This beachfront place takes advantage of its location, with sea views from the pools and restaurants.
This low-rise hotel is on one of Boa Vista’s best beaches. It’s a sandy number that has a bit of a Sahara Desert look with long and tall dunes.
Every room comes with a balcony or terrace with views across the manicured gardens. On the dining front there are themed buffet nights and an à la carte serving up the catch of the day.
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- Lifts: 1 in lobby to pool only
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and à la carte dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks. Beer and wine served by the glass with meals. Snacks at set times.
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Saltwater outdoor pool
Quieter pool with kids' section, sunbeds, parasols, beach towels and sun terrace.
Praia Blue buffet restaurant
This buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Head over here for a choice of massage and beauty treatments.
Rooms ► View all
Suite with Balcony or Terrace
These spacious suites, with their warm tones and simple furnishings, include a balcony or a terrace. They have a double bedroom, a dining area, and lounge area. You'll also find air-conditioning in the bedroom, a mini-fridge, and a TV included. Just so you know, the extra bed in the lounge is a sofa-bed.
Double Room with Balcony or Terrace
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. These double rooms sleep up to 4, with two double beds.
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Am reluctant to write this as I so want to keep this hotel quiet as its so special. Rooms basic but very clean, bathrooms could do with a little tlc, but that's the only negative. We had room 324 which overlooks the beach and is only a couple of mins from the restaurant. Staff are amazing so friendly & nothing too much trouble. taxis to/from the airport are 5 euros. 10 euros to the little capital sal rei. 5 euros to the pottery where everything is made by hand. Huge selection of food in the main restaurant, if you cant find anything you like you must have a serious problem. a bottle of water is left in your fridge upon arrival, the restaurant/bar staff will happily refill it for you. I had 3 treatments at the spa all were fabulous. The pool is huge with a Jacuzzi, there is music played around the pool but not too loud, there is also a quiet pool with no music, animation team. We did 2 trips with a local company called Giggling Geckos, pre booked before we went but you don't pay until the end of the excursion.More
Nice resort, friendly staff, good food
Stayed here with a friend for a week. First time all inclusive but i was genuinely surprised by the food! Breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets were very good! For something different make a reservation for the restaurant who do either a Mediterranean or cape verdean menu for the evening. Swimming pool was nice and didnt find it overly crowded. It's a short walk to the beach, a good trek to town but doable in 90-120 minutes on the beach. The room i had was quite large and on the 1st floor so had a beach view! Also good for a walk is to visit Rabil and the little ceramics/pottery workshop for some beautiful souvenirs (not the imported junk you find everywhere!). I picked up yet another turtle for my collection haha! It's smaller than the neighbouring Riu hotel but if i visit boa vista in the future i'd opt for this again! More
wonderful hotel with great staff
this was a lovely hotel very quiet and very friendly the kids club was fantastic. there was only 10 british there and mostly french . the enterainment team worked really hard aand tried and got you involved. they made such a fuss of our little girls.More
Great stay! (a few years ago)
I stayed at the Royal Decameron a few years ago. I travelled there in June with my partner at the time. We stayed for two weeks and throughly enjoyed every minute of it. The price for what we got was excellent. The accommodation was great. Although very basic inside, it was always clean and very private. We had a small miniature house to ourselves which overlooked the sea- it was beautiful. The island itself is lovely. Weather was great and the beach looks beautiful, however it is rare to be able to swim in the sea because it is too choppy. The pool was enough, and the view from a sun lounger. There aren't many places to venture to on the island. It is a bit secluded and derelict around the hotels. However, if you like tanning and being in the comfort of a hotel, then you will be more than happy. The food was good. It wasn't anything spectacular, however I have no complaints and enjoyed it all. The alcohol is very, very strong, so be careful! Not to my taste really. The staff were really good fun when I stayed. Everyone was very friendly, and always made an effort to speak to us every day. From the entertainment staff, to the bartenders, to the chefs. We became friendly with our gardener who had recently had a baby girl. We ended up buying them gifts and leaving them clothes. They do not get paid much over there, so please make sure to tip, even though it is all inclusive. They will definitely appreciate it. Recommend going if you want to get away from the world and have a relaxing holiday with fun. I would probably go back :)More
Visited again for the third time and probably slightly better. Food plentiful with much choice. Staff friendly although hotel is geared towards French visitors. Beach is wonderful and plenty of sun loungers around the quiet pool to read and relax. If you want to participate in activities then the large pool is where to go. Beach bar great. Would recommend if you want to get away from it all. Wifi expensive but saying that price hasn't changed for 3 years. 7 euros for one hour - hotel reception area only. More
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