A prestigious recipient of the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014, the Melia Cayo Santa Maria is a luxurious all-inclusive hotel ideally located in lush gardens close to a stunning white and sandy beach. The hotel boasts an impressive range of facilities for guests to take advantage of including two free-form swimming pools, perfect for relaxing in and soaking in the fine Caribbean sunshine. There is also a sun terrace with sun loungers, and a spa with massage services for those seeking to relax and unwind fully during their stay. The hotel caters for the whole family and offers a kids club for the young to be entertained during the day. For dining there are several restaurants offering a range of cuisine including Mediterranean, Italian, French and Japanese, plus there are several bars offering guess their favorite drinks and light refreshments. Each of the rooms are nicely decorated in a traditional Cuban style and come equipped with individually adjustable air-conditioning, satellite TV, CD player, ironing set, coffee maker, hairdryer, bathroom and balcony. Additional amenities include 24-hour reception, internet cafÃ©, beauty treatments and parking.
This hotel is ideally suited to those seeking a luxurious stay in a resort for all the family, offering a range of facilities for guests to enjoy in a truly paradisiacal location.
There are two swimming pools for guests to enjoy during their stay.
Each of the rooms are nicely decorated in a traditional Cuban style and come equipped with individually adjustable air-conditioning, satellite TV, CD player, ironing set, coffee maker, hairdryer, bathroom and balcony. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
The hotel offers a number of restaurants and bars serving delightful local and international cuisine for guests to enjoy. An all-inclusive programme includes three meals per day including snacks, plus non-premium alcoholic and soft drinks.
The Melia Cayo Santa Maria is set on Cayo Santa Maria: a tiny island (two kilometers wide and 16 kilometers long) located in the north of Cuba in the Jardines del Rey archipelago. It is connected to the mainland near Caibarien via a 48-kilometer causeway constructed in the late 1990s. Cayo Santa Maria reflects the diverse culture and rich history of Cuba. Offering a large number of things to see and do for all kinds of travelers, the island is the perfect destination for a relaxing and enjoyable break.
Note: Hotel will be closed until 30/11/2017