Cuba is the largest island of the Caribbean archipelago, with Atlantic Ocean beaches to the north and Caribbean Sea beaches to the south. There are hotels in Cuba to suit even the most discerning traveller. You can travel to Havana, Varadero or Santiago in complete luxury and style.
Havana has a variety of hotels aimed at city breakers or those visiting for just a few days. The most famous is the Hotel Nacional on the Malecon, which boasts a seafront location and luxury facilities.
Varadero is a purpose-built resort area with lots of all-inclusive Cuba hotels from well-known brands. Here you will find Iberostar, Sol Melia, Riu, Sandals, Tryp, Be Live, Mercure and others. In addition, there are a variety of Cuban joint ventures such as Cubanacan and Cayo Coco. Cayo Coco is renowned for its tropical-island beaches and high-end resorts. Alternatively, choose Holguin and Camaguey for northern coast beaches. For the urban explorer, Santiago is a city that's famed for its music and colonial history.
Hotels in Cuban resorts are often all-inclusive, offering a full range of facilities from water sports to spas and kids' clubs as well as entertainment and restaurants. It's ideal if you don't want the extra pressure of cooking and organising activities while you are away. City hotels tend to be sold on a room-and-breakfast basis.
Cuba is a dream location when it comes to a holiday in the sun. It has everything on offer, from a rich cultural history to thrilling water sports and relaxing spas. If you are looking to explore, take a tour of the country's tobacco plantations. Or just laze on the beautiful beaches with a mojito or daiquiri if you'd rather not lift a finger. The islands benefit from year-round sun so Cuba is worth a visit at any time of the year. But for avid party goers, the Havana Carnaval and Santiago de Cuba festival take place in July, so don't miss out on the chance to let your hair down.
In the capital, Havana, you will find an array of beautiful historic Spanish colonial buildings, as well as evidence of the 'Rat Pack' history of the 1950s with its hedonism and bright nightlife. Take a walk down the same streets Fidel Castro and Che Guevara once trod and rediscover the Bay of Pigs and its part in the Cold War.
There is much to do to keep you occupied in Cuba, from taking in the sights and sounds of Sancti Spiritus to following the Hemingway trail across the island.
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