So I just got back from a beautiful 5 star resort in Cuba, Food was delicious, Full of couples. Honestly it was VERY romantic, I loved it. I don’t wish to review the resort but rather my experience of what happened on my second last night there.
My partner and I were exhausted from a full day of sun, followed by some Champaign. We fell asleep around 11pm, only to be woken up by my startled hubby around 2am. He heard a noise of something in our room, and was pointing to the sliding door curtain rod which was moving back and forth very fast. We didn't notice anything else different and we eventually Fell back asleep. We both wake up to use the facilities around 4am to notice our room a complete mess. My night stand was moved far away from my side of the bed, and my lamp above my stand was tilted the other way. Picture frame beside the TV stand was hanging off the wall. but the most disturbing of all was the TV stand desk. It was moved a foot away from the wall and the flat screen TV was unplugged, even the chair that sits under the desk/TV stand was tilted back on two legs.
With no explanation of what happened we thought the place was haunted. (I know ridiculous right?) We don’t believe in ghost, but we couldn’t understand how else something like this happened. So we kept our mouths shut and were in shock for a couple of hours. We later went back to our room and I checked our sliding doors, only to notice that there is access to BOTH SIDES of the door. We only used one and made sure to lock that one every night. Turns out the other access was unlocked and this only means that someone must have come into our room while we were sleeping. (No ghost)
Now of course we reported it and we were given compensation. I don’t wish to review the place because it’s honestly a really amazing resort that’s well managed. Our room was ground floor that faced bushes that led onto the beach. I’m just freaked out and wanted to know if anyone has had a similar experience? Ever? Anywhere? I’ve been to Cuba many times and I reassured my hubby it was safe. I feel we are to blame for this because we didn’t bother to check the other side of the sliding door. Still really freaked out
Turns out none of our valuables were stolen and we obviously had our wallets in our safe. So our only explanation was they wanted our TV? Also a glass bottle of cream was on that TV desk and was smashed on the floor with the lid broken. I guess you can never be too safe. Let this be a lesson to all, I am officially terrified of ground floor anything, and I will become a door Nazi for the rest of my life. Thanks for reading and any feedback would be appreciated.