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“Good quiet resort with beautiful beach, but bad food and service”

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Sol Cayo Santa Maria
Ranked #13 of 16 Hotels in Cayo Santa Maria
Reviewed March 3, 2013

In summary: We simply wanted a remote, quiet, not-too-crowded resort with a nice beach. That's what we got. Unfortunately, there were also several important annoyances.

Pros:
- Small, quiet resort ideal for couples who want to relax on the beach. There were very few people.
- The beach is simply amazing, possibly the best of the whole Santa Clara area (no kidding). Palapas are easy to obtain if you go early.
- There was a man on the beach who would clean and move chairs for us every morning. Greatly appreciated!
- The resort being small, everything is easily accessible within a few minutes.
- Great pool, not too crowded.

Cons:
- The food was terrible, an absolute nightmare. My wife and I are a bit picky but we were not expecting much; it ended up worse than we could have imagined. Choice was OK, but the taste of most foods was really, really bad (as an example, breakfast potatoes, possibly the easiest thing to prepare, tasted horrible). My wife ate mostly corn niblets and broccoli the whole week. We only ate at the buffet and we did not try the restaurants.
- At the buffet, there were tons of flies around the food and tables. There were also birds that would occasionally take bites of bread.
- The staff was not very friendly and we felt a lot of pressure to tip. Some of the staff in the dining room would not even look at us. We still tipped most of the time.
- The room needed several improvements. Even though it was cleaned daily, it remained in a relatively bad shape. There was a lot of black mold in the bathroom. There were tons of ants coming out of the air conditioning.
- The air conditioning was very noisy; it was hard to sleep with it, but it was much needed because there was no screen in the patio door.
- We knew Internet access was limited and would be slow, but there was NO Internet access. They removed the computers on the second day and told us to go to another resort for access.
- Water stopped completely on the resort on several occasions, at least once a day for 1-2 hours.

Tip:
- We visited the two other Melia resorts nearby: Melia Cayo Santa Maria and Melia Las Dunas. Of these, Malia Cayo Santa Maria appears to be the best. We also ate there one night (the all-inclusive bracelet was identical) and the food was better quality and appearance, but with a bit less choice.

Room Tip: We would suggest NOT paying extra to get oceanview because the view remains much obstructed.
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,
Thank you for posting a review about your stay at Sol Cayo Santa María and for having chosen our hotel to spend your vacations.
In the name of the Hotel Management, we would like to express you how pleased we are to read that you had enjoyed your staying among us as your review shows us and we are very pleased for your positive lines referring our gastronomy , hotels beaches and the friendliness of our staff. This motivates us to keep working to make feel our valuable costumers a dream come true as we aim in Sol Cayo Santa María.
We kindly invite you to give us a new visit; please do not hesitate to contact us before your arrival.

Best regards,

Management.

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Reviewed March 3, 2013

Booked with Air Canada Vacations a week before departure Jan 30th. The Sol is the oldest hotel on the cayo and has been well maintained over the years. Aside from really hard & unforgiving beds, we had a great vacation. The food was good (not great) and met our overall expectations. We knew that the food in Cuba was not going to be gourmet but we never had any trouble finding food to enjoy at the buffet restaurant. What we often have trouble finding is a table (we are a family of 5). We met Yoice (buffet server) our second day at Sol and he said he would have a table waiting for us for each meal. He wasn't kidding! He might be the best buffet server anywhere, ever! Attentive, friendly and genuine. As an owner of mutliple restaurants, I would hire him in a hot second. We ate at each of the two a la carte restaurants and had a good meal at the italien restaurant, a poor meal at the creole/cuban restaurant, great pizzas each day at the restaurant near the clothing optional beach, extremely poor service at the beach bar/restaurant (the food took an hour).

The pools were spotlessly clean and there were plenty of chairs (no towel game). The activities team were fun and we participated in salsa lessons each day. The beach was spotless and cleaned of seaweed each morning. Beach chairs & palapas were always available on the main beach but they were in shorter supply at the clothing optional beach. The sand everywhere is fine & white, the water swimmable most days. It was windy each mid-afternoon which made for terriffic sailing but difficult swimming.

The shows most nights were entertaining but once they are over (11PM) there is not much going on. There is usually a lively crowd around the pool bar day and night. The week we were there the resort was occupied mostly by Canadians (Ontario & Quebec) and Argentinians. We met many of the guests and had a great time.

