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20klm of stunning turquoise beach at perfect temperature and soft sand…. A girl at information told me "You haven't been to Cuba if you haven’t gone to Varadero", she was damn right. Truly awesome. Horse drawn carriages are still a means of transportation here :-)
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Transport from Habana - You can pay $200 return in a car or pay $10 and get a ...
All inclusive hotel by the beach. Lots of Canadian are staying here and two Swedes of course. I'm not really into these kind of resorts but the rooms was huge and nice and after spending 3 nights here, everyone knew who stayed in the room nr 666.
I went scuba diving while lobster went for a scooter tour around the peninsula. This is ...
... beautiful views of the marina. It has at least two a la carte restaurants which we enjoyed. Both have great decor and also very tasty food. My experience in general at a la carte restaurants is that you get excited expecting it to be a notch above regular buffet dining but I personally am always disappointed. Not this time. Both restaurants were very good. The decor in the Latin resto was excellent; it was ...
Never having gone into the town itself we picked Wednesday to do this. It was a 5 peso trip per person return and you could hop on or off whenever you wanted.
The town is neat; lots of old cars and people and once we'd done a tour of the market stalls and purchased a few cool souvenirs we spotted this amazing patch of two colours of blue ...
... resorts begin. As you can guess, Miguel and I are at the cheaper end of town and honestly, I wouldn’t change that even if I could. I’ve had my share of resorts where you only see the other guests and your favorite bartender during your entire vacation and it’s just not my thing. Our side of town has a lot more character and the beach is just as beautiful. Our place, the Hotel Herradura, is a 5 story soviet-style box that has a very ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Melia Las Americas Varadero
Very nice hotel, very quiet. Rooms were great as we were staying in the "bungalows" next to the hotels, big suites, not very well sound insonorized, we could hear the neighboors talking, and when they were taking a shower, it is as if we were in the shower with them.
We are 74 years old, have travelled extensively, and are very picky. We found the Las Americas fulfilled our expectations for our 2 week holiday March 1st. - March 15 th. / 04. The staff were extremely accomodating and friendly. They fulfilled every request with a smile.
One of the best in varadero
Our one week stay at the Melia in Feb 04 was very pleasant. For starter, we had originally booked to stay at the Sol Sirenas Coral which i had stayed before and had a great time, but somewhere along the line, there were overbookings and we got upgraded to the Melia plus 100 american each in return. The bungalows are huge, food was the best in Cuba and i have been there 9 times now. The beer is served in bottles and cans by the beach, no draft!! Staff as usual in Cuba is pleasant and the safety in Varadero is fantastic. Only downside to this hotel is the pool area. Maybe the one of the worst that i have seen in Cuba. So the beach was the perfect setting.
i had e wonderful time in this hotel the food was exelent the beach is nice and the golf course wow i play evreday go ther you wont regret
Just got back from Varadero for the third time. First time to Sol Club Las Sarenas (don't go), second time to Sandals Royal Hicacos (awesome!) third time Milia Las Americas. Each expereince was very different.
From the moment we arrived at the hotel, everything was excellent. Forget all of the other comments about just okay service. Every staff member was both friendly and attentive. They are both deserving and appreciative of tips (this is how they make most of their living). We were greeted with smiles and a welcome mojito (national drink). The price of food maybe more expensive than outside of the hotel but it is still comparable, if not cheaper than food at other resorts. We found the drinks less expensive, $2 for a beer & $3 for a cocktail. We were not on an all inclusive plan & definately recommend going that route. There are plenty of delicious & reasonanble restaurants in and around Varadero. However, breakfast was included and it was plentiful and yummy. Finally, about all those mosquitoes? What mosquitos? Maybe they are just around in the rainy season.
Stayed at the Melia Las Americas in late FEB03. A very good hotel and excellent value - beautiful lobby (grand piano with entertainment in the evening, fish pond flowing through the lobby), attentive staff.
Loved hotel Las Americas and the beach
We spend one week in this pleasant hotel during the month of march 2003.Hotel with good atmosphere and friendly service.We had a good time there and plan to go back.Watch out for expensive trips to Havana, better to rent a car.
We did stay there for 120 Euros á day booked via ... full board. A wonderful place what the most beautiful beaches we´ve ever seen, we felt like in a fotoshooting-seccion. Blue clear warm and nice water, white sandbeach, amazing!The only but: you have to pay drinks extra which are expensive!
Great hotel. The best on Varadero. Rooms are comfortable, lobby is very nice, and food is good.
BUT if you buy the food there it is *very* expensive. The second time I went, I had meals included and saved a LOT.