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Designed to resemble a colonial-era mansion, the Marriott is close enough to the airport to be considered an “airport hotel,” yet still feels like a country retreat, featuring a massive central courtyard meant to mimic Havana’s Plaza de Armas. The elegant, traditional-style rooms are large and have views of the surrounding hillsides, suburbs, and coffee fields. There are several distinct dining choices, and the Casa de Café coffee house and restaurant actually fronts a small working coffee field. With tennis courts, a golf driving range, pools, and a top spa, guests rarely run out of amusements here.