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Hotels in Holguin Cuba

Hurricane Ike was the third most devastating hurricane in recent recorded history behind Andrew and Katrina. That being said, Cuba’s hotel market has really sprang back especially in the Holguin province. Here are some of the finest hotels Holguin has to offer since the devastation.

HOTEL PARADISUS RIO DE ORO - This translates to Gold River Paradise Hotel. The hotel is the ideal getaway for adult travelers looking to have a wedding or a reception. This hotel is found in the North Eastern part of the Holguin province in the Bahia de Naranjo Natural Park.

ADDRESS - Playa Esmeralda, Carretera Guardalavaca, Holguin.

HOTEL SOL RIO DE LUNA Y MARES RESORT - This translates to Sun Hotel and River of the Moon and Sea Resort. This hotel is actually a merger between the Rio de Luna and Rio de Mares hotels. This hotel is family friendly and very accommodating in that way providing a Baby Club and a Mini Club for children under 12.

ADDRESS - Playa Esmeralda, Carretera Guardalavaca, Holguin.

HOTEL OCCIDENTAL GRAND PLAYA TURQUESA - This translates to Grand Western Turkish Beach Hotel. This hotel is handicap accessible providing ramps that connect to all of the main areas of the hotel. A shuttle service to the beach is provided for all guests.

ADDRES - Calle Guardalavaca, Playa Yuraguanal, Rafael Freyre, Holguín

HOTEL GAVIOTA PLAYA PESQUERO - This is translated to Fishing Gull Beach Hotel. This hotel is highly touted as the beach where Christopher Columbus landed. The hotel is perfect for romantic getaways, even if you bring your kids with you.

ADDRESS - Playa Pesquero, Rafael Freyre, Holguin

HOTEL GAVIOTA PLAYA COSTA VERDE - This is translated to Green Coast Gull Beach Hotel. This hotel and resort is situated between mountains and the beach. The hotel and resort even provides nightly events for the guests.

ADDRESS - Playa Pesquero, Rafael Freyre, Holguin.

Discussion: Have you been to Holguin, Cuba? How was your trip?


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