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Meliá Santiago de Cuba

At a Glance

    Pros

  • the hotel is just about the most up-to-date facility in town
  • there is a great night club on the top floor

    Cons

  • the hotel is a fair walk from downtown, requiring a short taxi ride

Meliá Santiago de Cuba Review

With the look of a tropical erector set, this red, white, and blue high-rise is either playfully appealing or pompously postmodern, depending on your point of view. However controversial the exterior might be, no one argues about whether this Spanish-run hotel's service and amenities are top-notch—they simply are. Rooms are large and modern, with great city views from the upper floors. The vast lobby, cast in green marble, includes two restaurants and a business center with Internet access—almost unheard of—for a mere 5 cuc an hour. The lobby leads outdoors to a palm-lined pool complex surrounded by bars and restaurants. The buffet breakfasts and dinners at the main restaurant are good, and the house band, Aldo y Su Grupo, is hot; be sure to catch their happy-hour set at the rooftop nightclub.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Av. de las Américas, e/Av. Manduley y Av. Cuarto, Reparto Sueño, Santiago de Cuba, Santiago de Cuba
  • Phone: 226/687070
  • Website:
  • Location: Santiago de Cuba

    Hotel Details

  • 270 rooms, 30 junior suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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