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Royal Decameron Complex
3.0 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Lazaro Cardenas 150 | Riviera de Nayarit, Bucerias 63732, Mexico   |  
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“Royal Decameron Complex – 2nd time around”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 20, 2008

This is our 2nd time vacationing in PV. The first time was back in last May/early June of 2005. Like last time, this time we stayed at the RDC in Bucerias – just north of PV.

What a nice surprise to see that they have renovated the place – and I mean major renovation.

1. They have a new, permanent guest check-in counter at Block 2.

2. The old internet room has been knocked down and replaced by a lobby bar. And because of that, a la carte dinner reservation is now done at the counter at Block 4.

3. There are 4 internet terminals: 2 at the Block 2 lobby and another 2 at the Block 4 lobby.

4. Block 6 is a new addition since our last visit. The Piccolo Restaurant has been re-located from Block 4 to Block 6. Adjacent to it is the Mexicana Restaurant.

5. There is a spa called Temascal in Block 6 as well.

Make no mistake about it, this is NOT a 5-star resort. However, with all the “hardware” upgrades, this is deemed to be a 4 star resort.

We do find that the quality of food has improved since our last visit. No more “divorced chickens” or “wired beef”! The presentation of dishes at the Piccolo was remarkable.

As usual, the grounds are still very well maintained. Always saw their crew watering or trimming the plants and wiping and cleaning the floors.

We have no major issues with the resort. However, we just have two smaller ones which I think is room for their improvement:

1. Housekeeping – can be late at times. We may be picky as we do expect rooms to be made up by noon time. However, for a couple of days, the maid did not come until afternoon. What we were told was that their priority was to make up those rooms which were checked out that day.

2. Switched off air-conditioners. When we finally got to our room after check-in, we found our that the air-con was not turned on. So the room was really stuffy and hot. So we had to turned on the air-con and headed out for dinner before coming back into the room. Fortunately with the new Block 6, the relatively new air-conditioner cooled the room quite fast. And unlike the traditional air-conditioners in the older blocks, these “segregated body” models (which the compressors are segregated units from the fans in the rooms) are actually much quieter. I guess the maids turned off the air-con’s after they cleaned up a checked-out room.

Other Trip Advisors have commented about smell of urine in the rooms. When we got into our room, I thought it was the smell of stale (or old) potpourri … but one day while I was inside our room when the maid came to clean up, I finally realized what it was: The smell is actually from the floor cleaner that the maid uses to wipe the floor! So, if you notice that smell, it actually means that the floors are clean!

Also another issue which I promised to report back - “Security Cops”: Yes, there was security guards patrolling the pools as well. However, we did find them quite polite. I spent extra time trying to see if they “bug” any guests for “mishaps” like taking their drinks into the pools … but I saw no incidents.

Other things worth mentioning off-site:

1. There were 2 time share kiosks – one right at the corner opposite to the complex and another one off that intersection on the street leading you to the Bucerias village.

2. I think the internet café and exchange kiosk has changed hands (used to be owned by JoJo). The place is still there. For internet, they are 50% cheaper than what is offered inside the resort … but it is just a small room. No air-con, just a fan. So you have to stand the heat if you are going there in the afternoon.

3. OXXO and the pharmacy on the hilltop is really handy. But we find that the pharmacy has more selection of stuff than OXXO. YES, they do not have bath gel at the pharmacy. You may need to try the MEGA just opposite the Flamingo golf course (2 bus stops away from the resort – PV bound). We were not at that MEGA but we saw bath gel at the MEGA inside the Marina Shopping Centre (just south of the airport).

4. If you want to go downtown, forget about taking the taxi (too expensive) or the hotel shuttle bus (always not enough people signing up). We twice took the local buses. Just walk up the road to the hilltop where the main highway is, there is a bus stop. The fare is just 10 pesos (~US$1). On the return trip, the bus will stop right on the opposite side of the road. If you are lucky, you will have live entertainment on the bus as well!

RDC, another well-spent and well-rested vacation – 2nd time around.


