Havana Cafe, Varadero
A nice club, went there couple of times only because it was located in the resort where i stayed.
Usually they played spanish pop music and around 12:00 people would start to fill up the place but there was always not enough people inside
Try Pina collada it's great and if you tip the bartenders soon they'll remember what you are drinking and anytime you come to the bar you won't have to wait in line they'll just give the drinks to you.
I spent my new years eve overthere and it wasn't bad at all, a little bit too crowded but fun
Dress Code: whatever you want
Havana Club. The only place to go at night in Varadero as far as I am concerned.
I have been to Varadero three times and I have to say, it's the club with the most english music, and it is busy every single night (unlike the few other clubs).
Last time we were there, we went there 6 nights in a row.
Pick one person in your group to order your drinks, take care of the bartender and don't go low on the rounds... we were ordering 26 drinks each time...
Dress Code: we got in with wifebeaters..
Don't have a pic here, cuz I didn't think of it. Went here and wasn't charged the entrance fee cuz it was the end of the night. Ended up getting a free drink. But this place was practically deserted. There was a maximum of 10 people on the dance floor. The decor is very 50's with old-fashioned cars and jukeboxes. But it was vey boring..... never know, could have just been a dead night....
Dress Code: nothing specific
The Havana Club is a small nighclub playing modern music. Like most places it's $10 and you get all your drinks included. Make sure to bring some dollars to tip the toilet attendant! Also loads of single Cuban males hitting on the single female holiday-makers here, but don't let it put you off.
I never got to the Mambo Club; after hearing reports I didn't fancy it. It was good for Cuban music, but that's not what I was after.
Dress Code: Havana Club is smart but shorts permitted
There are more than ten nightclubs in Varadero. You need to take a taki. You usually pay 10-20$ at the door and drink all night. Do not hope to see good rum!! Music, it is usualy all spanish pop music. You will find all tourists.
Dress Code: I went two nights to Habana CLub in Varadero- Pretty good
I went into the piano-bar a few times.Every night they is either a salsa band playing or a women on the Piano. Its okay when you staying for a week any longer it would be very boring.