For the price we paid ($850 per person incl taxes and fees) this resort was great value for the money and we would recommend it to anyone. We are looking forward to a return visit.

Hotel Manager, Please let Yoice know how much we appreciated his service.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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3  Thank Pete L
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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,
Thank you for posting a review about your stay at Sol Cayo Santa María and for having chosen our hotel to spend your vacations.
In the name of the Hotel Management, we would like to express you how pleased we are to read that you had enjoyed your staying among us as your review shows us and we are very pleased for your positive lines referring our gastronomy , hotels beaches and the friendliness of our staff. This motivates us to keep working to make feel our valuable costumers a dream come true as we aim in Sol Cayo Santa María.
We kindly invite you to give us a new visit; please do not hesitate to contact us before your arrival.

Best regards,

Management.

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Reviewed March 1, 2013

We were pleasantly surprised by this resort after some of the reviews we read that were negative.

Hotel : Arrived just after midnight on Feb. 22nd and check-in was efficient and friendly. Golf cart took us and our luggage to our rooms immediately. My husband and I were initially in a bungalow near the ocean on ground level and had some ants (not FIRE ants) in our room so went and asked the front desk to be moved. With the friendliest smile, the woman moved us to a second story balcony room the next day right beside our friends, with ocean view.No extra charge. It was in the 2800 block. We were more than pleased. We later realized that this block was quite close ( 3 min) walk to the part of the ocean where there was snorkelling. We snorkelled in the morning or last thing in the afternoon, put on our equipment and went right off the beach...thousands of fish in the coral. You need to veer off to the left side of the beach past the "clothing optional section" to find the snorkelling area ( it is a little bay).

Beach: Beautiful! The ocean was initially cool and refreshing and by the end of the week was much warmer ( we heard they had cool weather a week prior to us arriving there). We always found a palapa and chairs in the morning, and we could always find assistance from beach staff. We had beautiful hot weather, so on those days you should go at least by 9:30 a.m. to find chairs. For the most part, there was room for everyone. The ocean was so beautiful there was hardly anyone at the pool! We and our friends took turns saving chairs for each other and then went for breakfast.
The water was turquois and calm and we went kayaking and on the paddle boats. The "clothing optional part of the beach" was new for us. We saw some people in the nude walking, but they are naturalists and were not showing off. They seemed to keep to themselves. The sand is white and a little more grainy than other places in Cuba, but so soft and thick. We played in the waves on the first few days and had a blast!

Buffet : Food was always delicious, hot and tasty! There was always chicken, pork, beef, shrimp,and fish cooked right in front of you....sometimes Salmon and Basa! There was always a carving station with either turkey, roast pork, or roast chickens. One evening and at lunch time I had stir fry which was delicious! There is a pasta station and you can have just about any kind of pasta you want. The salad was great too with all kinds of vegetables, cheese and pickles. And there is salad dressings( mostly oil and vinegar) and catsup, mustard and other sauces, so don't let anyone tell you you have to bring it yourself!. This is the best food I have ever had in Cuba and we have travelled there 9 times!
At the pool bar they also serve ham and cheese grilled sandwitches, hot dogs and hamburgers which are delicious! Some of us were looking for french fries which they didn't seem to have. At the beach grill they had cooked chicken, calamari, hamburgers etc. with hashbrowns, because they were out of fries and poutine, but we enjoyed eating there because it was right by the ocean.
Pizzaria near the beach was great! You can sit up at the bar and drink and have pizza from 12:30-3:30. I don't eat gluten, but my friends say the different pizzas were all good.
2 AlaCartes -We went to the Italian restaurant and three of us did not like our food, but my husband had white fish with smoked salmon and shrimp and really enjoyed that. We also did not care for our waiter at the Italian restaurant...he was condescending and not interested in us. The Pizza Alacarte on the other hand was exceptional and my friend had the sicilian pizza which she said was very good. The service was great too...no complaints!

All in all the food was great and there is always something for everyone. The only negative for us was the marjarine they are using now.....where has the cuban butter gone? Sit in Eddie's section near the pasta station for meals....he is so efficient and pleasant!! Some of the staff went above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable.

