Start your Cuban holiday within the elegant area of Miramar at the Memories Miramar Hotel. Being spacious and offering beautiful ocean views, this spacious hotel offers excellent facilities including a selection of a la carte restaurants, bars, sporting amenities and evening entertainment. Located 20 minutes’ drive from Old Havana and 5 minutes’ drive from the beach, this hotel is a great base for exploring the many attractions of Havana. Once you’ve seen the sights of Havana head to Memories Jibacoa. Located on the amazing Arroyo Bermejo Beach, one hour from Varadero and Havana. This secluded paradise is set in 19 acres of land surrounded by sloping green hills and scenic countryside, facing the magnificent blue waters and coral reef barrier. In order to reveal the diverse natural surroundings to guests, daily walks are organised by the entertainment team and snorkelling and diving are offered every day. The resort is designed for couples and guests 16 years and older and offers a range of activities with water sports, tennis, Spanish classes, dance lessons and a number of different restaurants and bars. The unspoiled setting and calm sea make this hotel a natural option for an amazing Cuban holiday.
H Memories Jibacoa
Hotel in Jibacoa resort
H Memories Miramar Habana
Hotel in Havana resort
Airport in Havana city
£1149 per person
Your holidays include:
- Representation Services
Cuba, Figures and Facts
Humid and hot, Cuba has a climate that fits the character of its sultry and warm people. Its tropical climate means ever-present sunshine and humid heat all throughout the year, with the months of December to March seeing the lowest humidity levels and the mildest temperatures. The dry season typically runs from November to April while the steamier, wet season from May to October sees the most rainfall. July and August are the hottest months while January and February are usually the coolest.
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GMT -5 hours
Cuban Pesos (CUP)
Local laws & customs
Due to local customs and etiquette rules some countries observe a strict dress code. This is especially true for most Muslim countries. Please show respect for local customs and dress accordingly so as not to offend locals or attract unwanted attention.
Some countries also have strict custom laws on what items you can import and export. Always check with the local tourist board before travelling.
Be aware that prior to visiting some countries you may need to get specific immunisation against some diseases. Consult your local GP and check with the FCO website to find out if you will need any vaccinations before travelling. Also, to ensure your health is covered while you’re away it might be worth investing in some health insurance. In some countries this is a strict requirement.
Some countries require specific permits or visas to allow entry. Please ensure your passport is up to date in advance and check the FCO website for more detailed information.
Best time to travel
December to April
10% in bars, restaurants and taxis
To call Cuba from the UK dial 00
To call the UK from Cuba dial 11944 followed by your phone number
Electricity in Cuba is 110 volts / 60Hz. Most common socket / plugs are type A
Some hotels have 220 volts and type C sockets