place, including self-quarantine, due to COVID-19. Find out more

Casa Doña Bonzy

More Info: 866-539-0031

  • Twin Room

What’s around Casa Doña Bonzy

Landmarks

  • In Centro Havana
  • Malecón - 3 min walk
  • Havana Cathedral - 21 min walk
  • Plaza Vieja - 25 min walk
  • Paseo de Marti - 10 min walk
  • Central Park - 11 min walk
  • Great Theatre of Havana - 12 min walk
  • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - 13 min walk

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    Arriving/leaving

      Restrictions related to your trip

      • Cuba may have travel restrictions in place, including self-quarantine, due to COVID-19.

      Required at check-in

      • Credit card, debit card, or cash deposit required for incidental charges

      • Government-issued photo ID may be required

      FAQs for Casa Doña Bonzy

      • Are there restaurants at or near Casa Doña Bonzy?
        Yes. Nearby restaurants include JagerBull (4-min walk), Paladar La Guarida (4-min walk), and La Algarabía (4-min walk).

      Casa Doña Bonzy

      Visiting Cuba

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      1. Family visits

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      3. Journalistic activity

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      5. Educational activities

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