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TRYP PENINSULA VARADERO- INFO

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TRYP PENINSULA VARADERO- INFO

Postby cdntraveller000 » Tue Feb 28, 2006 10:15 pm

Looking at booking the TRYP Peninsula, just wondering if u guys could help me with a few minor details:

How many bars are there?

What the best room to request is? (ie. near beach/pool)

What are the times that the buffet is open for each meal? (how long does breakfast go to?)

Is the Currancy Exchange the same at the airport and resort?

Any other tips about this resort (important things to bring) or Varadero in general?

Thanks a lot,
Scott
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Extra Bed

Postby cdntraveller000 » Tue Feb 28, 2006 10:20 pm

One more thing:

Is it possible to get an extra bed in the room?
There will be three of us in the one room and it would be nice to have 3 doubles or 1 king and 1 double if thats possible.


Thanks again,
Scott
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Postby DebInThePeg » Sun Mar 05, 2006 2:55 am

Yes, Tryp allowed us to have an extra cot in the rooms when we were there.

We had a room right beside the pool. It was great. Ocean view would be nice too.
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Postby cdntraveller000 » Sun Mar 05, 2006 9:17 pm

Thanks for the reply Deb.


A couple more questions...

Are men required to wear long pants at dinner? Is that at the buffet and a la cartes, or just at the a la cartes?

And, is the mini-fridge restocked regularly or just at the beginning of your stay?


Thanks.

...only 9 more days
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Postby DebInThePeg » Sun Mar 12, 2006 12:58 pm

Hopefully I've answered in time.

When we were there 2 years ago long pants weren't required in the buffet. They also didn't enforce the pants rule in the a la cartes either, as long as the men were suitably dressed. My husband work cotton walking shorts and a golf shirt with no problems.

Hope you have a great time!
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Postby DebInThePeg » Sun Mar 12, 2006 12:59 pm

Oh... and for the mini fridge question, sorry, we left a note for the maid and it was restocked daily, beer, pop and water.
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