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I stayed hear for 4 days.
The food is shockingly BAD. I only had breakfasts, avoiding other meals. On the third day, instead of the buffet, breakfast was bought out on plates. But it was left overs. I was very ill for that night and...More
The bungalow rooms at El Colony were surpisingly good. Very romy with a nice bathroom setup and good vies. The grounds are also nice and well maintained. The daily buffet was not very good and not attractively presented either. This is a good place to...More
We stayed here for 4 nights in August. It’s not luxury, but you’re probably not expecting that if you’ve made your way to Isla de la Juventud. It’s a bit dated like a lot of the state hotels in Cuba – some holes in the...More
The hotel staff were extremely attentive, and despite the language barrier on my behalf did their utmost to answer any questions or meet any requests I had. Those that manned the restaurant were especially friendly and welcoming - particularly the older gentleman with the black...More
It's not straightforward to get to, but if you wanted easy you would have gone somewhere else. Cuba is at a moment of change with the opening of its borders. The hotel is plain but clean, the staff are very helpful, the hotel restaurant is...More
US$72 - US$75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from neanie1961 | Reviewed this property |
Ellie, you can't.
You need to go via Cubaism. Make sure that any confirmations you receive are printed - we heard a story that the hotel wasn't accepting emails shown on phones and on our last day met a couple who were... More
Ellie, you can't.
You need to go via Cubaism. Make sure that any confirmations you receive are printed - we heard a story that the hotel wasn't accepting emails shown on phones and on our last day met a couple who were refused entry because of this.
Also- you will need to pay day to day bills at the hotel by cash (bar, mainly) unless the hotel has changed its policy in the last month.
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"We upgraded our room to a bungalow, but really that just gets you a little more space (the furniture is..."