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Hotel Los Delfines

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One of the historic lodgings of this beach resort, with vast experience and well rooted in culture. Located near the beach, it's one of Varadero's most privileged sectors. It excels for its personalized service and pleasant, comfortable environment.

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One of the historic lodgings of this beach resort, with vast experience and well rooted in culture. Located near the beach, it's one of Varadero's most privileged sectors. It excels for its personalized service and pleasant, comfortable environment.

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Reviewed 12 march, 2022

Los Delfines is a small resort located in central Varadero on a beautiful beach. Everything is easily accessible with no need to walk miles to get to your room, bar, pool, or buffet. The rooms are clean. Towels might be an issue for some people. If you like big fluffy towels, then your best to bring your own. The beds have been replaced with new mattresses and I find them very comfortable. The pillows are very flat, which I prefer. If you need big fat pillows, then bring one. There is a blow dryer and no need for a converter for the outlets. The hotel has 110 ampage available. I have never had an issue with not having hot water in the shower. If you want quiet earlier in the evening, then request that your room is not above the lobby bar as it has entertainment until 11 p.m. The buffet always has a wide assortment of food available. How many choices do you have when you're at home for a meal? You will always find something you like and remember the price you paid to stay at this resort. It is, for the most part, Cuban food, and is very delicious. There is always something that you will like. There is pasta every day. Their bread is amazing. There is a small a la carte restaurant that serves an absolutely delicious dinner. Nelson and Gustavo are great hosts. As this hotel is centrally located in town, there are many restaurants in walking distance. The restaurants serve delicious food and are very inexpensive. So, there are many options for dining. The staff are why I keep coming back to this hotel over and over again. They are the epitome of this hotel. They are friendly and will do anything to assist you with your needs. They work very long hours and still manage to always have a smile on their faces. I treat them with the utmost respect and they treat me the same. Club Los Delfines is a place where you will meet people that return year after year. We now have friends from going to this resort and look forward to meeting up with them there every year. Club Los Delfines is my second home. I visit it at least twice/year. If you are looking for a place to rest and love being on the beach, this is the place to be!!!


One of the friendliest resorts in Cuba!

Reviewed 10 march, 2022

I stayed here with some friends a couple of weeks ago and have never had such a welcoming, enjoyable experience at a resort. From the very first day, the entire staff was so helpful and friendly and we had an amazing time hanging out with them. The food was great, the beach was beautiful, and the rooms were perfect. Special shout out to the entertainment team - Leyvis, Jordan (perritooooo), Marlene, DJ Alejandro, Nelys, and DJ Machin. Hanging out with them truly made our week special and they always made sure we had a good time! Thank you to the bartenders for never letting us go thirsty (Elian, Charity, Macias, and many more) and to the ladies at the coffee bar for the delicious coffee every morning. We’re already planning our next trip back to Los Delfines and we can’t wait!


its a small customer friendly hotel

Reviewed 24 december, 2021

Los Delfine is small ,the staff they recognize you ,say hello try to anticipate your needs ,smile at every corner ,clean newly renovated rooms deck on the beach ,cafeteria on the beach .close to shops bank and restaurants any questions and requests go to see Odalis at customer relations/service she will make your stay unforgettable


Great Trip for anyone seeking simplicity

Reviewed 11 december, 2021

It was the fourth time I stayed at this hotel. The staff is very contagious, in all the right ways. From the check in at the front desk, to the beach personelle, this hotel understands the needs of travellers. Special thanks to Amoury, Jesus, Hector, Levy, all the security staff, and Alejandro and Jordon at animation who day after day look to adapt their activities and music.


Great for the price!

Reviewed 6 december, 2021

With our usual hotel in Varadero still closed in Nov 2021, we couldn't resist trying Los Delfines for the price. We went not expecting much but were pleasantly surprised for the most part. We ended up with a great room on the ocean with the best balcony we've ever had. We were in the old building right on the beach over the restaurant. The room was very basic and old but still full of character with its high vaulted ceiling and stunning original tall 10 foot wood balcony doors, (circa 1930's?). Even had consistent hot water and pressure in the shower the entire week. Food was standard for Cuba, there was plenty to eat and they even offered lots of greens-chard, kale and lettuce at almost every meal. No complaints whatsoever. As for the beach - we've stayed at numerous hotels along Varadero Beach and Los Delfines had the best section we've seen. Varadero Beach is always beautiful but this section was more like the beach at Cayo Blanco. There was a bar on the beach and always tons of umbrellas, chairs and loungers that the staff will set up for you where ever you want. The beach was never packed, plenty of room for everyone to have a good spot. We never used the pool area/snack bar as it was always jam packed and noisy. We did try to order food there once but were told they ran out...not a big deal for us. The negatives about this trip was that there were a large number of kids and young adults staying in this hotel who were extremely loud and disrespectful. We changed rooms after our first night because we shared a narrow hallway with 4-6 rooms of young adults who yelled up and downs hallways, from room to room in Spanish and left their room doors open at all times of the day and night. It felt like we we in a student dorm. That was resolved by the room change. Also, when we checked into our first room, there were no blankets and no towels in the room. When I asked the bellboy about it, we were told that we would have to wait until the next day. Luckily we bring our own blankets, pillows and towels, so it was not as big a deal as it would be for someone who did not bring their own. Also, none of the room safes work. We did get the one in our new room repaired, but it was still very difficult to work, so we just kept our valuables on us, as we never knew if the safe would open or not. Everyone else we spoke to said they had non functioning safes also. We were told it was due to them not being used for 2 years during covid shutdown, so perhaps they will be fixed over the next couple of months... This hotel has tons of potential and if a cheap, basic vacation with no frills is your priority - this hotel definitely works. Location, beach and staff were great and although it didn't make the best first impression, we just kept in mind they just re-opened after so long. Honestly we were just glad to be back in Varadero finally after 2 years!