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Mansion Xanadu in Varadero, Cuba

When you stay at Xanadu Mansion you are not staying in a usual hotel. It is the Club House of the Varadero Golf Club that has been magically refurbished strictly respecting the original 1930 construction. The house is spacious, practical and very charming with 6 luxury rooms. A world class restaurant, with an international menu is located in the main floor. A large wine cellar, stocked with wines from 18 different countries is located in the basement.

From anywhere in the house, you will enjoy magnificent views of the green and the ocean. This is by far one of the most exclusive resorts in Varadero, Cuba, not only for its history but moreover for its privilege location and exclusive atmosphere.

Location of Mansion Xanadu

Carretera Las Americas km. 8. 5, 42200, Varadero, Cuba

Nearest Airport: VRA, HAV

Amenities for Mansion Xanadu

  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Golf Course
  • Activities
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Golf
  • Hotels

Reviews for Mansion Xanadu

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We decided to stay here because of the novelty of staying in a 'mansion' and the historical background of the property. Unfortunately, the mansion is under renovation which caused a bit of disruption and a huge mess. The mansion is in desperate need of a remodel, so I do not blame them for doing it, but I wish they had told us and should have offered us a huge discount for staying there! One of the major concerns was the elevator was not working so my 84-year old mother-in-law had to use the stairs which was a huge inconvenience. They also lied to us and told us when we arrived that the elevator was going to be fixed that day. Well, we stayed 2 days and the elevator was never operational! Our stay did include breakfast and dinner. Neither of which were memorable. We had the lobster the first night, and it was extremely chewy. If you plan to stay, ask about the renovations. They told us it would take about a year. Our rooms were clean, but the rest of the mansion was not due to all the wood work that was being done. Alot of dust!

Jodi F - St. Petersburg, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Seems that the management is reluctant to close the place down until they do the renovations but actually they are doing more harm than good. This place is crumbling. Everything about it is crumbling, even the bathtub. One can see the splendid that was once a part of this property. I am surprised that bats didn't house themselves in the room. If they decided to remain open they should have priced the rooms at the level of a youth hostel.

BinWoodside - Woodside, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

When we visited it was under renovation so it wasn't worth the time to go see. Once done, the view is nice. Great way to burn some time, especially if you take the bus. Has a restaurant and a longe area. They don't let you tour the rooms for your 2 CUC.

finallyretired2015 - Edmonton, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This place is definitely showing its "Cuba" all over it... a once elegant mansion that is now crumbling. The staff was generally very nice and the sunsets are great. It is one of the only places on the strip that is not an all inclusive. Which is nice in a way... but also weird cause when you walk down the beach you can't really hang out anywhere as all the sand is owned by massive hotels. You can ask for a beach chair (a "cama" or bed) and grab a tiny piece of real estate to the north of the hotel and use that beach. The dinners were good generally speaking... the rooms are HUGE and the beds relatively comfortable... it is EXPENSIVE for what you get but generally this part of cuba is massively expensive as it is a tourist "cash cow" for the country. Great sunsets over the course and beach for sure.

Yendog - California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

30's mansion turned into a boutique hotel. Real residential ambience. Patio overlooks the crashing waves of the Atlantic. Wonderful lunch of lobster and Chateaubriand. Not cheap but worth it. Arrived by classic car from Varadero to complete the experience.

billybitzer - Toronto, Canada

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