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  • Hotel Playa Caleta

    Playa Caleta Hotel Cuba

    • Destination: Varadero Beach
    • Address: Avenida Kawama y Final -Varadero- CUBA
    • Phone: 53 45 667120-24
    • Accept child:Yes
  • Description: Playa Caleta Hotel Cuba

    The hotel has a privileged location at the entrance of the beach resort of Varadero. It is surrounded by exuberant tropical gardens of palm and coconut trees, and has a spectacular swimming pool and a pool for children, in addition to being close to one of the region

    • Current reservation summary
    • Reservation hotel: Playa Caleta
    • Total pax: 2 Adults
    • Meal plan: All Inclusive
    • Total rooms by type: 1 Double-Standard
    • Night(s): 1 nts

    TOTAL PRICE: €154

    For dates from 03/23/2019to 03/24/2019

  • Reservation form
    For reservation over 5 room you have to contact us.


     



  • Room facilities
    110 volt power
    220 volt power
    air conditioning
    balcony or terrace
    hairdryer
    handicap facilities
    hot and cold running water
    minibar
    private bath
    safety deposit box
    Satellite TV
    telephone
  • Facilities

    24 hrs. emergency medical service, beauty salon, bell boy, board games, buffet, business centre, car parking, car rental, conference rooms, cyber cafe, disabled facilities, discotheque, grill, gym, hotel shop, laundry & dry cleaning service 24 hrs., luggage storage, massage, money exchange, motorized water sports, multi-language staff, no smoking rooms, Piano bar, post office, Reception 24 hrs., room services 24 hrs., safety deposit box in room, satellite tv, sauna, scuba diving center, Solarium, swimming pool, taxis, tennis courts, theme Restaurants, tourism bureau,

    • Airports next to Playa Caleta Hotel
    • Varadero Airport

      Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport was built in 1989 and inaugurated by Fidel Castro,[3] thus replacing the old Varadero airport located in Santa Marta, currently known as Kawama Airport. The airport was named after a journalist, fighter for the Cuban Independence and black rights activist in Cuba Juan Gualberto Gómez (1854–1933). The terminal building has shops for tourists (including rum, cigars, T-shirts, books, carvings, pharmaceuticals), a large departures lounge cafeterias and a VIP lounge. A VIP card is available by paying $30/person to the local tour company representative. This allows the departing passenger to bypass the queues for check-in, have an agent take your departure tax to the correct official for you, and bypass any lines for passport control. The passenger is then taken to the VIP lounge which provides free food and drink (including alcoholic beverages).[4] The ground handling equipment is imported mainly from North America. There are four jet bridges, but air stairs are used for the remaining aircraft parking spaces on the apron by the terminal. Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport (IATA: VRA, ICAO: MUVR), formerly known as Varadero Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Varadero), is an international airport serving Varadero, Cuba and the province of Matanzas. The airport is located closer to the city of Matanzas than to Varadero. The closest airport to Varadero is Kawama Airport. In 2009, the airport handled 1.28 million passengers,[2] making it the second busiest airport in Cuba after José Martí International Airport in Havana.

    • Car rental offices next to Playa Caleta Hotel
    • Hotel kawama

      Calle 1ra. Reparto Kawama. Varadero
      045614574

      Hotel Acuazul

      Avenida 1ra y Calle 13. Varadero
      045614848

      Hotel Sunbeach

      Calle 17, entre 1ra y 3ra. Varadero
      045614727

      Hotel Mar del Sur

      Ave 3ra y Calle 30. Varadero
      045611469

      Hotel Herradura

      Ave de la Playa, entre 35 y 36. Varadero
      045667919

    • Restaurants next to Playa Caleta Hotel
    • Kiki's

      Ave. 1ra. y Calle 6, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 614115 2km 226m

      Castel Nuovo

      1ra. Ave. y Calle 11, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 667786 (5345) 667786 2km 547m

      Lai lai

      Ave. 1ra. y Calle 18, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 667793 2km 988m

      La Vicaria

      Ave. 1ra. y Calle 38, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 614721 4km 555m

      Bodegon Criollo

      Ave. Playa y Calle 40, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 667784 4km 733m

      Antiguedades

      1ra y 56 Parque Josone Varadero. Cuba
      53 45 667329 6km 026m

      Dante

      Parque Josone, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 667228 6km 030m

      1946

      Hotel Cuatro Palma Varadero beach. Cuba
      +53 45 667040 6km 410m

      Casa del Queso

      Ave. 1ra. y Calle 64, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 667747 6km 430m

      Chez Plaza

      Plaza America, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (53 45) 668181 11km 045m

    • Currency Exchange next to Playa Caleta Hotel
    • Hotel Coral Sirenas - Varadero

      Calle 129 Edif.13 plantas No.1 (20201) e/ 202 y 204, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 666070 8km 189m

      Hotel Las Américas

      Calle 4ta. esq. a 7ma., Rpto. Vista Alegre
      (5322) 687136 10km 589m

    • Clinics next to Playa Caleta Hotel
    • SPA Club Plaza America

      Centro de Convenciones, Carretera Las Americas. Varadero. Cuba
      (5345) 667881 11km 045m

    • Drugstores next to Playa Caleta Hotel
    • International Drugstore Plaza América

      Centro de Convenciones, Carretera Las Américas, Varadero Beach. Cuba
      (5345) 668042 11km 045m


