At the Meliá Jardines del Rey you will find superb facilities and exquisite service. The beauty of the surroundings, the leisure options and the romantic atmosphere will make your holiday an unforgettable experience.
Live the joy of Cuba! Come and enjoy fun filled holidays at the Meliá Jardines del Rey: sports, entertainment, shows and artistic presentations for all tastes and preferences every day of the week.
Activities and entertainment
Meliá Jardines del Rey invites you to enjoy a wide ranging programme of daytime and evening activities led by the hotel’s entertainment team During the day, enjoy the sports and games activities centre, next to the boulevard, with table tennis and bowls among others, as well classes for dance, Spanish and scuba diving for beginners in the pool.
The nights are lively with evening entertainment, professional shows and shows in which guests can take part. In the Plaza Central there are evening activities, live music and dance classes at dusk, all in a wonderful Cuban atmosphere. There is a covered theatre.
From the hotel guests have direct access to the stunning Flamenco beach, near Prohibida beach whose beautifully shaped cove invites relaxation in an environment of surprising beauty
It is 1km long and has fine, white sand and quiet, shallow waters, ideal for snorkelling, catamarans, pedal boats and kayaking, all available at the hotel nautical area. There is a varied activities programme including beach volleyball, shady areas with sunbeds and sunshades, lifeguard, towels and bar with hotel and extra hotel services
Idyllic corner to the north of the central province of Ciego de Ávila, in the area known as Jardines del Rey, more than 500 km east of Havana, and named after Diego Velázquez presented them to the King of Spain in 1522.
Cayo Coco is the fourth largest island in Cuba measuring 370 km2 with 22 km of pristine fine sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise waters surrounded by lush vegetation and mangroves, facing one of the most important coral reefs in the world. Its name comes from the presence of the white ibis, popularly known as the Coconut bird.
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