Grand Cuba Tours - Globus® Escorted Tours

Grand Cuba from Coast to Coast (YZ)

17 Day Tour from Miami to Miami

2016 Tour Details

On this Cuba travel program, discover the best of Cuba from coast to coast on Globus’ comprehensive people-to-people program. This rare travel opportunity facilitates memorable interactions between Americans and Cuban farmers, fishermen, artists, and more. Explore this beautiful island nation with its compelling history and rich culture. You’ll be immersed in everyday life here through captivating educational activities and conversations with Cubans about a wide range of topics. Visits include a print shop that still employs traditional printing and binding methods, a mechanical music-organ factory, the Casa de la Cultura (a community center), Fidel Castro’s boyhood home at Birán, the Matachin Museum in an 18th-century Spanish Fortress, a cocoa farm, a rum factory, Santiago de Cuba’s historic city center, and Teddy Roosevelt’s fabled San Juan Hill. You’ll also visit the San Pedro de la Roca Castle, a World Heritage Site built in 1638, and you’ll interact with the semi-indigenous Guirito community. You’ll join in a farm-to-table mojito-making demonstration and an interactive dance lesson, enjoy a scenic cruise on Santiago Bay, and see the changing of the guards at Santa Ifigenia Cemetery. You’ll interact with Cuban baseball players as well as dancers at the world-renowned Camagüey Ballet Company, ride in an Old Styler car, and enjoy performances by jazz musicians and the Cienfuegos Choir. Dinners at local paladars (small, privately owned restaurants) and lunches at a Casa Particular (bed and breakfast) and an organic urban farm are just a few of the tantalizing special dining experiences included on this amazing Cuba tour program. All people-to-people interactions weave seamlessly into the daily visits around the country, serving to enrich and enlighten. You’ll come away with a deep understanding of Cuba and its people on this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Group Voyagers, Inc.* is an organization licensed by the United States Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), CFR 515.565(b) and authorized to provide those who register as participants in our programs to visit Cuba legally for educational people-to-people interactions. Our unique itinerary for 2015: “Grand Cuba from Coast to Coast" provides a full-time schedule of people-to-people educational exchange activities designed to result in meaningful interactions between our travelers and individuals in Cuba. United States law requires that all participants in our programs adhere to the full-time schedule of people-to-people activities.

*Group Voyagers, Inc. is the company that markets and sells the Globus family of brands.
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 Destinations & Sightseeing

GUANTÁNAMO
Learn the origins of Cuba’s music at Casa del Changui
BARACOA
Learn about the cocoa industry and meet workers at a local cocoa farm; discussion with members of the semi-indigenous Guirito community; interact with staff at the Matachin Museum; discussion at a local paladar with owner and staff
BIRÁN
Visit the boyhood home of Fidel & Raul Castro and interact with local community members
GUARDALAVACA
Interactive dance lesson
VELASCO
Visit Casa de la Cultura
GIBARA
Workshop with local fisherman; mojito-making demonstration at a local paladar
HOLGUÍN
Discussion with workers at a traditional print shop; meet staff at a musical-organ factory
SANTIAGO DE CUBA
Interact with workers at Jardín de los Helechos; visit the historic city center and enjoy a discussion with a local historian; scenic cruise in Santiago Bay; discussion with local fishermen; explore San Pedro de la Roca Castle; interact with a vocal group; visit San Juan Hill; interact with local university students; meet with parishioners at La Caridad del Cobra; workshop at Casa Caribe; see the Changing of the Guards at Santa Ifigenia Cemetery; learn about the history of rum in Cuba at a rum factory
CAMAGÜEY
Discussion with an award-winning artist; bici (bike) taxi tour of the city; Camagüey Ballet Company; program at Casanova Pottery Studio; paladar dinner and discussion with the owner; meet with American Car Association owners and ride in an Old Styler car
KING RANCH
Interact with local cowboys and village residents
TRINIDAD
Visit a Casa Particular and enjoy lunch; historic city center; discussion at a library; workshop at Templo Yemaya
CIENFUEGOS
City orientation; interact with tobacco rollers at a cigar factory; discussion with a local artists and studio visit; performance by the Cienfuegos Choir
PLAYA GIRÓN
Visit the Bay of Pigs Museum; interact with a local family and Naturalist over lunch
HAVANA
Performance and discussion with jazz musicians; tour of Hotel Nacional de Cuba; discussion with architect; Old Havana; Finca Vigia (Hemingway’s home); discussion and lunch at an organic urban farm; interact with children and workers at a daycare center; Revolution Square; Colon Cemetery; workshop at artist José Fuster’s studio; performance and discussion with members of the Cuban Institute of Music; discussion with Cuban baseball players

