Discover our best beach and coastal hotels in Cuba

You’ll still find vintage signs, iconic American autos and colourful buildings aplenty on the Caribbean’s largest island. Tour Havana in a ‘56 Chevrolet (silk scarf optional, but encouraged for the aesthetic) to take in the city’s Spanish Colonial buildings, art deco blocks and galleries, meander through the valleys of verdant Viñales or sun yourself on the island’s white-sand beaches. There’s something for every type of traveller in the Pearl of the Antilles. Despite political restrictions due to the American embargo on Cuba, it is actually fairly easy to travel to the country as an American, too, providing there is an educational reason for travelling (an art tour, for example) or, when you are’ supporting the people’. Simply put, this means staying in privately owned hotels rather than those that are state owned.

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