Cayo Santa Maria reviews
Cayo Santa Maria Resorts are a favorite destination of individuals around the world. Due to the trade embargo by the United States, fewer tourists are in the country, which helps make it a bit more comfortable walking around and enjoying. This does mean there are fewer hotels available, so for guests looking for the best of Cayo Santa Maria Cuba Hotels, they have a dozen or so. But what have pasts guests said about the hotels and how would they rate them? By looking at a few of the reviews, it is possible to truly grasp exactly the beautiful opportunities of all these hotels.
The Top Rated Destination: The Royalton Cayo Santa Maria
Rated the top hotel in Cayo Santa Maria, over 1,980 individuals have reviewed the hotel, with a 93% rating. From guests simply stating “I Love the Hotel!!” to guests breaking down their adventures with the hotel, it is easy to understand exactly what it is able to provide. In fact, out of the nearly 2,000 reviews, only six have rated it the poorest. The individuals who rated the hotel poorly seemed to do so without the basic understanding of what a large, all-inclusive resort is (groups of people taking tours and trips together, because it is all-inclusive). As long as guests understand what to expect from an all-inclusive, large resort, they should truly enjoy their stay.
This, along with the Royalton Cayo Santa Maria, are the to “Traveler’s Choice 2015 Winners” in the city, according to Trip Advisor. With a 90% rating with 1,940 reviews, it has a similar rating as the previous destination. Only 25 of the those who reviewed the hotel gave it the lowest, “Terrible” score. Most of the reviewers called it a “Great Place,” “Best Resort Ever!!!” and “Amazing Resort.” However, one individual who rated it poorly stated it felt a bit dated and had an issue with a broken plank on a boardwalk.
Lowest Score: Valentin Perla Blanca
The lowest rated hotel in Cayo Santa Maria is Valentin Perla Blanca (there is another hotel in Cayo Santa Maria but it has not been reviewed yet so it isn’t included in the list). The hotel has a 56% traveler rating with over 1,400 reviews. Now, many people did enjoy their trip, with some saying “Great Vacation!” or “Paradise.” However, one individual state “Five Stars…NO!” and said it is because of the low quality food and how the same food is offered every single day, so guests do not receive any sort of change throughout their stay.
There are many ways to escape to Cayo Santa Maria, and guests need to look into what all is available to them and decide what fits best for their needs.
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