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Paradisus Varadero Resort and Spa

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Large, well-run resort hotel away from the busier parts of Varadero, with a wide range of facilities.

The Paradisus Veradero Resort and Spa has a lush, tropical setting on Punta Francés at the quiet and secluded eastern end of the Varadero peninsula.


Most rooms have a sunken living room, murals adorning the walls and a patio or balcony. There are also two garden villas with private pool, Jacuzzi and a private sauna.


There are several bars and restaurants to choose from specialising in a range of international cuisines. Other facilities include outdoor floodlit tennis courts, gym, spa, large freeform swimming pool and a wide array of available water sport activities.


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What our clients say

  • Not as characterful, exciting or interesting as any of our previous accommodation; including Hotel Sevilla, but provided a comfortable base at the end of the holiday.

    BO, Sheffield
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Our Expert's Opinion

Paradisus Vardero is located at the quieter eastern end of the peninsula meaning you still get a to enjoy the stunning white sand beaches of Varadero but away from the hustle and bustle of the busier resorts. The decor is attractive, there is lots of natural light in the rooms and restaurant and the use of natural shade from palm trees by the pool and on the beach makes it even more exciting to spend the day lazing! If you can, upgrade to the Royal Service room for a treat.

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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