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#5 Gran Muthu Imperial
#5 Gran Muthu Imperial
Cayo Coco
Cuba
185 reviews
Amazing trip
I love my stay at the Gran Muthu Imperial. This was my first time at an adults-only resort, and I recommend it, especially if you want to relax. If you are looking for lots of entertainment, this is not the place. There are some at the pools and in the lobby at night. The nightly shows start late (9:30 pm), so I would have preferred they start earlier. The staff was truly very nice and welcoming. We had the best waiter at the Buffet (Ernesto). The view from the pools (especially the infinity pool) was amazing. Had an ocean view from my room and it was great. The food well, they do their best with what they can get and I'm fine with that. I'm not a picky eater. If you are coming to Cuba with high expectations, then don't bother. However, the Cuban people and the beaches are worth it. The ham and cheese sandwiches at the Snack Bar were very good. Needless to say that is what we had for most of our lunches. The omelets, waffles and pancakes at the buffet for breakfast were great. Not much to do around the resort although there is a small market at the resort next to ours (Gran Muth Cayo Guillermo – family resort) and there is also a bus that takes you to the market in Cayo Coco. Playa Pilar was beautiful. The beach at the resort is not that bad. I have read some negative comments, but I thought it was fine. You can access it to the left of building 5. It is rocky at first so you need some water shoes and if you keep walking you are good. We did 2 catamaran excursions: the day one and the sunset one. Simply AMAZING! Best catamaran runs I have done in all my travels so far. We got the same boat for both excursions, the Kon Tiki. That crew was so much fun. The sunset from the evening run was beautiful. Muchas gracias to Alex, Angel, and Johnny from the Kon Tiki. All in all, this was a great stay. The most relaxing vacation I have had to date. I do recommend this resort. The staff work hard to keep it nice and clean.
#8 Memories Flamenco Beach Resort
#8 Memories Flamenco Beach Resort
Cayo Coco
Cuba
1182 reviews
Second visit and not disappointed
Here is a review of the week of Jan 7-14, 2023 at Memories Flamenco. Overall, it was a great week and even if there are some occasional shortages, like just two or three types of juices one day, no big deal and there is plenty of alcohol, pretty much all types. PLENTY of food and the taste is great. Big improvement since Jeorge the Food Manager is always there and it shows by the quality of food, which was great for Cuba. Best thing is to check the pictures I attached and see for yourself. And a few IMPORTANT points to keep in mind and you'll see how much you're getting for your money as part of the all inclusive package, especially at Flamenco: - for most Canadian flights, you're actually getting between 6-9 hours back and forth, which itself it is a nice trip that costs around 500$-600$ - all meals for 7 days, including à la carte restaurants - great choice of alcohol including Rhum Gin Vodka Whisky Scotch Brandy Liquor Creams Wine Champagne Beer and many other types and cocktails. And if you took the Diamond Club upgrade, additional premium drinks like Glenlivet 1824, 7years old Rhum, Jameson, Ballentines etc. Special dinners as well, and separate restaurant. - a nice coach bus ride to see the area from the airport to the hotel - prosciutto and great selection of cheese from Europe - great shows every night including some like Magic Show or retro that you'll easily pay 50$ in Canada to see - great coffee and specialty coffee - clean rooms with cold AC, mini bar - insane beaches - free catamaran ride which again could easily be over 50$ - free wifi - free pedal boat rental and I could continue.... On top of these you see different places and cultures. So for fun add a reasonable price for everything you get and you'll see that 750$ to 1100$ depending of the departure city/time of the year etc, which is what most people pay it is a real bargain to be at Flamenco. We should be grateful that we have access to these types of trips at such low costs and appreciate the efforts that locals are doing to please tourists. Would I go back? Sure and not the first time going back to Flamenco. Thank you to everyone at the hotel for doing your best!
#14 Grand Aston Cayo Paredon Beach Resort
#14 Grand Aston Cayo Paredon Beach Resort
Cayo Coco
Cuba
13 reviews
Big disappointment!
