The Bacardi Building was Havana's first Art Deco structure.
Edificio Bacardí is a drop-dead gorgeous, 1929 Art Deco building that was once the headquarters of the Bacardi Rum Company. It dates back to 1930, when construction was completed, and it's said that the the edifice is made up of granite and marble that comes from nearly all the nations in Europe.
When the Bacardi rum company departed after the Cuban Revolution, the building was used to house offices, which it is still used for today. There is a bar that's open to the public in the lobby and visitors can ascend to the tower for a small fee to get a bird's-eye view of the city.