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Location: Beachfront, 10 minutes from Juan Vitalio Acuna International Airport, 11 minutes to Pueblo.
Ive been all over Cuba and this is the place that I want to go back every time. The beaches are paradisiac, walked for hours enjoying the sun and sea. The staff at Pelicano are amazing was treated like royalty couldn't ask for anything more. Dinaldo and Nader are the best at the Zun Zun Bar. Enjoyed my stay hope to go back soon.
This was our first time here and we love it. Definitely going back. It's like home away from home. The staff are beautiful souls♡ Bartenders Yanni, Angel and Yosvanny took great care of you at the bars. Victor at the buffet always treated us well and what can I say about the entertainment staff. Larissa and Lazardo made us feel like family. We cannot wait to go back in spring 2017. Rooms were clean and ac worked great. Amenities were on par for what to expect in Cuba. Our fridge didn't work when we checked in late at night and once we notified the front desk it was replaced the following morning. Beach was amazing. Water was a little rough but we knew that was common for the island. Great snorkeling straight out from the beach hut off the clothing optional beach. We've also been to Verdaro and found Cayo Largo to be more our pace. It's not a 24/7 party but if you are looking to relax on a great beach and meet some amazing local staff then Sol Pelicano is your place to be.I do suggest you bring some sort of bug repellant and benadryl for the after bite. I found out I am more allergic to the bug bites here. Had to go to there pharmacy to get cream and ty again she was very helpful. Beautiful souls on this island. We ♡ Cuba
3rd year going here and once again it does what you expect, staff very friendly, Food excellent, location wonderful, it's very central to everything needed and we always land lucky getting rooms on the sunset side....not a negative but observation: 1. be good to place about 3 benches across from Main entrance, as you get lots standing about here waiting on friends etc...2. Would be nice to be able to have a cup of tea/coffee after diner in evening.will be back in 2017 thanks to all at Pelicanos
In late December 2015 my wife and I went to Sol Pelicano for our fourth and last visit. I say last because the quality has deteriorated so much in each of the last two years that I don't want to waste a week's vacation when the only real redeeming quality about the place is the incredible beach.We have been to Cuba 15 times and we are aware that other 3 to 5 star resorts in this wonderful country do not have the problems getting fresh food to their customers that Pelicano's management seem to have. Canned meat, vegetables and fruit were routinely part of the buffet. Canned vegetables were served as part of the a la carte meal. In the past two years they have run out of french fries, eggs, draught beer, hot chocolate, ice cream, carbonated pop to name a few.There no longer is a pool table, unless it has been replaced. The shows at night are okay. Not my cup of tea. I think the act of having male guests dress as women is a little old and should be scrapped. What would be wrong with having a real Cuban band play each night followed by the dancers?Bugs were bad. The resort does use insecticide around 6pm to try to control the noseeums with very limited success. Some folks were unaffected while many others were sporting numerous large welts from where they had been bitten.As this was going to be out fourth visit, I e-mailed in advance and requested a room from one of two different blocks as we had paid for ocean view. Not only did I not receive a reply but the block requested was not accommodated so that we ended up with a partial view of a building and a partial view of the ocean. Room requests for a family trip during New Years 2014-15 weren't accommodated either, so I guess I shouldn't have been surprised.As repeat customers we were to be given a, "special dinner." Since we were not given this during the previous trip; in spite of frequent reminders to different management, we again had to remind the, "Customer Service," staff that we wanted to be included. I don't feel you should have to hound the staff for what you you are entitled to as a repeat customer.I cannot see a return to this resort until Sol management recognize that they may have to get creative in addressing the short falls in food supply. To those that say, "that's Cuba," I say that in my experience it hasn't been at any other Cuban resort we have been to.
This was our eighth visit to Cayo Largo and our sixth to the Sol Pelicano. Had a great time once again, largely due to the staff, who are the best we have found in all of Cuba. Special thanks to the staff of the Zun Zun snack bar, the hard-working grill chef, and the staff at El Catey lobby bar, who made our vacation very special. Congratulations and thanks to Manager Alejandro, who seems to be everywhere taking care of everything and whose pride in this resort is evident. They were closing for the season as we were leaving but rest assured we will return.
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
- 3 meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (International brands, Domestic beer, House Wine, 24 hours)
- Sailing, Hobie Cats, Windsurfing (at Sirena beach)
- Pedal Boat
- Introductory scuba diving lesson
- Tennis with instruction
- Exercise classes
- Dance lessons
- Evening entertainment
- Manager's cocktail party
- Christmas and New Year's Gala Dinners
- 307 rooms in eighteen 2 & 3-storey buildings
- 1 buffet restaurant
- 2 a la carte restaurant (Creole, International/Ranchon, Grill/BBQ)
- 3 bars including Lobby bar, Snack bar and Beach bar
- 2 outdoor pools
- 1 tennis court (fee)
- Designer boutique
- Souvenir gift shop
- Exercise classes
- Scuba diving nearby (fee)
- A range of watersports available
- Outdoor Wedding Location
- 1 king or 2 twin beds
- Cable/Satellite TV
- In-room safe
- Balcony or Patio
- Bathroom with shower
- Max occ 4 up to 3 adults
For the Kids - Kids up to 12 enjoy supervised activities daily at the Kids' club, Babysitting service (fee), Playground, Kids' pool.
Resort Location Map
Sol PelicanoCayo Largo,Cuba
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Cayo Largo del Sur Archipiélago de los Canarreos, Cayo Largo 27900 Cuba
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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