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Melia Península Varadero

Eén van de fijnste luxe resorts van Varadero. De bouwstijl doet denken aan de klassieke plantage huizen, opgevrolijkt door frisse Caraïbische kleuren. Het resort is ruim opgezet en de omliggende natuur werd zoveel mogelijk intact gehouden en draagt bij aan het karakter van het resort.

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Over Melia Península Varadero

Als er maar één woord mocht zijn waarmee dit resort te beschrijven, zou het ‘ruimte’ zijn. Die is zelfs doorgevoerd in de kamers die verspreid liggen over verschillende gebouwen. De kamers zijn groter dan de doorsnee hotelkamer en hebben een royale leefruimte, een uitstekende inrichting en een terras of balkon. Verre van doorsnee is ook het kleurengebruik en  de zonnige decoraties; van de ‘Meliá’ kamer wordt u al blij bij binnenkomst. Maar de echte ‘sol’ bevindt zich natuurlijk buiten. Het is aangenaam wandelen door de parkachtige omgeving waar veel valt te doen. Sportliefhebbers zijn hier aan het juiste adres: van tennis tot boogschieten, van kanovaren tot snorkelen. Diepzeeduiken is tegen een vergoeding. Er is een speciaal programma voor kinderen, inclusief watersporten onder begeleiding van instructeurs en er is een zwembad met kinder- en peuterbad. Dan de inwendige mens. Er is een keuze aan vijf eetgelegenheden; uitgebreide buffetmaaltijden en à la carte specialiteiten, snacks en hapjes. Een drankje  in de Piano Bar, aan de poolbar of in het swingende Salsa Café, de huisdisco.

Kenmerken

  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • beachfront

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Hotelnaam:
Melia Península Varadero
Plaats/regio:
Varadero
Code:
H0887
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 94 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Classic
: Uitstekend ingericht met airco, royale leefruimte, balkon of terras, televisie, radio, telefoon, (huur)kluisje, koelkastje. Volledig uitgeruste badkamer met föhn.

Premium: Deze kamers liggen in het Adult-only gedeelte van het resort. Met balkon en veder het zelfde als de classic


Family
net als classic, met als extra een stapelbed.



All Inclusive

Geselecteerde alcoholische en non-alcoholische drankjes, alle maaltijden, snacks, gebruik van de niet-gemotoriseerde watersportfaciliteiten en deelname aan de georganiseerde (sport)activiteiten.

Ligging

Aan het strand, omringd door het mooie natuurgebied ‘Parque Natural Punta Hicacos’, in het noorden van het schiereiland Varadero. De ongerepte, omliggende natuur werd zoveel mogelijk intact gehouden en draagt bij aan het eco-achtige karakter van het resort.

Aantal kamers

581

Faciliteiten

  • 5 Restaurants, waaronder 4 à la carte restaurants
  • 6 Bars, waaronder een pool par
  • 2 Snackbars
  • 1 poolbar
  • Zwembad
  • 2 Kinderbaden
  • Kapper
  • Beautysalon
  • Fitnessruimte 
  • Geldwisselkantoor
  • Winkels
  • Autoverhuur
  • Laundry-service

Activiteiten

  • Watersporten zoals snorkelen, windsurfen, waterskiën, zeilen, duiken
  • Diverse sporten zoals beach volleybal, waterpolo, boogschieten, jeu de boules, aerobics
  • Excursiebalie
  • Entertainmentprogramma
  • Baby Club, Mini Club
  • Joggingtrack
  • 2 Tennisbanen
  • Fietsen

Het schiereiland Varadero is de belangrijkste strandbestemming van Cuba. Het heeft een langgerekt, fijn wit zandstrand van ruim 20 kilometer aan een doorzichtige, blauwgroene zee. Voor de kust ligt een koraalrif met tientallen duikplekken, u kunt hier legio (water)sporten beoefenen. Strandliefhebbers kunnen rustig wegdromen op het prachtige strand. Het vertier is voornamelijk aanwezig bij de diverse resorts van Varadero. Maar ook in Varadero zelf zijn er diverse uitstekende restaurants en is er een royale keuze aan winkeltjes. Varadero is hoe dan ook een perfecte strandbestemming in aansluiting op een reis door Cuba of als strandbestemming op zich.

