Cuba | Destination overview
This alligator-shaped island is by far the largest and most populated of Caribbean countries. Once the No 1 travel destination in the area and known as the Pearl of the Antilles, Cuba became a Red Pearl after a revolution placed communist Fidel Castro in charge. Known for the finest rum and cigars, the People's Republic of Cuba has been off-limits to most Americans for the past 35 years. Old Havana is slowly being restored as an open-air museum. Art and culture thrives.
Hotel Arenas Doradas - Just a 25 minute drive down the peninsula from Varadero's
international airport, and some 10 minutes from the town centre you will
find the Hotel Arenas Doradas, a picturesque beachfront resort
backed by the "Marina Chapelin", and ideally positioned in
colourful gardens which open out onto the beach known as "Playa Los
Hotel Armadores de Santander - The 4 stars Hotel Armadores de Santander, is located in
the Luz street No. 4 cornering to San Pedro street in La
Habana Vieja, constitutes another rescued jewel in Old Havana,
which reopened its doors in the 2002, with a complete
restoration that returned the whole glory to this.
All about Cuba
This alligator-shaped island is all about mountain ranges and plains, stunning beaches, history, culture and frenzied nightlife that continues into the wee hours. Cuba is also about Cohiba cigars and classic cars. On tap at Havana's Automobile Deposit ... continue