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Hotel Farallón del Caribe
The Hotel Club Amigo Farallón del Caribe is an all-inclusive 3 star resort that works together with the Hotel Marea del Portillo. Located in an area of enviable rural beauty and tranquility, it is an attractive destination for those who like the proximity of the mountains and the sea.
Settled in the foothills of the majestic Sierra Maestra mountain range and overlooking the serene bay of Marea del Portillo, the hotel is part of the Sierra Maestra National Park, the cradle of the Cuban Revolution.
The beach of Marea del Portillo, with its fine, brown sands and crystal clear waters, is home to an attractive coral reef, an invitation for lovers of diving and other water sports. On the other hand, the proximity of the Sierra Maestra and the National Parks Desembarco del Granma and Turquino gives vacationers the opportunity to participate in a variety of ecological excursions, such as horseback riding, hiking on ecological trails, swimming in the Cilantro and Las Yaguas rivers and boat trips to the neighboring keys.
With a design in harmony with the rurality of the area, with modern lines and chromatic crystals that harmonize with the natural colors of the sea and the mountainous landscape, the hotel Farallón del Caribe includes bicycle and horse rental, nighttime animation, children's games, bar, basic necessities store, safe, money exchange, tennis court, massages, barbecue, swimming pool, buffet and a la carte restaurant, games room, beauty salon and medical services.
The hotel also has 270 comfortable and spacious rooms, although not large or glamorous, all equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, telephone and bathroom.
In general, the Farallón del Caribe is a tempting option for those who prefer nature tourism. The quality of the dishes and the treatment to the visitors can improve a little, but they do not suppose a big problem for a cozy and refreshing stay.
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