As of 16 January 2017, fifty-three (53) properties are listed available for booking using the reservation system of Amsterdam, Netherlands-based www.booking.com, which is owned by Norwalk, Connecticut-based The Priceline Group (more than US$55 billion in gross bookings in 2016). They include:
Casa Teresa Un Santiago De Cuba Hostal1511 Hostal Rio Miel Hotel El Castillo Hotel La Habernera Hotel La Rusa Hotel los Helechos Hotel Playa Coco All-Inclusive Hotel Playa Costa Verde All-Inclusive Hotel Playa Pesquero All-Inclusive Hotel El Bosque Hotel Kohly Hotel Playa Coco All-Inclusive Hotel Playa Pesquero Premium All-Inclusive – Adults Only Hotel Porto Santo Hotel Villa Maguana Melia Buena Vista- Adults Only Melia Cayo Coco- Adults Only Melia Cayo Guillermo Melia Cayo Santa Maria Melia Cohiba Melia Habana Melia Jardines del Rey Melia las Americas- Adults Only Melia las Antillas- Adults Only Melia Las Dunas Melia Marina Varadero Apartments Melia Peninsula Varadero Melia Santiago de Cuba Melia Varadero Memories Caribe- Adults Only Memories Jibacoa- Adults Only Memories Miramar Habana NH Capri La Habana Paradisus Princesa del Mar- Adults Only Paradisus Rio de Oro Resort & Spa- Adults Only Paradisus Varadero Playa Coco Santa Maria All-Inclusive Royalton Hicacos- Adults Only Royalton Cayo Santa Maria- Adults Only Sol Cayo Coco Sol Cayo Guillermo Sol Cayo Largo Sol Cayo Santa Maria Sol Palmeras Sol Rio de Luna y Mares Sol Sirenas Coral Resort Starfish Las Palmas Starfish Montehabana Tryp Cayo Coco Tryp Habana Libre Villa Caburni Villa Cayo Saetia Villa Pinares de Mayari
According to the company, "Our team is working each and every day with our hotel partners throughout Cuba to expand Booking.com’s offering of bookable properties."
"Regarding your question of our payment process in Cuba, for U.S. travelers booking a Cuban stay, Booking.com collects payment from the guests through our platform at the time the reservation is made and then transfers payment to the hotel partner."
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