Delfines Hotel, Varadero Cuba. 3 stars.
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- $61.oo Per person
- Destination: Varadero
- Address: Ave. 1ra. e/ 38 y 39. Varadero Beach
- Phone: (5345) 667720
- Accept child:Yes
Description: Delfines Hotel Cuba
It is one of Varadero Beach resorts’ most historically and internationally best-known hotels, and boasts vast experience and a deeply rooted culture of welcoming visitors. Distinguished by its personalized treatment of clients and its warm, inviting, ambiance, this facility is located on the beach, in one of the most privileged areas of Varadero. 103 air-conditioned rooms with private bath, national and international telephone service and satellite TV. Others: restaurant, bar, grill, shop, currency exchange, swimming pool for children and adults, security box and tourism bureau.
Mapa de Delfines Hotel
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I would recommend this resort.
My first room, 2010, is accurately described as a dump. There were too many things wrong to list here. I don't understand why they would put anyone in such a room. I was moved to another room, 1163, and it was mostly perfect, except for the large red stain on the bedspread. I had to ask them to replace it. They don't replace the soaps or clean the glasses or counter top. But they do replace the towels every day. The toilet paper is like newspaper and there is no privacy in the bathroom. Just a half swinging door separates it from the sleeping area. The grounds very well kept. Free from litter and dead leaves. Lots of flowers and well trimmed. CUBAN BANKS DO NOT ACCEPT FOREIGN COINS. So don't take Loonies and Twoonies for tips. You can't even change them at the resort's bank. You can trade foreign paper currency, so take your fives's and ten's to exchange or I could just charge Pesos to my credit card. Also, it is good to take soaps, nail polish, lip stick, sun glasses, hats, pens, razors, crayons, colouring books,etc. to use as tips. These things are not easily available in Cuba. I went to each on the A La Carte restaurants once. They don't serve coffee there but they do at the buffet. Strange. Some items on the menu were not available, especially desserts. The food was a little better than the buffet, but the steak was like leather. The buffet was acceptable. Lots of food and lots of variety but the quality was hit and miss. The beef would be too tough to chew one night and great the next. No peanut butter or jam. The bread was excellent. Red wine excellent. Fresh squeezed orange juice for breakfast. I went on the Spectacular Sugar Express. A tour of Moron and Ciego De Avilla. Well worth the 75 Pesos. An 8 hour tour that takes in an Alligator form, sugar factory, cigar factory, museum and lunch. I had free time in each city and I was not hassled as I walked around. BEACH:- Great!!! Lots of sand and lounge chairs
Very nice persons
It is one of the most historically and internationally best-known hotels in Varadero Beach, and boasts vast experience and deeply-rooted culture of welcoming visitors. Distinguished by its personalized treatment of clients and its warm, inviting, ambiance, this facility is located on the beach, in one of the most privileged areas in Varadero. "Juan Gualberto Gómez" International Airport, 16 miles.
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