Cayo Santa Maria

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#6 Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas Beach Resort And Spa
#6 Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas Beach Resort And Spa
Cayo Santa Maria
Cuba
136 reviews
Amazing Vacation
My family and I went to Cuba from February 13th to February 20th 2020.  We typically love Cuba and we go over here. This year we decided to go to Cayo de las brujas and we were not disappointed.(the only down size is the drive to and from the airport it takes about an hour and a half) The resort is absolutely stunning. It is under 2 years old. I personally didn't find anything broken or anything that wasn't well-maintained. The bed was fairly comfortable. The staff was unbelievable. They went far and beyond to make sure you were well taken care of. We went to 3 el la carte. The restaurants themselves were beautifully decorated.  One of the reasons that we went to Cuba was to celebrate my son's birthday. We were meaning to speak to somebody about making birthday arrangements for him. But we never got around to doing it because couple of nights before his birthday, we befriended one of the pastry chef's named Micheal. We told him that they were there to celebrate my son's birthday, he offered to make him a birthday cake. I thought that was a nice gesture, but I really didn't think much of it. Micheal asked us for details. We told him that we booked one of the el la carte for that evening.  Once my son's birthday arrived, we had a beautiful dinner and right at the end they shut off the lights and the pastry chef Micheal himself along with the staff walked in singing Happy birthday, with the birthday cake. It was such a beautiful and kind gesture and it didn't cost me anything additional. That will be a memory that our family will cherish. As for the nightly entertainment there was always something going on in the main lobby. That was where we spent most of our time. The staff were constantly trying to make sure everyone had a drink (Dianelys, Lorena, Imirssi) and were well entertained (Javier Gonzalez) My son would be in our room watching Spanish cartoons. Cuba is the only place that I can left my son see you in the room without worrying. The beach itself was fairly new. They were constantly adding more sand to it (making it longer along the coast). They were currently building a BBQ area, so we had no food once we were at the beach. You would have to go back to the buffet / snack bar to get food and depending where you were staying it was quite a walk. But the staff were very helpful they would pick you up in golf carts and take you where you needed to go. I strongly recommend this location. I can't wait to book my next trip back to Cuba.
#19 Coral Level At Iberostar Selection Ensenachos
#19 Coral Level At Iberostar Selection Ensenachos
Cayo Santa Maria
Cuba
8 reviews
A paradise named Coral Level
My husband and I were in Coral Level Iberostar Selection Ensenachos for 2 weeks. We are seniors. This was our 4th stay and we are so in love with the place, we are returning in 3 weeks and considering a further return in March. What is it about this place that is so overwhelming? Mostly everything! The sandy beach is long and there are lots of palapas, the water is as turquoise as can be, we are offered bar service to our lounge chairs and we are blessed with Janet to watch over our safety. We spend most of our days at the beach enjoying the relaxing, quiet, lovely, private heaven. Unfortunately, the storm in previous weeks has done some damage to the walkways and to the beach restaurant. Work is in progress to repair so the restaurant can be re-opened and both walkways be safe. Meanwhile, lunch is served at the pool bar restaurant. The Coral Level itself is about 25 villas, some double, spread around a magnificently maintained landscape. Each villa is very private and offers a homelike environment: large bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchenette, 2 bathrooms and a wonderful terrace where a brand new jacuzzi awaits us 24/7. Everything is clean and very well maintained. The service to the villa, be it by the maids, the jacuzzi person or delivery is timely and well done. The pool and its surroundings, the restaurant El Colonial and bar lunch area, the bar and lobby are always staffed with great people who will do their utmost to please you, especially our butlers, mostly Yandry and Michel but also Dismar and Marechal. The food, either at the Coral Level or at the main Lobby restaurants is offered in a wide variety and is tasteful. Despite the shortages we know about, we have not suffered during our stay, far from it. The shuttle is frequent and takes us anywhere including to our villa. Now sure enough, there are things that break or don't go as planned sometimes but in no time there is someone taking charge and fixing the situation. Although we understand the necessity of such, in previous stays my one and only critic was the bug killer which travels the resort around dinner time. Working with our butler, we now go out before or wait until after the spraying occurs. It works fine and it leaves us with no real negative to share with you about this resort. You don't have to believe what I say. You can travel there and delight in all that Coral Level has to offer except if you are the type of person who would damage the private, the quiet, the beauty, the magic, the heavenly ambiance in which case I suggest you go elsewhere.
#20 Labranda Cayo Santa Maria
#20 Labranda Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Santa Maria
Cuba
202 reviews
Girls Trip at Labranda
This resort was both better and worse than our last Cayo Santa Maria resort. The grounds are the most beautiful I have seen in any resort (Cuba and other countries). Their landscapers work very hard. The pool was large and beautiful. The beach is beautiful. There was lots of shaded seating. It was a very winding trip to the beach or pool from our building (Bldg 1). It was close to the lobby, but far from the beach. We got lost a couple of times before we figured out the best way to go, which was around the very large pool. The food was decent. There were lots of options but not a lot of "North American" food. We most definitely did not starve. Breakfasts were the worst for me since I do not like eggs. And there was no peanut butter (there was at our last resort). I wasn't a fan of their jams either. Not a deal breaker though. There was cereal, hashbrowns, fruit and pastries. The public washrooms could use some maintenance for sure. The toilet paper kept running out in them. We started carrying our own from the room when heading to the pool or beach. They were often quite dirty also. The bar and restaurant services were exceptional. The front desk staff could have used some work. I don't think their English was good enough to understand that our room key was consistently not working and that the door reader probably needed a new battery. We tried to communicate that daily, but they just kept re-coding our keys, which would work for a day, then stop. That was the most annoying - having to trek back to the lobby every time our key did not work. The room was very clean but the patio door was broken. We were on the 3rd floor, so I wasn't worried about safety. Just convenience. The water pressure was great. We did not have a problem getting beach towels, but others did. The wifi was terrible. You had to pay - 1 peso/hour of internet, which wasn't bad, except you would often be kicked off. I had a very hard time trying to FaceTime my young daughters. Frustrating. I am not used to not being in touch with them!

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