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ALL-INCLUSIVE HOLIDAYS CUBA DESTINATIONS LEFT:


Habana Riviera


RIGHT:


Iberostar Parque Central


3 OF THE


BEST Havana


highlights


Hemingway’s haunts


From Bar Floridita to


w VARADERO From the panoramic terrace at the top of the aptly named Iberostar Bella Vista Varadero, it is possible to see all the way along the Hicacos Peninsula, where Varadero is located. The wafer- thin spit of land jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean boasts 12 miles of sandy beaches and is one of Cuba’s tourism hotspots. The top-floor terrace at the Bella


Vista, which has an open-air bar as well as a more formal restaurant inside, is the highest viewpoint on the entire peninsula and perfect for sundowner cocktails and spectacular sunsets. The hotel has 827 rooms ranging


from doubles to family rooms, suites and VIP-only areas, and guests can choose between four swimming pools, six bars and four à la carte restaurants. All-inclusive rates start at €153 per night, for two people. Just along the coast from Bella Vista is the 386-room Iberostar Varadero, which has a stunning central lobby leading on to the main pool, which


The wafer-thin Hicacos Peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean boasts 12 miles of beaches and is one of Cuba’s hotspots


hosts a weekly foam party. By day, guests sunbathe on the beach, while at night, they’ll be found dining at one of five restaurants, or in the audience of nightly shows that range from West End musicals to displays of Cuban dancing. Entertainment isn’t confined to the


grand stage though: at El Bosque restaurant, the ‘waiters’ transform into aria-singing opera stars while you dine on octopus carpaccio and filet mignon from its six-course gourmet tasting menu. All-inclusive rates start at €220 per night, for two people.


w CAYO ENSENACHOS There is a refined and exclusive air to Iberostar Ensenachos, which sets it apart from the area’s other resorts and gives a real feeling of luxury. Overlooking two white-sand beaches – Megano and Ensenachos – the 500- room complex is on a cayo of its own, next to the larger Cayo Santa Maria. For those seeking the A-list


experience, Ensenachos Grand Village is separate from the main resort – a buggy will whisk you along its tree- lined avenues – and boasts 46 suites complete with butler service, VIP check-in, lounge and whirlpool tub on your own private terrace. There is a swimming pool, as well as access to the Instagram-worthy beach, and lunch can be taken at the beach cafe, which does a great chicken chimichurri plus the local staple of rice and black beans. The Grand Village has a formal bar


and restaurant, El Colonial, where diners enjoy lobster thermidor to live musical accompaniment. All-inclusive rates start at €142 per night, for two people.


Hotel Ambos Mundos, where Hemingway lived for years, Havana is full of the author’s former drinking spots.


Old Havana The old town


reveals the many influences that


have shaped the city’s character, from its Spanish colonial roots to the present day.


Cruising around in a Chevy


Cuba’s beautiful vintage cars are a treat, so jump in, put the top down and tour the sights.


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