Club Amigo Mayanabo
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- All Inclusive Features
Location: Beachfront, 90 minutes from Ignacio Agramonte International Airport, 90 minutes to Camaguey City.
I travel a lot and I have been going Cuba at least once every year. Last time I stayed in Mayanabo. I really loved this place. Food ,all the staffs and hotel was great in that price. I really recommend to try this hotel. I am going in October for 2 weeks and January for 2 weeks this year with friends. See you soon .Good job and thanks a lot .All the workers are really nice. Love you all
This resort was fantastic! My husband and I had such a great experience. The food had enough selections for even the picky eaters out there. The drinks were solid, and the people/ staff were wonderful! The beach....oh the beach. Definitely one of the best we've ever been to. The grounds were stunning, the pool was awesome (even though it closes pretty early in the evenings) but a nice retreat after beaching. The club next door was also a blast if you were up late and wanted to party with the locals. Overall, we highly recommend here if you want simplicity, beauty and friendliness. And don't forget to give gratuities, they really do appreciate it!
It's a really great resort in Santa Lucia Beach, the best one. Variety of foods and meals, excellent staff, extremely friendly and hospitable and the most important always there ready to help you. I highly recommend this resort and guarantee you will enjoy it.
This was our first time travelling outside of Canada--the price was incredible so we really couldn't pass it up. We had nothing to compare it to, perhaps that was a good thing. We really had a great time. The first room we were in, the air did not work so they moved us to another room down the same hallway and it worked :) Check in was quick--we came in really late so they left the buffet open for us which was really nice because we were starving by the time we go to the resort (the bus ride was about an hour and forty minutes). The rooms are basic but super clean, there was myself and my two teenage kids, so one bed pushed together and guess who got the middle! However, we made the best of it and it was fine. We did have a little fridge in the room so we would get water at one of the bars before bed and stick it in the fridge. We were in the 300 block and there is music playing until the wee hours of the morning, but we didn't mind, it didn't bother us at all.Again, we have nothing to compare it to--I was worried about the food.....but it was fine. We always found something to eat at the buffet, it was a little repetitive--but we never got sick. The fresh egg station in the morning and the pasta in the evening was perfect. I am not a coffee drinker, however I drank coffee in Cuba! It was SO good! We had some excellent servers in the meal hall, always had smiles on their faces. If we were to go again, I would bring some garlic and peanut butter and jam :)The coffee/snack bar was great, most of the time. We had one server who made incredible ice capps--only when you would tip her. One day she made us some and the next she didn't recognize us and refused to make them, they almost roll their eyes if you ask them for an ice coffee. We did have lunch there one day (hot dog and fries).We are not big drinkers, however Orlando at the beach bar made fantastic pina coladas! Orlando was so kind and seems to love his job. The beach was fantastic, clean sand--there is some sea weed that comes up on the beach and if you go to the beach early in the morning, there are workers that rake it all by hand and a tractor will come by and pick it up. The snorkelling right at the beach is great! We saw sea horses, starfish and conch shells, the sea weed houses all of these critters so we thought is was great. We talked to a fellow at the beach house and had Rico take us snorkelling out to a reef for $20 pesos each--what an awesome experience! It was a fantastic day. The only thing we didn't like was the people on the beach that are trying to sell you something, it almost seems constant--we just didn't like saying no all of the time.The grounds were so nice! My son got WAY to much sun on one of the first few days so he had to stay indoors (nothing less than 60SPF by the way--that sun is STRONG!) and my daughter and I found the Green Reading Area. This place had hammocks everywhere and was just such a nice place to read and listen to the birds. Little crabs everywhere, they were quite comical. If you don't like cats--don't go here. There are cats everywhere especially outside of the meal hall. They are not affectionate cats, very skiddish.The evening entertainment was great--the dancing shows especially. We did not really enjoy the live music as the animation team tried to get people dancing--and we do not dance :) but the dancing shows--incredible! During the day we didn't see much of the animation team as we spent most of our time at the beach when we could. However when we did see them, they catered to the young women vacationers. They do have a ping pong table that we had fun with earlier in the week, however the animation team puts everything away at a certain time in the day and then no one can use it....they should leave it out. We went back quite a bit and the equipment was never out.We met a lovely couple from Toronto who have been to the resort multiple times--they took us under their wing and took us off the resort and walked to a few of the other resorts (ROC has some really neat souvenirs) as well as they took us to the bank, which by the way is only 1 or 2 cents cheaper than the resort. It was really nice of them. They told us about the salt ponds not far from the resort where the flamingos like to hang out, so our last day we signed out the free bicycles and took a bike ride. We didn't see any flamingos, but it was neat to bike to the ponds.They do require at $15 CUC deposit per person for towels--if we were to go back, I would just bring our own.This is a really quiet resort, we got there at the end of the Cuba spring break so it was quite busy. When Sunday came around it was super quiet--which was fine by us.All in all we had a great time and would return in a heartbeat. It was a good first trip and met some really nice people.
Really enjoyed our stay at this resort with a group of 30 I brought to Cuba. Juan Carlos was extremely helpful and friendly. Working with him was a real pleasure. Looking forward to our next stay at Club Amigo.
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
- Christmas and New Year's Gala Dinners
- All drinks (International brands, Domestic beer, House Wine, 10am-12:45am)
- Sailing, Catamarans
- Pedal Boats
- Introductory scuba diving lesson
- Use of bicycles
- Exercise classes
- Spanish lessons
- Dance lessons
- Evening entertainment
- Manager's cocktail party
- 225 rooms in three 2-storey buildings
- 1 buffet restaurant
- 1 a la carte restaurant (International) (reservations and dress code in effect)
- 4 bars including Lobby bar, Beach bar, Piano bar, Pool bar
- 2 tennis courts (not lit) on-site
- Shopping on-site (Souvenir gift shop, Tobacco shop)
- Fitness facilities
- Exercise classes
- Scuba diving nearby (fee)
- 1 double bed or 2 3/4 beds
- Cable/Satellite TV
- In-room safe (fee)
- Full bathroom
- Max occ. 3 persons
For the Kids - Kids 4 to 14 enjoy supervised activities daily at the Kids' club, Babysitting service (fee), Kids' pool
Resort Location Map
Club Amigo MayanaboSanta Lucia,Cuba
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Avenida Turistica, Playa Santa Lucia 74250 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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