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Whenever I search online for all inclusive deals, I see Don Lino as the cheapest hotel all the time. Having been to many places in Cuba and Mexico, I finally decided to take a chance and visit this 2 star resort for 2 weeks. I...More
I spent two weeks at Don Lino. Second time there. Everything was great , amazing staff, good service, food was fine, accommodations were nice. I suggest the rooms ( 4 rooms in each unit)
Don Lino may not be for everyone, but if you are...More
First thing we have to say is there was a bit of confusion. We stayed at the Don last year in one of the wooden 4-plexes. This room was nice but we wanted to try one of the older rooms with the veranda and view....More
This was my 4th trip to Don Lino, and 23rd trip to Cuba. However, I had not been to this resort in 6 ½ years, so there were a lot of changes – mostly for the better. I stopped going here in 2010 when they...More
My wife and I travelled in January 2017 for our honeymoon. Flight with Transat was good as was transfer to hotel. When arrived at the hotel we were told there would be a delay on checking in as rooms were not yet ready, but I...More
US$65 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I was there at Christmas. The only public bathrooms at that time were at the lobby and at the main dining room (they were at least nice and new). The old dining room and bar were still closed but I'm not sure how... More
Hi, I was there at Christmas. The only public bathrooms at that time were at the lobby and at the main dining room (they were at least nice and new). The old dining room and bar were still closed but I'm not sure how they'll be reused.
I am one of those people who actually likes the Don Lino, preferring it to the larger resorts because, really, few spend time there other to eat and sleep. The staff is good and the accommodation, for an all-inclusive, is good enough for the price (the bathrooms could really use some upgrading).
I've reviewed it twice, if you'd like to check out what I've written.