If you are searching for the best resorts in Cuba, you no doubt are planning your next vacation. With around eleven million people inhabiting it, Cuba is the biggest Caribbean island when it comes to population and size. It remains the least known one, however, even though it lies so close to the United States. Fidel Castro booted all the Americans out of Cuba in 1959 when he closed all the casinos and hotels. Then, the American embargo act prohibited Americans from traveling to Cuba. European business groups have since worked together with Cuba and built wonderful beach resorts on the sandy, white beaches of Cuba. Enjoy reading about the best resorts in Cuba below.
Credit: www.iberostar.com/en/hotels/varadero/iberostar-varaderoAt Iberostar Varadero you’ll find the Caribbean’s best beach. Given the name Playa Azul, or Blue Beach, the water you can experience there is warm like bathwater and is quite blue. This hotel boasts 386 rooms and 11 three-story buildings. Enjoy amenities such as satellite television, telephone with a direct line, air conditioning and hair dryers. There is plenty to do here if you enjoy staying active on your vacation, including volleyball, Caribbean and Cuban rhythm dance classes, a spa and gym, sauna, aerobics, water polo, windsurfing, kayaking, tennis, horseback riding, golf, bowling, a disco, four pools and a Jacuzzi, plus enjoy live music with the nightly entertainment. It is impossible to be bored at this hotel!
Paradisus Rio de Oro Resort & Spa
Credit: www.meliacuba.com/cuba-hotels/hotel-paradisus-riodeoro/The Paradisus Rio de Oro Resort and Spa overlooks Playa Esmeralda above a low and rocky cliff. Very well landscaped and lush gardens greet its guests, with hammocks and private sitting areas so you can relax. You will likely be able to view the sea from your room, as the hotel faces it. Here you will find one of the islands most beautiful coral reefs. All-inclusive and adults-only, this 292 room hotel is rated with 5 stars and is the perfect honeymoon getaway. Its rooms range from bungalows, to junior and standard suite casitas. From a balcony that each room features you can see the gardens, plus enjoy a large bathroom and a separate sitting area. With five different restaurants and four bars, you are bound to find the cuisine that suits you best. You can go to the hotel’s nightly shows, and also enjoy its other amenities such as a sauna, Jacuzzi, watersports, bikes, a gym, three outdoor and lit tennis courts, two outdoor pools, massage services and a game room.
Sol Rio de Luna y Mares
Credit: www.melia.com/hotels/cuba/holguin/sol-rio-de-luna-y-mares/home.htmWhen you stay at this large hotel rated with 4 stars that sits right on the Playa Esmeralda in Holguin, you will be on the east coast of Cuba. The grounds of the Sol Rio de Luna y Mares actually are located on two Sol Melia properties which used to be separate. Now, the Rio de Mares and Rio de Luna are sister hotels, allowing their guests to make use of the facilities at both hotels at once. They both are found inside the gorgeous gardens of the Parque Maritimo Bahia de Navajo. Enjoy many options for entertainment here that includes four restaurants, a dance club, four bars, two snack bars, two outdoor pools, nightly shows, two outdoor tennis courts, watersports, sauna, Jacuzzi, bikes, massage services, plus a children’s center with programs for your children and baby sitting as well. The hotel’s 464 suites and rooms all come with a terrace or balcony. They include a rustic décor and they all have TVs, telephones, air conditioning, a personal safe and a mini bar.
In conclusion, take in the beauty of its white beaches and beautiful gardens that that you can find in this stunning country. No matter which of Cuba’s top rated resorts you decided to stay at, you will not be looking for something else to do. They all offer up a large amount of amenities and activities for their guests, truly making them some of the best resorts in Cuba.