Royalton Hicacos is an All Inclusive and adults-only hotel close to Varadero in Cuba. It sits directly on a beach on the popular Hicacos Peninsula. At the hotel, you'll find a spacious pool area with three swimming pools and a sun terrace, as well as tropical palm trees in the garden. For your convenience, there's a market and souvenir shop all within the hotel. There's also a bar and two pool bars serving both local and international drinks, as well as a total of six restaurants. You'll have the opportunity to try a number of different cuisines, from Caribbean to Tex Mex, as well as a restaurant that specialises in seafood. There's also a jazz bar to keep you entertained in the evening. If you want some relaxing downtime during your stay at the hotel, you can visit its spa. Inside, you'll find a steam room and a sauna as well as a range of treatments on offer. There's also a gym and aerobics classes to help you keep active on your holiday. You can get competitive with a game of squash, or try water sports. Practise dives take place in the pool three times a week.
At Royalton Hicacos Resort & Spa you'll be 6.5km from Plaza Las Americas, a shopping mall where you'll find plenty of cafes and boutiques. There are many places to pick up souvenirs here, too. You can also travel a little further out to the centre of Varadero resort, Centro Hicacos, which is 13km away. Along this narrow strip of land on the Hicacos Peninsula, you'll find lots of hotels and spas. At the very tip is the Reserva Ecologica Varahicacos, a nature reserve with a series of caves. You can also visit a range of bustling restaurants, bars and cafes.
Snacks are available 24/7 at this hotel. You can also choose to enjoy up to seven dinners per week in the hotel's four a la carte restaurants. There's a cafe, where you can order crepes and other snacks, too. A disco takes place at the hotel serving both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
At Royalton Hicacos Resort & Spa, you can get competitive with a game of billiards or stay active with a game of tennis on the hotel's courts.
A swimming pool area with three pools surrounded by a tropical garden. On the beach below the hotel, the hotel offers guests free sun loungers and umbrellas.
All of the rooms at Royalton Hicacos Resort & Spa have balconies or terraces, and TVs with satellite channels. Air conditioning and fans are also provided.
Distance to city centre 18km
Distance to beach 0.05km
Distance to airport 38km (VRA)
Address: 0053 45668 844, Crt. Las Morlas Km 15, Varadero, Cuba
Varadero, Varadero, Cuba
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Had a really special vacation at this place. Was my first time in Varadero and couldn't be better.
Love all, since the beach, rooms until the amazing staff. Want to thanks to every one for the smiling face always. Love also the drinks and diving.
Will be back for sure.
I spend 7 days at this beautiful resort, and will be back for sure. Want to say thank you to the amazing staff, all of them always smiling.
The beach and the pool are also wonderful, I really had a good time there with my boyfriend.
We spent here two weeks w my bf and thoroughly enjoyed our stay despite some minor inconveniences and shortages. The hotel has an amazing beach, a wonderful pool, a buffet, few restaurants a la carte, diving centre, spa, gym and squash & tennis courts. Beach is white sand and is just perfect, with plenty of sun beds. Pool has also loads of sun beds so there is no reason to worry abt getting one. Cuban food deserves a separate mentioning as it’s quite basic in terms of vegetables and healthy eating. You will have plenty of meats, rice, potatoes, beans and pasta tho.
There could be shortages of coffee, bottled water and loo sometimes... But when you’re in Cuba, you must understand that the life is different there. My fav restaurants in this hotel were buffet for breakfast (special thanks goes to Gladys, Betty and Ramon), Caribbean (many thanks to Yaizy) and The Pearl. I tried Italian and Tex-mex: both were terrible and I wouldn’t recommend it. As for food choices, I really liked tartar and beef steak in the Pearl (absolutely amazing) and appetizer (corn fritters with spicy sauce) with beef steak with raisin sauce in the Caribbean. A separate thanks goes to the diving center, Miguel and Alejandro. There are great diving instructors and we really appreciated their help and support. Overall, it was a great experience with lovely kindhearted Cuban ppl. Photos are attached ;)