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Over Hotel Jagua
CIENFUEGOS. Hotel Jagua, met zijn prachtige ligging aan de gelijknamige baai is een van Cuba's bekendste hotels. De comfortabele kamers hebben het ruimtelijke karakter van de 50-er jaren en bieden prachtig panoramisch uitzicht over de omgeving van het hotel. Alle kamers hebben airconditioning, een televisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, haardroger, badkamer met douche/bad en een balkon met zitje. Het hotel heeft bijzondere en goede restaurants, waaronder een in het beroemde ‘Palacio de Valle’ Paleis. Het centrum van de stad ligt maar op ongeveer 15 minuten lopen. Het charmante Centrale Park wordt omgeven door het Tomas Terry Theater en andere attractieve gebouwen. Verder heeft het hotel 2 bars, een fitnessruimte, souvenirwinkel en een activiteiten- en autoverhuurbalie.
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Comfortabele kamer met airco, televisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, föhn, badkamer met douche/bad. Balkon met zitje.
Aan de zuidkust van Cienfuegos, in de bekende wijk Punta Gorda gelegen, op een paar minuten van het centrum.
• Zwembad met zonneterras met ligbedden en parasols
• 2 Bars
Cienfuegos is een charmante havenstad, aan de zuidkust gelegen. Rondom het 'Parque Marti' zijn een aantal interessante koloniale gebouwen te vinden. Ook een bezoek aan de Soledad Botanische Tuin is een aanrader. Vanuit Cienfuegos kunt u tevens Santa Clara (op ca. 70 kilometer afstand) bezoeken waar het Che Guevara museum is gevestigd.
"Beyond Poor! >>>AVOID<<<"
This is an old property, like most in Cuba which I've come to expect. Having made nine trips to Cuba in the last three years. However the rooms in this hotel are terrible. We talked into our room (414?) on the 27th of July and were instantly taken back by the smell of mildew and dampness. The room was disgusting dirty. The blankets and pillows unusable. However the worst problem was that there was no working air-conditioning. The room was beyond stagnate with heat. We opened the sliding glass doors only to be blown away by loud music from a local club. We called the front desk to ask for another room and were told that there were none. Which wasn't close to the case. So, we had two choices. Try to fall asleep with the doors open and get some sort of air flow, or have a quiet room which reached close to 98 degrees internally. The bar staff was great, breakfast the next morning lovely, the art shop and gift shop all nice as well. However despite those positive things, to be at a hotel in late July with zero air conditioning and dirty damp rooms is unacceptable.
"Comfortable room. Could have used a "buenos dias" now and then from staff."
We were with a tour group (one of many such groups) so didn't spend a lot of time in the room. It was comfortable enough and had a view of the bay. As others mentioned, the balcony door did not lock (apparently all the balcony door locks are iffy) and the pool was not available for our use. On the first day, we had a hard time opening the door to the room. Mentioned it to the front desk and it was fixed on our return. Our group leader made sure we could enjoy Happy Hour at the back bar with great mojitos for $2. Ask at the front desk about Happy Hour days/times because there doesn't seem to be a fixed schedule. We had dinner and a flute concert at the beautiful Moorish building across the parking lot one night and at a lovely restaurant within walking distance on the waterfront another night. Breakfast in the hotel was good -- fruit and omelettes. We awoke to a rooster crow and a colorful sunrise.
"Clean but in need of updating"
From what I understand, this is one of the better hotels in the area for large groups visiting Cienfuegos. Our group consisted of 17 people and we had a private bus. Website pictures are a bit deceiving. It is situated on a lovely scenic bay, however, although our room had a balcony you could only see a slight view of the water plus the sliding door was difficult to open. The room was quite large and had all the basic things one would need, however, it appeared very dark and in need of updating. I seem to recall that the bed was comfortable but the pillows were hard. Anyway, the food was good however the pool was not available as it was being renovated which is a good thing. It was probably about a 20-30 minute walk into town, depending on your pace. There are other means of transportation, including a cute little train that we picked up in the center of Cienfuegos that makes multiple stops to the various hotels around town. I think it only cost a couple of CUCs and it certainly beat walking considering the heat and humidity of the day. I really enjoyed our visit to the center of Cienfuegos. All in all, this Hotel was ok for a day or two at the most. I wouldn't have wanted to stay there longer than that.
"Ants in our Hair"
This was our 3rd hotel out of 4 during our tour and by far the WORST. We had a call from Saga a week before our holiday to say the pool was out of action due to building work. We arrived, the reception was ok and our rep' got us all checked in quite quickly. Got to our room looked nice and clean, went to put some water in the fridge, there was just an empty cupboard. Went down to reception to ask about the fridge, they said it was under the TV in a cupboard, I said it was not, they asked me was I sure, finally got them to believe me. Went to look out on the balcony, slid open the glass door, the view was of a building site, looked as though it had been like that for quite awhile. Knock at the door, shut the balcony door to receive the missing fridge, thanked the man, went back to the balcony, nearly knocked myself out by trying to walk through the glass door (I did comment that they should put some sort of sticker on the glass, so idiots like me can see the door is shut). Went to go for dinner shut the balcony door, it would not lock (speaking to the rest off our group, non of theirs locked either). Buffet meals, quite a good choice and plenty to eat. I was not too keen on the bar but luckily there was a good one across the road, spent all 3 nights there. Woke up after our 1st nights sleep, my beloved let out a scream, jumped out of bed, our pillows where a mass of ants, striped the bed, pulled off the pillow cases, more ants in side. Told the reception, they did not seam too surprised, said they were properly "sugar ants" (it was bad enough having them in our hair, we did not want to taste them too). Came back in the evening they had changed the bedding, etc ,never had any more bed friends for the next 2 nights. Hotel was only about a 20 min walk to town with a pleasant central square and a sculpture park, worth a few pictures. Overall 2 , quite comfy rooms, when the pool is finished should be a better view, I did think the staff were all abit miserable, maybe because the Melia hotel chain is taking this hotel over (the take over will probably be good for this hotel).
Situated on a bay outside of town. Reception area nice but toilets on ground floor smelly and not good. Good buffet dinner and breakfast, staff helpful and quick to serve. Bar near reception plus another cafÃ© and bar towards rear of hotel near the pier. Room 410 very basic and a little scruffy overlooking bay and empty swimming pool where building works being undertaken. Quiet room until you opened balcony door. 2 double beds with single sheets so weren't wide enough to tuck in. TV and fridge in room, bathroom a good size with shower cubicle, shampoo and bath gel provided
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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