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Over Melía Jardines del Rey
De uitgestrekte zwembaden bieden de gasten heerlijke plekjes om te ontspannen met een koel drankje in de hand. De kamers zijn licht en ruim, allen met een balkon of terras en voorzien van alle gemakken. Voor kinderen worden vele activiteiten georganiseerd bij de baby- en miniclub. Maar ook voor de volwassenen zijn er sportieve mogelijkheden; de niet-gemotoriseerde sporten zijn inclusief, zoals snorkelen en kajakvaren. Er zijn tennisbanen en een fitnessruimte. En na het sporten of zonnebaden kunt u voor de maaltijden een keuze maken uit negen restaurants met à la carte, snacks of buffet opties. Misschien wilt u nog een lekker ijsje als dessert of een zoetige traktatie gedurende de dag? Dat kan bij de "Sweet Corner".
- all inclusive
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All InclusiveGeselecteerde alcoholische en non-alcoholische drankjes, alle maaltijden, snacks, gebruik van de niet-gemotoriseerde watersportfaciliteiten en deelname aan de georganiseerde (sport)activiteiten.
Aan het strand van Playa Flamenco op Cayo Coco.
- 9 Restaurants
- 6 Bars
- 3 Zwembaden
- Zonneterras met ligbedden en parasols
- Watersportmogelijkheden (niet-gemotoriseerd)
- Sporten als beach volleybal, tafeltennis, Jeux de boules,
- Baby Club en Mini Club
- 2 Tennisbanen
- Uitgebreid entertainment & activiteiten programma
Wilt u uw vakantie in Cuba afsluiten met een strandvakantie in een exclusieve en wonderschone omgeving? Kies dan voor een vakantie op één van de Cayo's: Cayo Ensenachos, Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Largo of Cayo Coco.
De Cayo's zijn wit met groen omsierde eilandjes en liggen als wilde parels in een blauwe zee. Het strand is spierwit en het water mooi helder.
Wilt écht iets bijzonders en iets unieks tijdens uw vakantie op Cuba? Kies dan voor een van deze eilandjes en laat u verwennen.
"Line-ups for everything; is not my type of vacation"
I stayed 1 week in Jan 2017 at Melia Jardines del Rey, Cayo Coco.This was a family vacation with 1 teenager. The resort is about 2 years old, located 20 min. from the airport with bus. The resort is very large ~2000 guests, accommodation is in 3 level bungalows/villas.If you have an issue with a lot of walking, this resort is not for you. There are ~20 villas; villas # 12, 14, 15, 16 are more central, close to the beach and the pools.Rooms are large, in general clean, beds and pillows are firm In the room you have TV, coffee maker, safe storage of documents, A/C and hair dryer. There is a good variety of TV channels.The beach is wide, sandy and with pallapas and plastic loungers. The ocean water was clean, warm and shallow; you can see lots of fish even close to the shore.The resort has a nice modern gym, 2 tennis courts and non-motorized water sports. The evening entertainment consist of shows starting at 6 pm in the lobby (I enjoyed this the most from all the entertainments), then the main show is at 9 or 9:30 pm in the theater. The entertainment is not posted so if you want to know the schedule, you need to obtain a print out from the customer service office.The daily entertainment such as Zumba, salsa classes, Spanish classes and stretching is also not advertised, you need to go the East side pool and take a picture of the posted schedule close to the music. You have to stay in line for all the food, drinks, coffee, to exchange money and to make reservation for the a la carte restaurants.I personally find this unacceptable for a vacation in a 4.5 star resort. The food is not organized well, for example only 1 person makes pancakes for a v. long line-up of more than 30 min.The food is not replenished after 2 pm at lunch. Advice: if you want to avoid line-ups at reservations for a la carte restaurants, get your reservations done as soon as you get your room key.If you want to stay less in-line-ups for food, plan to eat when they open the buffet at 7-8 am, 12-1 pm, 6:30 pm.I have been to different resorts in Cuba , this was my 4th time in Cuba but I have never seen this bad organization and line-ups for food and at the bars. A la carte restaurants are disappointing to say the least and some menu items are a mockery: vegetable soup with chicken tear drops=warm salty water with raw shredded cabbage inside(at the Oriental restaurant).The only a la carte worth trying is the French Bistro. In conclusion: I won't be back to this resort and I will not recommend it unless you have never been to an all inclusive, you don't mind being 1st at the buffet/or staying in line and getting whatever (no meat, no salad). Advice to Melia management:organize the food at the buffet, have cooked meat, eggs, ready to be served not waiting to be cooked. Replenish the food throughout the hours of serving lunch, have more people making pancakes, omelettes, etc. When I checked in the room I pulled out the bed-covers and I found that the bed was covered in body fluids including blood, however the bed was covered nicely as it was freshly made. I called Reception but they said they will look into it, in the meantime I found the maid myself and I asked her to change everything, she did. How is it possible that we were told that the room is ready, it seems that everything is clean and ready but when you pull the covers you find a big mess? This is not the 1st review that describes blood and other body fluids in the bed, something is going on in this resort, some people have keys to some rooms and they use it.I heard from another guest that they saw a local guy putting a room key in his rooms lock, his key worked, he said he missed the room, hmm... The resort also had 1 power failure of ~3 hrs from around 11 pm till 2:30 am and no water in the shower & sink in the last 1.5 days.
