Hostels in Havana, Cuba

16 hostels available. Prices start from $3 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Havana

Hostal Red

Vedado
Free Breakfast
Family-Friendly Hostel
"…We are located in Vedado, one of the most central and modern areas of Havana, just 25 minutes by public transport or collective taxi from Old Havana, 15 minutes walking from the Plaza de la … More

Hostel Mango Habana Vieja

La Habana Vieja
Free Breakfast
Couples Solo Traveller
Calle Damas 709 entre Luz y Acosta Habana Vieja ... More

Cuba 58 Hostel

La Habana Vieja
Free Breakfast
Party Hostel Youth Hostel
"…The open balcony gives the place a nice sea breeze and all the rooms are spacious and brightly painted. The hostel has a great atmosphere and any information you might need, staff can help. We … More
Solo Traveller
"…Summary This is a fantastic choice. While it's not one of the cheaper hostels in Havana, it still is very good value as it has a lot of common space in which guests can socialize and is kept … More

Chantal's Hostel

Centro Habana
Digital Nomads Family-Friendly Hostel Solo Traveller
"…00 to 23.00 Check out before 11.00 Payment upon arrival by cash Taxes included Breakfast not included General: 24 hours reception. No curfew No special conditions" …"The nearest … More
Party Hostel
"La casa de Tía Ida is located in the center of the heart of Havana, near recreational places, historic, cultural, shopping, Chinatown, main avenues, Capitol of Havana, and the beautiful Malecon. Ac More
Female Solo Traveller
"Great view over Havana with helpful owners - The place is located in the center of Havana near the sea. The historic center is just a few km away. The staff of the house is really helpful and … More
Party Hostel
"…The majestic Malecon Habanero (seaside walk), the Paseo del Prado, the Morro fortress, as well as the Packard and Prado Malecón hotels accompany it in its vicinity. Just a few blocks away from … More

Corazón Cuba


Free Breakfast
Family-Friendly Hostel Solo Traveller
"…Taxes included Breakfast is included General: 24 hours reception. No curfew No special condition" …"Airport transfers arranged on request ($35 each way). The nearest airport is José … More
Family-Friendly Hostel Solo Traveller
Calle Lamparilla No. 165, Apt: No. 2, Entre Cuba y Aguiar, Habana Vieja More
Older travelers (+50) Quiet Rest
"…Our hostel has comfortable rooms and private bathroom, equipped with air conditioning and hot shower. Here we provide everything you need. We are waiting for you. Conditions Hostal San Lázaro … More

Enzo's Backpackers

Centro Habana
Quiet Rest
"…Entrance to the hostel apartment is via a locked gate and a front door. Keys to both of these, and the downstairs door to the building itself, are issued to each guest. The little extra touches … More

Hostel Casa de Ania

Centro Habana
Free Breakfast
Digital Nomads Party Hostel Solo Traveller
"…Casa de Ania is a fairly efficiently run hostel and guests are given a free map of Havana when they arrive, which is very useful to help with orientation. The extras like towels, the free hour of … More
Solo Traveller
"…The Location Located on Neptuno, the casa is a fifteen-minute walk to the city central area and there are small shops, cafes, and markets within a five-minute walk of the hostel. The nearest Wi … More
Solo Traveller
"…Wonderful hosts and wonderful hostel! - This was my second my second time visiting Cuba and there was only one choice for staying in Havana, Hamel Hostel. Magnolia and Wilfredo are the most … More
"‚Ķ‚ÄĘ room with 2 bunk beds (4 places), air conditioning and locker key. ‚ÄĘ room with 1 double bed plus 1 single bed.(3 places) ‚ÄĘ shared bathroom with hot and cold water. ‚ÄĘ kitchen facilities to ‚Ķ More

Hotels in Havana

Casa Marta Ana

Vedado
Free Breakfast
"…Located in a quiet and safe area of Vedado, just 15 minutes from Havana's Malecón you will feel the breeze from the north coast of the capital and 5km away you will be in the famous Cuban Art … More
"…00 to 23.00 Check out before 12.00 Payment upon arrival by cash Taxes included Breakfast not included General: 24 hours reception. No curfew Please be respectful of neighbors. No … More
"…The house has 4 bedrooms and two are rented which have optimal conditions including bathroom, king bed, TV media players, warming Water, Extra bed for extra person, total hygiene is guaranteed. C More

Hostels in Havana, Cuba

17 hostels available. Prices start from $6 for a dorm bed.
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Get to know Havana (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Havana.

 Callejón de Hamel

To wander Cuba’s capital city - though it is slowly developing - is to feel like walking around on set of a movie from the fifties. It is impossible not to be charmed by the crumbling colonial buildings, patched-up classic American cars, and a laid-back Caribbean attitude, which make Havana the rightful tourist hotspot of this amazing country.

There are plenty of options for hostels in Havana and places to stay, whether in happening Vedado or amidst the splendor of Havana Vieja (Old Havana). Cuba allows its citizens to register with the state in order to open their houses up to paying guests and most "hostel" accommodation is to be found in such Casas Particulares.

Quality and hospitality is usually of a very high standard, though backpackers will find that staying in a Casa is more expensive than typical hostel accommodation elsewhere in the world as prices tend to be per room. Meals are generally offered too but probably won’t be as cheap as eating out in many places, though they are likely to be high quality and enormous. Budget backpackers will have to get their fill of cheap eats in the form of poor quality pizzas and hotdogs.

Flags and Communist slogans are everywhere, amidst a constant peppering of Che Guevara’s iconic image. This is never more apparent than at the Plaza de la Revolución, where the vast monument to Cuban hero Jose Marti is almost overshadowed by two Soviet-looking tower blocks bearing the images of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara.

Havana has plenty of sights, museums, and activities to occupy the most restless of travelers. Visit a cigar factory, sample the national tipple at the Havana Club Museum, marvel at historic buildings, or engage with the country’s fascinating past at the Museum of the Revolution.

The daytime action in Old Havana stretches from the Capital Building and down the busy Paseo del Prado, where many shops and restaurants can be found. In the evening, the hustle and bustle moves to the waterfront promenade -- the Malecón. Children splash about in pools, fishermen unravel never-ending reels of nylon, lovers stroll, and buskers bask in the hazy sunlight; it makes for excellent people-watching and great photographs.

Most tourists will undoubtedly pay at least one visit to the huge Hotel Nacional to sit in the grounds and sample a mojito or two and watch the action of the Malecón unfold on the street below. Less touristy nightlife is generally found away from the old town. Vedado has a good mix of bars and live music venues frequented by locals and visitors alike. Ernest Hemingway fans can devise their own pub crawl by visiting the various haunts frequented by the American writer during his Cuban residency from the forties to the sixties. There is also a highly acclaimed museum devoted to the author in his former home on the outskirts of the city.

Written by local enthusiast for Havana hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Havana hostels Laura T

Havana Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Havana, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 16
Average dorm price $18
Average private room price $34
Cheapest hostel in Havana Hostal Corazón del Mundo with $6
Party hostels in Havana Casa de Tía Ida (4 in total)
Most Havana hostels are located in Centro Habana, La Habana Vieja, Vedado
Average rating of all hostels 7

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