Cayo Coco's original resort, the Tryp is a miniature city, with several pools, more than 20 bars and restaurants, and nearly a thousand rooms spread along a mile of pale beach. The hotel consists of two compounds, each with its own reception: the original complex, to the west, has more charm, with large rooms in Spanish-style structures surrounded by gardens; the newer wing has a modern, open-air lobby that overlooks a vast pool area with sculptures, fountains, and a sunken
bar. Rooms throughout are done in earth tones and have tile floors, balconies, and large baths with tubs.
Cayo Coco, due north of causeway, unknown, Ciego de Ávila, Cuba