Cuba Resorts Offer 2012

Sol Melia Cuba Hotels – Paradisus Resorts     Superior rooms, All Meals, Anytime Snacks, Gourmet Dining, Premium Brand Drinks, Watersports, Snorkeling, Landsports, Fitness Center, Pools, Whirlpools, Tips & Gratuities
Sol Melia Cuba Hotels – Melia Hotels     Accommodations, All Meals, Anytime Snacks, Brand Drinks, Watersports, Snorkeling, Landsports, Fitness Center, Kids Facilities, Pools, Whirlpools, Tips & Gratuities
Sol Melia Cuba Hotels – Sol Hotels     Accommodations, Brand Drinks, Watersports, Snorkeling, Landsports, Entertainments, Fitness Center, Family Facilities, Kids Facilities, Pools, Tips & Gratuities
Sol Melia Cuba Hotels – Tryp Hotels     Accommodations, All Meals, Anytime Snacks, Brand Drinks, Watersports, Landsports, Entertainments, Family Facilities, Kids Facilities, Pools, Tips & Gratuities

Havana Cuba

The capital of Cuba opens its doors to visitors from all parts of the world and invites you to tour its streets and old part of the city, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, its two hundred year old university, the mythical Malecon seafront drive and many more sites of interests.
Havana Hotels in Cuba

Meliá Cohiba
5*, Bed & Breakfast | from €156 » €127 | Reserve
Meliá Habana
5*, Bed & Breakfast | from €145 » €109 | Reserve
Tryp Habana Libre
5*, Bed & Breakfast | from €116 » €88 | Reserve

Varadero Cuba

Varadero, the Cuban tourist resort par excellence is located in Matanzas province. It is internationally renowned for its matchless beauty and quality of its beach.

Are you thinking of Cuba All Inclusive Resorts for your next holiday?

Cuba has become one of the best holiday destinations in the Caribbean. 6000 km of amazing almost virgin fine white sandy beaches bathed by incredibly clear turquoisewaters, an extensive and well preserved lush tropical flora, a rich and diverse fauna, beautiful colonial cities and very friendly and welcoming people have called attention of those looking for a Caribbean all inclusive destination, that’s why Cuba All Inclusive Resorts is now our major focus; all-inclusive-resorts.com goes where clients want to go. It is not possible not to fall in love with this small, but charming island.

With a population of over 11 million, Cuba is the biggest island in the Caribbean. Havana, the capital of this Caribbean destination, and other major cities and small islets like Cayo Coco, Cayo Santa María, Cayo Largo, Varadero, Holguin, Cienfuegos, Santa Lucia, Manzanillo, Santiago, are now world known for its natural beauty and tourist attractions and that’s where most Cuba All Inclusive Resorts have gathered.
Varadero Hotels in Cuba

Paradisus Princesa del Mar Resort & Spa
5*, Ultra All inclusive | from €260 » €196 | Reserve
Paradisus Varadero Resort & Spa
5*, Ultra All inclusive | from €260 » €225 | Reserve
Meliá Las Américas All Inclusive Golf & Bungalows
5*, All inclusive | from €219 » €178 | Reserve
Meliá Las Antillas All Inclusive
4*, All inclusive | from €178 » €135 | Reserve
Meliá Varadero All Inclusive & Incentive
5*, All inclusive | from €191 » €144 | Reserve
Sol Palmeras All Inclusive & Bungalows
4*, All inclusive | from €175 » €132 | Reserve
Sol Sirenas Coral All Inclusive
4*, All inclusive | from €150 » €105 | Reserve
Tryp Península Varadero All Inclusive
5*, All inclusive | from €197 » €159 | Reserve

Cuba All Inclusive Resorts Food Options

Cuba All Inclusive Resorts are aware that it is not possible to have a nice stay if food is not good. People in Cuba say that love begins in the kitchen, so Cuba All Inclusive resorts are well known for having excellent food options. Even the fussiest eaters will find a great variety of cuisine to entice their palette.

You can decide to have all your meals at the resort or explore the surroundings and try one of the restaurants around. You will be surprised with Cuban food.

The stunning beaches of the hotels in Cuba are just a small example of the island’s magic. Holidays in Cuba allow guests to discover the colonial and revolutionary aspects and the happy people of a different land.

Pampering, evening entertainment, water sports… the Iberostar Hotels & Resorts hotels in Cuba offer all the attractions available. Holidays in Cuba allow each guest to pick and choose as they please.

Cuba’s tourist attractions make this country a perfect destination for couples, friends and families. Enjoy a great time during your holidays in Cuba at the resorts and hotels that belong to Iberostar Hotels & Resorts. Discover the most seductive aspects of the island at the hotels in Cuba.

Hotels in Cuba, holidays with Iberostar Hotels & Resorts.

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Tampa-Cuba flights resume after nearly 50 years

Commercial flights from Tampa to Cuba are back for the first time since 1962, when relations between the two countries broke off during the Cold War. The first flight left Tampa International Airport Thursday afternoon for Cuba. Tickets to the island aren’t cheap, often running more than $400 for the 75 minute trip.

But the region’s deep-rooted Cuban-American community no longer has to travel to Miami or New York to visit the island. Many Cubans began coming to the Tampa Bay in the late 19th century, including Cuban poet Jose Marti, who raised funds for the Cuban independence fight against Spain.

The Obama administration has eased some travel restrictions. Two Miami-based companies and a Tampa firm will operate weekly flights for Cuban-Americans and those with business, educational or other visas.

