Artedel Guest House

Address: Calle 25, no2605, Havana, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 25, no2605, Havana, is near Old Havana, Plaza de la Revolution, Universidad de la Habana, and Museum of Decorative Arts.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArtedel Guest House Havana

Reviewed by winegalcj

Artedel is a sanctuary of art and peace

Reviewed Feb 24, 2014
by (27 reviews) Southern California - we moved a lot , United States Flag of United States

Incredible accomodations. Ydalgo and staff are simply perfect. the pent house is like an art museum but comfy. the terrace sports views of the sea and city. steps to La Rampa or the Malecon, minutes by taxi to old town. Do not miss this place!!

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A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 24, 2014

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A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 10, 2014

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... and old cars before visiting the Ludwig Foundation, a German not-for-profit that sponsors the work of young artists. We were offered fruit juice and an opportunity to meet the staff and view what is up-and-coming to the Cuban Art scene-photo-realism paintings, paper cutouts (of Princess Di, the Queen, singer Adele and Julian Assange!), decorated sneakers and stationary metal sculptures that attempted to show objects in motion.

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A travel blog entry by aspirina on Sep 09, 2013

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... smile, great evenings, beautiful nights and sunny mornings. And a special thanks to one of my best friends back in Poland, that no matter what was always available - good luck in your Asia adventure soon ! Thank you guys, each of you gave me strength, courage and an inspiration. For sure without you I wouldn't be where I ...