The Chévere Hall was once one of the most popular nightclubs in Havana until the Macumba hall took away its hegemony.
It is an outdoor place surrounded by dense forest, in which they mix, Cubans and tourists to dance salsa until the body endures.
Located next to the Almendares River, its track is full of life. Surrounded by a lush garden and centuries-old palm trees you can enjoy your music, dancing or just watching dance.
It is a disco something unpredictable in terms of environment, although some weekends regains its splendor.
It brings together humorous performances and the best salsa bands. You can also enjoy live music with an orchestra or reggaeton concerts.
If you do not master salsa they have their own dance school.
El chévere is one of the many clubs in Havana to practice salsa.
Address: Parque Almendares, Street 49C and 28A, Reparto Kohly
Phone: (537) 2044990