At a Glance
- unusually, the resort features a Japanese restaurant, there's a great children's pool area
- as with the properties on the far-end of the peninsula, getting into town can be a drag
Paradisus Varadero Review
With lots of faux-marble and trompe l'oeil effects, this all-suite spa resort has a playful, Mediterranean feel. The main reception area leads to palm-tree lined ponds, islets, and rock gardens. The eight restaurants—possibly a Varadero record—serve a variety of cuisines. Spa treatments include mud baths and massages. Amply sized rooms feature bamboo furnishings, marble counters, and languid plasma-screen TVs.