"Still some improving needed"

   04-12-2016
We went in a group of 40 for a wedding but this is our 3rd time in Cuba so we knee what to expect. We arrived late at night and checking in was easy. The hard part was due to the lack of lighting and signs we had alot of trouble finding our rooms. We were tired and this resort was the darkest I've ever been to. There were alot of lights in place but no bulbs were in them. Our building didn't have a sign out front with the numbers and I later in the week found it in a garbage pile. The beach was okay but did have quite a bit of garbage on it. Our rooms were nice and clean...no bugs. We were in one of the updated rooms 2924 which was right by the pool and grill but was a distance from the lobby where the nightly action was. Forget about getting a drink at the lobby bar from about 6 till 11 pm. There was only 1 worker and it's the busiest bar. Lines were crazy! We would tip a waiter or waitress and get them to get the drinks for us. The workers were friendly and you have to meet Yoyo at the pool grill....he is amazing! They are doing alot of work to the rooms taking it one building at a time. On one side of the hotel is another hotel being built and when you sit at the pool you hear construction from beside you (which is the other side of the resort) but I'm not sure what they were doing there. For some reason the pool was green all week. When getting home and people saw my pictures they would ask me " why is the pool green?" Food wasn't the best but that's Cuba. The wait lines at the buffet for meat were crazy! None was cooked and waiting during the busy time you would just have to wait for him to cook everyone's individually. This was slow! Pasta bar was good and the pool grill was good! That's what I ate all week. The Japanese resturant is a must...not only was the food delicious but the entrainment was the best! We never once had a problem with our rooms not getting cleaned or not having clean towels. We never had a problem switching our pool towels for fresh ones. We did go in the hot tub which is at the spa but you are allowed to use it free. It was old and all you could feel was all the sand in it. This resort is worth staying at as you can see they have put work into and are still working on it. We have stayed at Melia Las Dunas in Santa Maria before and the Melia Pennsulia is no where near the standards of it. Hopefully they will be able to get it to a Melia standard before it's to late and people won't go there anymore. The other thing I didn't like is our bus didn't come until 6pm but we had to be out of our rooms by noon. We had so many rooms that I asked about keeping one late so we had somewhere to comfortably change and leave our luggage. They wanted 7 pesos a hour for 1 room and you could still only keep it until 4pm so at that time you would have to leave your luggage in a secure room in the lobby which wasn't very secure when the double doors were wide open all day. I would have thought that they would be more accodomating to let is keep one room when there was so many of us. Iffy if I'd return. The best part was the staff and the staff at the pool everyday trying to get people up and joining in with what they were doing for the day. The things we didn't like are not a staff problem but a Melia problem. Get the construction done a little faster, clean the pool,figure out a better method for meat at the buffet, put some lights in and a new hot tub would also be a good idea. This place does have great potential and we did have a really fun week.

"Disgusting"

   26-11-2016
Myself and husband visited for a 2wk holiday and i have to say worse hotel we have ever been to. The 1st room we were in was damp , no lock in door, moved next day to block 13 over other end, block had just been decorated, well we were on 3rd floor had 3flights to go down with no lighting, fridge did not work, air con wasnt connected, wardrobe rail fell off wall, but tbe worse part was having a rat in room which they failed yo do anything about, so we have to block bathroom door to stop it comin in and then clean rat crap up next day. Food poor and cold, birds flying tbrough dining room, cockroaches in dining room, 98% entertainment in french. Shockin, we claimed compensation so bad

"Family Vacation at the Melia Peninsula Varadero"

   25-11-2016
My husband and myself and our two daughters ages 20 and 22 years stayed at this hotel from Nov 7-14th. We arrived at around 6pm and had a quick check in as only a few people got off the transfer bus from the airport. We had two rooms in building 21 next to each other which was perfect as it was half way to the pool and beach and a quick walk to the restaurants and main lobby. Although the rooms were dated and the TV's were old style everything worked fine. The maids only missed towels one day but a call to the front desk quickly resolved that problem. We really enjoyed the pool and the beach areas as we could always find a chair and shade if we needed it. The main buffet was not very good and the lineups were usually long but we did enjoy the al la carte's with the Japanese being our favorite. After dinner we usually went to the lobby bar where you could order some amazing specialty coffee's. The grounds were very nice however there were a lot of lights broken on the pathways (looked like they had been that way for awhile) that needed to be fixed as it made for a dark walk back to your room at night. There were also several fountains throughout the grounds that were empty and not working.We never did see any entertainment as every time we walked by the show it was either in French or Spanish. The only thing that really bothered me was that they cancelled our key cards before we even checked out and after spending the morning on the beach on our last day we couldn't get back into our rooms to change and check out. We finally found the maid from our building and she let us back in our rooms. I would give this hotel about a 3 star rating as it was clean and the staff were always smiling and very helpful.