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      • birdsofafeather1
        Carmen Gloria
        Review about Playa Caleta Hotel
        Average Average

        Varadero is amazing
        The hotel has a privileged location at the entrance of the beach resort of Varadero. It is surrounded by exuberant tropical gardens of palm and coconut trees, and has a spectacular swimming pool and a pool for children, in addition to being close to one of the region's best beaches, with fine sand and crystal-clear water. The hotel is at walking distance from Varadero's shopping area and terraces. It is at a 25-minute drive from "Juan Gualberto Gómez" International

      • birdsofafeather1
        dorila
        Review about Playa Caleta Hotel
        Average Average

        They will be better
        This was our second visit to this resort and this is my second review, the first one being March 2006. We went back to the Blau because we had such a great time on the first trip and made some really good friends with several of the staff. Our room was in one of the blocks with an ocean view and as usual it was clean, tidy and served it's purpose. There was some minor chips to the bath and the sealant around the bath could do with replacing, but nothing that spoiled our holiday. The location of the room meant that we didn't get any sun on the balcony in the afternoon which was disappointing. A number of people, particularly those staying in the blcok where reception is located, were complaining of having no hot water in our first week. This never effected us and we always had loads of hot water and good pressure. The food was generally pretty good, there have been some improvements in the buffet since our previous visit. There was a carvery most nights with really good roast meats. Some nights it was just one type other nights it was a selection of different meats, lamb, beef. pork, chicken. The cooked veg selection was also better. Yes, sometimes there was a shortage of plates and some people got really wound up about it. Just ask the staff and fresh plates will be brought out, it may take 5 or ten minutes before they appear but so what. Chill out, relax and stop stressing, that's what this place is all about and remember you are on Cuban time!!!! Just one disappointing note for those who have been before. The seafood restaurant is no longer located alongside the lagoon, it is now at the rear of the buffet building. Unfortunately, the atmosphere is not so good and Liber's bar is no more This was our second visit to this resort and this is my second review, the first one being March 2006. We went back to the Blau because we had such a great time on the first trip and made some really good friends with several of the staff. Our room was in one of the blocks with an ocean view and as usual it was clean, tidy and served it's purpose. There was some minor chips to the bath and the sealant around the bath could do with replacing, but nothing that spoiled our holiday. The location of the room meant that we didn't get any sun on the balcony in the afternoon which was disappointing. A number of people, particularly those staying in the blcok where reception is located, were complaining of having no hot water in our first week. This never effected us and we always had loads of hot water and good pressure. The food was generally pretty good, there have been some improvements in the buffet since our previous visit. There was a carvery most nights with really good roast meats. Some nights it was just one type other nights it was a selection of different meats, lamb, beef. pork, chicken. The cooked veg selection was also better. Yes, sometimes there was a shortage of plates and some people got really wound up about it. Just ask the staff and fresh plates will be brought out, it may take 5 or ten minutes before they appear but so what. Chill out, relax and stop stressing, that's what this place is all about and remember you are on Cuban time!!!! Just one disappointing note for those who have been before. The seafood restaurant is no longer located alongside the lagoon, it is now at the rear of the buffet building. Unfortunately, the atmosphere is not so good and Liber's bar is no more !!!! ;-(. He now works in the lobby bar. As I have already said Liber's bar is no more and he is now lcoated in the lobby bar. I personally don't think this bar is the greatest idea any one ever had. Too many of the staff use it through the day and this can mean waiting to get served. Although, it is management policy that they DO NOT use this bar, they ignore that rule. It wasn't 24 hour when we there, only La Placita was open 24 hours. This is the small outside bar located adjacent to the buffet building. The piano bar was quite good some nights and other nights it was completely dead. The beach was great as usual. The majority of days it was windy but the breeze stops you from over heating and can create some great waves which are fun for messing around in. Note - this is not a great beach for young children, there can be a bit of an undertow in the water and the waves can get quite rough. There were jelly fish but we never got stung by them and they weren't really an issue for us. We didn't really spend anytime around the pool. It was being repainted while we were there and one half was closed for one week and the other half closed the week after. The animation staff are great but for me I don't want Butlins style entertainment. I make my own entertainment and loud music and games are not what I was there for. In the 2nd week of our stay there were less than 150 people at the hotel and in the 3rd week this dropped to just over 100. The service in the buffet wasn't always as good as it could be and several people did get quite angry and annoyed by slow service, lack of plates, waiting for things to be cooked. Also, the food in some of the restaurants was not up to par on some of the nights we went. As the hotel was so quiet a lot of the main staff took their 2 week holiday during this time, meaning that a lot of the staff were students and trainees. As we had been before we were able to see past this sort of thing but for those coming for the first time it didn't give the best impression. We will definitely go again but I don't think we would go at the same time of year. The weather wasn't so predictable, we did have rain and it was overcast on a few days although the coolest day was still 27 in the shade. The other half of the complex was undergoing major works and it looks likely that this half will reopen in 2008. I suspect that when it does they will close the other half for renovation. I just hope it doesn't take as long, 7 years !!!! Anyone going to Cuba needs to bear in mind that in world terms this is a Third World country and they have an attitude to life that is a mixture of Carribean and Spanish, very laid back and everything tomorrow !! ;-) Just go there to relax and unwind and don't expect European or North American - rush rush rush and you will love it.