Casa 1932 is a B&B that transports you some 80 years back in time to the glam Havana of old. The little touches in the bedrooms show the experience of the host: radios, clocks, safe boxes and voluminous wardrobes, along with private bathrooms and air-conditioning. But these are by no means even the best things about Casa 1932. Yes, you could spend the whole day looking at the 1930s-era furniture and ornaments, from old books on Art Deco architecture to gramophones and the gambling chips from Cuba´s last-ever operating casino in the 1950s. But what sets this serene retreat apart is the quality of service provided by the hosts. Luis Miguel is a mine of information about Havana, particularly where architecture is concerned (just ask him about the Art Deco tours he runs). Yet you could easily while away a day or two in Havana in Casa 1932 alone, such is the friendliness of the family you´ll be staying with.