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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.

Kenmerken

  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • beachfront

Insiders tip

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

Hotelnaam:
Mercure Playa de Oro
Plaats/regio:
Varadero
Code:
H18711
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 67 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Standard
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.

Ligging

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

Aantal kamers

391

Faciliteiten

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

Activiteiten

  • 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.

"Very Nice Resort"

   23-04-2017
Stayed at this resort from April 6-13 family of 6 we really enjoyed our stay entertainers were great, a big shoutout to Jasneil and his sister, Herbert and Christian all from the entrainment department they always came over and wanted us to be involved in water aerobics volley ball poolside games and nitely entertainment at the lobby were we played trivia games and cubian dancing. Always somewhere at the resort where you could get something to eat either the buffet pool bar or down at the beach grill.The beach was beautiful but spent most of our stay around the main pool, we had poolview rooms, I had a ground floor right outside main pool . Took the bus down town Varedero for $5 pesos good for the whole day. Our group hired a taxi to and from. down town Varadero one nite to the PullmanClub got a beer for 2 pesos and there was a live band playing. Had a really good time then returned to the resort disco always a great time there after entertainment was over at nite. Beds were really comfortable met a lot of people from Nova Scotia , NewBrunswick , Toronto , Calgary and Montreal lots of new friends and great memories .I travelled 9 times down south and this one of my best trips.

"Few people are rude and so busy that no chairs and wait line for restaurant"

   22-04-2017
Good: Food , some staffs, nice beach , nice pool Bad: Few rude staffs, cold room, cold water, not enough chairs Here is what I think. I'm a solo traveler. I re-visit Varadero and want to visit another hotel than the last one. I am so disappointed and regret I didn't go back to my visited last resort. As mentioned, good things are pretty basic. So now I'll tell you what is the things and incident I'm facing to rate the resort for 1 star. I find as a solo traveler and Asian (I'm actually a Canadian) I find few staffs are really rude. My first to the restaurant after a long flight is been terrible. There was a woman sever with short hair and glasses (only seen her once) actually kick me out of her section table twice. She just took away my glasses and tell me to stay away from her station by the restaurant door section. Staff at front desk who helped me to check in was quick but didn't tell me anything at all. She just give me the envelop with room key and ask me to wait for the bell boy to bring me to my room. I need to go back and ask them all the questions so that I can get around and a towel. The second staff helping others is very nice and very attentive. She was also there when I checked in but she was helping other staffs. She is really helpful throughout my stay. Rooms are so cold because the air conditioning temperature cannot be adjusted. Is really cold and I have to wear my winter jacket when I sleep. The water is slow, cold and I almost catch a cold after shower in the cold room Never have enough chairs for the beach and pool. There are a few times that the restaurant is so full that we need to line up for dinner. The bed is old and not comfortable at all I can keep going as I really want to go home because I felt so unwelcome to the resort as I'm a solo traveler. I think they expect solo traveler don't tip or even on a budget. I end up tipping some servers because they are nice to me by the pool I will not go back although the food is really great.

"Very nice resort"

   20-04-2017
There were six of us that went down to Varadero Cuba.We arrived at the resort Hotel Playa de Oro at 11pm.The service was great,we had a poolside view the room was on the ground floor.The room was nice we had no problems getting bottle water there were always water in our room for us.The rooms were clean never ever seen a bug.The only thing I didn't like about the resort they didn't have a swim up bar that really suck.Everything else was great the Entertainers Hebert and Neil always went around talking to the people especially they would stop off where we were and have a little chat with us.We played games in the pool played some games out of the pool.The disco was directly across from the main lobby I found it to cold in there.The food wasn't bad you would never starve to death.Everyone was so friendly,the beach was beautiful didn't go there much I rather the pool. You would fine your way around with no problem because it's a small resort that's what I liked about it.,All in all I really liked the resort and I would go back there again.

