Memories Flamenco Beach Resort
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Bot camp...Boring vacation...Everyday same...Food was awfull...Just beach and ocean amazing...Mosquitos terrible...People was friendly...Moron was terrible...No any good pleace to visit in Cayo Coco.First and last time to visit Cuba.
Lovely hotel, great people working there, went there first 2 weeks in august. Hotel is nice, bars great with plenty of choice, staff fantastic and can`t do enough for you. Food in the main restaurant ok but a bit repetitive, queues not too bad. The only downside for me was the restaurants you have to book for, every time you try to book one you`re told it`s full but when you speak to people who were in them they tell you it was empty, when we finally did get in the food wasn`t worth the hassle. Pools (3) are good, pool bar is great with good entertaining staff, especially Ari. Another mention for the pool man (can`t remember his name) who always made sure the pool was clean and got sunbeds for you, Entertainment everyday at pool/beach and in the evening too (repeated every week so you see it all twice) Hotel is right by the beach which has the best clear water I`ve seen in the numerous places we`ve been, nice bar on the beach and a good walk can be had either way. Rooms are ok, basic but clean. Would definitely go back. Love Cuba.
We arrived in Cayo Coco on 26th August to find a really pleasant hotel in lovely well-cared for grounds. The staff were, without exception, very friendly, helpful and approachable. Nothing was too much trouble for the, night or day. My one and only complaint about the actual holiday was that we went at the wrong time of year - FOR US that is, my wife and I. It was just too hot and humid. Within 20 mins of leaving our room my shirt would be soaking wet and need to be peeled from me - horrible. A holiday earlier in the year would sort that issue out. The pools are great - always plenty of sunbeds and shady areas/parasols available, (there were no Germans there, just Canadians, Brits and a few Mexicans and Puerto Ricans - great atmosphere.The food was above average and the themed restaurants were excellent, Italian I found the best. It is a true 24hr service all-inclusive with a well serviced 2hr snack bar/bar available. I don't understand, though, why there was no air con in communal areas - the room air con was fantastic, (and necessary).I would travel there again tomorrow as long as it wasn't with Thomas Cook who let us down badly when the Hurricane Irma path was confirmed as heading for Cayo Coco directly.This isn't the correct forum for their atrocious mismanagement of a seriously dangerous situation, so no further comment.We onlky managed one excursion, the 'Now Cuba' trip which took us to two local towns/cities and lunch was great. we visited an alligator farm which was fascinating, had a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, went through the mangroves with some lunatic, (in a good way) piloting a speedboat with about 8 of us on board. We stopped of at a small bar where a local band played some really good latino music and entertained us - all-in-all a hectic, but thoroughly enjoyable day.Sadly the hotel has been severely damaged by Irma and is almost destroyed as is the causeway, the airport and the nearby town of Moron.I have communicated with some of the staff and they are fine.A tragedy if the hotel is not returned to the same or similar condition as before the Hurricane. Agreat place.
It was my first time in Cayo Coco, Cuba and a great experience non the less. The entertainment is good. The shows are very typical. But the lounge and club at night was live. Very beautiful and there was lots of variety in the food. Due to it being a big resort sometimes the kitchen staff had a hard time keeping up with clean plates so you would have to wait a couple minutes but i tient food it much a big issue. The snack bar had hot dogs and hangers all night for those who need those midnight snacks. It was a wonderful experience all in all. Weather cooperated and the resort was clean.
Can someone post pictures for this beautiful resort. I have visited 3 times and would like to know if there was much damage at the resort once Irma went through. I say pictures of the airport and it looks like there was quite a bit of damage.
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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
- 3 meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (domestic beer and cocktails, select international brands, house wine)
- Daily activities
- Kids Club
- Non motorized water sports
- Evening entertainment
- Welcome cocktail
- Free safety deposit box
- Mini bar restocked daily with water, soft drinks and beer
- Bottle of rum (to be handed out at briefing)
- Guaranteed 3 a la carte reservations
- Separate bracelet
- Late check out (subject to availability)
- Exclusive access to Diamond Club A la Carte "Elegance Section" at the Florencia Steak House
- Personalized Check-in/ Check-out
- Distinctive Wrist Bracelet
- Early Check-in (subject to availability)
- Late Check-out
- Exclusive Beach Area
- Butler Service on Beach
- Concierge Service
- Private Access to Diamond VIP Lounge
- Luxury Amenities in room
- Beach Towels in Room
- Luxury Turndown Service
- Bathrobes in Room
- Special Daily Food & Beverage Amenities (available in lounge)
- Selected Premium Drinks Menu (available at Lobby Bar/some restrictions apply)
- 10% Discount on Spa Treatments
- Guaranteed 4 A la Carte reservations
- Exclusive area in main buffet
- 624 Rooms
- 1 Buffet and 4 a la Carte restaurants
- 1 Snack Bar
- 6 Bars
- 4 Pools
- Tennis court
- Multi-purpose court
- Fitness facilities
- Spa (fee)
- Beauty salon (fee)
- Conference Rooms (fee)
- Business center (fee)
- Internet access (fee)
- King or 2 Twin Beds
- Air Conditioned
- Hair Dryer
- Safety Deposit Box
- Satellite TV
- Private Bathroom
- Iron & Ironing board
- Garden View
- Mini bar (restocked daily)
- Room Service (fee) (from noon to midnight)
- Maximum Occupancy 4, up to 3 adults
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Memories Flamenco Beach ResortCayo Coco,Cuba
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