La Rumba, Varadero
Tourists and locals come together, at this crazy club at the end of the resort strip. Its $10 to get in and then all u can drink. Music is great, bathrooms are clean, dancing is fun, drinks are good, people are amazing. People from all over the world were in there. Theres crazy statues of melting people and papier mache mer-pigs hanging off the ceiling... big place... If you wanna party, go here!!!
Dress Code: just make sure you're dressed.
First the party change by the day in Varadero so you have to ask the locals.
Most Tourists than locals come to this club. Its $10 to get in , includes 5 pesos in beverages .Music is great,you could ask the dj some music if you want...its crowded sometimes so you should wear ligth clothes cose its very hotttttttttt.
Cuban discotec, if u wanna met cuban people go there , the music is like la Rumba , very corwded so u should go early to get a nice place , close at 2 pm .
Open cealing bar , so its not so hot as the other , first live latin music , adn then the party start , we loved that place !! You should pay 10 cuc to get in and all drink are included
All bars in varadero are open until 2.30 pm , bad news ...but some people go to calle 32 or 62, dont remember ...the after is there, tourist and cubans people drinking and listening music in the street =)
Ahhh if u wanna eat at 5 am , go to mediterraneo
Dress Code: no dress code
Well, It wasnt what I was lookin for. OUr new local friends took us to La Rumba saying that thats a place were locals go. The entrance fee is 10 peso and all drinks are included in price. But... for a dring you wait around 30 min becaus ethere are only two bar tenders serving and all drinks are.. rum with cola, rum with orange, rum with..... no beer.... music I would say American hip hop. Salsa only first half an hour. For me it was waisting a time... but for young party people can be fun... In Cuba I was looking for Cuban music...
La Rumba is a pretty wild and exciting bar on certain nights of the week. They have a bubble machine on the ceiling, and the dance floor was about a foot deep with bubbles while we were there. If you're okay with the concept of "anything goes" then you will probably have a fun time at La Rumba.
Dress Code: As I said, pretty much anything goes.
One of the biggest clubs in Varadero besides International.
When i went there were maybe 10 people inside cus apparently thursday is not the night to go to La Rumba as the day before i went there people were standing in the street for hours to get in.
Entrance is 10 pesos