The Melia Cayo Guillermo offers the vacationer the option of a good value capable resort stay. This resort is matching Caribbean standards for a 3 star on many levels and in others surpassing them. There are few annoyances so big that you should have a worry. If you are coming with your family and require toddler care or child groups then perhaps accept that you will have to entertain them.
Good sized standard rooms king beds with integrated air con are good basics that set you up for a comfortable stay. If you are visiting from the UK the flight times of 10-11 hours mean that you might stay longer than 7 days this becomes important. There are enough dining options to keep you interested. The bar staff work hard but you might find the range and quality of drinks somewhat of a let down if you are fussy, the bar is open 24 hours apparently (untested). Food at the beach bar is fine and there is enough shade to enjoy the pool area in general.
The beach is very good and the pier makes this resort a favourite for fishermen- many who return.
Tours and Things to Do
Your rep will have a list of cool things to do including a nice fun night out to an underground nightclub where there are actually bats within reach (take shoes you dont care about). Catamaran cruise to the reef for some snorkeling or a speedboat tour through the mangroves..You won't get bored. If staying longer than a week you might venture to places like Trinidad.