These double rooms, with their warm tones and simple furnishings, include a balcony or a terrace. And inside, you'll also find air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, and a TV. To let you know, these double rooms sleep 2 at the most.
Well organised resort with many activities and places to relax (3 bars, 3 restaurants, 3 pools and a beach)..
Tasteful bouffets all day long and very nice cocktails at bars..
Many thanks to the staff.. Smiling dancing and serving made us feel like home..More
Periandros V, 189400
Ignore the reviews!
After reading some of the reviews on this website we was apprehensive about staying at this hotel but they could not have been further from the truth! On arrival we was greeting with a refreshing drink while we checked in. Check in was easy and quick and a man drove out suitcases to our room and we met him there. The room was basic and could do with a bit of a update but there was nothing wrong with it. We had a room overlooking the quiet pool and it was a lovely view. The food was really nice and there was always lots of room and lots of choice of food. The pools and the beach was great. The staff was mostly friendly and they would talk to you. The shows was okay they was more geared towards the French guests and some of them was laughable they was that bad. One negative we did have to get up early every day to get a sunbed but overall this was a great place to stay and we would def return! More
royal decameron boa vista
A reasonable hotel which could be a very good one.hotel very clean most of the staff were very friendly.The negatives with this hotel are plenty. To manage to get a sunbed around the pools or on the beach you must place towels on the beds before 7.15 because by 7.30 every sunbedhas been reserved even though people reserving them do not return until the afternoon.Brochures state a dress code for men to wear long trousers for evening meals.This was not enforced and many wore shorts. The biggest problem we as a couple had was the ignorance of the entertainment team. we spent two weeks at the hotel and yet were only acknowledged on 3 occasions by them. When they found out we were English we were ignored by them however they had long conversations with groups of French guests or unattached females.WE WILL NOT RETURN TO THIS HOTELMore
Lovely Relaxing Break
After reading some of the reviews on here I was a little worried, but we had a great week at the Royal Decameron!
The food was different every day and there was always plenty of choice and the staff were friendly and helpful.
We had a meal in the al la carte restaurant one night and this was also great. We opted to pay extra for a bottle of wine which was 20 euros but very nice.
The hotel is very close to the beach, which was very clean and the bar there was also in the all inclusive package.
All in all a nice place to stayMore
Laura H, 187053
A very relaxing holiday
I'm glad to see that several people have commented on the negative reviews.Most of our fears were quickly dispelled, and we agree that most of the criticism is unfounded.
Highlights were the superb choice of food, friendly staff,perfect weather, and a room with a sea-view from our private balcony.
A few niggles prevented us from giving five stars. 1.Having to get up by 7.30 to reserve a sun-bed.2. Lack of cups at breakfast- I suggest you either buy one in the hotel shop for 4 euros, as I did, or pack one in your suitcase.3. Too many cats in the restaurant, some of which were scent-marking the tables or stealing food from the plates.4. If you want a full English breakfast every morning, you will be disappointed- (despite the large choice of food , sausages, tomatoes and bacon were a rarity) 5. If you want black- coffee, you have to scrape an inch of foam off the coffee from the machine.
Overall, though,a good place to go if you want to relax , escape the British winter, and eat al-fresco for a week, with evening entertainment.More