Iberostar Bella Vista

827 room all-inclusive resort set on the sandy Varadero Beach. Featuring 4 swimming pools, 6 restaurants and a comprehensive range of sports facilities on both the land and water. Iberostar Bella Vista is suitable for families and also includes an adults-only section.

Iberostar Bella Vista

Iberostar Bella Vista is set on the spectacular sandy Varadero Beach, on the Hicacos Peninsula. This family friendly all-inclusive resort offers a modern contemporary design and features 827 bright and colourful rooms, 4 swimming pools, 6 restaurants, 5 bars, land and water sports facilities, kids club and entertainment throughout the day and evening.

The adults-only Elite Section of Iberostar Bella Vista offers a more relaxed and peaceful ambiance, with adults-only rooms and facilities such as a dedicated adult pool. Iberostar Bella Vista offers a vast range of facilities for the active holiday-maker such as a fitness centre, tennis, football, basketball, beach sports and a water sports centre. Set a stone's throw away from the beach you can enjoy a range of wellness treatments in one of the massage cabins or beach gazebos.

Daily activities are organised for children of all ages by the StarFriends team and include group games, themed parties and contests. The children's club for 4 - 12 year-olds features a children's pool, waterpark and mini-club offering many activities throughout the day and in the evenings.

All meals and drinks are included at Iberostar Bella Vista and there is plenty of choice of where you can dine. The main buffet restaurant will offer breakfast, lunch and themed dinners throughout the week, or you may choose to dine at the Mediterranean, Italian or Japanese Restaurant. One day you can be enjoying paella and classic rice dishes and the next pizza or fresh pasta. Also on offer is the gourmet restaurant, an adults-only restaurant and a bright multi-coloured children's restaurant in the family section of the resort.

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