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Probeert u La Galería of Atelier!
Over Tryp Habana Libre
Insiders tipIn de omgeving van dit hotel vindt u verschillende "Paladares" waar u heerlijk kunt dineren.
Probeert u La Galería of Atelier!
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: Ruim en moden ingericht met airco, (huur)kluisje, minibar, telefoon, televisie. Volledig uitgeruste badkamer.
: Zoals Standard, maar met schitterend uitzicht over Havana.
Het 25 verdiepingen tellende gebouw ligt in Vedado en biedt een uniek uitzicht over Oud en Nieuw-Havana, het historische Morro kasteel, de haven en de Caribische Zee.
- 4 restaurants
- 4 bars
- Kleine supermarkt
• Duik- en vismogelijkheden op 1 kilometer
• Golbaan op 15 kilometer
• Watersportmogelijkheden, zoals surfen, zeilen of waterskiën op 15 kilometer
Een absoluut hoogtepunt tijdens uw rondreis door Cuba is de stad Havana, de fascinerende hoofdstad van Cuba. Veelal zal Havana uw beginpunt zijn van uw vakantie in Cuba of tevens uw eindpunt van uw reis. Havana is hoe dan ook een stad waar u minstens 3 dagen moet verblijven; er is immers zo veel te zien en te doen dat het zonde is om Havana in een sneller tempo te bezoeken.
Bovenal is Havana een gezellige stad met vele Spaans-koloniale overblijfselen. Het is er altijd druk en gezellig en overdag zijn de Amerikaanse auto's uit de vijftiger jaren een opvallend straatbeeld.
"Definitely an experience..."
I picked this hotel for the location. If you want to experience real Cuba ( not resort Cuba) then this is the place to stay. Definitely not high end but not bad either. Lots of local entertainment, access to Old Havana and never a dull moment. You can hear street life late into the night!! The rooms are large and clean and bright. I also liked that there was no smoking inside the common areas in the hotel. The food was excellent. I was definitely pleasantly surprised. The breakfast buffet had more than we could eat and the personal chefs made great omelettes. The 24hr diner was also good.We also sampled the restaurants in the area- we did not have a bad meal( which is odd for Cuba)! Be warned: this hotel is for an older crowd. There were very few people there under 50..and the "disco"?? Ye not so much. Be prepared to head into the streets for any sort of youthful entertainment!! That being said we did have some issues. Customer service was not the best . The language barrier was a problem but there just seemed to be a lack of a sense of urgency or interest. Our second night there on the way to the 25th floor we got stuck in the elevator for over an hour. When calling the alarm button for help, we were disconnected repeatedly. The operator spoke very poor English and was unable or unwilling to provide us with information as to what was happening. At one point they told us that the technician was off site and was "coming". No time was given, we weren't asked if we were ok or had any health issues. My friend was very distressed as you can imagine. The elevators creaked and wobbled and made weird noises- it was the longest 80 minutes of my life. Once they finally freed us the two technicians didn't say a word. No offers of water or concerns if we were ok. We marched down to the reception area where we had to request a manager. The manager was kind and offered us a free drink. Unfortunately he took us to a bar area that subsequently closed as soon as we ordered our drinks! we got 2 drinks but no water as requested and was desperately needed!!! The next day we had to go to guest services who offered us a free dinner. Noone called us to check in or provide additional services. I am grateful it was us and not an elderly person or someone with health issues- I feel that there needs to be someone available at all times that can speak English. This could have been a lot worse. We did not receive any information re: our departure. When we checked several times with reception, we were told we would receive a message in our room from Sunwing. The night before departure, we still had no message and again requested help at reception. Noone could help us or offer us guidance and we were repeatedly told it was our responsibility and had to call Sunwing. We were then told that we had to pay to make the call and despite out multiple issues, the reception would not make the call for us. I did end up going to the paid phones out of desperation. Once the call was made, I refused to pay out of principal. Despite our multiple issues, this incident on the last night was the last straw. They could have helped us make a simple call that cost less than $1!! As such, I would return to this location but not this hotel. They just didnt not seem to care about anything. I am very happy I didn't pay the 1.40 CUC for the phone call:)
"El Patio lobby Bar"
My girlfriend and I expend some time in Havana on Febraury and a friend advice to visit this Bar in order to have fun and n ice service and shurely was speciailly when attend us Patricia and Isbeili, lovely and excellent service
"Dissapointed for a Melia hotel"
Big hotel in the center of the city with great views but that's it. Our experience at the check in was not so great. We came in to tell us we were upgraded to a superior room, we went up to be checked in when by surprise we were told that the AC wasn't working for these rooms. When refer to talk to the manager on duty Yadira she explained there was nothing she could do, not even a complement for this inconvenience. We went downstairs again to the regular check in a gentlemen (whose name I can remember name) helped us check in to our standard room while waiting he complemented us with some drinks. waited for a couple of hours before getting our room key. finally went up to the room. very basic room huge though. but in need of remodeling. the shower curtain I hated it. the hot water came and go. luckily we only stayed two nights. I have stayed in many Melia hotels and by far this was the worst one.
"Good for short stays"
Please note that Cuba is very different destination, comparing to other Caribbean islands. Be open minded and you will not be disappointed :-) We booked directly on Melia's website which published a rate including Breakfast, Wifi and Airport Transfers. While trying to confirm transfers for pickup, we were told that transfers are NOT available for guests coming from USA, not a huge deal but it would have been nice if this small detail was included on a fine print during booking. Upon arriving on the hotel, we were sent up to 20th floor for "Executive Club" check-in area. Elevators are very old, and make funny noises. During check-in, we were told all Executive rooms have no Air Conditioning! we were given the option to take a look at one of the rooms and decide if we wanted to stay without A/C or go back down to the "normal" rooms. The rooms are beautiful modern decorated, but too hot for us, so we asked to be moved. We were also told, that moving to regular rooms, means giving up Wifi!!! at this point we asked to speak with the person on charge who was NOT helpful at all, then proceeded back to first floor for check-in (again). During our re check-in to the normal room, a manager took over and offer us a "welcome drink" for the inconvenience while they get our rooms ready, and included Wifi in the common areas (There is just no Wifi Access points on regular room floors) Finally made it to our "regular" room, and I guess since we were expecting the worse, the room was dated, but clean and did not look bad, and it had A/C so we were happy :-) Included breakfast was a plus and average to what you find elsewhere. Service personnel was very good and always willing to help so that's a plus.
"You can do better."
Overpriced for what you get. The staff are plentiful and nice, but the hotel is stuck in 1965. Clean and large rooms with mediocre beds and linens. Well used furnishings and a shower that randomly offers hot water. I'm sure it was nice when Castro lived here, but it desperately needs some updates. If it was TRUMP Habana Libre and not Tryp, I am sure the property would be up to the Capitalist American Pig standards I enjoy. Id pass on the breakfast buffet if it will save you some money, its also lacking entry into the 21st century.
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