These bungalow rooms with their calm décor have a twin bedroom and a double sofa-bed in the lounge area. They come with pay-per-view TV, a kitchenette with two electric rings and a microwave ideal for making snacks. Rooms come with either a shower or a bath. There's maid service four times a week, linen and towels are changed twice a week.
Lovely resort, very relaxed atmosphere, the rep Jess was a fantastic help whenever we needed her. She was at the resort nearly every day and always busy with guests.
The only downsides to this resort are its remote location, but if you're someone who likes to rest by the pool then you'll love it. We also didn't think that maspalomas beach was that great, too many rocks in the water which made it very difficult to get out for a swim
After spending two weeks at cay beach with my 14 year old son I can highly recommend it , bungalows r very clean all staff r friendly and helpfull , the pool is fantastic ,the BBQ night food is really good, I've already booked for next year and would like to thank all the staff for a fantastic holidayMore
Collette M, Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
Perfect girlie holiday
Me and my sister came here for a week in June.
The bungalows were pretty basic but has everything you needed for a weeks stay, we used the room as a base and were barely in it, so it was very ideal for this. The bedroom was spacious with two single beds fitting in it with plenty of room for two girls to store all our shoes/clothes! The bathroom was also spacious, and was cleaned spotlessly. The shower could have been better, sometimes it went from cold to hot to cold, but it really wasn't that much of an issue.
The pool was lovely! Although there was an issue with people putting their towels out early in the morning, I set an alarm on our last day to make sure we at least got a lounger in a good area for the last day, and at 7am probaly 70% of them were taken already! Annoying. Although there are only a few loungers that were actually allocated in the shade, we wanted ones in the sun in a nice area. The best thing I can say about the pools is the sunbed jaccuzi's! I had never used/seen one before and they were perfect, we both spent probably 90% of our time on these sunbeds, they were so relaxing. Both pools were quite cold though, one heated one would have been the icing on the cake.
We were self catering because we like to go out a lot, one day we got a pizza for lunch at the restaurant, and it really was disgusting - a soggy base and pretty much tasted of nothing/cardboard, so after that experience we were just glad we had gone self catering. Like most hotels they had a big thing about bringing your own drinks to the pool.. We did it anyway, we just got some plastic cups from the little mini shop attached to the hotel and used those, the mini shop was our life saver, we bought some fresh bread and croissants from there each day, and they also sell alcohol there too.
The lifeguard there at the time was lovely! and we became great friends, we even speak now and then on facebook! He told us all the best places to go aswell which was helpful.
Playa del ingles was nice too - just watch out for the men who try and sell you ANYTHING and everything they can, and practically chase you down the street - and when you say no thank you they call you racist, it was rather bizzare. The icecream parlour as soon as you walk in is TO DIE FOR, it has every flavour you could possibly imagine. We went for dinner there everything night, our favourite restaurant was a chinese all you can eat!
Definitely go to the Yumbo centre! It's a 5 min taxi drive away. It's a great night out (or 6) there are tonnes of bars to choose from, the one right in the corner next to the one with the rainbow banner (can't remember the name of it) is amazing, sells very very alcoholic cocktails in a melon!
The only thing we could complain about is the EXTREMELY RUDE receptionist - the man with the moustache. I have never been succumbed to such disgusting behaviour, and when we asked to speak to a manager he suddenly acted like he couldn't speak English. But of course we wouldn't let him put downer on our holiday!
Overall we had a perfect holiday, hopefully will be returning! I wouldn't hesitate to come back to this hotel either.More
Mr and Mrs Smith
We are returning to this amazing place in 3 weeks time was there in April for ten days and this will be the 5th time we have been there in just over 2 years. We cannot fault Cay Beach Bungalows in any way its clean ,friendly ,reasonable and just a great all rounder.More
Perfect family holiday!
First time abroad with my young family, girls aged 6 and 3 for 1 week. travelled with my parents and teenaged brother also. fantastic, stress free time had by all and no one wanted to leave!
Accommodation: single story bungalows with a double and twin room, kitchen area, bathroom, living room area and small enclosed court yard. Air con only in double bedroom, which we could not have done without at cost of about 33 euros for the week but some back at the end as a deposit. This was fine and kept us cool enough. Court yard area great for drying stuff out. Maid came most days with towels, made beds and swept/mopped. Generally kept very clean. Outside at front there was a terrace, brilliant for the evenings and we were right at the back which was really quite. We had drinks and played games and generally had a really fun time! Any issues we had were sorted within minutes as the maintenance staff were efficient and friendly.
Pool Area: absolutely superb! a large main pool that got sun all day (since only single story bungalows) with awesome swing bridge. a smaller deeper pool with adjoining Jacuzzi pool and 4 Jacuzzi beds then a little kids pool. Also a lovely playground, crazy golf, tennis court and basketball court. Pool tables and other games area near the bar. The whole area was very safe and we all felt very comfortable letting the little ones roam free. No shortage of sunbeds despite being mid Aug, they were unchained at about 10am. Maybe a little short on parasols but we sent the boys out early doors to 'bagsy' them with towels (which everyone did) to get desired spot by the pool. Great bar with lovely and funny staff that could not do enough for you. Bar food was average but ok - eat in or take away. Pinna Colada highly recommended!!!!
Restaurant: we booked B&B so had buffet breakfast, which was average but fine for what we needed. Adults tended to have enough so no lunch needed and kids had lunch too from the bar. some random combinations at times but slightly different every day and we like trying new things! I really liked the rye bread and the spinach topped with cheese! some people were also seen taking a few things for later, which the staff didn't seem to mind. Again staff really lovely and attentive. you must take your little card with you to breakfast.
People: staff were absolutely great. The other guests at the hotel were also fantastic. It was very family oriented and the other families were quiet and friendly. People we talked to were extremely pleasant.
Other: little supermarket right next door that had most things you might need. Taxis and buses straight from the front door. Free bus to beach. Taxis about 3-5 euros to Lighthouse area and about 5 to the water park.
Outings: Lighthouse area is truly beautiful, went most evenings to the lovely restaurants and shops, sea front walk with an amazing sunset. This is defiantly the more upper class area with lots of designer shops and nice eateries. We had 5 adults and 2 children and meals, with wine etc, were between 150-170 Euros, which is great value for the quality of food and service you get there. Real variety - tapas, grills, sushimex (Japanese and Mexican food), Italian, Indiana, American/Sports bar and Chinese. Also a gorgeous Gelato place further down from the Lighthouse.
Yumbo Centre: much more down-town vibe with eateries, arcades and market stalls. Gets very lively later on with drag shows and other entertainment. we had a great evening there with a nice meal and fun in the arcade.
Aqua Land: quite small but great fun for all the ages. my daughter is about 130cm and there was loads for her to go on, lots of big slides. sunbeds a bit uncomfortable but that's the only complaint. we took our own sandwiches on the advice of other reviewers. This was our kids favourite day.
Beach: very large beautiful beach but VERY windy and sea was very choppy and had strong currents. we got sunbeds there, 2 for 7.5 Euros, shielded by wind break. few sellers but not too many, melon seller man was annoying but not bothered by anyone else really. beautiful views of the sand dunes and mountains, pretty spectacular!
The only reservation I have about highly recommending this place is that it becomes more busy in future! We will defiantly return if we can and just hope that it does not change as it exceeded all of our expectations.More