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Jun 3 - Jun 4
It is a beautiful colonial house, with big rooms and bathrooms. The owner was very kind and helpful with some ideas on what to do around. She made us some breakfast even if it was already noon because we went out the night before.
Jun 3 - Jun 4
Overall we enjoyed our stay. This is a Cuban 4* property so really more 3*. Our room was dated which i had expected as it is Cuba. The mattresses were comfortable and aircon worked well. I never got to have a hot shower the best it got for us was lukewarm. The food in the buffet was repetitive but ...
Sun, sand, and strong coffee: These are the tenets of any good trip to Cuba. Most flights land at José Martí International Airport in Havana, and from there the island is your oyster. Candy-colored buildings in Plaza Vieja will take your breath away while you sip on gigantic mojitos, and as you watch the sun set from the El Morro Fort you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a postcard. And at the end of any long, adventure-filled day, hotels in Cuba are waiting to welcome you back to an evening of relaxation. Whether you get a room with a view of the Atlantic or stay in Old Havana—where the rhythm of samba will lull you to sleep—you’ll have the getaway of a lifetime.
You can book your flight to Cuba right here on Expedia while you’re browsing our top Cuba hotels. The process of booking travel to Cuba is pretty easy, but there are a few extra steps to keep in mind.
U.S. citizens must obtain a general license to travel to Cuba—you can choose from 12 different reasons for your travel while you’re booking your ticket. Options include “support for the Cuban people” and “educational activities,” among others.
You’ll also need proof of non-U.S. health insurance, as most U.S.-based insurance companies will not cover you during your trip. Additionally, your passport must be valid for the duration of your adventure, so always check its expiration date prior to booking your flight.
Once you’ve set down your bags at one of its colorful hotels, Cuba invites you to investigate its treasures. Walk through history at Morro Castle, marvel at the architecture of the baroque Havana Cathedral, and let the mist of Turquino National Park—located in the southern tip of the country and thus the best part of a getaway within a getaway—envelop you. When you need a rest, one of the splendid hotels on the island is the best place to savor a catnap. Famous properties are taking reservations, and tons of beachside resorts offer on-site restaurants and lovely amenities.
Ready to book your Cuba hotel and journey to one of the world’s most vibrant islands? Browse all of the best hotels in Cuba right here on Expedia and find the one calling your name. Then pack your camera and your flip-flops and prepare to eat all the arroz con pollo you can handle.