"Girls holiday Jan7-14th 2017"
The first thing i would like to say is at no time do i fault the staff for a very frustrating holiday. It was my first time in Cuba, of course i rate the beach and ocean a ten as everyone always said. The staff were so friendly and kind, my heart really went out to them for what they had to handle most of that week!! This resort was equipped for about 1500-1800 peope at most for food,water(shower and bath) dishes and staff. This week they had 2500 people...you can imagine how that went!!! No water in our room for 21/2 days then we get it and cold only. Line ups for anything minimum 30-40 min. Getting a reservation for the a la carte restaurant was 21/2 hour line up with all of them booked up the first five days anyways. We had to line up at the buffet doors 45 min. Before it opened to ensure a plate and nit have to wait in huge lines for any of the stations. I felt so bad for the buffet staff they were completely overwhelmed, yet they never lost their smiles or patience, for that i give them a big thumbs up. Sadly though i would never take a chance there again.
"Going back this Febuary"
We spent a week at this resort jan. 2015. We had a great stay. Resort was only half complete. Construction on the second half was underway but did not bother us one bit. We plan on visiting Lenny bar this time as we did not get to do it last visit. The room,restaurants,pool area was fantastic and the staff were amazing. We travel twice a year and have been to many resorts and this one even though not complete was everything we expected. We can't wait to see if it is now complete. We had rented a taxi for the day and visited the city of Moron. This was a great experience and will be doing this again this trip. Our driver Roberto had given us his cell number. We will definitely contact him again once we arrive. Surelys is one of the entertainment staff on the resort. She made our evenings a wonderful and fun experience. We have an email address for her but have not received a response yet. Hoping to hear from her as we would like to bring supplies to her and Family. To all travellers that wonder about the food. This place has been one of the best we have been to in a very long time. I have recommended this resort to many colleagues in the past two years and all that have went have come back extremely happy. Can't wait to be back!
"Melia Jardines del Rey"
Didn't think we would like the ground floor,but it turned out to be just what we needed , the room was quite spacious and we could sit on our patio and enjoy the sunshine,I liked the fact that we had to walk,especially after eating all that good food,did not like the fact there was never enough bottled water in the room,a call to the customer service solved that irritation,will definitely return
"Melia Jardines del Rey rating"
Very happy with beach and resort itself, but not the service provided. I would go back to Cayo Coco mainly because of the beach. I love the fact that I could walk for miles, and miles and be able to go from beach to beach and explore the wonderful ocean life. Melia Jardins del Rey is a very nice resort and the room sizes are accommodating, but the service needs to be improved. I don't ask for much except that the room is clean with a fresh smell, and that towels be replaced on a daily basis and sheets be replaced accordingly at least once or twice a week. Towards the end of my stay the sheets had a stale smell to them because they were never changed which made my nights very restless. The food overall was quite good, but the staff should be on top of things a bit more, like replacing dishes, and refilling the food bins. There were a few times when I had to wait for dishes, or for food to be refilled. The service again was not very good, nobody ever came to the table to ask if we needed anything, I would have to get up and ask a waiter for a glass of wine, and then it would take them forever to come to the table with the wine. I would like to back to Melia Jardines del Rey and would definitely recommend this resort to more of my friends if the service was to improve.
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