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Paradisus Princesa Del Mar Resort & Spa
Exquise resort met een Luxury Ultra All Inclusive formule. Dit hotel is, in tegenstelling tot de meeste All In resorts, heel ‘compact’. Vanuit de halfopen receptie heeft u een mooi uitzicht over vrijwel het hele complex én de horizon, wat direct een gevoel van intimiteit geeft. Aan het strand gelegen, in het noorden van het schiereiland Varadero.
Over Paradisus Princesa Del Mar Resort & Spa
Toen dit resort de deuren opende in 2005 was het voor ‘couples only’. De Spaanse Sol Melia hotelgroep nam het resort in 2006 onder de vleugels en gaf er het label ‘ Paradisus’ aan. Dit kenmerk waarborgt de hoge kwaliteit en service; de Sol Meliá Resorts die onder deze noemer vallen behoren tot de beste van de hotelgroep. Nu zijn niet alleen verliefde stellen welkome gasten; een ieder boven de 18 jaar, al dan niet verliefd, verloofd, getrouwd, samen of single, wordt hier warm onthaald. Dit is de plek bij uitstek om uzelf eens echt te verwennen in een luxe, tegelijkertijd heel relaxte omgeving. Er is een ruime keuze aan eet- en drinkgelegenheden, waarbij de nadruk ligt op de à la carte dinermogelijkheden: Marseille (Frans), Firenze (Italiaans), Sakura (Japans), Bamboo (oosters), Rockhouse (steaks & salads) en de Port Royal Grill open air restaurant (verse vis en lokale grill specialiteiten). In The Raquet Club House kunt u 24 uur per dag terecht voor lichte maaltijden, een snack en een drankje. Inbegrepen zijn de lokale èn internationale drankjes (ook alcoholische), wijn, bier en cocktails aan een van de vijf bars. Verder is er een gevarieerd aanbod aan water- en landsporten. Een groot freeform-zwembad met aangrenzend zonneterras en vijf whirlpools die over het resort verspreid liggen. U kunt een (salsa) dansje wagen in de nachtclub, tot in de kleine uurtjes geopend met livemuziek en professionele shows. Een spa met een uitgebreid aanbod aan behandelingen maakt een verblijf extra aantrekkelijk.
- all inclusive
- adults only
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In klassiek-koloniale stijl ingericht met een kingsize of twin bed, airconditioning, kluisje, strijkijzer en -plank, terras of balkon, telefoon, televisie, radio, cd-speler en minibar (dagelijks bijgevuld), koffiezetapparaat. Luxe badkamer met föhn.
Ocean View Junior Suite
: Zoals Junior Suite, met zeezicht.
Geselecteerde alcoholische en non-alcoholische drankjes, alle maaltijden, snacks, gebruik van de niet-gemotoriseerde watersportfaciliteiten en deelname aan de georganiseerde (sport)activiteiten.
Aan het strand gelegen, in het noorden van het schiereiland Varadero.
• 8 Restaurants
• 1 Snackbar
• 9 Bars
• 3 Buitenzwembaden
• 4 Tennisbanen
• Internetfaciliteiten in de lobby
• Tai Chi lessen
• Golfen (in de nabije omgeving)
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals: snorkelen, duiken, boottochten en waterfietsen
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.
