Varadero Golf Club, world-class golf course on a property formerly owned by Dupont family.

Varadero golf course was designed by Canadian architect, Les Forbes. Both greens and fairways are irrigated, 18 holes have water hazards, and there are many sand traps along the fairways as well as near the greens.

Some holes border the beach giving the golfer a spectacular view of the sea. There are three putting greens, one pitching green, practice bunkers and two driving ranges.

The Golf course covers a narrow 3.5 km strip located between "Breezes SuperClubs ", "Tuxpan", "Bella Costa", Melia "Las Americas", "Melia Varadero","Sol Club Palmeras", and "Sol Club Sirenas" hotels.

The elegant clubhouse is the 1930's Dupont mansion known as Xanadu which overlooks the beach from an elevated coral outcropping.

There is an excellent restaurant serving French-style food, an excellent wine cellar and a pleasant terrace bar as well as other facilities. Alongside the clubhouse is a large pro-shop, addie house, lockers and a bar. There are caddies and electric carts readily at hand.

Bordering the golf course is the 5-star luxury Hotel Melia Las Americas which faces the beautiful Veradero beach on the other side, only minutes on foot from the club house.

It has 218 standard rooms, 18 suites and 90 bungalows, various restaurants and bars, plus 5 swimming pools. Taken together the Varadero Golf Club and the Hotel Melia Las Americas make a first class golfing resort unsurpassed in the Caribbean.

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