Pestana Cayo Coco
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We were at Pestana in May 2017. It was a low season and the resort was probably at 40% of its capacity. No lines anywhere, no problems with swimming pool chairs. However I should say the size of the pool is quite small and it probably gets really busy at the peak season. The resort itself is nicely laid out and small. Everything is in a few minutes walking distance. It is a quiet place, not for parties or crazy night live, but for relaxation. We enjoyed it a lot. The food was good. Nothing fancy, but good natural food. I absolutely love Cuban bread; it actually reminds me the one my grandmother used to bake in her own old style brick stove. I cannot comment on restaurants or night entertainment, we have small kids and were back to our rooms before it would start.The beach was absolutely stunning! Quiet, turquoise, warn water! We spent a lot of time collecting little shells and playing with the sand. I should mention the sand has lots of tiny shells’ part, so be careful walking barefoot.
In a coner of a paradise there u will find Cayo coco however the hotel requires little bits of improvements like tea spone in the room as i took some icecream from the restaurant and had to throw it as they didnt alow me to take a spone. Apart from that really lovely place beautiful clean and resonable price. See u soon Cayo coco again maybe pestana too...
I have been to Pestana from may 13 to the 20th , my first time in this hotel, since we took off late for Montreal we arrived late so no open restaurant beside the snack bar near the lobby, some fresh fries did the trick. I got a room in block 2 , not what I requested from my agency, I need one kind bed got double, they said come back tomorrow at 10, I did and got block 10 , far but quite, didn't mind because the balcony was way better than the previous block they have walls, I got bars so much brighter and spacious and honestly perfect view! Went to Cayo coco for the amazing beach and never expected great food, I always find something to eat, fruits and fish and I am happy, but this one was a bit disappointing, shrimp over cooked all the time.... the bananas are just delicious it helps to have some extra if you don't want to bother going all the way back to the buffet at lunch time, you can enjoy the beach which was amazing and beautiful, I enjoyed my morning walks every morning at 7 am.The staff is just great all of them, Miguel at animation made sure to get you involved in all activities... very friendly.At costumer service you have Ubisnel, best of all, he will do everything for you to make sure you're stay is the way you expect it to be, you can ask him anything you want, he will make sure to provide, always smiling and take his job really seriously! But then again, they all smiled at you and greed you with Ola, Mosquitoes are the worst and there is nothing you can do about it, you can take whatever repellent you might have after bite some Aloe vera, get something really strong with you, some allergy medication, band aids, you might get cut while walking in the water because of the shells.
We've travelled to the destination with Thomas Cook. Arrived the hotel on 30th Aug between 4-5pm. The animation team welcomed us with Cuban dance and song. Initially we have been directed to the room which looked like Irma was already there. Went back to the reception and got a key to another room. This one looked much better. Let me start from bright sides :- fantastic wide beach with white sand. Clear blue water in the sea. - free catamarans and water bikes for hire. - plenty of sunbeds - nice entertainment . Good professional animation team. hmmm...that is it :0(average :- room bit vintage but fairly clean with good aircon. - nice green area with plenty of trees . - quite nice staff . But without any fireworks. below expectations :- food wise: for someone who visited i.e. Dominican Republic the food in Pestana reminds poor 1 star hotel restaurant. In example the only tomato I have seen was a on the ketchup label. No fresh vegetables , very poor chioce of fruits , salads etc. Everyday the same . The main restaurant had an aircon for first 5 days. Last couple of days before evacuation there was very hot and when I went to ask why they shown me the aircon panel with temp set on 33 degree! TBH outside was cooler ! I thought to myself well... if the food is crap I should be able to at least eat this in nice environment. But Thomas Cook rep brought me down on the ground saying " we should not upset Cubans" - drinks - soft drinks I limited myself just to the pure cold water. No fresh juices or even lemon made the alcohol drinks taste horrible. - swimming pool. OMG ! One swimming pool with min depth 0.25m to max depth 1.25m definitelly not for swimming . The second one was with the bar. I never ever will understand why this has been invented to let people have a drinks in the swimming pool? They are standing or sitting in the water, drinking , smoking and... peeing into the pool!!! Whilst the other are bathing and diving ! That is disgusting !I wouldn't even put my foot there. Fortunately the sea was very calm and good for swimming. After 7 days the hurricane Irma interrupted our stay in Pestana. We have been evacuated to Varadero on Thursday. On Friday night Irma arrived to Cayo Coco and distroyed the hotel. We are very sorry , honestly. We have been accommodated in Star Fish hotel in Varadero. But this is a different story.
Was in here from 27/08/2017 for 10 days untill we were moved to veredero for the huricane irma.. What can i say my happy place is cuba and this is one of them... Perfect every1 so helpfull.. Pool spotless bars clean and friendly and quite a large complex.. Hoping to go back next yr if up and running again
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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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