NOTES:

  • The “Grand Cuba from Coast to Coast” program requires walking on cobblestone streets and uneven pathways, climbing stairs, and participating in a full-time schedule of people-to-people activities.
  • Due to the special requirements to visit Cuba, participants will be required to complete visa application and travel reservation forms and sign an affidavit confirming that they are traveling under a people-to-people license and are aware of the travel rules. Participants are also required to send a copy of their passport photo page. These items must be sent to Globus within 7 days of making a reservation.
  • In Cuba, activities that have been scheduled far in advance can sometimes become unavailable for a number of different reasons, the purpose of the trip is to have meaningful interactions with the locals and if the planned people-to-people educational exchange isn’t available, rest assured that another that will be just as enriching will be substituted.
  • Small-Group Discovery – Never more than 24 participants in a group

 Meals

 Meals & Itinerary

Breakfast daily including a continental breakfast in Miami, 15 lunches, 13 dinners including a farewell dinner in Havana

 Itinerary

Inside visits and special features are shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description.

Day 1 Miami

Arrive in Miami and transfer to your hotel. This evening, meet your Globus Group Leader for a 6 pm welcome drink and briefing. This is a good time to meet your fellow program participants, ask questions, and get prepared for your trip to fascinating Cuba.

Day 2 Miami–Santiago De Cuba, Cuba–Guantanamo–Baracoa

This morning, fly to Santiago de Cuba, Cuba’s second-largest city, located on the island’s southeastern shores. Upon arrival, continue to Guantánamo and visit CASA DEL CHANGUI, where you’ll learn about the origins of Cuban music and interact with the cultural center’s members and musicians. Travel through lush mountain scenery and climb the stunning mountain road of La Farola, arriving in Baracoa, Cuba’s oldest city and the site where Christopher Columbus first set foot in Cuba.

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Day 3 Baracoa. Excursion To Guirito

As this is known as the “Land of Cocoa,” our first stop is FINCA DUABA to learn about the world of cocoa production and the strong cocoa bean traditions in this region. Meet workers and discuss the process still used by farmers in the area. Next is an interactive exchange with the semi-indigenous GUIRITO community to experience traditional Kiriba and Nengon music and dance. Over a light lunch with the locals, sample some of the most typical foods that are found only in this part of Cuba. Visit the MATACHIN Museum, located in an old fortress. Interact with the city historian and staff, and hear tales of Baracoa’s past and some of the village’s unique citizens. Enjoy dinner this evening at a local paladar (special, privately owned restaurant). Over dessert, discuss the free enterprise system in Cuba and the U.S. with the owner and staff.

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Day 4 Baracoa–Guardalavaca

Leave the seaside village of Baracoa and travel on the scenic La Farola road which climbs through the lush Cuchillas de Baracoa mountains. Stop for incredible views and to interact with the vendors selling crafts and goods from this region. Continue through rolling farm lands to the sandy shores of your beautiful waterside resort for a 2-night stay. Enjoy an interactive DANCE LESSON before dinner this evening.

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Day 5 Guardalavaca. Excursion to Gibara

Travel to the fishing village of Gibara where you’ll met with local FISHERMEN to discuss how they make a living from the sea. Next, interact with members of the community at CASA DE LA CULTURA. Discuss the variety of programs offered to local children, adults, and senior. Lunch today is a “farm-to-table” experience at a local paladar. Visit the restaurant’s garden, and discuss the different herbs grown and how they’re used in cooking. Enjoy a mojito-making DEMONSTRATION before returning to your hotel.

