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icon power cordEletricity and Electrical outlets

The type of electrical current supplied in Jibacoa is not the same from hotel to another, here are the details for each one :

Hotel Memories Jibacoa (formerly Breezes):

220 Volts electrical outlet in bedrooms - Memories Jibacoa

220 Volts electrical outlet in bathrooms - Memories Jibacoa

In the bedroom: Electrical outlets are 220 volts Type B that take 3-prong style electrical plugs with flat parallel polarized prongs and a ground pin.

In the bathroom: Electrical outlets are 220 volts Type B that take 3-prong style electrical plugs with flat parallel polarized prongs and a ground pin.

icon arrow leftClick thumbnails to see enlarged pictures of the electrical outlets.at this hotel.

Hotel Villa Jibacoa (aka Villa Tropico):

110 Volts electrical outlet in bedrooms - Villa Jibacoa

110V and 220V electrical outlets in bathrooms - Villa Jibacoa

In the bedroom: : Electrical outlets are 110 Volts Type B, that take 3-prong style electrical plugs with flat parallel polarized prongs and a ground pin.

In the bathroom: : There’s one 110 Volts Type A and one 220 Volts Type B. The 110V outlet is for 2-prong style electrical plugs with flat polarized prongs and no ground pin, while the 220V outlet is for 3-prong style electrical plugs with flat polarized prongs and a ground pin.

icon arrow leftClick thumbnails to see enlarged pictures of the electrical outlets.at this hotel.

Hotel Villa Loma:

Information coming soon...


What should I bring... converter, adapter?

CONVERTERS

FIRST, check if you device is dual-voltage.
Many modern devices are, especially electronics. If it's the case then it will be marked 110-240V (or 100-240V) on it. If your device has dual-voltage, then you won't need a power-converter because you can plug these kinds of devices in both 110V and 220V.

You may then need to bring a power converter according to what hotel you are going to. See what type of electrical current is supplied at each hotel at the top of this page. Here are some examples:

• You are Canadian and your device only works on 110V: you'll need a converter if staying at the Memories Jibacoa but not if you’re staying at Villa Jibacoa.
• You are European and your device only works on 220V: you'll need a converter if staying at the Villa Jibacoa but not if you’re staying at Memories Jibacoa. But you'll always need and adapter (see below)

ADAPTERS

Do not confuse adapters and converters, an plug adapter do not convert voltage; it simply allows an electrical device from one country to be physically plugged into the electrical outlets of another country.

As mentioned above, the electrical outlets are Type A or B (designed to receive flat parallel prongs, North American style), if the plug of your device is different from this, then you’ll need an adapter.

Lily & Normand
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