Stay here if you can! I recommend it.
Just got back from Havana yesterday, stayed in 4 different Casas during my 2 week travel around the island, I can honestly say this one is the best by a mile.
Paid $34 CUC (£21) for a room with breakfast ($30 CUC without breakie), sadly only stayed one night though. It was a delicious breakfast of fresh fruit, fresh juice, coffee, scrambled eggs (very well cooked by the way) and the only decent bread I've had since arriving in Cuba.
The rooms are very well designed with a modern contemporary feel to them, the Casa has been lovingly restored with massive high ceilings, great art around the walls and beautiful stained glass throughout the flat.
There is air-conditioning that works in the bedrooms, which is required in Havana, each rooms has a safe you get a key for, and I got lovely soft white towels that smelled flowery and it was all very clean throughout the casa.
Each room has an en-suite loo and shower with hot and cold high pressured running water, this is a massive luxury in Cuba. Having struggled to shower and wash my hair in the dripping showers elsewhere, it was a real treat to come here. It was also the first time I really slept well in Cuba as the room I stayed in was away from the main street so there were no chickens crowing, no horse and carts thundering down the street, no locals shouting out about the goods they are selling. I didn’t miss them either.
The casa is on a side street just behind the main shopping area in Havana, it’s really easy to find as a two minute walk into the hustle and bustle.
The owner(Raydel) is very friendly, and helped us by booking a taxi to the airport. He has internet access there which is rare in Cuba too and also let us leave our cases there for the day before we had to leave for the airport.
Down side, I don’t really have one except if you are a large couple you may find the rooms a tiny bit small for a Salsa but there is a large living room you can practice in, with the massive balcony doors looking out over the street below. Any way a single person I had more than enough room for me and my large case and a little Salsa. Loved this one!