Bars: Beach bar was pretty good but the last few days they ran out of ice, and were so apologetic. They stopped serving on the beach as a result. They always managed to get beer in though even when they were running low. The lime slush was sometimes melted, but in all the drinks were very good there. The piano bar is a good place to relax and we listened to Elton John music...this young girl was really good!
The pool bar is round with tables and chairs overlooking the pool and entertainment stage. They served very good drinks and food. Joel was extremely concientious, efficient and hardworking! We instantly adored him, and he was so kind, offering more than one apology to guests when he ran out of ice. I guess they have a hard time getting the supplies in, given the resort's secluded nature.
Patio bar was good too, although we found the service there to be somewhat lacking. Usually you can get a good cappacino there in the morning, but depending on the waiter, you may not necessarily get it in a timely manner. For the most part, the other staff were so helpful and friendly, that they made our stay truly enjoyable!

We took a trip to the market in Pueblo, travelling on an open air double decker bus...for one peso. It takes an hr and a half before the bus comes, because they have to pick others up from the other resorts and drop them off as they do a loop around the island.On the way back we stayed on the bus and saw the other resorts, however if you want to return to your resort, you can also take a cab back for cheap.

Everything was so clean, even though it is the oldest resort. From the bathrooms to the hotel rooms and kitchen...so clean.

I think I got some sand flea bites when I was sitting by the coral on the beach where we snorkelled. My husband and our friends did not get bitten as many times as I did so I think it was my location. Mosquito repellent seemed to work so bring some just in case cause they sometimes come out early in the morning. They fog the resort twice daily so they are not really bad, and did not cause my holiday to be compromised.

In all I loved this resort and would give it a 4.5 star rating. We will certainly be back!

Room Tip: Choose second floor balcony suite near the end of the west side. Block 26 or 28 are really good and...
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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10  Thank Shaju50
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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,

On behalf of Hotel Management and all the staff working at Sol Cayo Santa María, we thank you for publication on Tripadvisor about your experience in our hotel.
We are very happy to acknowledge that your experience was amazing and unforgettable due to our facilities and excellent service. In Sol Cayo Santa María we want our valuable costumers to enjoy memorable holidays.
We invite you to visit us once again so you can enjoy our facilities and remain at your disposition for any further assistance prior your return.

We hope to see you very soon.

Best regards,

Management.

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Reviewed February 27, 2013

We had never been to Cuba before and we were told that the food wasn't very good but other than that is was okay. Well this is the first all inclusive we have been too and the food was great. The buns are amazing. I could of lived on those all week. We stayed at the smaller resort because we had the kids travelling with us for the first time and didn't want them getting lost. They had no problem getting around. They did not complain about the food once,(they are teenagers). They always found something good to eat and drink. The buffet was not overcrowded. The beach was amazing. The ocean was beautiful blue and not too cold. The staff at the resort were great. We did have a few crawly things in our room but no more that what we could have in our rooms in Canada in the summer. ...mosquitoes, black flies, spruce bugs etc. We will go back.

Room Tip: We put a towel on the floor in front of our door to keep out and crawly visitors.
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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,

On behalf of Hotel Management and all the staff working at Sol Cayo Santa María, we thank you for publication on Tripadvisor about your experience in our hotel.
We are very happy to acknowledge that your experience was amazing and unforgettable due to our facilities and excellent service. In Sol Cayo Santa María we want our valuable costumers to enjoy memorable holidays.
We invite you to visit us once again so you can enjoy our facilities and remain at your disposition for any further assistance prior your return.

We hope to see you very soon.

Best regards,

Management.

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Reviewed February 25, 2013

It was our first time in Cuba. Before our departure, I read a lot of reviews concerning the Sol Cayo Santa Maria; some good and some bad so I didn't know what to expect. What an agreable surprise when my husband and I arrived! It's a very nice resort. Check in was fast. The people are nice and warm. They do the extra mile to make sure that you enjoy your stay. The hotel is old but clean. Everyday, people are working hard to keep the hotel, the gardens, the pool in good shape.

If there is something wrong with your room or anything else, don't hesitate to ask for help. They will do everything to make your stay enjoyable! When we arrived, the television wasn't working properly and the day after, it was ok! Not a big deal!

The beach is amazing! Our room was clean! Food was quite ok. By the way, you have to try the pizza place near the beach! It's gooooood!

One last thing....if you are fussy and looking for a luxurious place...to be honest...go somewhere else but if you are looking for a quiet and nice place....Sol Cayo Santa Maria is a good place to go for your vacation.

Room Tip: Our room number 3907 was on the second floor. Very nice and clean room, located near the beach, the...
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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,

On behalf of Hotel Management and all the staff working at Sol Cayo Santa María, we thank you for publication on Tripadvisor about your experience in our hotel.
We are very happy to acknowledge that your experience was amazing and unforgettable due to our facilities and excellent service. In Sol Cayo Santa María we want our valuable costumers to enjoy memorable holidays.
We invite you to visit us once again so you can enjoy our facilities and remain at your disposition for any further assistance prior your return.

