Club Amigo Costasur
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Our tour group stayed at this hotel for two nights while we toured around Cienfuegos and Trinidad. The room that I had was quite large for a solo traveler and I had a beachfront view from the 2nd Floor. Unfortunately, I could not see the beach due to the trees planted along side of the hotel wing. The bathroom was quite small and one has go in and close the door in order to access the toilet. Also, the lighting is too dim and I would hate to take a shower late at night, since the shower stall gets real dark when you close the shower door. The beach is just a short walk from the tower that I was in and it looked like a real nice place to crash. I am not a water person, so I did not go into the water at all. There are bungalows adjacent to the beach, and those units must be the best due to their location.The restaurant is buffet style and the room is usually full as soon as it opens. Since there is no other hotel close by, most of the people in the hotel end up eating at the same place. I waited for awhile after the restaurant opened and the place didn't appear to be so crowded. The food is plentiful and fairly good tasting. I really enjoyed the ice cream as I had one that looked like mango and was really good.
Our grand children ( 6,3,and one year) just want to come back for next year recess. Thebeach natural pool is excellent and safe for kids, the staff very nice with kids and their requests for drinks! It is our fifth stay and the improvements are noticeable, beds, food,maintenance. The staff is as always very serviceable and smiling.Thanks to every one.
We had a bungalow just yards from the beach front. Very quiet, food was good, the shows were fun Lazaro, the beach bartender always came up with winner drinks not always on the menu. Loved my daily cappuccino and brandies. Available as early as u are
My wife and I stayed at the Costa Sur for two weeks in February 2017. It was our second 2-week stay there. This is a lovely Cuban resort but what sets it apart from most others is the unique and wonderful beach.If you measure a resort by the whiteness and length of the beach, this may not be for you, but read on..............The beach is protected by a 'seawall' of natural rocks so it is very safe to swim in, for people of all ages. There are no huge waves, or undercurrents, just a nice area to swim, wade, snorkel, and enjoy. The Trinidad area is almost always reliably hot, which is what most want when they go to a Cuban beach resort (but won't necessarily get in other areas of Cuba!).Add to this the view of the mountains just beyond Trinidad, and the most amazing sunsets....................it's a great beach area!So that's the 'beach' question! The other thing most asked about or commented on (by food 'experts' no doubt!) is 'how about the food'?There is lots of food, lots of choices, lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, lots of beverages and lots of variety. What more could you ask for? A couple of times they had an excellent turkey right out of the oven. And a beautiful roast beef. And so much delicious, fresh-caught fish. Many times my wife and I commented on the food............'this is delicious'!Sure there are waits at times, but the resort is popular and busy. And the staff handles things quite well.We also recommend the à la carte restaurant. It's a class act with very good food dishes, including amazing pizzas!There are three levels of accommodations. The 'standard', the 'oceanview' (but the standard rooms also have an ocean view!) and the bungalows. We had the bungalow both times, and while more expensive, they are wonderful. Roomy, and right on the beach!Overall the resort is well managed, not too noisy and kept clean.Some miscellaneous points:The nearby city of Trinidad is a must-see. It just had its 500th anniversary and carries much charming and beautiful architecture and character. There are many good restaurants now and some good night-life clubs.There are ‘excursions’ to the mountain, but we opted for a private ‘taxi’. A great way to go and our driver was from the mountain town. We had considered a car rental, but I’m glad I did not have to drive the mountain road!For bird enthusiasts (birders and/or photographers) there are some interesting birds near the resort. At the resort I saw the Cuban Emerald hummingbirds, Cuban blackbirds, several varieties of warblers, among others, and along the beach area you will likely see the Anhingas, perhaps some Frigatebirds, etc. Along the main highway to the three Ancon resorts there are several tidal flats and ponds. I saw (and photographed) many Egrets, several varieties of herons, Black Necked Stilts, Sandpipers and a dowitcher.There are no bicycles or motor-scooters available at the Costa Sur. However, I was able to rent a motor-scooter for ten days with the assistance of the hotel public-relations representative, Liyenis. Liyenis is a great resource (and lovely person!) who can assist with any concern you may have (when she is not responding to TripAdvisor comments!!).So many people reading these reviews get caught up on the 'star' ratings. Well, this is not a 5-star resort. You may choose to go to one if that is what you desire! (It is very likely that dropping your 'standards' for star ratings you may be able to afford to stay another week with the savings!). A very telling indicator of a resort's attraction and true value is returning and long-stay clients. While we were there we met folks staying 2 weeks, 3 weeks (both durations with clients from Europe included!), a couple staying 5 weeks, and another client staying 2 months. Plus, there are clients who have been returning for over 20 years!!!! Obviously, the food, service(s), beach, and true value is there for many. We plan to return.
This was my first visit to the area of Trinidad and I intend to revisit soon. The Club Amigo Costasur is a nice resort, located close to the city of Trinidad. My bungalow was clean, had comfortable beds, and I always had hot water for showers. The resort staff was friendly and always helpful. The buffet restaurant had a pretty good food selection - I would have preferred real coffee for breakfast (rather than the self-serve pushbutton machine type) but that is really my only complaint. This was my fifth trip to the island so I know to not set my expectations terribly high; however, I thoroughly enjoyed the Club Amigo Costasur!
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- Items of a personal nature
- 3 Meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (domestic beer & cocktails)
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- Pedal Boats
- 131 rooms
- 1 Buffet
- 1 a la carte (Seafood/Italian)
- Snack bar
- Tennis courts
- Games room
- 2 Twin beds
- Satellite TV
- Max occupancy 3 (no more than 2 adults)
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Resort Location Map
Club Amigo CostasurCienfuegos,Cuba
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Playa Maria Aguilar, Playa Ancon Cuba
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