Meliá Cayo Santa María


  • The hotel is noted for its aesthetic appeal and privacy
  • Adults-only resort
  • All rooms have balconies or terraces


  • Restaurants here are unspectacular
  • Not family-friendly

Published 08/26/2015

Fodor's Review

This resort on Cayo Santa María, set among lush vegetation, offers a bit more privacy and exclusivity than other properties here in the Cayos. The main reception is an open-air construction built of wood and featuring classical columns, interior murals, and ornamental designs. A large tree trunk stands tall in the center. This adults-only property is pleasantly lit, and features a series of walkways and oceanfront terraces. Rooms include comfortable wrought-iron beds, lounge chairs, coffee tables, and antique-reproduction furniture. Only the second-floor rooms offer ocean views, but all rooms have balconies or terraces. The hotel shares its luxuriant spa with neighboring Meliá hotels.

Hotel Information


Cayo Santa Maria, , Ciego de Ávila, Cuba



Hotel Details:

  • 358 rooms
  • Rate includes: All-inclusive
  • No kids under 18

Published 08/26/2015


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