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Day 6 Guardalavaca–Holguin–Biran–Santiago de Cuba

Today, includes time in Holguin, with a visit to a traditional PRINT SHOP. Interact with staff and learn about the process used to make paper, print and bind their one-of-a-kind books. Continue to a mechanical MUSIC ORGAN FACTORY to see these impressive instruments from yesteryear. Continue to the farming village of BIRAN, Fidel and Raul Castro’s birthplace and boyhood home. Learn about the Castros’ early years, their family, life in this rural community and interact with local residents. Arrive Santiago de Cuba and check into the modern Melia Santiago de Cuba Hotel for a 3-night stay.

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Day 7 Santiago de Cuba

Start the day with a stroll through the streets of historic Santiago de Cuba with a local HISTORIAN and discuss the various architecture types, restoration projects, and damage still present from Hurricane Sandy. Next, enjoy a panoramic CRUISE in Santiago Bay, arriving at quaint Granma Island. Over lunch, join a DISCUSSION with local fishermen and learn about their fishing practices and their community project that helps sustain the environment. Then, visit legendary SAN PEDRO DE LA ROCA CASTLE, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in 1638, it has been the site of battles against pirates, smugglers, and home to many well-known prisoners. During your visit, meet a local VOCAL GROUP that will impress you with their musical talents. Discuss the inspiration for their songs, various backgrounds, and future aspirations. A stop is made at SAN JUAN HILL, where Teddy Roosevelt, the Rough Riders, and America’s Buffalo Soldiers emerged victorious in the Spanish-American War. Before returning to your hotel, join in a DISCUSSION with local university students and their professors to learn more about Cuba’s educational system.

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Day 8 Santiago de Cuba

Start the day with a visit to the church of Cuba’s patron saint, LA CARIDAD DEL COBRE (Our Lad of Charity). Located near a copper mine, the church sits on a hillside overlooking the beautiful valley below. Interact with local parishioners and discuss the history of this amazing shrine as well as some of the traditions, holidays, and special events celebrated here. Visit the sanctuary which holds everything from the humblest of offerings to precious jewels, sports trophies, military decorations and once held the Nobel Prize for Literature medal placed here by Ernest Hemingway. Return to Santiago de Cuba, where we visit Jardin de los Helechos, the GARDEN OF FERNS. Here you’ll interact with workers to learn about the various ferns and orchids found in the garden. Next, visit CASA CARIBE to discuss the Santeria religion, and its connections to Roman Catholicism and Native Indian Traditions. This afternoon, visit SANTA IFIGENIA CEMETERY, where Cuba’s national hero, Jose Marti, is laid to rest. Witness the Changing of the Guards, hear the interesting folklore, and admire the magnificent architecture of this beautiful cemetery. Before returning to your hotel, stop at a RUM FACTORY to discuss the history of this factory and the important of the rum industry in Cuba. This evening, enjoy a festive dinner, the perfect ending to your time in Cuba.

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Day 9 Santiago de Cuba–Camaguey

After breakfast, depart for Camaguey Cuba’s third-largest city. Tonight over dinner, learn about the city’s first Spanish settlers, the wealth that attracted pirates, and the independent-minded people of Camaguey.

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Day 10 Camaguey, Cuba

This morning, see the beautifully restored plazas and explain why Camagüey is nicknamed the “City of Squares.” One of the first seven villages founded by the Spaniards, much of the city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. INTERACT with several award-winning ARTISTS, and learn about the inspirations for their works and how they have given back to the community. Also visit the CARSUNOS CULTURAL PROJECT where you will discuss the group’s mission and their hope to enter the Guinness Book of World Records. Enjoy a bici (bike) taxi RIDE before dinner this evening.

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Day 11 Camaguey. Excursion to King Ranch

Today, meet dancers with the world-renowned Camagüey Ballet Company, which has performed in more than 40 countires. You’ll have a chance to meet and interact with the dancers, teachers, and costume makers. Journey to King Ranch, an expansion of the famous Texas ranch of the same name, and its neighboring village, including stepping inside a home and school to discuss rural life and education. Then, over a barbecue lunch, connect with the cowboys who call the ranch home. Stop at Casanova Pottery Studio to learn about Camagüey’s famous tinajones—large, red pots found outside homes, a symbol of the city.
See the traditional way of making the vessels and interact with the artists to learn the local legend. A relaxing dinner is at a local paladar. Over dessert, discuss with the owner and staff the differences between paladars, co-operatives, and government-owned restaurants in Cuba. Before returning to the hotel, meet members from the American Car Association and enjoy a ride in an Old Styler car.