"Needs lots of work"

   19-04-2017
This is our 4th visit to Cuba, first time to this resort. Where to start, we arrived fairly early, noon, check in was fairly easy except they only issue one room key, hmm two people, one key.The bellman is right there to show you to your room and he shows you all you need to know. First issue however is the money exchange, this resort does not have $1 pesos, none, zero, zip, the smallest is a $3 peso,but how can a resort not have $1 pesos? more on that later. The room was on the ground floor, room 2023, now while others have complained about the smell our room was fine and had no issues, as others have stated there is no control for the AC just simply on or off via the circuit breaker, we did not have any issues regarding this as our room was cool enough. Our maid, sorry we did not get her name was fabulous, our room was nicely cleaned, fresh towels and sheets everyday, only downside which is not the maids fault, but I've never been to a resort before where you only get one bottle of water for the whole stay and it is your responsibility to refill it at the various bars. The food, people have to remember that this is Cuba, so as far as the food is concerned it was ok, the buffet does not offer many choices, but you will not go hungry, Cubans do not cook with a lot of spices so I suggest bringing your own, salt, pepper, hot sauce, ketchup, mustard.. The beach BBQ is where we ate lunch every day and it was very good, I suggest getting there early as they do tend to run out of food. The a la carts were good, you only get two,which again is unusual as most places usually give you 3. We ate at the Italian, and Club 1887, ask for Wilfrado at 1887. 1887 was amazing and the service provided by Wilfrado was top notch. Customer service, I have never been to a resort before where the staff seems so disinterested, they don't smile, don't engage, don't ask how you are enjoying your stay. Half the time they will walk by you in the lobby with their heads down looking at their phones, or simply don't even make eye contact. Earlier I had mentioned about the money, I really believe that the resort does not promote a culture of tipping for the simple fact they do not have $1 pesos, whenever we travel we are good tippers but I am not going to tip $3 pesos for one drink. Half the time the bar staff do not have change so they know they will not be getting tipped which I believe leads to the poor service. One bartender who I can only describe as very very tall, muscular, working the main lobby bar, I did not see him smile once the whole week we were there, nor did I ever hear him speak. He would look at you, nod at your glass, make your drink, slam it in front of you and walk away, if you were lucky enough to have change and tip him he would put it in his vest pocket and walk away without so much as a thank you. The bartender at the beach bar Osmedi was awesome and always remembered our drinks. Again please seek out Wilfrado, if all of the staff were like him this resort would be amazing, our second night there, sitting in the main lobby in the lounge chairs he sought us out, thanked us for coming to his country, couldn't thank us enough for helping to provide for his family and told us if there was anything he could do for us to just ask. Another issue regarding customer service this time in the buffet, now we understand it is a buffet, you get your own food, that is fine, heck we even understand busy, however, 4 of the 7 times we ate there we had to get our own drinks from the servers station, not once were we asked if we wanted anything they just kept walking by, again in other resorts they bring you water, ask if you want coffee or something else, not here, its like we did not even exist. Customer service is nonexistent. We did a day trip into town, you can either take the bus at $5 pesos per person which lets you ride for the whole day or take a cab, if you take a cab be sure to agree on the price beforehand, we took a cab as the bus was always full and it cost us $10 pesos each way plus tip. The shopping is good, the vendors do not pressure you and we were not harnessed by anyone in town looking for money. While in town I strongly recommend you go to the Cave restaurant, it is a little difficult to find but if you go to the big park in the town square, enter the park, cross the bridge and it is on the right hand side, my wife and I each had the grilled lobster and shrimp dishes for $18 pesos each and it was well worth it. The beach is wonderful, hey it's Cuba right, one thing I did notice is that if you do not go save your beach chairs by 6:30 am you're pretty much out of luck, however lots of people seem to just leave their towels overnight but I did not have issues getting a chair by going early. Regarding the towels, there is not enough, going to exchange your wet towels only to be told they have none left to come back the next day. Also at the towel exchange our second to last day the girl working the towel hut asked my wife and I for our Bubbas, Now I know that sometimes people leave things like this behind but when we told her we were not done with them she got quite pissy about it and was rather pushy that we give them to her. We flat out told her no. This resort needs a crash course in customer service, we don't expect the staff to be falling all over us nor do we expect them to be kissing our butts, but some acknowledgement would have been nice. Will we go back to this resort, no.

"Busy Place!"

   18-04-2017
This is not that bad of a property. Not a place I would recommend to young families but to older adults, couples any age and singles this would be just fine. Food I noticed was the same here as other properties I have visited. Selections can run out and that is just Cuba. The people and the beach make this a great stay. The rooms are clean but the property is dated and I would honestly say 3 star solid for my opinion. I did love that the disco is in a separate building in front of the property just across from the front lobby. It is a dated hotel with minor fixes and hard working people.


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