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Tampa airport to have Cuba flights

Tampa International Airport will soon be the fourth airport in the United States to run flights to Cuba. U.S. Customs and Border Protection gave the airport its official approval on Monday. Three licensed charter operators have said they will provide service between Cuba and Tampa. Only three other U.S. airports — Miami, New York and Los Angeles — were previously authorized to offer the flights.

Not everyone will have access to the flights. Under normal circumstances, U.S. citizens not from Cuba cannot legally travel to the island nation. But U.S. census information shows that the Tampa Bay area contains the second largest Cuban population in the nation, behind Miami-Dade County. The Tampa airport officials expect the flights to begin by summer or early fall.

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Cuba okays flights from Lauderdale

Cuba Travel Services, Inc. has announced it has received landing permission by the government of Cuba to begin flights from 3 new airports in the United States: Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU), Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) and Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to authorized airports in Cuba.

“According to Michael Zuccato, General Manager of CTS, non-stop service is expected to commence soon and will charter Airbus, Boeing 737, MD-80 as well as ATR-72 aircraft to operate these flights. CTS is currently under negotiations with several premier air carriers to operate this highly anticipated service. Cuba Travel Services currently operates 3 routes to Cuba from the United States: Miami-Havana-Miami, Miami-Cienfuegos-Miami and Los Angeles-Havana-Los Angeles.”

“Cuba Travel Services’ office in San Juan has been serving Puerto Rico for over eight years and is the only authorized charter and travel service company that has offices in Puerto Rico and currently operates charters to Cuba. We look forward to servicing licensed passengers in the region with a low cost travel solution to both Santiago and Havana, Cuba,” said Michael Zuccato.

“Due to recent changes of the restrictions, Cuban Americans are authorized to visit family members as often as they like under a general license. Universities, religious organizations, academic institutions, journalists and others may also qualify for specific or general licenses. For additional information on the recent expansion of authorized travel to Cuba, visit the Cuba Travel Services website at www.CubaTravelServices.com or the website of the Office of Foreign Assets Control at www.treas.gov/ofac.”

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Cuba Vacation

For any individual who does not know, Cuba is fairly a poor country. We went in to the Cuban airport terminal, and obviously I’d to utilize the girls room. They do not have toilet seats on their bathrooms in the majority of Cuba except for at the resorts. Then there was this woman passing out bathroom paper for suggestions. I truly did not feel like making use of the washroom following viewing that there had been no bathroom seats on the toilets. I just waited out our bus ride for the vacation resortwhich took about an hour.We

were warned prior to we left Canada regarding the safety at the airports, that there possibly Cuban army men holding machine guns, and that they are there just to defend their country. We in no way did see any guns, but there had been security guysthere.We then

got our baggage and headed out of the airport terminal to catch our bus to the resort, the buses had been quite nice and air conditioned. We bought a few beer in the small beer cart outdoors the bus station, acquired on our bus, which I used to be finding it difficult to believe we had been permitted to do since in Canada your not permitted to get open up liquor in a car. Perhaps it’s the same regulation in Cuba, but an exception to the tourists. We weren’t driving.We

obtained to our Vacation resort it had been named“Club Amigo” in Guardalavaca, Holguin. 

I was genuinely amazed. For any 3 star score, it had been over best, particularly for our value. The staff that worked there was super sweet, and could only talk a bit little bit of English. Once in a whilst you would satisfy a Cuban that may speak English well. I don’t forget at times trying to talk towards the bartender or cleansing girl and we not being aware of what each other were stating, we’d each bust out laughing at one another.I do have two sides to my story

here; I just wish to let you understand that just before I get any additional into this write-up. There is the holiday side of it and then there’s the Cuban off the vacation resort facet. They two will mix via out the rest of the write-up so I don’t lose you and make you confused. I truly want you to understand that this article isn’t in regards to the fantastic massive fun crammed holiday I’d, which many people do down there, I also noticed a diverse side of items, additionally the fun stuffed 50 %. 

When the bus arrived in the vacation resort were taken to our rooms, honestly we should have upgraded towards the bungalow or villa sections, but our rooms had been within the barracks part. (So it’s known as by visitors, too humorous.) Our area had the requirements and that’s all we necessary. Two beds, a closet along with a bathroom. It had been extremely cleanse, and it had been cleaned daily for us. The constructing was old and required operate, but we’re in Cuba here, nobody has anything, and you’ll find no buying malls in Cuba, so exactly where does an individual purchase a can of paint? I also must point out that ‘Hurricane Ike’ strike Holguin the hardest in September 2008 and the vacation resort was destroyed; now their vacation resort is in fantastic shape, new trees planted, and almost everythingwas spic and span. Read more…

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At what altitude directly above Panama City Beach, Florida would you be able to see any part of Cuba?

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My wife started working for a vacation resort company and all the trainees were told that from this certain building in Panama City Beach, Florida that you can see Cuba from it. I laughed and told her it was a lie.

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What are the select international brands of alcohol they serve at the playa pesquero resort in holquin cuba?

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Janet Soucie asked:


Are there Bud lite and Kaluha or bailey’s? Do they know how to make a bloody ceasar?

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What are the current laws regarding Americans traveling to Cuba?

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what’sfair asked:


I haven’t heard so much about it lately. We travel to the Caribbean twice per year. We usually meet many Canadians and Brits on our vacations. They all rave about how wonderful the Cuban resorts are and how great the people are.
We would love to go, but it seems that we are still living by outdated restrictions and laws. It cannot be about Communism, because our most of the goods in this country come from China. What is it?

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Im a vegitarian looking to book a inexpensive resort vacation in Cuba in July 2009, any recomendations?

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Justin P asked:


Im a vegitarian looking to book a inexpensive resort vacation in Cuba in July 2009, any recomendations on a good resort, remember, not to classy, but middle ground

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