Hotels Made For a Cuba Honeymoon
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If you are choosing where to go on your honeymoon, Cuba makes its case as a country bursting with top-class hotels
, a tropical landscape and an ocean setting. Read on to find out about three of the most luxurious hotels that will host a perfect honeymoon in Cuba.
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Cayo Coco


Cayo Coco is one of a chain of islands called Jardines del Rey ("King's Gardens") on the north shore of Cuba. Taking your Cuba honeymoon here will mean walking on beaches you will only have dreamed of - with the white sand and bright opal water synonymous with the Caribbean.

Here you will find the Melia Cayo Coco, an all inclusive, five star hotel - the newest hotel in the resort - designed to be the perfect dwelling for a honeymoon in Cuba. The hotel is arranged around a beach and a lagoon, with modern accommodation
called 'superior double rooms' positioned over the lagoon on stanchions. Each with its own balcony or terrace, ensuring every room has a wonderful view looking out over water.

Because it is all inclusive, the hotel will let you relax on your Cuba honeymoon, knowing that the meals, sauna, Jacuzzi, massages, fitness centre, towels, sun beds and parasols are yours to enjoy. All meals and drinks in the hotel's restaurants and bars are included too, so you can celebrate your romantic escape together with unlimited drinks and good food.



Further north is the resort town of Varadero, also known as Playa Azul in Spanish, meaning "blue beach". This is where you'll find Melia Las Americas, a five star resort set on a stretch of white sand and turquoise sea. Like the hotel in Cayo Coco, this is run on an all-inclusive format, and being a resort reserved for adults, it is ideal for honeymoons in Cuba, with a relaxed atmosphere, high-style and spa treatments.

Couples can enjoy a number of sports here such as golf, tennis and beach volleyball - and why not try your hand at archery? You can venture out as a couple on the water in a pedalo, or on the more sizeable craft such as rowing boats, canoes, catamaran, and sail boats. This is a good place to learn scuba diving, and there's windsurfing locally, too. With a view of blue water seemingly in all directions, you'll be tempted into the sea for sure. The duplex suites at the hotel are often set aside for couples on a Cuba honeymoon because these rooms have the best views of the ocean.



With a tailor made multi-centre honeymoon, Cuba can show you more of what it has to offer. By electing to take a multi centre holiday you can stay in several resorts in the country, perhaps combining a beach resort with a stay in an atmospheric city like Havana.

The foremost accommodation in Havana is the five-star Saratoga hotel. It was built in the 1930s in a prime central location in Havana, near Cuba's National Capitol Building. Like its neighbour, the Saratoga is a stately building. It has been renovated and restored retaining the grand exterior and authentic furnishings, with modern facilities.

Guests on their Cuba honeymoon at the Saratoga will enjoy a few extra little luxuries like wine, water and chocolates in your room, a special breakfast, and a welcome cocktail.



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