Santiago de Cuba Airport Guide
In this section you will find traveller airport reviews as well as our Santiago de Cuba Airport Guide with info on WiFi, lounges, facilities and services....and yes, even the name of a hotel near the airport in case you decide that sleeping in the airport is not for you!
The departure 'lounge' is small, with hard seats, and one counter selling a very limited amount of food and drink. - a traveller (2015)
To help you plan your layover or overnight sleepover, we are here to give you the low-down on what travellers have reported back to us during their time at Antonio Maceo Airport.
What to Expect
- A small single-terminal airport, served mainly by domestic flights. Shopping and dining options are very limited and the windows are covered in frosted glass, obstructing views of the outdoors. Have a book or some magazines handy, as there isn’t much to do here.
Where to Sleep
- As of February 2017, we have no reviews from travellers who have attempted to sleep in this airport. Write a review to help future travellers!
- For uninterrupted sleep, there are hotels near the airport. See Airport Hotels in the airport guide below.
Good to Know
- Economy class passengers can pay to enter the airport’s first class lounge. See our Airport Lounges section for locations and rates.
For more information about the services and facilities available, scroll down to continue exploring our Santiago de Cuba Airport Guide. Send us your airport tips to help us keep this information up to date.
In this guide we may refer to locations as "landside" and "airside". Landside is the public area of the terminal located in the non-secure zone, before security. Airside is the secure area of the terminal that you must reach by going through security.
- VIP Lounge - Location and hours are not known. Rates: 20 CUC.
Wifi is available at Santiago de Cuba Airport. A reader tells us that you need to log in with an Etecsa cards that you can buy anywhere in Cuba.
If sleeping in Santiago de Cuba Airport does not appeal to you, there are hotels near the airport:
- Hotel San Basilio - (10 min from the airport) No airport shuttle.
- Hotel Versalles - (10 min from the airport) No airport shuttle.
- Hotel Casa Granda - (18 min from the airport) No airport shuttle
To see more options there is a list of hotel deals in Santiago de Cuba on Tripadvisor that can be sorted by price, distance, traveller rating and popularity.
- Car Rentals - Yes,desks are located in arrivals and outside parking. Cubacar, Rex, Havanautos and Via Transgaviota.
- Currency Exchange - Available in arrivals and departures. Hours: Not known.
- Duty Free & Shopping - Duty Free is available as well as souvenir and cigar shops.
- Family Services - Note that baby change facilities and children’s play areas are not available.
- Food & Drink - A reader tells us that you can buy selected drinks and food at the first level at the airport, there is a small cafeteria. This is accessable from the outside, just go up the stairs outside between the arrival en departure part of the airport. And there is also a cafeteria like place just accross the street.
- Luggage Storage & Lockers - Not available.
- Pharmacy - Yes, in the departures area.
- Smoking Areas - Yes, in the departures area.
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Last Updated: 08 June 2016
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