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This lovely property sits on 19 acres of land and is nestled between lush mountains and the picturesque Arroyo Bermejo Beach. Designed for couples and singles alike, there is a huge range of activities on offer, from Spanish classes to volleyball competitions! There are 4 different restaurants to choose from and 5 bars — including the nightclub where you can dance the night away. The hotel is close to historic Havana, Matanzas City and Varadero Beach for interesting days out, but lazing around the pool is also an appealing option!
On Arroyo Bermejo Beach on Cuba's north coast, surrounded by mountains and ocean, close to one of Havana Club's largest rum factories (closed to public). Transfer time from airport: 1 hour 30 min.
240 rooms in eighteen 2-storey blocks with no lifts. Garden View Rooms have balcony/terrace, air-conditioning, cable TV, CD player, telephone, tea/coffee-making facilities, mini-fridge with bottled water on arrival, safe, iron and board, and hairdryer. Garden View Rooms with 1 king-size bed or 2 single beds, sleeping max 3 adults.
Pool View Rooms-have the same facilities but overlook the pool, sleeping max 3 adults.
Oceanview Rooms-provide fabulous sea views, mini-fridge stocked with juice, soft drinks, bottled water replenished daily upon request, sleeping max 3 adults.
Tropical Oceanview room-same as garden view rooms, plus a mini-fridge, CD player and a separate living room.
3 restaurants and 1 grill: Martino's (Italian, à la carte, dinner), La Taberna (International cuisine-including some Cuban dishes), El Ranchon (lunch) and an International buffet (breakfast, lunch and dinner). 5 bars including nightclub. Please note: à la carte dining is limited to one visit per restaurant per stay (more visits are permitted if space allows).
Large swimming pool with separate Jacuzzi. Water sports include Hobie Cat sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, scuba-diving*, water polo and volleyball. Tennis, gym, basketball and table tennis.
Daytime entertainment includes themed parties, dance classes, Spanish language lessons, mini-Olympic games, games room. Evening entertainment: Cuban night, gala nights during the week, piano bar and shows every night.
Laundry service*. On-site shop.
Minimum child age: 14 years.
*Denotes local charge.
All meals and snacks. Unlimited premium-brand drinks. All activities above unless otherwise stated.
Wheelchair accessible room with 2 double beds and roll-in shower or bath and shower in a Standard Garden View category.Book this hotel Back to top
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We stayed at Breezes Jibacoa in August. The resort is smaller and certainly during our stay the majority were not "the party crowd", however we were there for the reef that is just an easy swim of... Read more the beach. We were there in 2004 and pretty much knew what we were going for. We did notice some changes since 2004. First the food was better, relative to the last trip. I still would not say that we would go back for the food, however neither would we stay away because of it. It is fine for a weeks stay. We also noticed that the staff were not as cheerful as the last time. Since our first trip we have told everyone about how pleasant and proud of their country and history the Cuban folks were. This time there was a noticeable difference. We asked a lady we met at the returning guest party about that and she confirmed that this was true. The impact of the global economic down-turn has meant some serious adjustments in quality of life for Cubans. She also pointed out that in 2004 the employees were generally younger and newer in the workforce and because of the Cuban labour rules, once hired people stay, so the staff now may not be as perky as new employees are. Don't get me wrong, they still did a good job, just not the same as last time. The reef was still beautiful and if we can just get new snorkelers to not stand up when they are over it, it was stay beautiful longer. The resort does have signs, but unfortunately folks don't pay attention. One other thing that surprised us were the number of folks who said to us that they wished they had seen someone mention about taking an insulated mug with them on holiday. We do all the time and have for years. It saves one use plastic cups from going to "land-fill" and keeps your drink cold and sand free. So pack a mug! We will be back, it is a nice resort and a great place to snorkel. Read less
We stayed at Breezes Jibacoa Nov. 23 - Dec. 1. Oceanview room (2130) was superb - postcard view every morning. Friendly staff from maids to servers to bartenders to gardeners. Our gardener sang... Read more every day outside our building. Nelson in the Buffet Restaurant makes the best omelets! Mojitos with fresh mint were our favorite drink along with the Spanish Coffee in the Piano Bar. Capuccinos at the lobby bar were wonderful. Nightly entertainment was fun but rather poorly attended - could have been the weather. Made two great trips - one to Habana, one to Bay of Pigs with our guide Anthony (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) You can find him outside the hotel, up the hill. Way less money than those arranged in the lobby. (70 pesos TOTAL to Habana for 4 of us; 180 pesos TOTAL to Bay of Pigs for 2 of us.) Water pressure is not great but the water is hot. Do take a thermos with you. The bartenders will fill it with water, soft drinks or booze and it stays cold! Food was fine - desserts and breads were spectacular - unfortunately!!! Beef, not so much but there is fish, pork, chicken. Ate in each of the speciality restaurants. Very nice although my lasagna was lukewarm. Cubans are such friendly people. As everyone says, tipping is fine but talk to the workers. I left behind shoes and clothing which still had some shelf life; and some unused toiletries. If the resort workers can't use them, they will find someone who can. Beautiful country - open yourself up to it! Read less
Just spent a week in Jibacoa at Super Breezes in late November - our first time to this part of Cuba but our 4th trip to this fascinating country. The hotel was clean, the cappuccinos from the lobby... Read more bar were a big hit and far better than the regular coffee in the buffet. The buffet had less fresh fish than we would have liked. The Italian a la carte restaurant exceded our expectations in terms of quality of food, presentation and service. There are lots of opportunities for long walks including the organized walks from the hotel. A great spot for day trips into Havana. We rented a '55 Pontiac with a driver and guide; they were wonderful and gave us a great tour including an unbelievable evening at the Buena Vista Social Club - loud but EXCELLENT entertainment. Took the Jeep day trip also - excellent adventure and excellent guide. Hotel staff very friendly and helpful. Beautiful setting also tucked under the hills. I would definitely recommend this hotel and this holiday destination. Read less
On November 1, my wife and friends along with myself journied to Breezes Jibacoa and found it to be one of the better adventures in Cuba. The resort has a wonderul reception area adorned with... Read more beautiful wood trusses. The bar serves the best coffee cocktails imaginable. The resort itself is very compact and you can find anything within a short walk. The pool was nice to swim in even though a little maintenance is necessary ( tiles are missing).The pool bar again sevred magnificent coffee beverages. The buffet was really good with lots of variety of foods. The one downfall was the ocean. You had to navigate over a bed of rocks to have a decent swim. There were plenty of vintage cars to take you into Havana and we hooked up with Michael and Oswaldo. We had a tour of Old Havana for 60 Cucs for the 4 of us. They also took us to the Bonavita Social Club for a fantastic evening of music. The rooms are what you would expect in Cuba but all have a beautiful backdrop of the hill across from th resort. With such a view 3 days of rain did not dampen our spirits. The staff is very friendly and they were like family by the end of our trip. I would recommend travelling with another couple because of the elderly population at this resort. They were very friendly but did not participate in any activities. We had so much fun that the week flew by. Ten days to 2 weeks would have been a better duration. I give a big thumbs up to this resort. Read less
First time to Cuba and had a great holiday. Room was large and bed very comfortable. Food was very good, Italian speciality excellent great choices. Entire staff friendly and helpful. Lovely pool... Read more , beach great. Evening entertainment very good and varied. Evening piano bar very nice, recommend the Spanish coffee. Overnight trip to Havana and Tropicana show a must. This was an excellent holiday and staff friendliness made it especially so Read less