Miguel Faílde from Matanza created Cuba's national dance, known as the Danzón. Other more famous rhythms later derived from i... More
Miguel Faílde from Matanza created Cuba's national dance, known as the Danzón. Other more famous rhythms later derived from it like the Mambo and the Cha Cha Cha. Danzón clubs abound in Cuba, where locals flock to dance to its rhythm. The best dance couples, however, head here to this club in Matanza. Take a moment to admire the dancer's dexterity, who manage to do it all in a very small space.
I think that the Cuba Danzon wasn't as fun as they say it is. First of all, the food was pretty bad and the wait for the food took forever. My kids couldn't find anything that they were able to do and the place seems to be just for adults, when they say that it's a great place for kids. If thats true then they meant adults that act like kids because that was deffinatly not a good place for your kids to be at. I personally will not be going back to Cuba Danzon ever again. If you have kids and want to bring them, don't because it's not a good place for your children to be!