We hope to see you very soon.

Best regards,

Management.

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Reviewed February 24, 2013

First let em tell you this hotel is a very small but really good hotel.
We arrived at approximately 3:30 am February 16, 2013 after an one hour and forty-five minute rdie from the airport. The recpetion had our room ready and we were driven by golf cart to it.
The room itslef as the hotel is the oldest I believe on the island and is showing its age, however, it is clean, and the food is very very good. We tried the Italian resstaurant, the sevice is excellent, but we really enjoyed the buffet. it is not huge but he food is very good and well presented, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The bar by the pool serves lunch, hot dogs, chicken or pork grilled on a bun, it is very good !! The staff at the buffet especially "Litsandra"... she.was awesome!!, always a smile, always happy to serve you with no expectations. We have been to Holguin, Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo and have stayed at the higher ends 4 plus stars and the service here and genuine friendliness of the staff are second to none!!!. You don't need a high end suite, I just care about the fact it is clean and the food is good. The only negative thing I can find is the Lobby bar, one male bartender picked and chose who he served and ignored us for the most part but we just avoided him and the bar. The shows were not bad again the staff go out of their way to ensure everyone has a good time. I would go back for the staff and friendliness. We spoke to others who also felt this is a pretty good secret. There are 300 rooms and never had to worry about a chair around the pool or on the beach. If you want a quiet peaceful vacation this is a good place to go.

Room Tip: I asked for a room close to the pool and buffet and was given one.
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,

On behalf of Hotel Management and all the staff working at Sol Cayo Santa María, we thank you for publication on Tripadvisor about your experience in our hotel.
We are very happy to acknowledge that your experience was amazing and unforgettable due to our facilities and excellent service. In Sol Cayo Santa María we want our valuable costumers to enjoy memorable holidays.
We invite you to visit us once again so you can enjoy our facilities and remain at your disposition for any further assistance prior your return.

We hope to see you very soon.

Best regards,

Management.

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Reviewed February 23, 2013

Room:
There were fire ants in the bathtub, toilet seat, and sink area. There were also fire ants in the bed even when they changed the bed. When the bed was made it was the same sheets and quilt used. Needless to say we got bitten many times by fire ants. We asked to have the sheets changed twice and they never changed them and refused to switch rooms saying the whole resort was full, yet it was 25% full. There was black mould on what caulking was left in the shower and black mould on the shower curtain. Lots of caulking had broken away and was missing as everything at this resort is ancient. Conditions would be better in an Egyptian tomb! The safe in the room weighs 5 lbs and is not bolted down and easy to steal. The red pillows in room had semen stains on them and wreaked of urine. Also note that there is no weather stripping under the door into your room and that there is a 1 to 2 inch gap so you will have bugs and lizards coming into your room especially at night.
The hotel doesn’t seem to have any rules or regulations, the room across from us had 7 people in it and it was a room with 1 bed. They were very loud and made lots of noise and did I mention, good luck on changing your room. The phone will randomly ring for no reason…1 ring about 5 times a day. Even if you pick it up on the first ring there is no one there.
There was broken tile outside the room which was a trip hazard. There was so many ways to get your feet cut up on the resort I wished I had of brought my steel toed work boots. There is no screen door on the rooms only a sliding glass door. During our 7 day stay at sol cayo santa maria, 4 of the days were very windy and overcast with lots of rain and with the windchill the temperature dropped to about 10 degrees Celsius; this was a problem in that the room had 1 sheet and 1 blanket and no heat whatsoever. The air conditioning nor the heat worked in the room.
Resort:
Much repair is needed on this resort as you will see broken tile almost everywhere, random abandoned restaurants, boardwalks to the beach that are closed off with caution tape, broken lights, electrical wires sticking out of the ground.
Pool area:
The pool table has 15 pool balls, no cue ball, no 8 ball, doubles of the 4 and 8 balls and rats denning in the pool table. The pool has almost no chlorine in it and some slight algae growing in it. So be forewarned you will get sick if you swim in it. There is no swim up pool bar at this resort.
Pool Bar:
Tip, if you plan to go to this resort you better bring an extra $500 for tips as you will get no service if you don’t tip the servers. Here is you will here the worst of the sob stories of how the bartenders are so poor they can barely pay rent (look for their gold watches). We heard another story as well of how the one bartenders’ wife was on her death bed and that he “NEEDED MY IPOD” to pay their medical bills. This area is the centre of the resort for many reasons. It is the only place on the resort where you can get food or water between the hours of 3:30 and 7:05 pm. They make sandwiches here, serve bucanero beer on tap and will mix you any bad drink you want. This area gets flooded with people around 5:30 to 6:30 pm as people are hungry and all you can get here is sandwiches. There are many blackbirds flying around pooping in the pool and on the bar and eating the sandwich meat which is left out uncovered. The cutting board was never sanitized once and I saw a bird poop on it. There is also rats at the sandwich/pool bar running around everywhere. The workers sometimes wear plastic gloves but they will wear the same ratty plastic gloves for hours and touch everything and never change them. If you don’t believe me just read other reviews and see how many people have gotten sick at this resort.
I was sitting at the pool bar one day and a woman gave the bar her empty water bottle. They proceeded and put it in the recycling bin. 5 minutes later a man came up and asked for a bottle of water. The server reached into the recycling, grabbed the same water bottle that had just been thrown out, filled it with water, and gave it to the man. Between the hours of 10 am and 11 pm at night there is loud music playing throughout the pool and sun chair and pool bar area so loud that it is difficult to have a conversation or even order something at the bar.
Buffet:
The dishes and cutlery were always dirty with food, grease, and fingerprints and whatever else. There were birds flying around pooping on food and tables. There were tons of flies everywhere. The table cloths were always dirty as well as the utensils and the glasses. One night, I was eating a piece of lasagna, and there was a 6 cm piece of broken plastic inside of it, which thankfully I found and did not ingest. I’m sure if I did I would not be able to be writing this right now. The meat was barely ever cooked; one night the chicken was 75% raw and was being served. Another night the chicken was entirely raw and there was blood coming out of the center and was pink. The pork was always pink as well as the other meat. The staff in the restaurants as well as all around the resort were rude and unfriendly. They also spoke no English and were ignorant to want to understand what we were saying. People would bud into lines at the buffet and there was no order. Sometimes there would be chaos and fighting among people because of the lack of order and the unsanitary food.