"Fawlty Towers at its best"
This has got to be the worst hotel we have ever stayed at, we have been to Cuba before so was not expecting 5star,but was expecting above average service,but we got that wrong.the reception staff must be the rudest ever,the room was ok,and the buffet restaurant terrible. Started,they say checkin 3 pm we arrived about 5 pm and the the room mustn't of been ready as we has to wait in the bar for over an hour so that they could put 2 key cards in an envelope. Eventually got to our room which wasn't bad,full bathroom,tv,fridge,balcony which we overlooked the Royal Service so not a bad outlook,so by this time it was getting on for 6.30 pm,unpacked,then went for something to eat at the buffet. The buffet restaurant has got to be one of the worst I have ever been in (and I have been all over the world) the first thing I noticed was that there was cooking stations oh good until I saw that one utensil did both raw and cooked food,not good and the food was covered in flies.Couldnt wait till next day to make some specialallity restaurant reservations ( you can only make 4 a week)so the next night we had to go back to the buffet, pasta station seemed the best option,so took a chance wasn't to bad it was hot,the next four nights went to Cuban,oriental,Japanese and French which wasn't to bad the only problem was that all the restaurants never had a full menu always when they gave you the menu they would say sorry but this,this and that is not on. We had a few days respite in Havana which we thoroughly enjoyed,then back to the hotel,back in the buffet thought can't go wrong with pasta again but how wrong they never replenished empty dishes/plates always finished so a bit of mixed veg/Bol sauce with pasta penne so heated up in a pan what could go wrong,it was stone cold ,so a manager was called,he then got a chef to re-do it wasn't much warmer.So we then decided to see the rep the next day, told him that this hotel had problems: The food was terrible and the lack of basic hygiene was non existent. It is a closed currency so could queue up at the for up to 2 hours just to change money. You had to queue again for up to 2hours again for restaurant reservations as only 2 members of staff were doing the bookings,management used to pop head round the cornet then disappear. Beach/pool towels could never be changed never any. These are just a few of the problems but our rep had a word with management and on the Wednesday 14/03 the new manager came and introduced himself as Miguel (zero one) was very apologetic and said that he couldn't turn back time and that he was brought Into the hotel to sort out the many problems it had and as way of saying sorry he upgraded us and 2 other couples to Royal Service,but due to lack of communication each time we went over we were refused so gave up. The beach was lovely plenty of sun beds so no reserving which was good and one day actually saw just off the shore line at 8am in the morning saw 5 whales tossing fish in the air and playing which was a bonus we didn't expect. Lovely sight. The Thursday 15/3 and Friday 16/3 we never saw so many hygiene people in white coats doing inspections but unfortunately it didn't help our holiday and we were very very careful what we ate. This hotel was a total disaster always running out of food or wine even tonic water each day and no hot water for 3 days these are just basic commodities this says a lot for a5 star hotel offering all inclusive which it never delivered
"welcoming and relaxing"
Our trip was for my wife's birthday and a well needed break after a family bereavement and our visit did not disappoint at all. The staff were lovely especially the girls running the pool bar, where we spent most afternoons. some areas of the resort are a bit worn out, but this is Cuba, so it's not fair to compare with resorts in other areas, and I'm convinced it's as good as it can be given the challenges getting some building materials on the island. The food is Cuban, well prepared and in good supply. Don't go expecting fries with everything or lots of spice, it's not how it's done there. Entertainment was well organised, the shows were very good and varied for the week of our stay, even a fashion show on the beach which was fun! Like many others have said, the Japanese restaurant is a first class experience and well worth a visit, the rest are ok. my advice, for what it's worth - chat to the staff, be nice to them, after all its those guys who make your holiday - don't be 'that' guest we all come across on our travels. we'll be back one day!
"A Paradise in Paradisus"
We absolutely LOVED this resort. The staff went above and beyond in all areas. The royal side was amazing. Our butler Valexdi, was awesome. He booked all our a la carte meals and it seemed every day we asked him to change it for one reason or another lol. He accommodated us each time. We went to the Japanese twice... the Hilltop restaurant twice, the Mediterranean (miramar) once and the Rock House (Latin) once.. my favorites were the Hilltop and Japanese. Special thanks to Darien our excellent waiter at the Hilltop! The lobby bar staff were great and once Sandy (another amazing staff...bartender) ran to another bar when they ran out of white wine for my friend. The pool was always clean and a special shout out to Vladimir who always goes above and beyond to get you a pad for your chair and tuck your towel around it... There was a young pregnant bartender at the royal side pool (I wish I could remember her name â˜¹...sorry) who ran around and never seemed to tire out. What a hard worker! We're had a great vacation and want to especially thank Marialys for putting it all together for us. We cant wait to return!!
"Eight visits to Cuba, First time here. BEST RESORT IN VARADERO!"
