Sensual and sultry communist Caribbean capital, home to captivating, crumbling architecture, and enlivened by dance, music, avant-garde art and cocktails. Impossible to describe, there’s nowhere else quite like it.
A hub of Cuban design and creativity perfectly pitched on Havana’s ocean road, Malecon 663 is a fusion of voguish Habanero style mixed with retro flavours from yesteryear.
The vibe is lively, with a downstairs lobby bar and café and a fabulous rooftop terrace and bar with musicians and DJs playing every night.
Art is everywhere throughout the hotel, from chairs upholstered with photographic images to a vertical garden of plastic poppies.
Staying here you’ll meet Havana’s artists and creatives who come to hang and chat. You’ll also be clued into the latest under-the-radar events, gallery openings and coolest places to eat.
Right on Havana’s sweeping ocean road, Malecon 663 is located on the edge of residential Centro district and the neighbourhood of el Vedado.
Facing the Malecon, this road is usually fairly quiet by late evening due to the lack of vehicles in Havana. Behind Malecon 663 but not immediately behind (i.e. not directly affected) is the trafficked San Lazaro Street with transport options.
Neighbouring residential streets of pastel-coloured townhouses are weathered and salt-bitten and many are dishevelled. This area is bursting with life and is not unsafe despite appearances.
The busy 1950s shopping district of Galiano is within easy walking distance, which today is home to iconic buildings, shops, and cafes and is the gateway to Chinatown.
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