When we opened the refrigerators, we noticed that the seals on the water bottles were broken. This raises two issues. First, if you're not Cuban, drinking Cuban tap water can make you sick. Secondly, who else had already drank from those bottles? This discovery led us to decline the breakfast that was included, as we had concerns about what else might be amiss. One other note, the breakfast is provided at a different location. You should also understand that a booking here does not give you the entire place. There are two unconnected bedrooms that lead into a common sitting area. A third bedroom toward the back of the home is occupied by a tenant. The tenant and casa owner walk through the common area and as a result you will not have privacy. This wasn't a big deal for us, but if you are traveling with children or want to spend time outside of the bedroom it should be noted. Also, the bedroom doors leading to the common area can only be locked from the inside, so you won't be able to lock them if you go out. (The door to the street obviously can be locked.) Upon checkout, the owner was ushering in two backpackers and was stripping the beds before we even finished packing to leave. There was no offer to help with our bags and our driver was not invited in. This place is probably okay if you just need a place to sleep on your way to the airport or for a day to allow you to go to the local museums, but we were glad we were not staying for longer than that.