Hotel Iberostar Daiquiri is located on the oceanfront of Cayo Guillermo, a very pleasant and appealing place to be. There are all new facilities for the whole family, including hiking tours where you’ll discover the magnificent viewpoints of the turquoise sea. If hiking’s not your thing, by day you can explore the island on a bike tour with the hotel’s own fun activities team and, by night, tap your toes to the Daiquiri’s live band.
Because of its particular architecture featuring a colonial resemblance, extensive gardens and long private beach, this hotel is a must for all lovers of the Caribbean.
The resort has 312 rooms, two swimming pools, watersports, tennis courts, gym, sauna, massage, gift shops and boutiques.
Just west of Cayo Coco is Cayo Guillermo, a much smaller coral key connected to Cayo Coco by a causeway. The mangroves off the south coast of Cayo Guillermo are home to pink flamingos and pelicans, and there's a great diversity of tropical fish and crustaceans on the key's Atlantic reef. This was a favorite fishing spot of US writer Ernest Hemingway, who mentioned Cayo Guillermo in his book Islands in the Stream.
The main hotel is named Villa Cojimar, for the fishing village near Havana where Hemingway kept his boat, and the resort's restaurant is called the Bodeguita de Guillermo, after Hemingway's favorite Havana bar, the Bodeguita del Medio.
Playa Pilar, a lovely white beach near the west end of Cayo Guillermo, is named for Hemingway's boat. Cayo Guillermo is probably the number one sportfishing destination in Cuba. The deep-sea fishing facilities are good, and several freshwater lakes on the mainland are within commuting distance.