You get the best of both worlds at this adults-only hotel. As well as an infinity pool and private beach, you can check out the activity scene at its sister hotel.
What’s great about this place is the private beach right on your doorstep. The hotel’s in a secluded spot, tucked away at the foot of the Varadero peninsula – with the largest marina in the Caribbean, Marina Gaviota, on one side and sister hotel Blau Marina Vardero on the other.
There’s a real spacious set-up here – inside and out. The Caribbean-style properties are scattered around well-kept gardens and rooms come with dark wood furniture and big balconies for checking out sunsets.
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El Peñon restaurant
This place is an international and Caribbean restaurant serving up à la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner with a salad and dessert buffet on offer. You'll also be able to get snacks here.
Evening entertainment programme
Over at the sister hotel next door, Blau Marina Varadero, there's evening entertainment every night. It's easy to get to via the bridge or shuttle bus.
Outdoor infinity pool
A curvy pool with views of the sea. There's plenty of sunloungers and the swim-up bar provides the drinks. Pool towels and showers on also on hand to use.
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deluxe double room with balcony or terrace
These deluxe double rooms are a good base for exploring. You’ll have bathrobes, slippers, minibar plus air-con and ceiling fan. And outside there’s a balcony or terrace for that extra bit of space.
deluxe double room with sea view and balcony or terrace
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Beautiful location on a tiny island at the end of the Varadero peninsula. The hotel is very peaceful with a quiet pool and it's own beach. The rooms are spacious with huge balconies or patios. My one and only criticism would be the fact that the same menu is presented each day and doesn't seem to change but the food is delicious and the chef will cook your choice on request. Wonderful, friendly staff.More
Definitely not a 5 star!!
The hotel is advertised by TUI as a luxury 5 star however it's more like a 2 star. The food is below average and the rooms are old and dated, they also could do with a good clean. I got food poisoning from the food so spent 2 days in bed which wasn't fun and on the last night we found a rat in our room! We made a complaint to the hotel and TUI but haven't heard back from them and it's been 3 weeks! Our holiday was definitely ruined by this experience and for the amount of money we spent we could have gone to Maldives or somewhere far better! Very disappointed! More
Absolutely fantastic place
Being a gold band customer comes with many privileges. Nothing is too much trouble for the hotel staff. Food and drinks are of the highest standard with music and song to entertain whilst you eat. Facilities are all outstanding: pools, beaches, drinks, shuttle buggies, tennis, beach volleyball, snooker, stage shows.More
Catherine M, 190786
Peaceful Adults Only Hotel
Just over 30 minutes from the Varadero Airport (depending on the number of stops the coach transfer has to make) this hotel is a very peaceful haven for a perfect holiday. This is an "Adults Only" Hotel set in beautifully landscaped gardens with a lovely Swimming Pool. There is also a beach next to a very attractive lagoon. Rooms are very spacious with all mod cons although some of the decor looks rather tired and in need of redecoration. However there was evidence that this was taking place. Don't confuse this hotel with its sister down the road which is bigger and much noisier. Food is generally good to excellent although service can be slow. This is an all exclusive hotel with a number of other options for eating out at the sister hotel down the road. You can book a la carte meals for this special service through the Blau Privilege Cayo Libertad Hotel at reception.More
Spent a week there and frankly it was a disaster from beginning. Aside from the noise issues - we had four different rooms in five days - there was a catalogue of problems with rooms, towels, electrics, no water. We knew the food wouldn't be great but as the food was described in the brochure as gourmet- we had some expectations. It was simply inedible. We both lost weight. We lost our appetite by day 3 so that helped some. Classed by TUI as 5 star. It simply isn't even 2. It was a very expensive trip. We could have done Maldives for similar price!More
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