• Contact
    Neem contact op met Tenzing Travel Wij staan voor u klaar:

    T   020 - 398 93 98

    »   vraag per e-mail

    »   laat ons u bellen

  • Travel shop
    Kom langs in een van onze
    Travel Shops
    Kom langs in de Tenzing Travel Shop

    » Advies uit eigen ervaring
    » Uw reis op maat

    Onze travel shops
  • Nieuwsbrief
    Het laatste reisnieuws per e-mail? Tenzing Travel Nieuwsbrief Abonneer u op onze nieuwsbrief en ontvang wekelijks het laatste reisnieuws en interessante aanbiedingen.


    Meld u aan:

  • Offerte
    Vraag vrijblijvend een reisvoorstel aan U heeft een reisidee? Wij werken het graag volledig voor u uit.

    » Compleet voorstel
    » Uw reis op maat
    » Geheel vrijblijvend!

    Offerte op maat

Een avondje uit zonder de deur uit te hoeven: in het ‘huis’ theater worden prachtige shows opgevoerd.

Mercure Playa de Oro

Gelegen in de befaamde badplaats Varadero, aan een fantastisch Caraïbisch strand, 8 km van het centrum en 35 minuten van de luchthaven. Het Hotel Mercure Playa de Oro is modern ingericht en biedt een all-inclusive accommodatie met verschillende restaurants & bars, sportieve activiteiten en nachtelijk entertainment.
Vanaf € 67,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info

Over Mercure Playa de Oro

Dit hotel ligt aan de kust op slechts 8 km van het centrum van Varadero en naast het Dolfinarium. Het heeft twee aparte gebouwen, die aangelegd zijn rondom twee met elkaar verbonden zwembaden. Het is een modern concept en de weelderige tuinen zorgen voor een tropische sfeer. Het All-inclusive arrangement is de perfecte manier om te genieten van ultiem comfort en gemak tijdens uw vakantie. Het omvat alle maaltijden, frisdranken, plaatselijke en geïmporteerde alcoholische dranken. Verder zijn er dagelijks leuke activiteiten zoals aquagym, water-volleybal, happy hour en 's avonds live entertainment. Gebruik van niet-gemotoriseerde watersporten is inclusief, evenals een introductie tot scubaduiken plus een gratis introductieduik.


  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • beachfront

Insiders tip

Een avondje uit zonder de deur uit te hoeven: in het ‘huis’ theater worden prachtige shows opgevoerd.

Mercure Playa de Oro
v.a. € 67 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

Vraag offerte aan
Of heeft u nog vragen?
Tel: 020 - 398 93 98 | E-mail ons | Bezoek onze Travel Shop


Ruime kamers voorzien van airco, televisie, telefoon, (huur)kluisje, koelkastje, volledig uitgeruste badkamer met föhn en balkon of terras.

All Inclusive

Geselecteerde alcoholische en non-alcoholische drankjes, alle maaltijden, snacks, roomservice (van 11.00 tot 19.00 uur), gebruik van de niet-gemotoriseerde watersportfaciliteiten en deelname aan de georganiseerde (sport)activiteiten.


Aan de noordkust op 8 km van het centrum van Varadero gelegen.

Aantal kamers



  • 3 Restaurants
  • 3 Bars
  • 2 Zwembaden
  • Sauna
  • Fitnesscentrum
  • Tennisbanen
  • Disco/Nachtclub


  • Entertainment
  • Tennis
  • Volleybal
  • Voetbal
  • Watersportmogelijkheden zoals: kajakvaren, waterfietsen, windsurfen en snorkelen

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.

"Nice and clean hotel - great staff!"

I spent 1 week in Playa de Oro - March 2017. The hotel's gem is their staff, most of them always had a big smile, everyone from the front desk ladies, servers, entertainment group and housekeeping staff was willing to help you out. So when you go there, be generous when tipping as they truly deserve it. I found there is plenty of activities to keep you entertained during the entire day, salsa dancing lessons, live music, games, kayaking and other water activities as well as daily night shows. The BBQ lunch by the beach was by far the best food I tried in the resort, good selection of sides to accompany your grilled chicken, fish or pork. When you go there, grab a seat underneath the big tree - Tony is the server for that section and he provides excellent service!! He will make sure you always have a cold drink to enjoy with your meal. Tip: bring your own hot sauce as you will rarely find spicy food in the menu. The hotel is kept clean, yes- it would benefit from some renovations, but if you are not a super picky traveler, you will find that you have everything you need to enjoy a nice vacation. If you can, take the one day tour to Havana - experience this city and all the history in it. Can't say enough about the beautiful beach, your will be very happy with it. The hotel also has several palapas for those who like to stay in the shade. I have no complains about my stay at Playa de Oro, I left Varadero feeling refreshed!

