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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Glu Hotel Buenos Aires
Heureusement que nous avons reçu un rabais de SunWing pour nous avoir déplacé d'hôtel (de Jibacoa à Varadero)... ce qui fait que notre voyage nous aura coûté moins de $600 par personne pour être dans une suite junior... donc difficile de se lamenter !!!
Mais la nourriture était vraiment pas bonne (pourtant, je ne me plains jamais, même à Cuba après 5 voyages), le service décevant (bon service requiert pourboire en argent, sinon, ne vous attendez pas à grand chose... même si vous avez déjà tippé dans la même journée à la même personne - je n'ai jamais vu cela) !
La plage était vraiment belle, toujours de bonnes chaises disponibles. J'ai eu plus de plaisirs et de service à jaser avec les vendeurs itinérants sur la plage, imaginez... !
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... fancy Don Qkos on the upscale side of things. Then we have Bolo Ocho or the Hard Rock D'porte that offer a little hipper almost roadhouse cuban style joint. We can't forget the culinary scene that is opening in the city centre where bus loads of Canadians and the like stop for a cold beer and local grub. Some of these are Don Ramones doing Cuban/Italian or Studio 55 with there funky decor and great burgers, Studio 55 has become so popular they are opening a ...
... operating in the area. All very interesting.
We arrived back at our apartment in Habana in the middle of a lightening / thunder storm and could not see the road for the last 30 minutes. We arrived at our place but left the luggage in the trunk of the car as the rain was so heavy. We called our slow elevator to our flat but the light was now out and the journey to the 15th floor was in total ...
... lacking. Lucky I brought my own condiments since based from what I was reading - it is a must. After an hour, I left the room and continued my explore. I got tired and eventually went back to my room. I turned on the TV and I start flipping the channels and I all they have was TV shows in Spanish. Did not mind it, I left the TV on and unpack my things. I put all the things I have that belong in the bathroom and in the room. Afterwards, made my way back out and head to the bar. I ...
... for his chemotherapy and was now paying for his pills. Another woman introduced Bob to her beautiful teen-age daughter and had the girl open her mouth so that he could see her braces-now, thanks to the government she would have beautiful teeth as well. Listening to these educated young people and seeing the healthy attractive children, I have to think that some good has come out of the Revolution.
What would a Cuban party, even a ...
... car, and headed back to Havana.
The nighttime drive was very unnerving. There are few highway lamps or those nice reflectors we’re accustomed to seeing on the road in the States and Europe. The drowsiness of the meal was trumped by the anxiety of the drive. We made it back to the hotel by 10 pm. We were disappointed by the inability to spend the night in Varadero, but now we were closer for the next day trip we wanted to make – Pinar del ...