For decades after World War I and before Castro’s 1959 revolt, Havana was an exotic getaway for travellers, with an intoxicating blend of glittering nightclubs and decadent cabarets.
These idyllic accommodations offer beachfront rooms, infinity pools, lush gardens and tranquil spas.
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Grand Cayman’s Seven Fathoms Distillery ages its local liquor in wooden barrels located seven fathoms underwater.
Throughout the years, local chefs have perfected the art of simplicity, serving up proudly Cuban fare paired with lush surrounds and live music.
The sleepy 14sqm Caribbean island was once a hideaway for Blackbeard and other 17th and 18th Century buccaneers.
Head to Puerto Rico’s capricious capital for colonial architecture, beautiful sand beaches and atmospheric neighbourhoods.