Club Amigo Costasur
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We stayed there 4 nights at the end of our backpack tour around Cuba and it is alright. The food is always the same, drinks are strong but very sweet (as is everything else somehow). If you want to relax and go for a few snorkeling tours or walks, it's good...however, we were so bored after 2 days by everything and everyone, we ended up going to Trinidad for a change and in scenery and cuisine.
After 3 weeks of traveling along Cuba we wanted to chill out and relax. We spent our last 4 nights in a bungalow which was big,cleaned every day,close to the sea but still-I hate cockroaches! Hotel staff was so-so,some friendly,some quite arrogant. Food was nightmare. Despite all inclusive we preferred to eat outside. Lunch,dinner,you don't see any difference. Everyday the same,everything tastes the same. Cocktails are too sweet,beer Cristal. Don't forget to take a plastic bottle if you want some water to your room,they have only small plastic cups. Beach was nice. Bit boring but ok.It's a foot base if you want to snorkel along Peninsula Ancon or spend a day in Trinidad. Don't forget repellent!
Club Caracol Trinidad CubaMe and my family with our daughters family spent some days at the beach of Club Caracol Trinidad this year. We can strongly recommend the beach and its peninsula perfect for our grandchildren. Next time we will stay in the nice bungalows close to the beach. If You ever go there, You must visit the little Bar Caracol at the end of the bungalow row! The man in charge - Adonis, is the King of Mojitos! So very nice and friendly, a very funny and cunning bartender! It really was a memorable stay!Ronny CarlssonBielkenstiernas väg 6176 76 JÄRFÄLLASWEDEN
Well located hotel next to the beach: bungalows are actually on the beach (we were in number 415). Our bungalow had 3 beds, arranged in two areas/rooms, separated by a half-height door. Food is quite good if you go for the chef station, the soups, the rice, the fruit, the eggs and the drinks. I think the worst part is the vegetables; there is also quite a bit of repetition. The hotel's seafront has many rock pools with crystal clear water where you can see pretty tropical fish. There are impressive crabs of all sizes crawling about through the day and night, which our boys found fascinating. The hotel beach forms a kind of sea pool with very small waves, which younger children will appreciate. Staff were friendly, and Wi-Fi was available most days (as in the rest of Cuba, you have to get a card for 2 CUC for one hour). Taxi to Trinidad was 8 CUC and took about 15-20mins. Our main negative comment would be the annoying flies let in by the cleaner into our bungalow every day: I hope they will sort this out soon.
We stayed here for two nights having spent 2 nights in a lovely homestay in Trinidad. The hotel itself is about a 25 minute walk to Playa Ancon itself - which wasn't amazing and the beach at the hotel is nice and private. The hotel itself is an awful concrete construction which follows the theme in this part of Cuba. The hotel staff were unfriendly and grumpy - this was from the reception staff to the barmen. We had a Bungalow instead of a room within the concrete block. This was nice - if a little basic. We found dead cockroaches in most corners and under the bed. The bungalows were big and were close to the sea. The swimming pool was ok and the poolside restaurant was awful serving the classic Cuban cuisine of chips or pizza. We had the all inclusive passes for our time there. But it was a complete waste of time. The food in the hotel restaurant was shockingly bad. It was a large buffet of mostly inedible food. Flies swarmed on most of the food and ice cream sat out melting. We literally ate rice and bread during out stay and when you looked around most people were doing the same. The breakfast in the mornings was just as bad. But this goes for most places we stayed at in Cuba. Overall the hotel was pretty bland and uninspiring and we would've definitely rather have stayed in a homestay or a smaller personal hotel. This was supposed to be the luxury part of the Trinidad leg of our journey. Unfortunately luxurious it wasn't.
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- 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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Club Amigo CostasurCienfuegos,Cuba
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Playa Maria Aguilar, Playa Ancon Cuba
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