Friday, May 4, 2007

Cuba: paradise for foreigners, hell for Cubans

Here's the description of just one of the many resorts in Cuba that is operated by Spanish hoteliers. The pictures are the reality for everyday Cubans and are all from

Iberostar Los Tainos, Varadero

Location: It's Located in the Blue Beach of Varadero, in front of the sea, only a few minutes from Varadero town, and 20 minutes from the international airport.

Services: Reception, money exchange, buffet, beach, restaurant, animation salon, games room, swimming pool for adults and children, fitness and spa, medical services, rent a car, bicycle and motorcycle.

Rooms: 272 comfortable rooms, 136 are located in the main building of 4 floors and the other 136 rooms are in 17 bungalows of 2 floors. The buildings have Caribbean style and are surrounded by extent gardens. All rooms have air-conditioning, TV (cable), and private bath with warm water and hair dryer.

Food and Beverages: All included, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and all local drinks) with different possibilities:

Breakfast: Varied buffet with show cooking.

Lunch: Buffet at the main restaurant with show cooking and varied snacks at the beach restaurant.

Dinner: Buffet at the main restaurant and a la carte at Brazilian Rodizio.

Snacks: During the day in different places in the hotel.

Sport and Games: Varied entertainment programs run by professional team that organizes the most variety sport championships and games that include, Volleyball, billiard, ping-pong, tennis, water polo, archery etc. Moreover the hotel offers aquatic sports such as windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, and kayaking.
For Kids: Every day we offer a special program for children at our Mini-club and every evening a little animation show.

Entertainment: At night our entertainment staff presents a different show every day with dancer and resident orchestra. When the show finish, record music to dance

These are just of the few of the many great things about living in visiting Cuba.

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