We did lots of walks near the hotel - very safe to walk around.
You could order from the grill: chicken legs, fish, pork, hamburger or hotdog, which most times came with yummy French fries.
I might as well start off with the excursions.Please note that this is the same beach restaurant that also acts as your a la carte and for échange billet prems grève the first time in my life I was escorts 69 fr able to see an a la carte with a extra cost!For amusement, you'll pretty much have to amuse yourself - staff doesn't seem to take the initiative.We left around 11:30pm to return to our room and rang in the New Year, watching CNN at Times Square.We were also there in Feb 2004.Grounds: Not as lush or tropical as I expected.Rancho Luna, Cienfuegos, robert, march 2007.
All their shows, all week were 95 Cuban content and when they DID do an American song, the crowd went wild.
We also tipped the fellow who took us out on the catarmanran - so tipping is at your discretion.
Always check that the seal has not been broken.
There is a nurse at the hotel - and a Doctor can be called in if necessary.
As I mentioned we also went to the Dolphin show - note if you do swim with the dolphins, they make everyone shower in their showers prior to going into the water - so there was a long wait before going into swim.
Very open and spacious.As we were leaving the airport, the Hola Sun representative greeted us, provided us with our wrist bands for our all inclusive stay at Rancho Luna, and showed us to the bus - there was beer and pop for sale on the bus for one.At the end of the trip, we were informed to be aware of something in the water called The Caribe, a type of small creature that blows into the bay in the afternoon/washes out to sea at night - unfortunately one of the friends.If you are looking for a resort with beautiful gardens and lush surroundings, dont go to Rancho Luna.The Cuban public beach is nicer.Lunches can always be mixed up by eating at the pool bar.Often chairs were vacant for hours on end and some people just came and removed the towels that were saving the chairs, thus causing arguments.
As for the children's pool, I will only say that I would not even put my dog in that pool!
We had not exchanged our money yet for pesos - you would be wise to do this at the airport if you have time - and cash any traveler's cheques (we were sorry we didn't - I'll soon tell you why) - however a very.