This was my eighth visit to Cuba, and the first time I've stayed here. I have stayed in everything from a 2 star to a five star, and this is the only resort I would consider to truly be a 5 star. I've never stayed at an adult only resort, and I have too say, I'll be searching them out now. We were there over March Break, and everything from the people, food (great restaurants), cleanliness, entertainment, and service was top notch. The a la carte restaurants, were fantastic. We tried them all but one. I LOVED that even though the resort was 80 percent full, it never seemed crowded. We NEVER had to look for chairs or wake up early to reserve chairs which has been my experience at other all inclusive's. There were enough chairs for everyone. For those that have never travelled before to Cuba, this is for sure the place to be. For return visitors, you will be amazed at the higher quality of everything from the last place you stayed. Special thanks goes to Glenda in reception who went out of her way to help me reach a Cuban friend. You could tell she really loves her job, and takes pride in helping clients. Also special thanks go to our amazing waiters, Raiko, Lionet, and Lili on the beach, who all knew by the second day what we were drinking (water, tea, coffee) in the morning at breakfast, and had it by our table when they saw us by the time we sat down. Also thanks to Laura who checked me in and answered many questions. Darien at the Hilltop restaurant always had a smile on his face and was an excellent waiter. The boss (jefa) in the Hilltop restaurant really helped us out our last night and at the last minute was kind enough to expand our reservation by 2 people so our friends could join us. One of the Chef's Neilyn was smiling every morning and happy to greet everyone. She made great Omelette's. Also a mention to Alexis in animation, they really work hard. There is a woman that plays piano in the Hilltop restaurant, and then she plays in the piano bar. This woman is phenomenal, the piano bar is a lot of fun, with everyone singing along. Very easy to meet people, as all are in relaxed mode, with such great service and facilities. The only suggestion I would make has nothing to do with the hotel, but the bank, which is on the premises. The hotel has no control over the bank, they are their own entity, so if anyone from the bank is reading this, please extend your hours and PLEASE carry some one peso coins and bills. The only cash machine is in Varadero and it costs 20 Pesos to get there, or 5 Pesos on a bus that stops at all the hotels. I would suggest changing your money at the airport when you arrive. One last special Thank You to Daulin and Marc, Thank You for everything. You should be very proud of your amazing staff and resort. Gracias!
"Fun in the Sun!"
We just returned from a week of fun in the sun at this beautiful resort. After reading some of the reviews, we were a little wary about what we might find. But overall, things were great! Let me start with the positives. The beach was fantastic -- scenic, sandy and the water was warm. There was never a seating problem, as there are lots of chairs and umbrellas available. The pool was nice too -- clean and nicely laid out, with lots of chairs. And there were no bugs at all! Check-in was quick and easy, followed by a nice ride to our building. Our room was clean and comfortable, with a regularly stocked fridge and no shortage of hot water. We did not get the Royal Service, but had no complaints at all with the accommodations and service. Our balcony even had a view of the ocean. The entertainment all week long was very good. There were a variety of concerts, an aquatic show at the pool, performers in the lobby every night, and live music at some of the restaurants. Very talented and professional! We tried 4 of the a la carte restaurants, and were pleasantly surprised. Our favourite was the Mediterranean one, and you get a good show at the Japanese place. Reservations are required, although none of them seemed full. The buffet restaurant was only ok -- a large variety of foods, but not much changed throughout the week. I read some complaints about line-ups, but I found if you waited a few minutes, you could go back and get quick service. Timing is everything. We preferred sitting outside, which was always nice. Service was very attentive and unfailingly friendly. Just a couple of things where there could be improvements: The line-ups to make restaurant reservations or to do your currency exchanges were both VERY slow. At least it gave a nice opportunity to chat with other guests. The 24 hour snack restaurant is VERY slow with a limited menu, but it is a place to go when everything else is closed. HINTS: We were very happy on the third (top) floor in building 3 -- close to the beach, well-maintained, ocean-view. If you don't mind climbing the stairs (no elevators), then this provides you with a quiet location. The lobby bar is the best place for drinks (including cappuccino). If it is full or busy, just go for a stroll through the beautiful grounds and come back in a few minutes to get a table. The plastic cups at the beach bar are small, so it would be worthwhile to bring your own larger, insulated mugs to enjoy your cool drinks by the water. There are shops and a craft market within walking distance at the marina next door, where the prices are cheaper than within the resort or at the airport. That's it! Take it easy and enjoy your time!
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