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Great location in Old Town, Havana. Next to the Museum of the Revolution and a short walk to the Malacon and Capitolo. Lots of good restaurants close by. Excellent live music most evenings in the lobby bar. Nice pool. A highlight was the breakfasts in a beautiful, top floor restaurant with panoramic ...
This is one of the better hotels in Havana. Perhaps a bit dated , and not EU or north American standard but still pretty good for Havana. Definately overpriced, but will so little choice in Havana for good hotels at least try and get a discount rate from Expedia or booking. The staff are very accommodating ...
Nice beach and pool. Food and food choices mediocre
The room which I had, should be updated. Tpersonal was Always friendly and helpful.
Beautiful resort , clean and modern, I loved it, I will come back next year
We really enjoyed the friendly staff and the cleanliness of the resort.
Cuba is the Caribbean’s largest island, a delightful mix of crumbling Spanish colonial architecture, vintage cars, salsa and rumba. The island’s natural beauty attracts visitors from around the world. Relax on breathtaking beaches and trek through wetlands looking for exotic bird species.
Start out in Havana, Cuba’s capital. With castles, churches, palaces and cobbled plazas, the compact old city, Habana Vieja, has many of the island’s most interesting sights. Visit the 18th-century Havana Cathedral for its baroque façade, sculptures and frescoes. Learn about Che Guevara and the rise of Communism in the Museo de la Revolución, housed in the former presidential palace. Enjoy an evening stroll along plazas and streets lined with colonial buildings. Stop in a bar to listen to live bands playing Cuban soul and salsa.
Go to Plaza de la Revolución, a vast public square in modern Havana which hosts political rallies. As you travel around the city, note the cars. Many are vintage American vehicles, relics of pre-revolutionary times.
Tour the sights of some of Cuba’s other cities. Admire the Spanish colonial-era houses and churches of Trinidad and sample the Afro-Caribbean culture of Santiago de Cuba.
Cuba has a warm subtropical climate with plenty of sunshine throughout the year. About two hours east of Havana, find Varadero, a large resort with white sandy beaches, a golf course and watersports. Dive among the corals off the north coast of Cuba and unwind with a mojito on the palm-tree-lined beaches of Playa Santa Lucía.
Enjoy a nature trip to Ciénaga de Zapata Biosphere Reserve in southern Cuba. The large wetland area is home to crocodiles and many species of birds. Take a guided tour of the Laguna de las Salinas to see thousands of pink flamingos.
Cuba is about 90 miles (145 kilometers) south of the United States. Although travel between the two countries is now more common than in prior decades, U.S. residents should check with the State Department on current restrictions before booking travel.
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