Royal Decameron Los Cabos
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I have only amazing comments for everything here. The staff, the grounds, the food, the drinks, the price... I cannot say enough about how amazing our stay was. Everything was always clean and kept clean, the staff never stop and are always pleasant. The rooms are a decent size and always cleaned with a nice full fridge - thanks Sylvia, the food was so so good and of course the drinks Octavio you ROCK!!!! I can honestly say that it baffles me that people find fault with anything here. Off the resort was also amazing as it was close to any amenity you could possibly need, bus stops, stores, activities. Cabo Adventures is right across the street for bookings, pick ups and drop offs. Almost forgot the shows that we saw were all very good and entertaining.
A nice small resort in the quieter San Jose del Cabo area. Resort is what you can expect from a 15 yrs old facility. The grounds are extremely well maintained, rooms are ok, no musty smells and clean. Beds are hard, but that was to my liking. Food was above average for an all inclusive, always plentiful, although I would have appreciated a bit of a greater variety on dessert. Ice cream would have been nice. A la carte (Luna) was for me under par (menu did not change much) and waiting in line in the morning to book a table was a pain, but that is subjective. Everywhere in the resort, service was excellent. 5 stars for service. Special thank you to Octavio at the Adult pool who was always very attentive. Daily and nightly entertainment was good, again some variety, something for everyone. The downfall for me is that you can't swim in the ocean. Crazy, dangerous waves, but I knew this before I booked. Beach is a nice walk. Across the street from the resort you will find a convenience store and a few steps more, you will find the "Mega" complex, where you can have your Starbucks fix and the giant super store "La Comer", sort of a large supermarket / general store. ATM dispensing pesos are inside the store. As a whole, remind yourself that you get what you pay for. It was a terrific value for what I paid. If you are used to an out of the way, in the middle of nowhere resort, you will be shocked as this feels like an "in town" resort. A 40 mins walk to the Historic Centre of San Jose (great Art Gallery walk on Thursday nights), or a 13 pesos’ school bus ride (10 mins). Also buses to San Lucas, about 40 pesos with the Desert Route bus. San Lucas is the tourist hub of the area, busy, commercial, spring break feel, great for a day trip, but no more, at least for me. In-room safe in not included, neither is wifi (not even in the lobby). You can expect to pay 50usd for both for the week. Have an open mind, enjoy the sunshine, and get swept away with the amazing service at the Royal Decameron, Los Cabos
A week here was enough to Offset what was a pretty miserable checkin, it really is a nice place staffed by people who are proud of their jobs and do them to the best of their ability. We arrived on an early flight so rooms were not ready. We walked to Wallmart and browsed, killing time, stopped at the golf course, stopped at the grocery. on return rooms still not ready, so to heck with it off to the pool. Back at 4:00 to find we are the only ones yet to check in so we get "the dungeon" Looking up at the bottom of the buffet at the end of an unlit corridor next to the laundry. We were angry. We gave them the time to get their act together so we get the worst accomodation? Complained to front desk "no we're full" "can't move till tomorrow" not acceptable ... Pool empty, no one at any of the bars, not a lot of people moving around here... what gives?? raised voice, manager came and took us to room that was fully acceptable. What happened to full? Why put us down there to start with? So we ended up with the reputation as the complainers I suppose... We tipped at every meal and for every drink as is our norm, but the bad experience at checkin never really completely washed away the feeling that we were in some way intruding... Note to self first impressions are very hard to dispell. Thanks to Cruz who gave us tons of great advice and the fellow at the car rental desk whom I would recomend to anyone visiting the are. Much better than picking up at the airport, I think.Buffet was diverse enough that we never tried the a la carte. Note to CHEF, not everyone likes cilantro. It's great to use it in some dishes but give us a selection that does not include as well ok? I refer to breakfast on Thursday the 23 March 2017.Room was very nice, good HVAC with remote control, small fridge. Bring you own coffee and filters. Bathroom was good, suggest another towel hook for face towels as the robe hook is pretty much all you have so you end up sending more cloths and towels to laundry than you need to. A small stool of some kind in the shower stall for women who shave their legs would be good, we used an upside down trash can.All in all we had a great week. We intend to return to Cabos but will probably move up a star in accomodation. They really are nice folks but it's a competitive market...
