Pestana Cayo Coco
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First of all you need to bear in mind that this is Cuba not Dominican Republic or other places so standard a bit lower in general. 1) Hotel - nice, not too big, nicely decorated2) Rooms - clean but definitely need renovation as very outdated, free safe, fridge3) Main restaurant - definitely needs air conditioning4) Other restaurants and bars: pool bar, lobby bar, beach bar, snack bar, pizza bar5) Food - wide range of food: beef, lamb, pork, chicken, lots of vegetables and deserts. Unfortunately the food is quite tasteless - needs some seasoning during cooking.You can have your meat, fish or pasta freshly prepared in front of you.6) Beach - to die for! Beautiful wide beach, crystal clear azure water. Beach bar. Life guards. Beach volleyball, free water equipment including 30 mins catamaran ride.7) Pool - huge clean pool with pool bar, separate kids pool.8) Staff - very friendly and hard working, making sure you feel like VIP so please have plenty of 1 peso to tip them as they deserve it. Same as gardeners and entertainment people. 9) Entertainment - all day long at the pool, volleyball at the beach and amazing evening shows with professional dancers. Amazing kids entertainment with Nayarit - fantastic girl and special thanks for Osmay for the dancing lessons and his great personality!10) WiFi - only at the lobby and you need to pay approx £1 per hour. Weak signal11) Cuban tourist people - Cubans usually come for the weekend - very loud and quite rude. the staff is always serving them first which makes you feel you are less important. 12) Thomas Cook rep - average.13) A la carte restaurants - nothing special, tiny portions AVOID THOMAS COOK SPECIAL MEAL - awful !Excursions; Havana trip - nothing special for the prize but the tourist guide /alex was amazing!I do recommend Cuban Flavours where you visit Tabasco Plantation and can buy cigars cheaper then at the shops; sugar cane plantation and have lunch 'in the middle of the jungle''
We have just returned from 2 weeks at this hotel. Had a lovely time. Hadn't travelled to Cuba before and were fully prepared for the reputation of food being pretty poor throughout but we really were pleasantly surprised overallROOMS - clean, good air con, fridge, decent shower and black out curtains. Could maybe do with the paint touching up here and there but perfectly adequateRESTAURANT - breakfast good and varied. No issues at all. Lunch and dinner - never went hungry and if you look, lots of nice things just not necessarily what you might have back home. Enjoyed all the a la carte restaurants apart from the Carbonara!BAR - great table service, reasonable cocktails, but pre made mixes. POOL - good, not that big. Fine for thisTime of year may be an issue in fullSeasonBEACH- wow wow wow. SpectacularSERVICE- generally good throughout. Augusto in the main lobby, Saily in the a laCarte restaurant and Miguel from the entertainment team are allWorth a mention. Guest services were also very good and helpfulOverall. A lovely holiday where we met great people. There were tons of mosquitoes though so be warned. Hotel got busy at the weekends with some locals having weekends away and can imagine the service may be affected in high season when the hotelIs busier. This time of year though - great, no complaints We did the trip to Havana overnight. It's not cheap, but for us was no more expensive than a twin centre holiday really. Only this way we had the hotel of our choice where we wanted it rather than settling for a twin centre package we didn't really want. It was well worth the trip. Absolutely fantastic couple of daysFeel free to message meAnd questions
All inclusive hotelBeach is very good and clean . Guests enjoy private cabanas.Pool is large and well entertained.Food is good.A wide selection of entertainment.In addition to the main buffet restaurant there are 3 other a la carte restaurants with portuguese, cuban and italian food.Continuous and generous offer of drinksKids acivities.Lacks a discoteque
Just back from the Pestana and must say had a great time went Solo this time but there were some lovely people there from Manchester And Liverpool all seemed to have a great time.It might be that this is the quite time in Cuba but had no trouble with getting a sun bed in the shade at the pool or on the beach.The rooms were really nice had a pool side view on first floor very clean only fault is the bath is so high to get in and out of for me as only 5ft but it had a very powerful shower over the bath so worth the effort of climbing into the bath.The staff were excellent in all the restaurants and buffets.The beach is the best I have seen in Cuba (this is my 14th time) and stretches for at least a mile and all the hotels on this stretch of beach are hidden behind trees and palm trees so that when you are in the sea it look like a desert Island. Do go for a walk along the beach as there is a Pelican who must be so used to people that he walks out of the sea to have his photo taken .I loved this Hotel and all of the staff so will be back next year
We moved here after the four hours at the Colonial, which was horrible.This resort was very nice and clean. The staff were attentive.The rooms were large with lots of storage space.The beach is beautiful with lots of shady areas.The pool needs more shade and more chairs.The only small we complained about was the food, which could have been a bit better.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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- Breakfast, Lunch and dinner daily
- 2 a la carte dinners per week (reservations required)
- Selection of domestic & international drinks
- Daily sports & activity program
- Non-motorized water sports
- Nightly entertainment
- Mini Club
- 508 Rooms
- 2 Swimming pools, including kids pool
- 4 Bars
- 1 buffet and 3 a la carte restaurants
- Beach grill
- Snack bar
- Conference facilities
- Business centre
- WiFi (fee) (in lobby area only)
- Tennis courts (lit)
- Fitness facilities
- Spa (fee)
- Beauty salon (fee)
- Games room
- Table tennis
- Medical service (fee)
- Air conditioned
- 1 king or 2 3/4 beds
- Cable TV
- Hair dryer
- Mini Fridge
- Balcony or terrace
- Safety deposit box
Resort Location Map
Pestana Cayo CocoCayo Coco,Cuba
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Carretera Cayo Guillermo, km 9 1/2, 69400 Cuba
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