Beach Bar:
At the beach bar no English was spoken here as well, with the waitresses being rude. There was a very strong sewage smell that you would have to endure if you wanted to eat or drink by the beach. While walking on the boardwalk there were rusty nails protruding up about 5 inches which is extremely dangerous. The food here was also not cooked and there were pieces of bone fragments in the rice. If you needed utensils it would take forever to receive them. One time as we were walking toward the beach bar, the life guard was rolling a keg to a smaller bar on the beach and rolled it with extreme speed in the direction that I was walking in. If I hadn’t of moved in a split second it would have hit me and hurt me very badly. It felt like I was in a donkey kong video game.
Overall, we had a horrible vacation. It was a nightmare from h*ll and the worst week of my life. Do not go to this resort, EVER. This place was rated as a 3.5 to 4 star but at max it was a 1.5 star.

Stayed Feb 13-20, 2013

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Lati N, Gerente at Sol Cayo Santa Maria, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2014

Dear Guest,
We are sorry to read your comments in regards of your stay with us; normally everyone always enjoys our resort very much. In our effort to continuously improve the quality of our service we put a great interest in our clients comments as their perceptions are the most important to us as this is the only way to know what specific points we must focus our attention.
Once again please accept our apologies for these inconveniences and I would be much honored to invite you once again to Sol Cayo Santa Maria showing you keep on trusting in our Hotel and in our Company and you will enjoy our new changes and renovations and at the same time you will give us the opportunity to change any negative perception you may have about us.

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Address: Cayo Santa Maria | Villa Clara, Cuba
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Location: Caribbean > Cuba > Villa Clara Province > Cayo Santa Maria
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool
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#11 Luxury Hotel in Cayo Santa Maria
#11 Top resorts Hotel in Cayo Santa Maria
#11 On the Beach Hotel in Cayo Santa Maria
Price Range: $112 - $262 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Sol Cayo Santa Maria 4*
Number of rooms: 300
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
In an island paradise off the northern coast of Cuba stands the All Inclusive 4-star Sol Cayo Santa Maria hotel (300 rooms). Ideal for simply relaxing or for exploring the clear ocean bottom and neighboring keys that surround this marvelous Cuban tourist destination. Enjoy an unforgettable holiday with your family, all included. ... more   less 
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