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  • Liked — Excellent spot for breakfast! Also clean and reasonable.
  • Disliked — Housekeeping can be late at times. But still very clean.
  • Stayed May 2008, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Check in / front desk
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
    • 3 of 5 stars Business service (e.g., internet access)
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 18, 2008

My sister and I stayed here in May for 6 days. We had a great time, the resort had pretty grounds, was clean, and the staff was friendly.
We stayed in block 5, which overlooks the adult pool. The rooms were clean, our beds already had foam matresseses on them, so we didn't have any issues with hardness. We rented the safe for a one time fee at the cashier's office. There are no alarm clocks in the rooms so we used our cell phones. If you are a light sleeper and/or want to sleep early you may want to pack some ear plugs. There are late activities on the resort, and we could hear them loud and clear, but by 11 PM it was very quiet so we stayed up late and slept in a little.
The food overall was good, nothing we were amazed by, but there were several dishes that we thought were great . The buffets have nightly themes, we ate at the Latin, Mexican, and Mediterranean nights. We also ate at Rodizio, and the Mexican restaurants. Both were good, Rodizio had very entertaining staff, and great fozen lemonade. We never had any trouble making reservations. We did make reservations for Rodizio a day ahead since it seemed pretty popular.
The drinks were good, they are not large, but because of the heat I thought they were a good size. By the time I was finishing one the ice had melted. Some people did bring their own cups, which the staff filled with no problems. You can buy mugs at the gift shop also.
We spent most of our time at the adult pool. It was a little windy while we were there, and the buildings in front of the pool blocked most of the wind so that worked out well. Lots of people have floaties for the pool, some packed their own, but the gift shop also has them for sale. There were always chairs open on the beach.
If you need any soap/deoderant/sunscreen etc the resort sells it, but there is also a pharmacy if you walk up the road towards the highway and make a right.
We went to Puerto Vallarta one day, the taxi from the resort was $22 US, and $20 US on the way home. We never had to wait long for a taxi. There is also the bus, but we didn't try that.

  • Stayed May 2008, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Check in / front desk
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 16, 2008

This was our first trip to the Royal Decameron and after getting settled in, we enjoyed our stay. We arrived at PVR at 8:30 P.M. and didn't receive our luggage. We did bring a carry on with next day clothing. It was dark and the ride and scenery to the hotel was all mexico. But hey, we're in Mexico! We were first put in Building 5 on the 3rd floor. I tried to change to bldg. 3 or 4 but the man at the counter didn't understand English well. He said to check back the next day. The first morning there, we went to the buffet for breakfast, left 20 pesos for the maid and upon returning, our carry on bag (with passports) and the pesos were gone. Plus the room had not been cleaned. We freaked. We went to the reception area and had to file a complaint with "Karla", who couldn't believe someone would steal it. My husband had to go with the security guard on the grounds to look for the bag and Karla took me to our room to search for it. Upon arriving, the maid was in the room and Karla asked her about the bag. Apparently since there was no other luggage in the room, the maid thought the carry on was left behind. She had already turned it in to the resort. We were so relieved and feel this was an honest mistake. Karla assisted us in getting a ocean front room in building 3 which was nicer but the noise from the kitchen was bad beginning around 3:00 A.M. Also, the last night there, the young crowd "hee hawed" all night in the halls and security didn't seem to mind. I would prefer building 4 across from the restaurant for our next visit. Also rent the safe.
(someone advised us to write down passport numbers in case passports get lost) The rooms were very clean each day and the sheets changed. Nothing fancy though, if you want new furniture or marble counters, this isn't for you. We carried sand in on our feet every day from the beach so instead of turning in our beach towels each afternoon, we put them on the floor so we wouldn't track sand in the bed. In the morning, we exchanged them for clean beach towels. The pools in buildings 5 and 6 were our favorites because they were quiet. We spent a lot of time on the beach, which was lovely. The sand was hard to walk in when walking to and from Bucerias, especially after margarita's and being in the hot sun. Taxi's are $4.00 each way and the people there are very nice and trust worthy. The food was okay in the buffet. We enjoyed breakfast the most. We found that the salad bar in the Flamingo was better for lunch. Sometimes, we would get salad there and if we still wanted a little something, we would check out the Tropical. We ate at all of the speciality restaurants except the Thai. We liked the Mexican, Japanese & Italian. The Brazilian Rest. served way too much meat. If you're starving, you might like it. The staff at the resort were very courteous and professional. They all deserve tips. We got suckered into a timeshare spill and hated every minute of it. It was worth 230.00 however. They gave us $60.00 U.S. and two trips to Rhythms of the Night to Los Caletas, which is a must. ($170.00 value. try to get the 4:30 boat 3 from Nuevo Vallarta) They also paid for the cab to and from the timeshare. If you do a timeshare, be prepared to drink afterward. It's totally frustrating. We will never do it again. If you make it past the first guy, be prepared for two more that are pushier than the first. Anyway, back to the resort. The shows at the theater are very good but sitting on the concrete bleachers can get uncomfortable. The dancers also help with the activities daily. I took the spanish lessons, painted ceramics and took the tour for our first trip to Bucerias. Pedro was very nice and informative. All in all, we truely enjoyed our vacation and look forward to going back. Because the price is so reasonable, we were able to stay 10 nights. This is a very good vacation with lots of things to do. I will be practicing on my spanish however for our next trip. We did a 7 night all inclusive trip 16 years ago in Cozumel and this 10 night trip was less expensive. The Royal Decameron is much nicer than the resort in Cozumel. One more thing, bring a alarm clock. I hope this review was helpful.

