Valuable and unusual objects from past ages decorate every corner of Napper, while an eccentric collection by artist Enrigue Rottenberg enriches the walls, creating a harmonious combination of antiques and contemporary art.
Antiques are said to make us visualize brushstrokes of our unknown past, each of Napper’s objects reminds us of a past stage or holds a story that deserves to be known.
Napper’s owner collects antique objects, treasures that hold a history that deserves to be known.
He says that antiques make us visualize glimpses of our unknown past.
To stay at this boutique hotel is like encountering the heritage of Cuba and its ancestors.
Napper is located in the Vedado district of the capital, built mainly between 1920 and 1950.
It is the commercial district and the main residential area of Havana. Today, El Vedado is a green and lively neighborhood.
Enjoy the warmth of an atmosphere that combines bars, restaurants, parks at the end: the endemic Malecón Habanero