Club Amigo Carisol Los Corales
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OverviewThis resort is comprised of two hotels, Carisol and Los Corales which are perched on the edge of Cazonel, one of the most beautiful beaches in the region.
Location: Beachfront, 60 minutes from the airport.
This was our first vacation to Cuba. We were there in 2008, but there is no option to show that, so I am showing March 2017 instead. It was a good introduction to Cuba for our family. We did not expect a lot of our room, but were pleased with the pleasant maid and upkeep of our room. It was basic and comfortable. The food was bland, but we knew it would be. The pools were nice and the beach was a bit rocky for our tastes. The nightly entertainment on the property was great and appropriate for families.
My friend and I on a recommendation from a friend booked a week for our first Cuban experience - food and drinks food, rooms clean, safe resort. Snorkelled 6 out of the 7 days beautiful sunsets . Resort activities every day I thought the food exceeded my expectation
Flew Cubana air. Fight was fine airport was a nightmare. I booked handicapped as I had knee surgery a month prior. Wheel chair was at the plane but once inside the building, he told me to get out of the chair and left me there. I at least had a cane with me. They saw me struggling so got thru customs quickly but didn't let my husband. Waited almost 20 minutes for him to get thru. My walker was the last thing off the plane. Ride to resort was fine, check in was quick as we got a van because we were the last out of the airport. Room was where we requested. It nightime by then. This is not a disabled friendly resort. Buffet inside is 3 steps up to tables so you can only eat outside. Breakfast was very good if you got an omlette otherwise very little choices. Best lunch was the fresh pizzas but very long wait. Dinners fresh cooked meat good but not much variety from night to night. It was march break with lots of kids and they only had ice cream on the last night. Ala cartes were a joke. Indoor alacarte, you had to pay for any be erase including water, plus a green catipillar was found in the salad crawling around the plate. Everywhere was understaffed. Room were adequate and clean but air conditions very loud. The pool is the best part of this resort. Francesco is the bartender at the swim up bar and their best employee. Any other bar, if you aren't Cuban or give big tips you weren't served. Entertainment was good as well. Very tired resort, needs lots of upgrading. You even have to pay for French fries when they have them! It was cheap but still? ...we have been to Cuba about 12 times but have never had to pay for fries!
This was our 2nd trip to this hotel and we were are not returning back. The food is repetitive to the ridicule. As if chief does not know any recipes. From the same products you can cook so many different dishes, but it was the same menu every day. There is a night disco somewhere in neighborhood every Friday and Saturday that lasts until 4 or 5 am. You will not be able to sleep and hotel does not care to control the impact of it to the only hotel in the area.The coral reef is almost dead and the lagoon is almost all covered with sea weed with tons of urchins - impossible to swim in the ocean. Staff is cery friendly but there is that much they can do. The doctors are on board 24 hours but in emergency situations expect to wait for the ambulance for minimum of 2 hours. It might be dangerous for older travellers to stay in such remote location I'd emergency help is required.When we arrived within couple days 80%of the hotel guests got sick with enterovirus that speaks to the cleanliness of the kitchen.One evening a rat came to the my balcony on the 2nd floor which again speaks a lot about cleanliness of the kitchen as my building was close to the buffet. The rooms facing pool are a no-no as the music playing from 9 till end of the show in the night. You'll have no rest. Overall the hotel needs serious TLC including fixing of the beach and cleaning of the bottom of the lagoon. We will not return.
Stayed here with my 2 teenaged daughters during march break. Upon arrival I was a little worried as the hotel looked run down from the front lobby. Food was not that good, selection was very poor and nothing really changed at all from day to night. For lunch we usually ate pizza/pasta which was located beside the main restaurant, as it was the most edible, but unfortunately took the longest to get. We did eat at the Cuban restaurant which you had to make reservations for the same day as you wanted to eat. Waiting time for reservations was long, as you had to order your main course right then but only has one menu to look at. The pool was clean and Pool bar bartenders were great, Always happy and ready to serve:) The beach area was clean but small and the water only had a few openings where there was no sea grass. They did have free paddle boats and snorkeling gear to use. The room was ok, but air conditioning only had one speed and was very load. The hotel had some problems with water, there was 2 days where there wasn't any, which made for some unhappy clients. Overall you get what you pay for....
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 (domestic beer & cocktails)
- Daily activities¬†
- Nightly entertainment¬†
- 310 rooms
- 2 Buffet restaurants¬†
- Snack bar¬†
- 6 Bars¬†
- Disco (fee)
- 4 Pools (includes children's area)¬†
- Tennis courts (fee)¬†
- Dive center (fee)¬†
- Massage (fee)¬†
- Bicycles (fee)
- 2 Twin beds
- Internet access (fee)¬†
- Satellite TV¬†
- Safety deposit box (fee)¬†
- Bathroom with shower only¬†
- Max occupants 3 persons
Honeymoon Bonus - Upgrade to Sea view room, a bottle of sparkling wine, flowers and an invitation to an a la carte restaurant. Based on availability and subject to change. Request at time of booking.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
Resort Location Map
Club Amigo Carisol Los CoralesSantiago De Cuba,Cuba
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Carretera de Baconao Km 31, Santiago de Cuba Cuba
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