Dive right into an all-inclusive family getaway in paradise at our luxury beachfront Montego Bay resort. Spend quality time together with activities and adventures for all ages, from water sports and nightly shows to creative cuisine, poolside cabanas, a lazy river, and more. Indulge in spa treatments, dance classes, and beachside lounging while your little ones find their fun at our kids and teens clubs.
Highway A1, Mountain Spring Trelawny Falmouth Jamaica
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Please do not listen to all the negative reviews by entitled people. We have recently returned from our 2 week honeymoon from this little piece of paradise. If you want to go to Jamaica and feel like you are in Jamaica and not some shining concrete highrise that could be in any country this is the place to go. Staff from the moment we arrived to the moment we left were fabulous, smiles all day long and could not be more helpful. Accommodation was perfect for us in everyway, literally a few steps to the stunning beach, surrounded by pretty gardens that are kept beautiful by hard working gardeners. Amazing bed that was huge and that staff left us flower arrangements on for our honeymoon. For all those that have written about the food again ENTITLED because there is more.than enough choice all round. For the moany comments about the locals attending at weekends again ENTITLED this is Jamaica, this is their country and they are allowed to have vacations too, we have vacations and stay in our own country. For those that moan that the sea is to shallow....er not one member of staff can do anything about that, may have to speak to the main man or whoever crested the planet!!! Again i can't say enough about the staff, bar, restaurant , fabulous gardeners,our beautiful room service lady, each and everyone a credit to the place. We will definitely be back next year for our anniversary and can't wait. Thank you Royal Decameron, thank you to all staff. ENTITLED PEOPLE STAY AWAY
After 2 days this was bang on going to be a bad review, by the end, turned out pretty good, here's why - The accommodation as many have stated is very dated and hut 131 was like something out of the 80s, we soon moved to 124 which was a lot better, 4 nights later after a very loud party outside the grounds, we moved to 64 - now this was decent and loved it! The food improved as well during the 10 days, try and get in early though especially when they let the locals in on weekends who clear the trays very quickly - one very standout omission, "NO Jerk Chicken" during our stay, I'll say it again "NO Jerk Chicken" - one of the main reasons we chose Jamaica! The Gardens and general grounds are immaculate - ground and most staff were very friendly. The Beaches are very nice, with 4 coves, lush white sand, and very warm water (although visibility varies considerably for snorkeling). Loads of free sunbeds but still Towels out at dawn lol, really no need. Breakwaters could seriously do with some repair though, with lots of broken concrete and bits of metal sticking out - don't Tui ever check this? May return one year but nearly 2hrs transfer and Montego Bay Airport being seriously the most Incompetent and disorganized Airport we've ever seen (3.5 hours to get our Baggage FGS!), there are other places of higher priority for us
November 07th to 21st 2022-Royal Decameron Club Caribbean I came so very close to cancelling the RDCC, due to all the bad reviews, so glad that I did not. I do have 52 All-inclusive vacations under my belt, of which 5 are to Jamaica. It has been 3 very difficult years since our last getaway, needless to say, I am so very grateful for having such a memorable, amazing holiday. We did lose an entire vacation day with travel delays, but this had nothing to do with the hotel. To begin with the RDCC is a small hotel, very easy to get around. I just loved the unique 4 beach coves and how the hotel set them up to accommodate different needs, varying from quiet to party time. My Husband and I are real, true, beach lovers; with the beach being the main focal point of our vacation. No phones, computers, just time to get away and forget about every day, real life. We chose not to be on any kind of schedule, so no a-la-carte dining, tours, etc. To start with the hotel is older and very tired, there are no modern fixtures, furniture, upgrades, nor high rise buildings. What you have is enchanting individual huts which create a real tropical island, get away feeling. Any quirks within the room, for us, added to the charm, ambiance and Jamaican vibe. Our hut 85 was very comfortable, we did bring our own pillows. Tamesha our maid was wonderful, she ensured that we had lots of clean towels in good condition, including facecloths. Plenty of toilet paper and extra bottles of water. Tamesha also left us notes when there were delays with the towels, she did a good job and is a total gem. Air con and fan worked great, toilet flushed, and we had no problems with water, but it was slow in the shower, and it takes a bit of running, for hot water. Room had key lock safe (make sure you ask for it when checking in). Access to room is a key on a wrist/arm expansion bracelet; if you lose them, you will pay, so I would suggest a little pouch to keep them safe. No fridge in room. I do recommend bringing a kettle for that morning cuppa, a special Thank-you to Gardener “Marty” for loaning us one. Our room was a short walk to the Quiet beach cove, where there are 5 palapas, a bar and bathroom. This area was like a piece of heaven on earth, and we were so fortunate to enjoy this space with other lovely Guests who really appreciated being there. We called the bar Odette’s bar; she took care of us all. It would be nice if this area was officially, Adults only. Fortunately for us there were very few screaming Children, and they did not stay long, before they trotted off to the other beach coves that have more action, music, main pool and other bars. For the most part the hotel was quieter, until the evening, where most of the entertainment/action took place both inside and outside of the hotel. Hey this is Jamaica so all part of the fun. The hotel does get quiet around 2 am. We did not bother with any of the pools, shows or, activities, so can’t really comment about that. In the evening we preferred our romantic time at the Gazebo, especially when the sky lit up. The quiet beach was perfect and private for swimming Sky-clad, at night. We ate only at the Buffet and did not get tired of any of the food. Lots to choose from, it was difficult to stick to our one plate rule, so ended up putting on over 7 lbs. Now my advice is to go early. We did not find any issues with the Jamaican Guests on the weekend, found them to be very polite, happy and full of life. The problem is the hotel does not have many experienced, trained Staff at the Buffet and they are not geared up to cope with large numbers of Guests. Nothing that training and development cannot resolve. The service at the Buffet was adequate to a point, but most certainly not attentive and rarely warranted a tip. Very few experienced servers and no real teamwork, this did not stop us from enjoying ourselves, but it was frustrating at times. It was nice when Kenny and James where our servers, they were wonderful. I would suggest that the hotel stops moving the Buffet Staff around, so they can get orientated better to their sections and this will allow Guests to connect with their favorite servers. The Staff at the fresh food grills/carver stations were fantastic, especially Joan; what a gem. Stacey and Daniele were great too. All were very accommodating. The snack bar is set up in a beautiful location, the views are stunning. Unfortunately, the hours do not offset the Buffet, which is just stupid. A-la-carte (burgers, hot dogs, wings and fry’s), not a proper snack bar. It was slow when we went, and we were disgusted with the lethargic service. Best slushie type drinks at the Jetty bar. Marvelous, helpful Staff at reception, a special Thank-you to Judith. My Husband and I came away from this vacation feeling rested, rejuvenated, so very grateful, with allot of hope for the future. We would return, if the price matches what is offered.