Hotel Melia Cayo Coco, Cuba is partly built around a natural lagoon alongside a beautiful, stretch of white sandy beach. It is an ideal resort for couples and honeymooners as children under eighteen are not accommodated.
The region's major key, Cayo Coco, is the fourth largest islet in the Cuban archipelago, covering an area of 370 square kilometers, including 22 kilometers of excellent beaches, complemented by mangrove vegetation and coconut trees.
Among Cayo Coco's beaches stand out Las Coloradas, Jaula and Flamenco, where vacationers can go diving and enjoy the breathtakingly-beautiful sea bottoms, which are populated by a wide range of plant and animal species.
The hotel is the most luxurious in the resort. Suite accommodation is built on stilts over the lagoon giving privacy and quiet.