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Day 12 Camaguey–Trinidad–Cienfuegos

Travel to Trinidad, crown jewel of Cuba’s colonial cities, founded in 1514 and today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Upon arrival, enjoy lunch at a Casa Particular (bed & breakfast) and discuss private enterprise in Cuba with the owners and staff. This afternoon, stroll the streets of Trinidad, a cobblestone showcase of colonial architecture and pastel-colored houses decorated with wooden shutters and wrought-iron grilles. Caged songbirds outside the home are a Trinidad tradition. Interact with the librarian at the local LIBRARY, built from the estate of an American woman in the early 1900s, and learn about the library system in Cuba, including censorship and how the facilities are supported. Spend time at TEMPLO YEMAYA to discuss the Santeria religion. The religion was first brought to Cuba by African slaves who worked at the sugar plantation, and it has connections to Roman Catholicism and Native Indian traditions. Continue to Cienfuegos for a two night stay.

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Day 13 Cienfuegos

Settled by French immigrants more than 150 years ago, Cienfuegos is often referred to as the “Pearl of the South” because of its impressive beauty and colorful history. Your Cuban Tour Director will take you for an informative walk around the city’s main square. Next, an opportunity to engage with tobacco rollers at a CIGAR FACTORY, and to learn about the importance of tobacco, both culturally and commercially, for Cuba. Join in a discussion with artists at a graphic arts STUDIO and learn more about their lives, work, and how their art is created. Lunch is served at a waterside paladar. Before returning to your hotel, enjoy a performance and discussion with the CIENFUEGOS CHOIR.

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Day 14 Cienfuegos–Bay of Pigs–Havana

After breakfast, travel through the countryside, passing sugar cane fields and banana plantations. We’ll stop in Playa Girón for a guided visit of the BAY OF PIGS MUSEUM. Nearby is the old sugar mill used by Fidel Castro as his center of operations during the 1961 invasion. Over lunch, join in a DISCUSSION with a local Naturalist as well as the family that runs the restaurant. Arrive in Havana, Cuba’s vibrant capital city. Before dinner this evening, meet with jazz musicians from the CUBAN INSTITUTE OF MUSIC. Enjoy a discussion to share the importance of music in everyday life and then be treated to a performance. Afterward, enjoy a tour of the illustrious HOTEL NACIONAL DE CUBA, a symbol of history, culture, and Cuban identity. The hotel has hosted celebrities and world figures over the decades, including Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, Muhammad Ali, and Steven Spielberg.

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Day 15 Havana

Your day begins with a DISCUSSION with a local architect. Topics include Havana’s unique architecture, the challenges of renovating the city’s exquisite historic building, and the future of these restorations. Then, the opportunity to explore the charming cobblestone streets of OLD HAVANA, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while participating in open dialogue with the local architect on architectural topics of interest. Our attention then turns to Nobel Prize-winning novelist Ernest Hemingway, who lived in Cuba for over 30 years and left behind an enduring legacy. It is here that he wrote several books, participated in fishing contests, and enjoyed the laid-back ambiance and warmth of the Cuban people. Engage with staff at FINCA VIGIA, his beloved home, and see his fishing boat, El Pilar. Lunch is at a local ORGANIC FARM, where you’ll join a discussion with the owners and learn about organic urban farming in Cuba. Before returning to Havana, visit a DAYCARE CENTER to interact with the children and workers who run the program.

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Day 16 Havana

A photo stop is made at REVOLUTION SQUARE before exploring the world-famous COLON CEMETERY with its elaborately sculpted memorials. Hear the cemetery’s captivating history, folklore, and stories about the many noteworthy people laid to rest here, including musicians, filmmakers, writers, politicians, Major League Baseball players, and La Milagrosa—the “Miraculous One.” Next, enjoy a visit to JOSÉ FUSTER’S STUDIO, cleverly nicknamed the “Picasso of the Caribbean.” Here, you’ll discover a surreal world—like nothing you have seen before. Interact with members of the neighborhood to discuss the project’s impact on the surrounding area. Enjoy an afternoon choir performance, and join a discussion with choir members and their director from the CUBAN INSTITUTE OF MUSIC. Before dinner, meet former Cuban baseball players for a DISCUSSION about the history and the love of this favorite pastime in Cuba and the United States. This evening, join your Cuban Tour Director and Globus Group Leader for a festive farewell dinner—the perfect ending to your time in Cuba.