  • Liked — The honest and professional staff
  • Disliked — Security didn't try to keep the noise down
  • Stayed May 2008, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Check in / front desk
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
    • 4 of 5 stars Business service (e.g., internet access)
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 13, 2008

So the Royal Decameron in Puerto Vallarta was about what we were expecting. We booked this through a travel agent, where we thought “WOW! This is a really great deal for an all-inclusive in Mexico!” Well, we realized we got what we paid for. It wasn’t the worst, but it was far from the best.

First Impressions & Check In – A little shady; the area where the hotel was not what or where we were expecting (we have previously stayed in a condo in Puerto Vallarta near downtown) – Royal Decameron is about 30 minutes from the airport, 45 from downtown. There is not much “outside” nightlife /dining /shopping near the resort. Upon check-in we were pleasantly surprised by the bellhop greeting us with the cocktail, but a bit unpleasantly surprised that the gentleman that checked us in spoke little English. But that is ok – its Mexico, right? Also a bit surprised that they do not do anything special for honeymooners or those celebrating special occasions (bottle of wine, room upgrade, spa discount, etc). Also we were little surprised to have “old-fashioned” keys (as opposed to key cards). Oh well. Grounds were very pretty & well maintained. Grade: C+.

Room – Actually after reading reviews, these were better than I thought. Simple and moderately spacious. We were in building 5 overlooking the adult pool, on the top floor (maybe that is why there were so many birds pooing on our balcony?) Also no elevators – which is fine. The room is comfortable with 2 full-ish sized beds, TV with some English-speaking channels, but no alarm clock (we brought one from home – thanks reviewers!) The bathroom was better than I expected as well – water pressure/temp was fine. The shower was kind of gross, may want to wear flip-flops. On our last day we did find a cockroach & some sort of baby gecko (I swear) in our room. The bed is definitely on the hard side. We tipped our housekeeping and got a clean room & fresh bottled water daily. Grade: C+.

Pools – Decent. There are about 6 of them. We started our trip by hanging out at Pool 5, which was the largest pool in the resort. However, we overheard a very loud family talking about how they had to go to the bathroom, but didn’t know where they were, then they all jumped in the pool – we had our suspicions and left. Gross. We stayed the adult pool the rest of the trip. It was quiet (but not too quiet), and was mainly adult couples. We did not venture to the other pools – whenever we walked by them they were filled with splashing noisy children (for our personal reasons of not wanting that scene). Also – they don’t have swim up bars. I recommend buying/bringing blowup rafts to lounge (in the pool & on your chair) – it is hot! Grade: B

Ocean – Great views. Lots of chairs & beachfront. We did not have a problem reserving chairs, nor were we harassed by those peddling their wares. Nice breeze, there are several bars close to the beach. You can use the resort’s kayaks. The ocean itself is not clear here, and it is somewhat foamy. Not sure if that is normal or not. Grade: B

Food/Drinks/Service – Worse than expected. From previous reviews, I thought the food would be good. We found it to be somewhat of cafeteria-quality (eg. Last nite’s beef stew was this morning’s “carne y huevos”) and not very authentic. Everything tasted the same (bland), and we were real sick of everything by the end. For breakfast you could have your eggs prepared your way – fried eggs over beans & tortilla chips with cheese & pico are not bad! The really weird thing to us is that you had to make “reservations” for dinner, that morning. There are only 2-3 seatings per restaurant, and they are by cuisine – Mexican, Italian, Japanese, Thai, Brazilian, etc. We had Italian, Brazilian & Japanese. They were not good. I would recommend going to town for dinner as much as you can. We did find a snack bar (by pool 5) that served hamburgers, hotdogs & French fries for lunch – that really hit the spot (how American of us). The only beer at the resort was Natural Light’s long-lost cousin, aka Sol. The tequila could te-kill-ya, and the wine at dinner was pretty bad too. We brought our big insulated mugs as suggested, and enjoyed some sort of lemonadey-vodka drinks - the friendly bar staff will make pretty much whatever you want (just remember to tip!) As far as the service – we found the front staff to be rude. The bar & restaurant staff were good – friendly & accommodating. Grade: C-