"Great Family vacation spot"

I took a family of five, two adults, two young adults and an 80 year old mother in-law. We had two rooms that were ideally located. I read the other reviews on this site and was quite concerned about what to expect. Having traveled extensively this place compares positively with other middle range hotels in the Caribbean. The location is excellent for our purposes, being in the middle of the Varadero peninsula with at least 10 km of walk-able beach east and west of the hotel. A lunch buffet restaurant and day bar were nicely located right at the beach. A live Cuban band played through the lunch hour. They had life guards and security at the beach, free sailing and beach activities (volley ball, games and dance instruction) supported by convenors. Our first five days had magnificent sunny calm weather, with the last days days starting to get wind and waves and tides. A picture perfect week. My mother-in-law because of her age was treated very nicely by the staff, unfortunately they gave her a first floor room room, which others have noted are humidity prone. No problem we just switched with her and she had no problem with either the stairs or elevator. To combat the humidity they keep the A/C going 24/7 so you need to make sure you have blankets in your room. Cleanliness and sanitation were well managed. Given the hundreds of tourists in all age ranges (and behaviours) they did a good job. The main dining buffet was well stocked. Exotic Caribbean fruits, excellent bread and pastries, a grilled fish station, a pasta bar and even french fries. Chicken and pork were easily available for lunch and most times dinner. The one area which everyone seems to be concerned about is that beef is only available in off cuts which are foreign to most Canadian palates. I suggest giving up beef for a week. For extra pesos you could get Lobster, just talk to the waiters at the beach restaurant about 3:00PM the day before. Tip a few pesos and you can find out about everything you need. Domestic booze is free but want a Napoleon brandy with that cappuccino at the espresso bar and they can source it (for extra pesos of course). Entertainment was quite reasonable, 8:00pm had a dance band for an hour where you listen or dance to Cuban vibes. There usually was a male and a female dancing pro who would dance with tourists. At 10:00pm they had some formal stage entertainment at either the beach stage or the indoor stage depending on the entertainment and weather. Server language skills are uneven ranging from the incredible linguists who speak French, German, Italian, English and Spanish to those who only know phrases or key words in only two or three languages (shame on you if you're mono-lingual :) ). So you need to be aware that the person you're talking to understands you before you get carried away with communicating. I had some fun times in this area. In summary this was a great vacation. my mother-in-law was happy, my wife was happy (and nicely tanned), my freeloading kids were happy, so with the included booze, beer, coffee and food I was happy too.


Food was amazing. Jean Luc you rock!!!!!! I cannot believe how much we ate and how much we enjoyed every morsel of food. Thank you. Amenities are plentiful, entertainment in the pm located in the lobby a bonus (except for the smoke - we don't smoke so it was irritating), coffee bistro awesome, our room 1st night was a disaster but they moved us the next day and the room was way better. Beach was lovely. Staff were great. Only issue was the distance to town. Too far to walk or bicycle in the heat of the day. Would I recommend this place. Yes if you don't mind the location. We stayed in March of 2016.


My friend Caroline and I really enjoyed our stay at this resort during our march break. The beach was beautiful, the food was good, the staff were incredible. We also met great people. I would go back. 😉

"Beautiful, clean small resort"

I just spent two glorious weeks in the Cuba sunshine at this resort. It is a charming smaller resort with only two buildings that house the rooms. The resort itself is kept immaculate by their amazing staff. I have never seen a resort that has been kept so clean with someone always sweeping, mopping or picking up. We loved our room and it was the most comfortable bed we have ever had in Cuba (and we have been many many times). The pillow were passable as well. We felt welcomed by the desk staff who were always friendly and willing to help. The pool was lovely and the beach beautiful. We flew with Sunwing and the Reps at the hotel were super terrific and very accommodating, we couldn't have asked for any better. We thank them very much for making our vacation just that much better. The grounds were beautiful and well maintained and we enjoyed looking at the flowers etc. There were so many positives to mention however there were a few not so great things as well. Having been to Cuba so many times we are well aware that sometimes the food can be hit and miss and truthfully we have never really complained about it. Unfortunately the food was really not that great at this resort. There was little variety and there were a few meals that were unappetizing. I am glad we brought peanut butter and jam and ketchup with us. Frequently there were no plates or glasses to be found at the buffet and silverware was scarce as well. The waitstaff in the diningroom was hit and miss, sometimes it was good and other times there was no service at all which meant you likely got no drinks. Tipping didn't really make that much of a difference. There was a pool side grill also available with a very limited menu however I ate there one day was unwell for the remainder of it and the next day as well. Being a small resort the bar options were few. There was a main bar, a pool-side bar and then one closer to the beach. Overall they were a disappointment, we never did find that one drink that they made well and made you want more. I felt they used excessive amounts of alcohol in them so that is all you could taste even when you asked for much smaller amounts. The entertainment staff were sparse and tended to cater to the younger people. Being closer to retirement age I found that we were not approached to join in activities or for anything and they tended to be seen in clusters together instead of mingling with the tourists. It would have been nice to see more interactive activities and shows. Overall it was a nice vacation but I would not return in the future although we thank Playa de Oro for their hospitality

alle hotelbeoordelingen

Dominicus reisgidsen gratis bij boeking Tenzing TravelDominicus reisgidsen gratis bij boeking Tenzing Travel