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Day 17 Havana–Miami, USA

After breakfast, depart for the airport and your return flight to Miami. Please schedule connecting flights from Miami after 6:50 pm.

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 Accommodations

Miami
Baracoa
Guardalavaca
Santiago de Cuba
Camaguey
Trinidad
Havana

Miami

Miami Airport Marriott

First-Class

Miami Airport Marriott 1201 NW LeJeune Road, Miami, FL United States

1201 NW LeJeune Road
Miami, FL United States

Free Wifi

Free Wifi

The Miami Marriott Hotel offers comfort and convenience, with sleek new interiors, bright colors, and redesigned rooms. Amenities like the outdoor pool, fitness center, and a fantastic dining scene will make your stay in Miami exceptionally comfortable.

Hotel Amenities

  • Gift Shop
  • Ice Machine
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Elevator
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Fitness Room
  • Pool
  • Beauty Salon
  • ATM
  • Luggage Storage
  • Parking/Valet
  • Concierge desk
  • Currency Exchange
  • Free WiFi
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Business Center

Room Amenities

  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Alarm Clock
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Voicemail
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Air Conditioning
  • Television
  • Wake-Up Calls
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Internet Access
  • Pay Movies
  • Room Service
  • In-Room Safe
  • Climate Control
  • Desk
  • Phone
  • Disabled Access / Rooms
  • Coffee Maker

Baracoa

Porto Santo Hotel

Moderate First-Class

Porto Santo Hotel Carretera del Aeropuerto, Baracoa,  Cuba

Carretera del Aeropuerto
Baracoa, Cuba

Hotel Porto Santo mixes the elements of a hotel of city and nature. Its name Porto Santo was given by Admiral Christopher Columbus in Baracoa, the first town founded by the Spanish. The gorgeous setting, overlooking the bay and surrounded by trees, provides a real sense of privacy and retreat, while an impressive swimming pool features a straw-roof bar, facing the bay. At Hotel Porto Santo you will be able to enjoy amazing views of the mountains, Baracoa Bay, and easy access to the historical part of the city.

Hotel Amenities

  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Fitness Room
  • Business Center
  • Currency Exchange
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Concierge desk
  • Gift Shop
  • Pool

Room Amenities

  • In-Room Safe
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Window Opens
  • Television
  • Mini-bar
  • Air Conditioning
  • Smoking Rooms
  • Alarm Clock
  • Climate Control
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Phone

Guardalavaca

Playa Pesquero Resort

Moderate First-Class

Playa Pesquero Resort Carretera a Guardalavaca, Guardalavaca,  Cuba

Carretera a Guardalavaca
Guardalavaca, Cuba

The Playa Pesquero features a swim up bar, beautiful beach surroundings, and an on-site restaurant. It's the perfect home base for your exploration of Gibara.

Hotel Amenities

  • Business Center
  • Beauty Salon
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Currency Exchange
  • Fitness Room
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Gift Shop
  • Parking/Valet
  • Concierge desk
  • Pool

Room Amenities

  • Cable/Satellite
  • In-Room Safe
  • Alarm Clock
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Window Opens
  • Television
  • Air Conditioning
  • Climate Control
  • Phone
  • Coffee Maker
  • Internet Access
  • Mini-bar
  • Smoking Rooms

Santiago de Cuba

Melia Santiago de Cuba

Superior First-Class

Melia Santiago de Cuba  Av. De las Americas y Calle M, Santiago de Cuba,  Cuba

Av. De las Americas y Calle M
Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

This modern and iconic hotel has 302 rooms, 4 restaurants, 3 bars, and room service. You'll find every comfort of home at this one and only five start hotel in the city. It is strategically located close to the historical center. The hotel has an outdoor pool, gym, gift shops, business center, concierge service, and Internet service for a fee. Guestrooms are equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, safety deposit box, telephone, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries.

