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Back yesterday from Brisas Santa Lucia. We are well traveled in Cuba but have never ever been so uncomfortable at a hotel. There are hookers approaching guests in the ocean, on the beach, at the bars. If they learned anything this trip, it was how to deal with prostitution. It was so blatant at the beach, 3 of them in the ocean and the pimp guy approaching lone males. The boys were approached all the time by young boys offering their sisters…It was very sad. We know this goes on in Cuba, but never have we seen it so blatant.
The hotel itself is fine, not a 4 star by any means but a good 3, the food is pretty good, facilities fine, but the overwhelming prostitution is something that you should be aware of. Consider yourselves forewarned! We were there in and saw none of it. It must be new then. Yep, same thing in June. We were surprised at how blatant they were at the beach. At the airport in TO we noticed how many single men were on our flight. Now we know why!
Come to think of it, I believe he was walking back past the Gran Club at the time. It was a joke, but I noticed they had a supply close at hand. This sort of thing is unfortunate, but goes on everywhere…some places it is just more obvious than others. We were also there in and this was a non-issue. Our only issue in that general area was a bartender that had a crush on my wife… but even that was harmless.
It just meant that we got our drinks before everyone else! I wonder if this stuff comes and goes in waves. Or maybe it has something to do with resorts relaxing rules during the off-season. It tends to be concentrated in certain areas. If there is anything going on around your resort which I doubt, you would probably never notice.
Cuba is probably the safest country in the Caribbean and especially if you include Central America to travel in. Especially in a resort. Whatever questionable activity goes on in that country, pales in comparison to what you would see in other countries. Sometimes threads like this can be somewhat exaggerated, and take on a snowball effect. Lots of people, me included, tend to over-dramatize stories like this one.