The Melia Cayo Guillermo is a luxurious all-inclusive hotel set on a secluded beach rich with marine life. The hotel boasts a wide range of facilities and features for guests to enjoy including a scenic walkway over the water where guests can relax in shady cabins. The hotel boasts a large lagoon swimming pool set in tropical gardens ideal for relaxing in during the day or after a busy day seeing the sights, plus the nearby beach is pristine and sandy and offers guests clear waters to bathe in. The hotel also offers a spa where guests can unwind fully, plus there is a gym for those wishing to keep fit, and a club house which puts on daily entertainment. For dining there are five restaurants serving a range of cuisines including buffet, Italian, gourmet, grill and snack bar for guests to enjoy, plus there are four bars offering exquisite cocktails and the best Cuban and international drinks to enjoy during the day or of an evening. Each of the rooms are nicely decorated and come equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, safe, minibar, kettle, ironing set, umbrella and ensuite bathroom. The hotel also boasts a meeting room and other seating area for up to 120 people on business trips.
This hotel is ideally suited to those seeking a luxurious stay in an all-inclusive hotel set on a perfect white beach.
There is a large free-form swimming pool for guests to use during their stay.
Each of the rooms are nicely decorated and come equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, safe, minibar, kettle, ironing set, umbrella and ensuite bathroom. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
The hotel boasts an impressive five restaurant and four bars, serving a range of local and international food and drink. The all-inclusive programme includes three meals per day including snacks, plus non-premium alcoholic and soft drinks.
Just west of Cayo Coco is Cayo Guillermo, a much smaller coral key connected to Cayo Coco by a causeway. The mangroves off the south coast of Cayo Guillermo are home to pink flamingos and pelicans, and there's a great diversity of tropical fish and crustaceans on the key's Atlantic reef. This was a favorite fishing spot of US writer Ernest Hemingway, who mentioned Cayo Guillermo in his book Islands in the Stream.
Note: Hotel will be closed until 30/11/2017