The Iberostar Mojito Cayo Coco is a compact four-star hotel to keep in mind when planning your beach vacation. It is one of those hotels that offer excellent quality at a great price. It is also not as big as some of the sprawling resorts, so if you want a more intimate resort with all the basics, this is a good option.
Iberostar Mojito, Cayo Coco, Resort Location
Located in the Cayo Coco beach area in the tourism region of Jardin del Rey, Cuba the Iberostar Mojito Resort is approximately 12 km or a 35-minute bus ride from the Cayo Coco airport.
Iberostar Mojito Standard Room
The newly renovated rooms have been decorated in sunny colours. Most of the rooms are doubles like the one featured in the photo above.
The standard rooms include:
- ensuite bathrooms
- satellite TV
Cuban Overwater Bungalows – Re-Opening November 2018
What I found most impressive about the Mojito was how the renovations went after Hurricane Irma. The rooms were restored with new furnishings, and the buildings repainted. Other than some missing palm trees the resort has sprung back to life.
There were some Overwater Bungalows available in the lagoon before the beach area. These were destroyed by the hurricane, but when I visited the property were well on their way to being rebuilt. I have confirmed that these will be reopening for the 2018-2019 season.
Iberostar Mojito Cayo Coco Restaurants & Bars
There are four restaurants on the property which offer everything you need from the buffet to two a la carte restaurants.
- El Malecon Gourmet Restaurant
- El Gallo Italian Restaurant
- La Sirena Grill & Snack Bar
- Main Buffet
There are 4 bars scattered throughout the property including Lobby, Pool, Beach and a Café and Cigar lounge.
The Best Beach in Cayo Coco is at Iberostar Mojito
Once you walk up the long path past the bungalows, expect that aha moment when you view the beach for the first time. It is a long walk through the lagoons to the beach but well worth it when you get there.
The long boardwalk may be the one thing that some people may not like about the resort. It has a very long wooden walkway which runs past the overwater bungalows through the lagoon area and over to the beach. If you want another option the sister property, Iberostar Daiquiri has a fantastic beach with a short walk from the bungalow area.
Read more: Iberostar Daiquiri
How else can I describe this beach other than super soft sand, long and wide with lots of beach chairs and umbrellas? Of course, there is the multi-coloured blue water which I personally never get tired of staring at.
Iberostar Mojito Pools
There are two pools at the Iberostar Mojito the main pool and children’s pool. The main resort pool sprawls through the center of the resort. There are some swim up bars and water features in this vast pool which is surrounded by beach chairs. I found shady spots by the pool were a bit hard to find.
Iberostar Mojito Other Amenities
Other amenities at the Iberostar Mojito include:
- Fitness room
- Watersports, kayaking, scuba diving, windsurfing
- Dance and instructed recreational classes
I had a quick stop here, so other than the fantastic animation team that was around all day long, I did not get an opportunity to catch a show. However, It was raining at points during the day, and the team brought Cuban Day to the lobby.
They played music, served drinks and entertained everyone with lots of dancing and it helped pick up everyone’s spirits until the sun came out.
See more Cuba resort reviews from this region:
- Cuban Luxury at Iberostar Playa Pilar Hotel, Cayo Coco
- My Dreamy Villa in the Grand Village Iberostar Cayo Santa Maria
Travel assistance provided by Iberostar Hotels and Resorts.