Hotel Amenities

  • Concierge desk
  • Gift Shop
  • Pool
  • Elevator
  • Parking/Valet
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Luggage Storage
  • Fitness Room
  • Business Center
  • Spa Services
  • Currency Exchange

Room Amenities

  • Climate Control
  • Cable/Satellite
  • In-Room Safe
  • Phone
  • Alarm Clock
  • Voicemail
  • Coffee Maker
  • Internet Access
  • Room Service
  • Desk
  • Hair Dryer
  • Television
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Mini-bar
  • Air Conditioning
  • Wake-Up Calls

Camaguey

Hotel Santa Maria

First-Class

Hotel Santa Maria Calle Republica e / Ignacio Agramonte, Camaguey,  Cuba

Calle Republica e / Ignacio Agramonte
Camaguey, Cuba

The Hotel Santa Maria is located opposite the church of Solitudem, with a beautiful eclectic style that blends with the environment and is distinguished by its elegant facade. The hotel displays works of art by the most famous artists of the city, and is only minutes away from the city's main restaurants, theaters, museums, cinemas and art galleries.

Hotel Amenities

  • Concierge desk
  • Elevator
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Restaurant On-Site

Room Amenities

  • In-Room Safe
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Mini-bar
  • Desk
  • Hair Dryer
  • Window Opens
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Phone
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Television
  • Climate Control

Gran Hotel

First-Class

Gran Hotel Maceo No 67 e/Gral General, Camaguey,  Cuba

Maceo No 67 e/Gral General
Camaguey, Cuba

The historic Gran Hotel, located on the city's pedestrian street, was built in 1939. The lobby features high ceilings, chandeliers and antique furniture. With 72 rooms, an outdoor pool, patio courtyard, rooftop terrace, restaurant, and cocktail bar.

Hotel Amenities

  • Concierge desk
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Pool
  • Gift Shop
  • Currency Exchange
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Elevator

Room Amenities

  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Climate Control
  • Cable/Satellite
  • In-Room Safe
  • Air Conditioning
  • Television
  • Phone

Trinidad

Brisas Trinidad del Mar Resort

First-Class

Brisas Trinidad del Mar Resort Península Ancón, Trinidad,  Cuba

Península Ancón
Trinidad, Cuba

Brisas Trinidad del Mar is just a few kilometers from the charming colonial city of Trinidad, on the spectacular beach front of Playa Ancón, surrounded by the Escambray mountains. Colonial arches, red tiles, and cobblestone pathways characterize this hotel's architectural style. This hotel is designed to let you embrace Cuba's finest colonial city, Trinidad. All rooms are air-conditioned and offer views overlooking the sea or the pool and the Ancón peninsula. The resort offers several restaurant options, a snack bar, three bars, as well as organized entertainment in the evening.

Hotel Amenities

  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Concierge desk
  • Gift Shop
  • Pool
  • Currency Exchange
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Fitness Room
  • Hot Tub
  • Dry Cleaning

Room Amenities

  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • Climate Control
  • Phone
  • Mini-bar
  • In-Room Safe
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Window Opens
  • Disabled Access / Rooms
  • Television
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Alarm Clock

Havana

Melia Cohiba Hotel

Moderate Deluxe

Melia Cohiba Hotel Paseo between 1st Y 3rd, Havana,  Cuba

Paseo between 1st Y 3rd
Havana, Cuba

The Melia Cohiba is a modern five-star property featuring 462 rooms. It is located in the El Vedado district, facing the famous Havana Malecón and is near Havana's historic center. The hotel has an outdoor pool, fitness center, sauna, squash court, spa services, hair salon, business center, gift shop, five restaurants, coffee bar, cigar bar, lobby bar, nightclub, and 24-hour room service.

Hotel Amenities

  • Concierge desk
  • Spa Services
  • Parking/Valet
  • Elevator
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Gift Shop
  • Dry Cleaning
  • ATM
  • Business Center
  • Pool
  • Beauty Salon
  • Currency Exchange
  • Fitness Room
  • Restaurant On-Site

Room Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Desk
  • Phone
  • Smoking Rooms
  • Television
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • Mini-bar
  • Alarm Clock
  • Coffee Maker
  • Internet Access
  • In-Room Safe
  • Climate Control
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Room Service
  • Hair Dryer

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