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Melia Cayo Santa Maria in Cayo Santa Maria
This new 5 star all-inclusive hotel on the beach in beautiful Cayo Santa Maria boasts beautifully furnished rooms blended in harmony with the island's natural surroundings.
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This resort was excellent value for money, with the all-inclusive rate literally covering everything (all food served onsite, all drinks served onsite, all activities) except the spa. The appartment was on the whole good, and the range of activities excellent (tennis, climbing wall, table tennis, pool table, dance lessons, archery, fashion shows, and superb evening dance shows). The staff were also very friendly. Oh, and the beach was gorgous! A.K. in April 2009
My room was on the ground floor facing north and felt damp and smelled musty. The sheets were also damp for the first night. The decor was very nice if a bit dated but was fancier than I expected for a beach resort. I chose not to ask to change rooms, mainly out of idleness! The buffet food was hit and miss but there was usually something acceptable. I felt that they tried too hard at offering what they thought guests wanted, without the experience themselves of comparison with hotels outside of Cuba. It was all a bit 1980s. It was all a bit 1980s. There were a few heavy drinking Canadians who hogged the pool bar and who brought their own huge 'kegs' to fill with beer/cocktails but they were only periodically boisterous and never obnoxious.The salsa lessons were great and the evening theatre superlative on some nights in terms of dance - the icing on the cake. The beach was beautiful and well cared for. Everything was well maintained and the staff were very friendly and good natured. Although most guests were couples or groups and I was a 61 year old lone female, I felt comfortable throughout my stay. M.K. in January 2009