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Melía Jardines del Rey
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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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Ruim en modern ingerichte kamers met uitzicht op het zwembad of de tuinen, met airco, kluisje, strijkijzer en - plank, terras of balkon, telefoon, televisie, minibar (dagelijks bijgevuld), koffie- en theefaciliteiten. Luxe badkamer en föhn.
Classic Ocean View
Zoals de Classic kamer, met zeezicht.
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
- 4 Zwembaden
- Zonneterras met ligbedden en parasols
- Watersportmogelijkheden (niet-gemotoriseerd)
- Sporten als beach volleybal, tafeltennis, Jeux de boules,
- Duiken voor beginners
- 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 Cayos: Cayo Ensenachos, Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Largo of Cayo Coco.
De Cayos 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.
"Bring your Fit-Bit and your beach etiquette!"
Just back from a fun one-week "March Break" stay (4 moms with our four grade 12 grads). This is a massive resort that was likely at full capacity last week for the Ontario March Break In general, a great week. Most staff were friendly and helpful but some, (admittedly very few) seemed aloof and uninterested (I guess like anywhere, not everyone should be in the service industry). There are some real gems of staff working here that really made things extra special for us and we will be forever grateful! And when things dont seem to be going as you would like, just remember that this area recently suffered from a Cat 5 hurricane - the largest in history -- so if infrastructure isn't up to "your standards" or staff seem a little off/grumpy -- give them a break. They are very much still in recovery mode (in their personal lives). The resort itself is fully functional (or at least appears to be) Rooms: Stayed in Block 15, 3rd floor (4 rooms). All were perfect -- no issues with hot water, water pressure, A/C. Beds, per Cuba standards (firm mattress but not an issue for us). Our room faced the quiet pool, which wasnt really "quiet" 3 of the 7 days, due to late afternoon contests etc. If you had a napping baby or toddler, you would have NOT been impressed. Wasnt an issue for us most days. Could hear the disco at night if outdoors on your balcony. Very muffled with balcony door closed tight. Bugs: No issues with bugs at anytime, all week. If you're nervous, a spray of "OFF" on your ankles before beach or lobby time is really all you need. Beach-related: Woke up daily at around 6am to grab our preferred palapas (see below), but there were always many palapas available much later in the day, if you werent picky about location or whether you had a lounger to sit on --seems the resort has gone palapa-crazy and built thousands of them...but there arent enough CHAIRS to go around!. Go figure!. Water was gorgeous. Yes, a few coral-spots so a careful stroll into the water was required. Water is rather shallow then gets shallower as there's a sand bar about 20 yards in. Rude fellow travellers can totally ruin a great beach day -- would love to have done some unsolicited training for them on basic beach etiquette --- like not shouting over your neighbours heads to your ask your kids or family members/friends something when they are 200 ft away ("IS THIS OUR PALAPA? "JOHNNY, WANT A DRINK?? ."WAIT FOR ME...." You get the picture). Get off your lounger and walk over to talk to them! Then there are "those people" (often the same people as above) that simply feel they "own the beach". Playing ball or frisbee inches from your head when they could take 20 steps and not disturb anyone. And those same people that monopolize the beach servers, ordering 20 drinks at a time as if the beach bar servers were their private butlers. I actually got up extra early the entire week to save my palapa at least 30 palapas away from an annoying group of 20, the likes of which I'd NEVER EVER seen before. Social: Our teens had fun and being co-located with the disco was convenient. Teens from other resorts freely visited the MJDR in the evenings..made for a fun party atmosphere but appreciate that may have been annoying for some. Lobby time between 6 and 9p was always fun. We always found a place to sit but it does get full. Great music, some dancing and generally a fun place to hang out for all ages. Pool contests, dance competitions etc etc could be better advertised, and as they didn't always run as advertised, I suggest a DAILY activity board be placed centrally, including any last minute changes (note there is a board on the wall near the lobby, but its not updated for programming changes so not very helpful). And, as this is a big resort, trying to find the activities before they started wasnt always easy. Food and beverage: A la cartes were delicious. Least favourite was the Rancillo (Cuban), Best Ambiance: International Bistro , Most Flavourful meal: Tex Mex. Supply of soda water was unreliable all week -- some days yes, some days no. Some bars yet...some bars no. No issues with supply of Tonic Water, so G&T it was! We enjoyed breakfast at the 24-h snack bar each day, instead of trying to navigate the chaos at the buffet. Was very tranquil at the snack bar, though I joked that it was the 24-h restaurant because, at times, it took 24h to actually get our order (ok, maybe not 24 h but a loonnnng wait). Fried chicken and french fries are to be tried, but ask them to make them fresh. Sometimes was served old, cold, re-fried and dry. Beach bars were great and the new one eastward down the beach made the best drinks and serves up made-to-order wood fired personal pizzas, chicken and hot dogs/hamburgs and rice starting at noon daily. Get there a bit early as that pizza line gets long, fast. My personal favorite was the cheese, onion and pepperoni. Ask them to cook it a bit extra and also to pre-cut if for you. Its all "take-away" so you can bring it to your palapa. The bar at this beach restaurant also makes the best pina coladas. Ask for yours with dark rum! Yum!! Given the resort was at or near capacity, it was not unexpected to see line ups (at buffet, beach bar etc). What was unexpected was to see just how filthy and rude our fellow travellers are --not "hotel-specific" though I think the size of this resort means just that many more rude people squished into one place. Fellow travellers globbing food onto their plates and dropping stuff on the floor carelessly...leaving massive messes on the buffet surfaces, on their tables, floors etc. Bordering on savages. Overall, a great week (for the price) and can't beat the gorgeous location.
