The hotel provides a wide selection of facilities with the main attraction of course being the large outdoor swimming pool – spend your days here lazing on a lounger and soaking up that gorgeous Cuban sunshine! If you fancy switching it up, get involved in one of many hotel activities or move the relaxing over to the spa and wellness area instead. Treat yourself at the onsite hair salon (local charge), indulge in a massage or simply rejuvenate in either the sauna or Jacuzzi. Learn a new skill and get your diving qualification at the hotel’s diving centre (local cost) – great for those of you hoping to explore beneath the waters of the serene Caribbean ocean.
Once evening rolls around, enjoy your dinner at one of four restaurants on-site, boasting a fusion between buffet services and a la carte fine dining. Once full, kick back and relax as you enjoy Cuba’s famous rum in one of the hotel’s five bars. After an evening spent tasting some delicious cuisine, there’s always room for dancing so hit the Beach Bar with music and entertainment going on into the night.
Situated on Varadero Beach, a beach day (or two) is an absolute must, especially if you can jump on a pedalo or do some snorkelling!
395 rooms and suites. All with balcony/terrace, air-conditioning, satellite TV, direct-dial telephone, mini-bar (replenished daily), safe and hairdryer. All rooms have 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping, maximum 3 adults. Superior Garden View Rooms face towards the bay at the back of the resort.
All-Inclusive of: buffet breakfast and dinner at Flamboyán, buffet lunch at Las Adelfas, and one dinner per person per week at both Palma Real and the Italian-Cuban Fusion Restaurant. 24-hour snacks and drinks (local brands and selected premium drinks), non-motorised water sports, activities and entertainment unless stated otherwise. Guests are entitled to one visit per week to each of the two à la carte restaurants.
Please note: in Cuban all-inclusive hotels, ‘premium drinks/brands’ can mean local premium brands rather than international ones, as Cuba has an embargo on US goods.