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Posted 3 September 2023

7nts AI Cuba 7th Sept, 2 adults tui package - Iberostar Tainos Varadero, Caribbean, Cuba

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£672 per person for a week AI in Cuba.

Pretty, tropical gardens roll all the way down to a pristine, paper-white beach at the Iberostar Tainos.

This place looks the spitting image of a Caribbean village, with low-rise buildings cosied up to palm trees. Guests – or should we say residents – get free rein of a pool and five bars.

The hotel’s secured a spot by the sand on Varadero’s strip. It’s also just five minutes’ drive to Varahicacos Ecological Reserve, where you’ve got nature trails and a cave full of pre-Colombian paintings.

Holidays here come with our Hotel rep and 24/7 Online service. This means that an English-speaking TUI rep will visit your hotel during your stay, and info and support are available 24/7 via the TUI app.

PoolsThe pool’s shaped like a lagoon and surrounded by palms and sunbeds. There’s a kids’ pool to one side. Plus, follow the path through the grounds and you’ll end up on the beach. Read More

Food & DrinkFood supply can be limited in Cuba, but hotel chefs are skilled in making the most of what's available each day. In buffet restaurants, you can expect meat and fish options, alongside some authentically Cuban side dishes. Options for soft and alcoholic drinks can vary from time to time, too, so if you find your usual tipple isn't available, it's a great excuse to try something new.
A buffet restaurant’s on hand for all your meals. It even puts on a late-night spread for night owls. There’s also a Japanese restaurant with a teppanyaki table, as well as a thatched-roof grill place.
For drinks, you’ve got a handful of watering holes. During the day, bars by the pool and beach look after thirsty sunbathers. And after dark, there’s the lobby lounge, an al fresco bar and a theatre. Read More

EntertainmentIberostar’s popular kids’ club concept – Star Camp – is present and correct here. It’s split into two groups, so everyone from 4 to 12-year-olds are covered. Expect the likes of cooking, art and science experiments.
Come evening, you can go for a quiet one at the lobby bar, or see what’s on stage at the theatre bar. Read More

Sports & ActivitiesDaytime activities include the likes of darts and basketball. On the beach, meanwhile, the agenda revolves around watersports* and volleyball. Read More

Health & BeautyYou can turn the relaxation factor up a level with a massage*. Read More

Facility SummaryThis hotel’s not just been blessed with a beachfront address. It’s got a lagoon-like pool tucked within the greenery. As for wining and dining, there are five bars and three restaurants – including a Japanese and a grill. There’s a stage for evening shows. And the kids’ club’s split by age, catering for everyone from tots to teens.

RoomsAll bungalows and double rooms come with air-conditioning, tea or coffee-making facilities* – upon request, a safe*, hairdryer, plus minibar stocked with water only. Bungalows have a terrace, meanwhile double rooms have a balcony.

Buildings: 18|Floors: 4 in the main building, 2 in the bungalows |Rooms: 272 |Lifts: 2- in the main building
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  1. pinkmonkey's avatar
    Don't forget if you visit Cuba you cannot enter the USA on an esta
    https://ogletree.com/insights/u-s-visa-waiver-program-impact-of-travel-to-cuba/#:~:text=DHS%20updated%20the%20ESTA%20application,approvals%20may%20also%20be%20revoked. (edited)
    Ouzoherb's avatar
    Didnt know that , very helpful
  2. vulcan903's avatar
    Been to Cuba twice on that price point but further down the island. I would go again without hesitation to Cuba.
    We went and was busy with Brits and Canadians (January 2018 and 2019).
    I believe its quite full of holidaying Russians now.
    Fabulous country and sincere people we interacted with. Cars, building and beaches are a flashback in time. Its a yes from me.
    missslc's avatar
    I agree we LOVED Cuba. We went last year and we'd go again!
  3. sydney871's avatar
    Why all TUI flights to Cuba from Manchester and none from London?
    G4vlar's avatar
    Now you know how the rest of England feels when they have to drive down to Stansted or Heathrow just to get a decently priced flight anywhere.
  4. thomasbentley's avatar
    Hurricane season too, in the famous hurricane alley
  5. mickanddot's avatar
    It’s a long flight for 7 nights.(flirt)
    Ouzoherb's avatar
    I agree at my age but when younger would fly 10 hours for a weeks skiing lol.
  6. DiscoDave57's avatar
    We went some years ago with the Cuban airline took 13.5 hrs to get there as they flew to Guantamo Bay first made us get off and back on the plane to Havana
    Mark_Hickman's avatar
    You should have booked a direct flight, this is pointless information for everyone else
  7. andrewa1966's avatar
    great beaches, great weather
    AI drinks are basically Rum and beer

    Food and AI cocktails = what is available on any particular day
    Sugar / butter/ potatoes/salad/ Fruit juice (including for cocktails) etc etc may not be

    Plentiful supply of Prawns and rice
  8. sharonpaton2's avatar
    What is all in Cuba? Is it all inclusive or what? Thanks
  9. warriorscot's avatar
    Worth adding the cost of a second passport if you visit the US or want to. It's a valid reason on .gov.uk. and easy to sort out.
    missslc's avatar
    I can't see how I could get a second passport? I don't qualify for any of the reasons that I see?
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