Hi! I've been traveling with my spouse and 2 kids under 12. It was not our first time in Cuba, but it was definitely the worst one The hotel is brand new, modern and everything was functional.... except very bad management that made our stay miserable! 1. Beach - nice and clean. Always enough chairs and spots in shade. We expected some water sports, but nothing was available. 2. Pools - nice and clean pools. Separate family section with 3 pools. Great when traveling with very young children. 3. Room - We reserved a family room with 2 beds. Beds are very small, too small for 2 people. Watch out if you are traveling with older kids as 1 room may not be enough. Also, bring your own pillows - each bed have 1 very thin and long pillow. 4. Wi-Fi - it is available and free... however you need to find a spot were your device can actually catch it. Good luck! 5. Location - far from other hotels. About 30 min drive to Cayo Coco. If you whish to go shopping (store is not yet opened in the hotel) or eat elsewhere, taxi charges 200CAD for a trip to Cayo Coco. 6. Entertainment - during the day a strict minimum: volleyball at the beach, 30 min of dance lessons at the pool, 15 min kids games. Evening entertainment even worse. A group of 5 dancers performs 30 min in a lobby bar (the same group every evening, even on New Years Eve). It seems the hotel did not sign contracts with other groups yet, as the hotel is far away from other hotels and nobody wants to come. Moreover, the hotel has no theater or place for bigger evening shows, so I do not believe it will ever have good shows. During our stay everything happened in the crowded lobby bar. If you count on entertainment - this is not your hotel! 7. Restaurants a la carte - difficult to have an opinion, as they were opened only 1 evening during our stay. We have tried the Mexican one. Degustation menu without any choice, not impressive, but it is Cuba. Finally, we ended at the snack bar as kids were hungry. Why the restaurants were closed 5 of 6 evenings - no staff to work there (official response I got from the restaurant manager, Hector) 8. Buffet - nightmare! We knew that we are going to Cuba and we did not expect much in matter of food variety. The only vegetables we got were green tomatoes and sauerkraut. Very limited fruit, no fresh cocktails, poor deserts... meat shortage, basically no seafood, French fries only once!... still, all that was not as disappointing as the bad management and the time we have waisted in lines in the buffet!!! Lines to get, eggs, pasta and pizza. Be patient, or be 30min before opening... otherwise 1 hour waiting in line to order a pizza!!!! There were days that show cooking counters were closed, so pizza or pasta were not even available. Beach bar served lunch few times, but no rules there - today it is opened, tomorrow it is closed! Snack bar - another option, very limited menu (burgers, sandwich, fries), kids liked it... unfortunately, again, 1 hour to receive the order (4 burgers and fries)! So, either eat before others, either scarify 2-3 hours per day to have that egg or pasta or pizza or a burger that your kid wishes to have. We have complained several times to the management and our agency representative. No response, no improvement, no compensation. The only explanation I got: the hotel did not hire enough people!... but still... we have paid for it, and they knew we are arriving... I do not recommend this hotel!
#17 Hotel Playa Coco
#17 Hotel Playa Coco
Cayo Coco
Cuba
812 reviews
Another fantastic vacation!
Arrived to the hotel after a short bus transfer from the airport. The reception staff were professional and very friendly. Great service from Will the bus boy to take me and my luggage to my room. The room was spacious and clean with ocean views overlooking the quiet pool. My maid Irma was great! The lobby bar service was great! Yarimi makes the best coffees in the morning. The lobby is a great comfortable space to meet other guests and enjoy entertainment as well. The pools are great with afternoon entertainment but I prefer the beautiful beach! Ale was there each morning to help me with the selecting my chair. Again friendly and professional. Alejandro who is part of the entertainment staff took me fishing twice! What a great experience! The nightly entertainment was great! The dancers are so good. They really seem to love what they do! The food at the buffet and alacartes was great! The fresh baked bread is such a treat! The cooks at the buffet were great. Hats off to Elisebell who makes the best omelettes! The managers were exceptional, from Sahily who made sure I had the room I wanted to Adriana who made sure I was comfortable being a guest who is single. I felt very safe and always in good company. Also Idel who welcomed me back with a bottle of rum in my room for being a returning guest. Always checking on me to make sure I was having a great vacation. All the staff treat you like family and I can't wait to go back!

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