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Why keep changing resorts when this one meets all your needs.
I was in Playa Cayo Santa Maria November 24th to Dec 8, 2017. My seventh time!
It is an amazing place, I just love it!
I love the amazing immaculate and pristine beach, the...More
We were in Playa Cayo Santa Maria November 15th to the 29th 2017 . We had such a great time the Hotel Staff are so awesome and go out of thier way to make your stay a beautiful experience as well as the customer service...More
I was there from November 4th to the 18th. The hotel was in full operation by then. Nicely renovated and with an awaiting smiling staff to welcome us.
Although I love going there for the wonderful beach, the food, the well maintained grounds, what keeps...More
We have been to Cuba 4 times and this was the best place so far. The staff was fantastic. The grounds keepers have done an amazing job getting it back into shape after the hurricane. You can see all the hard work that they have...More
Just got back from a two week trip from the Hotel Playa Cayo Santa Maria from November 25th, - December 9th, my husband and I booked this trip about a month in advance and when we arrived at the hotel there were a few glitches...More
In a word, no. Some would say that is the great thing about this area - relax, and enjoy the fabulous long sandy beaches where you can walk for miles and play in the shallow waters. Others might be bored to tears.....Cayo... More
In a word, no. Some would say that is the great thing about this area - relax, and enjoy the fabulous long sandy beaches where you can walk for miles and play in the shallow waters. Others might be bored to tears.....Cayo Santa Maria is for hotels only and the closest town is about 50 km away, so involves considerable time and expense to get there. If you are wanting to get away from the activities available at your resort, there are a couple of "pueblos" - or "markets" - where you can shop for souvenirs, visit the spa, go bowling, or have a meal one of the restaurants (not on your all-inclusive plan). You can get to the markets by taxi or the "Panorama Bus" that stops at the hotels and the markets for 2 CUC/pp. You can visit the dolphinarium - if you are into that kind of thing, or book an excursion. There's a couple of areas you could go for some snorkeling, depending on what resort you are staying at (requires your own equipment - unless you do the excursion). Most of the resorts have catamarans - where one of the sailors will take you out for a ride, and I believe there's a jet-ski type of excursion offered from the marina, but otherwise, there are no motorized water activities here that would will find in other Caribbean destinations.