Melia Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Melia is a paragon of hospitality in Santiago de Cuba. Located in the buzzing heart of Cuba’s second largest city, this 302-room hotel offers six different restaurants and three bars – not to mention three swimming pools perfect for cooling off in the Caribbean sun. The rooms have a modern feel and offer air conditioning, LCD TV, hair dryer, and minibar, as well as striking panoramic views from one of the highest points in the city. When it’s time to leave the comfortable confines of this Superior First Class hotel, you are just a short distance from some of the city’s best attractions, including Tropicana Santiago, San Pedro de la Roca del Morro Castle, and more.
Paradisus Rio de Oro
This hotel, which is surrounded by beaches and the lush tropical forest of Bahia de Naranjo, lives up to the paradise in its name. With seven restaurants and five bars on site, you’ll never want for excellent food and drink, and the botanical garden offers a relaxing place from which to take in views of the sea and the local birdlife. The 354 rooms of this eco-resort are well appointed with satellite TV, minibar, coffee-maker, private bath, and balcony/terrace. There is also a host of facilities designed to make your stay even better, including a beauty salon, fitness center, pool, access to the beach, and more.
Gran Hotel Camaguey
Built in 1939, this refined and sober hotel is situated in the old quarter of the city and prides itself on its cozy rooms and excellent service. Nearby sites of interest include the town's old quarter, Santa Lucia beach, Cayo Sabinal, and Sierra de Cubitas mountain. The Gran Hotel offers a restaurant, bar, snack bar, grill, piano bar, swimming pool, medical services, post office, shop, safe, currency exchange desk, and tourism desk.
The Hotel Jagua
is set in a quiet residential section of the Punta Gorda neighborhood, overlooking Cienfuegos Bay. After a recent complete renovation, the Jagua
now evokes the classic mid-century modern style in which it was originally built in 1959. Rooms are spacious and bright, with air-conditioning, private tiled baths, sliding glass doors overlooking the gardens or bay, and in-room safes. On the spacious main lobby floor there is a full bar and open seating areas. The Jagua
offers two restaurants, a large pool, patios, a bar, and snack bar. Directly across the grounds is the historic Palacio del Valle, noted for its popular restaurant, piano bar, and rooftop bar.
Located in the Vedado district in Havana, the high-rise Melia Cohiba
is just a short stroll from the Malecón, Havana’s famous seafront promenade. Rooms are modern and up to date, with air-conditioning, coffee maker, minibar, phone, in-room safe, and cable/satellite television. There are numerous dining and cocktail opportunities at the hotel, ranging from the casual to the elegant. Cigar aficionados will find a cigar room for sampling some of Cuba’s finest. Just off the marble lobby is the Habana Café nightclub, a lively venue that creates an atmosphere reminiscent of the city’s 1950s heyday, and features top Cuban bands and cabaret shows. Other amenities on site include a health club, spa, hot tub, and outdoor pool, as well as a currency exchange, gift shop, laundry and dry cleaning, and room service.
Atton Brickell Miami Hotel
Located in the upscale Brickell neighborhood of downtown Miami, this superb new hotel is the place to stay in Miami. Combining modern design and Latin flair, the Atton offers comfortable, elegant accommodations and top-notch service, with easy access to Downtown Miami’s outstanding shopping, eclectic dining and nightlife scene, world-class art, and much more.