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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
Klasse:
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.

"First time in Cuba"

   22-02-2017
Resort was very clean but a little run down, maids were awesome, bar staff were great, front desk very helpful. Food was lousy, looked good but tasteless, unapatizing to look at, we had to leave the resort to find good food. we all got diaharea from the food

"Playa De Oro was great"

   22-02-2017
Loved this place. Yes the rooms are dated but the staff at the resort are amazing! The grounds are kept very well. Bring pepper but I am not picky so i loved the food. Bread and pastry amazing. Thanks to Birelle and yesnelly at the bar. Beautiful people and Tony (look for him) he is a wonderful person so sad to leave. I would come back to Playa. Just came back February 2017

"run the other way"

   21-02-2017
Honestly, I've never taken the time to write a review but after my 1st trip to Cuba, I think this resort gets it. When I booked for Feb10-17th 2017 the resort was a 4start, funny it's gone down to a 3.5 in weeks. It does not even deserve a 3 star. For one, we get to the resort, arranged for the one bed as we were a couple and specifically booked ocean view. We arrived at the airport and wait 2+ hours to get through customs as only one security scanner was working. Make it to the resort and get a room on the 1st floor with 2 single beds that are made with sheets that had multiple yellow stains, the room reeked of bleach, it was all bleach fumes but the room still looked very unkept and smelled like bleach and mold. After settling and going to the front desk, after making a fuss they moved us to the 4th floor where we got one double bed. A floor shower that when wet the water seeped into the other side of the room where the bed was. A fridge with no water or anything else to drink. The AC was not on so the room smelled kind of funny as well. When going to the front to ask about the water as we were dying, they said you get only one bother your entire stay. There was nothing we could do but accept that, however we did not even get the one single bottle that we were supposed to and when we asked for it, they made us feel like we were lying about never getting it. You basically have to keep the one bottle and re-fill it at the bars. They clean the room everyday by making the bed with the same sheets and opening the blinds. The food at the resort is absolutely horrible, the sweet old lady at the pasta station kept us alive for the 7 days, food off the resort such as Varadero 60 and El Carbone BBQ were delicious. Some of the staff are super unfriendly but only crack a smile after you tip them, which is fine but they almost making you feel bad for asking for stuff. They do not replace your towels everyday so lay yours out in the balcony to dry, Your beach towels, guard them with your life you only get 1 each for your stay and if you lose it, it's 15 pesos, and everyday we went to the towel hut to get fresh beach towels they somehow never have clean ones even though we can see them folded and piled up behind the guy. There aren't ever enough beach chairs, so people wake up at sunrise and claim the chairs for themselves by leaving their towels and belongings on them, even though they aren't using them all day, you can't use them. The a la carte on the resorts are just like the buffet food except someone brings it to you and they clean it up a but. For the first time visiting Cuba, this resort has ruined Cuba for me, never again.

"We'll be back!"

   20-02-2017
This was our second trip to Cuba. There are many positive things about Playa de Oro, and a couple of negatives. We returned yesterday and are still basking in our post Cuba glow! The positives! Beautiful beach, the beach restaurant lunchtime grilled meats and service, the grounds are meticulously maintained, no huge line ups at the bars or restaurants if you don't wait until too late, good variety of food, wonderful animation team, live band in the lobby nightly, good variety of entertainment with the shows, lovely, friendly faces greeting you in the restaurants, bars and cafe bar. The negatives - we were in room 1213 - two double beds. My bed was horribly lumpy and very uncomfortable. In hindsight, we should have asked for another room with more comfortable beds or one king sized beds. The pillows were an odd polyester stuffing - so perhaps bring your own. The other negative was the front desk staff. It was rare to find a smiling face. On one occasion, I literally stood for five minutes while there were seven staff members, only one of them serving customers, and not one of the others would make eye contact with me. I was totally timing it to see how long it would take for someone to offer me service. Not the most welcoming feeling. Perhaps a refresher on fundamentals of working in the hospitality industry. Oddly, they only provide you with one key when you check in, and you must return the second day to request a second key. Quite unusual and very inconvenient. What to bring with you! Black pepper - they only have white pepper, and the shakers are usually empty!. Peanut butter - beautiful fresh bread every day, with some local jams/jellies - but no peanut butter. Tea bags - if you prefer tea over coffee, bring your own tea bags. Pillow - see above. I'll definitely be doing this next time. Bug spray/after bite/benedryl - make sure you shower off your legs for the sand mites when leaving the beach. Travel mug - great for your drinks from the bar. Towels - we were very happy we had our own beach towels to supplement the hotel towels. Made it super easy to find our spots! As we spoke with people throughout the week - there are many who return annually. When compared to other resorts, they give Playa de Oro very high marks. We met one couple who have returned to Playa de Oro 11 times!

