Royal Decameron Complex Vallarta
Lazaro Cardenas No. 150
Bucerias, Nayarit, 63732 MX
Fitness Center: Yes
Day Spa: No
Royal Decameron Hotel, Puerto Vallarta
Royal Decameron Complex Reviews
The Royal Decameron Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican style all-inclusive resort. The resort is located on a long, beautiful and stretch of beach in northern Banderas Bay. With 410 rooms and 25 family suites, this 4 star resort in the Nuevo Vallarta area consists of a series of 3 and 4 story buildings. Relax by one of the 4 pools, including one large activity pool, two adults only and a children’s pool. Nightly Entertainment with local talent, Theme nights including weekly Mexican Fiesta, International Nights. The hotel is an all-inclusive resort that includes unlimited food and drink at three restaurants and three bars (until 1:00 am), nightly entertainment, and non-motorized water sports.
620 Hotel Rooms, 3 inter-connecting pools with oversized Jacuzzi, Swim-up Bar, Poolside lounge & Towel Service, 5 Restaurants, Bars, Snack bar. 3 lighted Tennis Courts, Shops, Activities program.
"We stayed March 2014 for one week. The food is plentiful and exceptional. The rooms are modest, but very clean and comfortable and we were only in the room to sleep or clean up. Each pool will give something different. Pool 5 is for adults only and is very quiet. The many bars are spread out over the complex and all are fabulous. A great variety of specialty drinks, available in virgin for kids and non drinkers. Pina Coladas, multiple varieties of Margaritas way too many to list. Bring a good travel mug to reduce trips back to get refills as only small plastic cups are used. We brought 20 ounce “Bubba” mugs and found them perfect for mixed drinks or beer. The Lobby Lounge was perfect for evening drinks before dinner and table service is available. The beach is great and non powered water toys are available free. The number of vendors selling goods on the beach can get tiresome after a while but if you are not interested “no gracias” will normally suffice in moving them along and they were not as aggressive as the vendors in town. The food is absolutely out of this world. The choices are almost endless. Outstanding breakfast buffets with fresh fruit, cereals, breads, hot foods and an omelette station. Lunch and dinner buffets change daily and are themed, Mexican, Italian, Oriental etc. with one snack area doing burgers dogs and fries. The server in the snack area is fantastic and we had lunch there most days. If you like more elegant fair the ala carte choices are scrumptious. I wish we could have tried them all. Every night they have a stage show that is very professional and entertaining. Our overall experience was absolutely outstanding. We felt safe not only in the resort, but when walking into Bucerius or taking the bus into Puerto Vallarta." – William from Winnipeg, Manitoba
"I found the complex too spread over a large area, therefore requiring a lot of walking. The staff was very friendly even though many could not speak or understand english. When I would ask a question, often I would get a different answer from each worker. I was extremely disappointed with the TWO very arcaic computers located in only one lobby. First you have to stand in a long line up to purchase time on the computer, then another line to use the computer. The computer screen is written in spanish and very difficult to manage. Therefore using up time paid for before achieving goals. I talked with other guest who were given CODES to acquire wireless computer access in the lobby, but after spending much time asking for the same access (because I had my laptop there) and being told I could have it. They changed their mind and just gave me more time on their computers. Very disappointed. Having to go outside the compound to access wifi was very inconvenient. If you dont get to the restaurants early, there will be no fruit left at the salad bar! Snack bars(open while restaurants were closed)had cold, dried up foods that sat in warming trays, yuk! The resort was kept very clean by very hard working staff always. The edge of the pool was re-painted while I was there, and without warning…the edge was then extremely slippery! There is only ONE location in the complex to get a coffee when restaurants are closed. Wheelchair bound guests were NEVER told there was an elevator in ONE of the buildings. Building 5 surrounding the adult only pool is newer accomodations but the side next to the tennis courts is very loud until 3AM because of the live theatre and disco bar (I had earplugs)." – Leslie from Courtenay, B.C.Canada
"We stayed from June 27th to July 8th WOW!! We had such a great time. The check in was easy. We stayed in Block 3 which has an elevator (I don’t walk well). Although I have difficulty with stairs and such, I did NOT have a problem with the size of this resort. NO there is no shampoo and such in the room, but I always carry my own. Most who use hotel shampoo complain anyway…. Always something to eat at the buffets. Reserving for the alacarte isn’t bad. As for tours or excursions definitely go see Scott at Scotts tours. We saved $45 per person on the ATV tour. The best price I found on the Mexican blankets was at The Playa Mart, just off the Malecon. They were $4.00 each. Great place to eat and relax and enjoy a Corona in Mar Y Sol in Bucerias. We took the bus to Walmart, what an ADVENTURE. We will be planning another stay at this resort in March 2008." – Mike & Carla