Club Caribe Cayo Coco
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Two years ago we went as a family and thoroughly enjoyed everything. Last year we returned as a group of 14 and we all loved the place and the workers. The food is fabulous compared to many places. Next week at this time, a small group of us are heading back. I personally cannot wait to show them this little gem. The only possible downside is the water pressure so simply check it when you enter your room since there are rooms without issues. I have stayed in block 20 and 32 and enjoyed both without issue.
We had an awesome trip to the colonial Cayo coco, food wasn't bad, the most beautiful beach , not one rock anywhere in the water, drinks good and plentiful , staff amazing , the only issue we had was the first night my phone was lost ? Or taken ? It may of fell out of golf cart on way to room with all the excitement, not sure or my husband swear it was in the room when we left to go to glad a snack either way it was gone , we check front desk everyday, glad I took my SIM card out before I left , so I hope who ever has enjoys my pictures that I can never recover , other then that great vacation
The attraction of Cuba is the people there. Colonial is the best evidence of that. The staff greet each other and clients with warmth and genuine concern. If you've been there once, chances are you will be remembered by a surprising number of the staff.Keep in mind that Cuba is an emerging country and fussy eaters and those who expect Canadian 5 star amenities may be disappointed. We absolutely love "the cottage".The rooms are clean, the pools welcoming and the grounds constantly maintained. Whether you prefer an ocean view or a pool view you will be pleased. Hotel Colonial is the oldest resort on Cayo Coco. Over the last few years there have been constant efforts to upgrade the facility. It amazes me that they are able to do so well with their very limited resources.We returned from there 5 days ago and have already booked our next visit. Hope you at "the cottage".
Just returned from the Colonial. Had the best time. Stayed in block 33 but 15 & 16 are also great. Block 32 walk out to salt water pool. Everything is convenient, central location. 20 mts from the airport max. Excellent, friendly staff who will go out of their way to help you. 1 hour to Moron for a nice excursion. Try Lennie's beach grill too or take the hop on bus to Pillar Beach. Customer service is the key here. Relaxed atmosphere,not a party resort. Food is acceptable for Cuba standards. You eat what you would at home. Great for families. children's pools, 2 fresh water and 1 saltwater pool. Great trip for the money you pay. Don't forget to tip the beach boys and even something for the maintenance staff, they are forgotten, behind the scene hard workers. Grounds are well kept. rooms clean.
Researched well and knew this wasn't going to be top class but the staff really make it. The buildings are really attractive in the old Colonial style - unlike some of the other, newer, modern, but more bland hotels we saw from the sightseeing bus. Close to the airport is another plus factor as we flew back to Havana rather than drive. Personally, the keys are OK for a few days after a long sightseeing tour so we were quite happy with our 5 night stay. But wonder if there is enough to do for a longer stay but there were plenty of peeps, mainly Canadian, that come come year after year for much longer - it is only a few hours flight for them and in the same time zone (I think) so they just do the all inclusive bit and love it! We did the Tuesday night cave party - seen this on TA and wondered if it was geared re the young set. But we went and had a great time - it is a real cave with real bats, plus the human interjection of alcohol, music, live shows and whatever!. It was prob the highlight of Cayo Coco! The price in April 2017 was 25CUC which included transport - the poor guys in the 24/7 bar when we all bundled off the bus at 2.30am for more cuba libres!Choice of pools - freshwater and salt.Rooms were spacious - ours was right next to the beach which is fab but even fabber if you turn right and head past the Tryp Hotel. Water pressure a bit problematic but remember this is Cuba!A La Carte restaurants - not the best. But the Rocamar buffet was surprisingly good with a great choice. The whole place could do with a makeover but again, this is Cuba and it will take some time...! We met some some lovely people and this is what makes a holiday.The Colonial should up there with the best. Muchas, muchas Gracias, Cuba xxxxxx
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Buffet breakfast, lunch, dinner daily & snacks: 24 hr
- a la carte restaurants: reservations required
- Selection of national and international drinks: 24 hr
- Mini bar restocked every day with water, soft drinks and local beer
- Daily sports & activity program: daytime tennis, aerobic, gymnastics, beach volleyball, archery, table tennis, billiards, bicycles, Spanish & dance lessons
- Introductory scuba diving lesson in the pool
- Non-motorized water sports: pedal boats, sailing, windsurfing, and snorkeling
- Nightly entertainment
- Mini club supervised activities for children 4-12 years
- 458 Standard rooms in 2 & 3 storey buildings
- Swimming pool with children's area
- Beach towels
- Lounge chairs
- Buffet restaurants
- A la carte restaurants (one per week)
- 5 Bars
- Fitness center
- 2 night-lit tennis courts (fee)
- Hairdresser (fee)
- Massage (fee)
- Laundry Service (fee)
- Medical service (fee)
- Souvenir shop
- Car and motorbike rental
- Money exchange
- Internet (fee)
- 2 ¾ beds or 1 king bed
- Bathroom with tub & shower
- Mini bar
- Satellite TV
- Coffee maker
- Safety deposit box
- Terrace or balcony
Resort Location Map
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Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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