Group of 6 of us travelled here & stayed for 7 nights. The resort is dated but grounds, rooms, beach, pools & restaurants were all kept us nicely. Service is excellent, Entertainment especially the pirate show were all good. Only two things I didn't enjoy were that the food in the A La Carte restaurant for lunch 75% of the time was cold.. not warmish/coolish, but cold. Odd when you order from menus.. "Top shelf" booze was hit & miss for availability, but there's different options if you're not fussy.. Good resort for the money.
I just returned from a 7 day stay with my husband, 12 year old son and MIL. If you are looking to party, or for a big kids club for your kids, this is not the place for you. But if you are looking for a smaller, clean, simple resort with friendly and attentive staff, wonderful pools and gorgeous beach, you'll find it here. Our rooms were clean and well taken care of throughout the week, and each room has a nice large balcony.We found the food at the buffet to be varied enough for all of us, and better than other smaller resorts we've stayed at. I liked that the food was more authentic than americanized. The ala carte was fine, but we only went once, as I didn't want to spend time in a line up each morning to get a reservation. All the waiters were fantastic. I would like to mention in particular Xochitl, Eduardo and Miguel for their service during the week.The adult pool and bar area is very nice with lots of shade. A good place to escape the activities of the main pool for a bit of peace and quiet. I think our bartender there was Octavio; he was great! I liked that the swim up bar at the main pool had a place where you could walk up and stay dry, and enjoy some shade. Good touch! The activities staff kept you as busy as you would like, but were not pushy. I enjoyed morning stretching/yoga, and our son loved the daily water polo game. The beachfront set up is beautiful, with lots of lounge chairs and beds. There is no poolside/beachside drink service, but the bar is just a few moments away from wherever you are sitting.My MIL took a bad fall on our last night in front of the hotel next door, and the staff at the RDC took very good care of her. From front desk staff, to the night manager, to onsite paramedic, to the waitstaff who made sure we had ice for her that night and the next morning, all were extremely helpful and caring. Thank you to each and everyone of them for taking good care of her, and of us.Many reviewers has said that the front desk staff weren't good; I have to say everyone we dealt with at the front desk was very helpful, friendly and professional.Last but not least, I have to mention Axel, who is one of the great team manning the front door, wrangling luggage, calling taxis and dispensing information about the area. He helped us figure out how and where to get the local buses for various trips (way cheaper than taxis!) and was always there to help or just to say good morning.We hope to return to this property soon.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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- Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner
- A la carte dinners (unlimited, reservations required)
- Domestic drinks (unlimited, selected international drinks, house wine included)
- Daily activities program
- Daily sports
- Evening entertainment
- Introduction to scuba diving in pool (once/stay)
- Mini-bar restocked daily (water & soft drinks)
- 153 Rooms
- 2 pools
- 4 restaurants
- 3 bars
- Fitness center
- Water sports (fee)
- Evening entertainment
- Spa (fee)
- Doctor on site (fee)
- Laundry services (fee)
- WiFi available in Lobby (fee)
- Currency exchange
- Golf course nearby (fee)
- Gift shop
- Parking available
- 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds
- Cable TV
- Bathroom with shower only
- Individual air-conditioning
- In-room safe (fee)
- Iron & ironing board
- Living area
- Dining area
- 110/120 volts
- Up to 4 people : Maximum 3 adults Maximum 2 children
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Royal Decameron Los CabosLos Cabos,Mexico
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Boulevard Malecon San Jose S/N zona hotelera San Jose Del Cabo, Baja California Sur, San Jose del Cabo 23400 Mexico
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