Overall, we were not disappointed, however we were not at all impressed with the Royal Decameron. There is a lot to do and a lot to drink/eat at the resort – but we were looking for something a bit more special. We will not be staying at the Royal Decameron again – there are way better resorts & hotels in Puerto Vallarta (stay closer to town!) and in Mexico. Not the worst but far from the best… you get what you pay for here.

  • Liked — the beautiful Puerto Vallarta Sun & Beach!
  • Disliked — food, Sol, hard beds
  • Stayed May 2008, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Check in / front desk
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
    • 2 of 5 stars Business service (e.g., internet access)
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 12, 2008

We just got back from our stay at the RD, May 2-9 2008. Our flight down was long but with our vacation to look forward to it wasen't that bad. The busride from the airport is a quick 25 mins that fly by. Upon arrival checkin was quick and our bags were at our rooms within 20 mins of our arrival.

THE RESORT:

I found the resort to be very well kept and as everyone stated very clean. There was always someone pruning, sweeping, cleaning etc. Our rooms were in block 6, and were cleaned everyday. While we were there they were also fumigated for bugs. This wasen't that much of an inconvienience as it was done at the time you are usually out of your room. The smell left wasen't anything crazy. The resort is quite large and if you are in building 6 there is a little bit of a walk to everything including your buffet and your lobby. Oh well a little exercise on vaca never killed anyone.

THE BUFFET:

The food was great. I have been to the RD in Panama, and was worried the food would be the same, but there was tons of selection. They served Guacamole (my fav) at every lunch and dinner. The soups are must trys as well as the salad with Aurora dressing. The food was fantastic and picky eaters will be fine.

THE A LA CARTE:

The a la cartes are the best I have been too. The Italian was fabulous and the Brazilian satisfied my cravings for fresh meat. The Italian had great bread, ceaser salad and the Alfredo pasta were my choice and they were fantastic.

We followed others ideas and took an alarm clock with us which I highly recommend. The drinks at the bars were great and they served freshly cracked Sol beer as their beer of choice. We also went to Karens Restaurant down the beach for our last dinner, upon the recommendation of others on this site and that dinner was amazing. The parm encrusted mahi mahi was amazing and others at the table started with the bruschetta that was the best they had ever had. If you can, request the lobster mashed potatoes as others I was with said they were out of this world. The meal was highly satisfying and came to about 23 bucks american. Highly worth it and a great place to have your meal before you leave.

Some of the guys in my group also took the bus into Puerto Vallarta and it was a buck and they said it was super easy and they recommend travelling this way. They went into town for the bull fights that are on Wednesdays. They enjoyed this trip although you really need to know what is involved in the show before you go. Very graphic. The ATV trip was another trip that was done and they said it was totally worth it. We booked all our trips with the Gentleman off the resort that everyone speaks about. It was a great price although they screwed up the ATV trip for my friends by booking it on the wrong day. So instead of going in the morning when it would be a bit cooler they woke up really early in anticipation and walked down to meet them and were told that they had to come back that afternoon. They were not impressed and we emailed the man and he offered us a different trip to try for free (we didn't take advantage of this). All in all they really enjoyed the trip.

THE CONS:

The worst part of the trip for most of us was the day trip that we all participated in. We booked the catamaran through Scott and paid 50.00 American. It was called the Geronimo Catamaran Tour. I DO NOT recommend this tour regardless of what you pay for it. The day is set to include scuba(extra fee) or snorkling and then a trip to a private beach. With a continental breakfast and a lunch. You need to find your own way into the marina in PV, so we cabbed it and it was 40 bucks. We arrived very early and spent some time hanging out at the marina. When it was time to board us and about 25 other people got aboard the boat. Its not your typical catamaran, the netting is a small part at the front of the boat and the rest has matting on the ground to sit on. There is some covered area to stay out of the sun. We were given the plan and ground rules. There is no bar open until the snorkling and scuba is done etc. We were served out breakfast which was good and started the beginning of our 2hour sale to the island where we would be snorkling. This ride is long and slow and kinda boring. not to much to look at and no activities going on, on the way there. once we got to the island, as we got closer the smell coming off the island was horrendous. This is hands down the WORST smell I have ever had to endure. Apparently the island is habited by about a thousand birds that do their business all over this rock. I was gagging. Then they said this is where we are suppose to scuba. There was no way I was going in this water. The droppings fall into the water normally and pour off during rain. This is disgusting and totally unsafe hygenically. The amount of disease floating around in this water! Some of my group went into the water to snorkle anyways and they couldn't see their hand in front of their face let alone any fish. What a waste and the torture from the smell while we waited for the group to come back was terrible. This was their amazing snorkling that they advertise. Then we started on our way to the island and had lunch which I can't believe I ate with that smell in my memory, but it was good. Once we got to the island they have a boat that they overload with people to take you into the island, where upon arrival you are greated by a bunch of mexican construction workers standing against a fence watching you like a bunch of perverts. No offense to mexican people in general but even where I come from construction workers are perverts but then we are taken to an island were we have to parade in front of the locals at a constuction site in our bathing suits. So disgusted, we try to go back to the boat only to be told we are not aloud to leave until its time. so we spent our almost hour hiding behind the rocks off to the side of the beach, not even enjoying any water or anything....I DO NOT recommend this trip and was very angry with the waste of money and time.

Over all this resort is a great value! I would def go back.

  • Liked — The a la cartes, the pools, everything else
  • Disliked — The Guranamo Tour
  • Stayed May 2008, traveled with friends
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Check in / front desk
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
    • 5 of 5 stars Business service (e.g., internet access)
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 9, 2008

The first time I stayed at the decameron was on a 5 family, family vacation. Since that trip, I've been back twice, my sister has been back twice, and i belive my parents and some of the other families on our first trip have all been back!!! Its a really great place for a large group. The grounds are well kept, the food is good, the rooms are good, the adult pool is great and the entertainment staff is lots of fun.

This hotel is about a 20minute cab ride from downtown which is the down side, but its worth it. Bucerias is a good 20minute walk (give or take) from the hotel which we did almost every morning.

I would recommend this hotel to anyone, and if i ever head back to Puerto Vallarta, I will definately stay here again.

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 7, 2008

I really enjoyed it here.
I saw some negative reviews, but it seems mainly from people who were expecting a 4 diamond resort, not a 4 star in Mexico.
It's Mexico people!

Anyways, the food was absolutely awesome! The mexican food was by far the best. I truly enjoyed the authentic food, freshly made on site.

The a' la cartes were slightly lacking at times, though the Thai place had some really good food. Jap Jap I found horrible - though I live in a city where it's 1/2 asian, so I'm slightly spoiled in that aspect.
Some of the food was overcooked, but I'm also used to 'rare' meat here - not something I've noticed a lot of buffet's offer.

The drinks were aweosome, the staff amazing and our room was incredible. I heard nasty stuff about the beds, but my friend and I found it really comfy - I guess we like harder beds.

There were a ton of kids there, but there were many areas without them and places to go if you wanted a bit more quiet time - though this wouldn't be the type of place I would pick for a super romantic quiet getaway.
All and all, it was better than a lot of places I've been to - with the selection of food and bevies being the best.

I would highly recommend anyone to go.

Stayed April 2008
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Address: Lazaro Cardenas 150 | Riviera de Nayarit, Bucerias 63732, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Pacific Coast > Nayarit > Riviera Nayarit > Bucerias
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 2 Hotels in Bucerias
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3 star — Royal Decameron Complex 3*
Number of rooms: 620
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Royal Decameron Complex composed of three hotel units: Flamingos, Tropical and Royal, is located 20 minutes from Puerto Vallarta International Airport on the most exciting and extensive beach of the beautiful Bay of Banderas in the typical Mexican town of Bucerias in Riviera Nayarit. The colorful architecture of the Royal Decameron Complex offers 5 swimming pools, 4 of which are suitable for children, and long stretch of beach where you can enjoy different activities, non-motorized water sports and bar services. You can also enjoy a large number of buffet and a la carte options with specialized restaurants including: JAP JAP, Wok, MexicanoFusion, Piccolo and Steak House, among others. We also offer 6 bars along the beach and beside the swimming pools. The Royal Decameron Complex also has other installations like the Vallarta disco, 3 tennis courts, one soccer pitch and a fun Kids Club. ... more   less 
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