"SUCH POTENTIAL...... BUT...."

   23-11-2016
My wife and I were there from NOV. 12 to 19. It's our 3rd time in Cuba, 2 times in Varadero and once in Cayo Coco. First of all, this Melia used to be a Tryp hotel. The grounds are magnificient. Beautiful mature coconut trees, trimmed bushes and flower plants everywhere.The grounds are very well kept. Large sidewalks (not well lite at night though) Spa, outdoor auditorium (shows are OK) 2 big pools, 4 à la carte restaurants ( French restaurant is excellent, so is the Japanese... very entertaining), 2 buffets ( the main one and one near the beach to have lunch ). The beach is outstanding (it's Varadero).... always found loungers...warm sea and miles of beach to have morning walks. Most of the staff is helpfull . Now, there are many instances where your patience will be tested. Examples ? If you want a drink after dinner at the main lobby, prepare to wait a while..... they're understaff. It's better to have a seat and wait to be waited on rather than putting yourself in line at the bar. The barmen don't have a clue on who's next !! Your patience will be tested..... BIG TIME. Same thing at the main buffet. You stay in line for either chicken, fish or meat cooked on plates. The cooks take orders and then place the food on the plate..... (it's a very small plate), No cooked food on the warmer.... so, you're there, waiting !!!! Vegetables are cold and refilling wine by the staff is a joke......Don't expect to have toasts for breakfast. The toaster doesn't work.... You will have better service at the beach buffet for lunch (la Laguna) . The staff over there is SUPER..... The grilled chicken is soooo good...... and you won't wait long for a cerveza refill They always greet you with a smile and recognize you and always ask about your stay so far...... GREAT WORK GIRLS... Another example of non-sense situations: NO courtesy rooms for showers at the end of your stay.... The lady at the front desk didn't give a damn about people scrambling to take a shower and change clothes before the home flight. She told us to stay in the lobby and wait our turn, I asked her: whose turn is it ??? she couldn't answer me... She didn't have a clue (we were 30 people leaving). We had to scramble and organize ourselves at the Spa... with NO towels...OH, BTW, checking in took more than an hour (11 o'clock at night).... 2 Air Transat buses and 2 women at the front desk !!! Just arrived and already, my patience got tested... Money exchange is confusing. You will pay $1.43 CAD for 1 CUC peso and then, if you want to get rid of your pesos at the airport, they will give you $1.23 CAD for 1 CUC !!! STRANGE !! hey, it's Cuba... and I won't talk about the airport adventure.... WOW.. your patience will really be tested.. We went to the Varadero village on a double deck bus (5 pesos/ all day)... worth it.... you will drive along the coast and go to different resorts to pick up people.... In the village, you will find shops, restaurants and bars.... and old American cars... Rooms are old but OK..... ( AC worked fine, always had hot water) and the maids are doing a great job. Don't forget to bring clothes and stuff you're not using anymore .... they are very appreciative... they don't have much... All in all, eventhough the setting is perfect, I will not recommend this resort.....sadly ... It's roughly a 3 star hotel

"My first time in Cuba"

   17-11-2016
Now I arrived at the hotel around 11pm or so... check in was fast but as you can see by my pics I had a very large surprise in my room:.. now I was not expecting to see a roach this size... the hotel accommodated me and gave me one of the newer rooms which was a bit calming for me. The hotel is beautiful, ground is breath taking... some of the staff are maxing and helpful. Over all it was a good experience for my first trip... it's a bit far from downtown but if you want a secluded vacation this hotel will do, just ask them to put you in areas 15,14,13 and you'll be fine... food is also great, full of flavour and variety... the restaurants are good too... aside from minor stuff like getting only 1 beach towel for my whole stay, or being told if I kept my towel till after my check in I would have to pay 15cuc my stay was relaxing... once I was in my upgraded room :)


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