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A Nice out of the way Resort. Most of the people that come to this resort are going diving or snorkeling. There was a group from England of 28 university students & 3 professors. We had the resort to ourselves during the day. We took...More
We stayed in El Colony in May - the place was compleately empty. For a total number o 3 guests it seemed that 30 people are employed, performing useless tasks. This adds to the rather outdated architecture, typical 80s resort, very common in Eastern Europe...More
far from home,but worth the trip .this was our 4th stay at the colony.there are 2 different types of accomodation the bungalows which i reccomend and the hotel itself..the bungalows are modern, spacious and well serviced although bit of updating wouldent go astray.the food is...More
My review is longer in coming than it should be so it pre-dates the date on the review. There is very little on Isla de Juventud, but this is the thing that makes it worth going to. The diving is fantastic and pristine, like the...More
Well I visited the restaurant inside Colony Hotel a years ago in 1989, it was fascinating, very good service, very good, very organized, clean place , the restaurant furniture nice and employee's clothes great, Traditional Cuban food was delicious , besides, Colony Hotel is in...More
US$71 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ellie, you can't.
You need to go via Cubaism. Make sure that any confirmations you receive are printed - we heard a story that the hotel wasn't accepting emails shown on phones and on our last day met a couple who were... More
Ellie, you can't.
You need to go via Cubaism. Make sure that any confirmations you receive are printed - we heard a story that the hotel wasn't accepting emails shown on phones and on our last day met a couple who were refused entry because of this.
Also- you will need to pay day to day bills at the hotel by cash (bar, mainly) unless the hotel has changed its policy in the last month.
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"We upgraded our room to a bungalow, but really that just gets you a little more space (the furniture is..."