We had an awesome stay at the Melia Jardines del Rey. We arrived with realistic expectations about the food and condition of the hotel. The rooms were basic, but clean, and water was restocked daily. We didn't always get fresh bath towels and never had our sheets changed, but that didn't really bother us. The beach was stunning, definitely the highlight. We never had a problem getting fresh beach towels and we were always able to find a spot on the beach, even when we arrived at 11 am (some days were easier than others). The staff on the beach was amazing. Magdiel was our favourite bartender. He took awesome care of us! The food was fine, sometimes even enjoyable! There were lines for omelettes, fish, and pasta, but nothing outrageous. We were on vacation, so we weren't in a rush. The entertainment staff were always working hard and were so friendly, especially Olexis and Alex! Thanks guys!!
"Good family holiday !"
First time in Melia Jardines del Rey. We bring our grand kids their age is 7 10 13 and 14 year old. They love it the kids club was fantastic for my 7 year old she love it a lot. The food no problem nice room fridge was replenish everyday Did have problem with shower they fix it ride way. Our room was clean everyday. The pool nice but cold the beach was amazing beautiful like a post card !The lobby big ,good service at the bar nice show at night .No problem with buffet we all way there wen they open we did have to wait. Restaurant we did the Chinese very good The love the ice cream and the afternoon wen we back to our room. We keep our beach towel all week no waiting and no stresses. Lot a people not happy about beach towel. Over all good holiday the Cuban people are very nice polite they will help you if you need help[. We were there for 9 days love Cayo Cco ! .
"One of the nicest beach"
Wow, what a nice beach. Stayed for our 2018 March break. Beautiful resort. Friendly staff. Got our room in record time. Nice spacious and clean. Food was good. There is something for everyone; if you don't like anything, maybe you should reconsider traveling....they even serve poutine...how hard do they work to keep travelers happy...We had a great time, nightly entertainment was good. We had a lot of fun in the lobby partiesðŸ˜…. Activities off site are limited. We do recommend melia jardines del ray for anybody who likes staying on the resort. Pool side entertainment was awesome. Thanks to the whole crew for a great March break! 2 thumbs up!
"March 3-8 2018"
This was our second time visiting Cayo Cocco and both times we stayed at the Melia Jardines Del Rey. First off let's just say this is our home away from home. The staff, the beaches, the rooms and service is just incredible. We loved our vacation from start to finish and we will definitely be returning. The beach is the best beach ever. White sand with aqua ocean water. Bring some snorkel gear if you like to experience some of Cubas ocean creatures. Best place to do this if off to the right side of the beach near the point. Shout out to Rey out chambermaid from bungalow 8 and the entertainment staff Abril, and Nona, we just love you guys. You both have worked extra hard to put on the best entertainment on for everyone throughout the whole week. Thank you to the hotel staff and Manager for surprising us with an Ocean upgrade and a Free dinner at the Japanese restaurant, the food was incredible. Best place to eat was the family pool snack bar where they made fresh pizzas, pouting and fried chicken. Best time to be there is 12:30pm. The food is much better this time around. The grounds itself are beautiful and the staff here worked so very hard to clean up after the hurricane, you would barely notice they even got hit. They have worked so very hard to make sure this resort was back up and running for everyone. Keep up the amazing work Melia staff, you guys are all amazing beautiful people and Mat and I cannot wait to see you all again. Much love from Canada. Muchos Gracias
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