"Fantastic budget vacation!!"

   20-02-2017
Just returned yesterday from Playa de Oro and miss it already. I was there for 8 days with my husband and 11.5 year old son, and my sister and her husband. We all had an amazing, fun, and relaxing holiday. If you are booking here expecting luxury, you may have booked the wrong place. But if you can keep your expectations in line with what you are paying, you should have a great time! Our first impression upon arriving at our room (at around 4 am) was a bit disappointing. Our room was musty and dated, and a little run down. But how much time do you spend in your room, right? As an aside, our room was on the main floor, 2034, and was very close to the beach, pool bar and pool, so location was great. This resort is fairly small and so everything is also very easily accessible. We all found the food to be plentiful and overall very good. The fish at both the Buffett and the Cuban outdoor grill was excellent, the bread and buns wonderfully fresh and tasty. Lots of variety of both Cuban food and North American, so unless you are an extremely picky eater, you won't go hungry. But if you are expecting things to be exactly like they are at home, you might be disappointed. The drinks are plentiful- the beer is cold and they are generous with the free poured shots! I had a fantastic mojito at the pool bar, which is also a great place for a snack or light lunch (our favourite was the Baguette Paris, and my son enjoyed the hotdogs). We were also fortunate enough to be here on Valentine's Day. For CUC3, the wonderful house band serenaded my husband at the pool bar, and the staff pulled out all the stops and dressed up the buffet at dinner so beautifully, including sparkling wine at the entrance! My sister was so overwhelmed at how much effort the staff had put in that she was moved to tears! We found the staff to be generally quite wonderful. If you are friendly and kind to them that is likely what you can expect in return. Our favourite waiter was handsome Richel, who would work in the morning in the breakfast buffet and then run over to the pool bar to work the rest of the day. Also taking wonderful care of us at breakfast was a very sweet woman named Ironeida (apologies if I have misspelled your name!). Please be sure to tip your servers, bartenders, maids etc, as well as you can afford. Many of these people work 2 or more jobs, are only earning 20 pesos/month, and have to give half their tips to the government. If you leave your resort to go on a tour, remember to take your gifts/tips along. We went on a tour of a sugar cane plantation and old can processing mill near Cardenas, and I forgot to take along the crayons and things I had brought for the children! Doh! Finally, the beach. We prefer the ocean to the pool, so we spent most of our time at the beach. The Varadero beaches have a much deserved reputation for being stunning, and the Playa de Oro beach did not disappoint. We were very fortunate to have excellent weather all week, and the one day that started out rainy and windy ended up being one of the most fun as we spent the day jumping and being tossed around by the waves! If you want a palapa and enough lounge chairs you need to get there early, but if you're patient you'll eventually snag one as people come and go throughout the day. So yes, this resort isn't new, it isn't posh, and if that's what you're expecting you'll probably be disappointed. But if you are after some amazing sun and sand and budget friendly good times, and you keep your expectations in line with what you're paying and remember that you are in Cuba, you'll have an amazing holiday!


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