Built in 1930 and designed by the architect Esteban Rodríguez, the Bacardí building is one of the most significant examples of the development of Art Deco in Cuba. Its structure, the decorative motifs of the floors, even the luminaries that decorate it, are part of this trend that was so popular in Cuba between 1930 and 1940. In the beginning, it belonged to the famous liquorice firm Bacardi, where its offices were established. Located in Monserrate and San Juan de Dios and crowned by a bat at the top of the dome, symbol of the company, was the tallest building in Havana.

  • Edificio Bacardi

  • Bélgica Avenue (Monserrate) No. 261 between Empedrado & San Juan de Dios
  • Mon-Frid 9am-6pm