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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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De Classic kamers hebben een bevoorrechte locatie op de 2e en 3e verdieping en bieden een mooi uitzicht op het zwembad. Ze zijn modern en comfortabel, en zijn ingericht in warme Caraïbische tinten.
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
- 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 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.
"Another enjoyable stay"
I was here last year in May and it was definitely busier this time. I probably wouldn't want to be there when the resort is at full capacity, but it wasn't that bad. The new beach is awesome!! It is definitely the best part, and why I would go back again. I found the staff again to very friendly and much the same as last year. We enjoyed the a la cartes, we went to Don Pepperone, Fuego and Bana. Fuego was our favourite. The buffet is for the most part, typical Cuban resort food. Sometimes the food is not hot, but that seems to happen in all the resorts I've been to. One night, they had a chocolate fountain which I had not experienced in a buffet before. We never had a problem finding something to eat anyway. Make sure you get some churros from the little cart outside the sports bar and the guava ice cream from the ice cream stand is really good! The only negative things I could mention would be that sometimes we had a lack of hot water and bath towels. As in most resorts in Cuba, there are no face cloths so you might want to bring your own. Also, the mosquitos seemed to love me, even though I used bug spray. I would definitely say, bring some anti-itch cream with you. If I can get a good deal again next year, I will definitely be back!
Don't believe all you read. This place is fantastic. We had lots of concerns having read previous reviews but glad we took no notice. The beaches are the best you will see. N We had a lovely room in block 11 with a sea view and the rooms were kept amazingly clean. Fresh towels every day. Beach towels are available daily from 4 o'clock ish. Just don't expect to get them early am, but at least you can get them. Staff are amazing, all of them. The most attentive and happy people ever. They were focused on our every need The food halls were well staffed we didn't need to wait long to be served at any time. There is plenty of choice and the French restaurant was lovely we went twice. The beach bar guys are also amazing and work so hard all day. Abdiel one of the reception bell boys was absolutely fab. He helped us on many occasions and ensured that when we left the hotel we were well cared for and knew exactly where we were going. He was one of the loveliest people we met. We would definitely return
"Not worth the money, choose another resort."
I stayed at this resort Apr. 17th-24th with my boyfriend, Mom & little brother. We booked early and paid top dollar based on a travel agent recommendation. We stayed at Melia Las Dunas in Cayo Santa Maria last year and had a great experience but unfortunately we can not say the same for Melia Jardines Del Rey. PROS: I'll start out with the positive and the ONLY reasons I am giving this resort 3 stars. I messaged the resort on Facebook to make our room requests and thankfully we got exactly what I requested. Check in was smooth and efficient. Yanet at the front desk is a total sweetheart. There were a handful of staff who were top notch and deserve thanks. Yanyaura(I think that's the spelling) who was a server in the lobby. Buffet servers Israel, Ishmael, Yeni and Cristy were all great as well as Yamilet in the pool snack bar. The beach is stunning. Most of the entertainment was pretty good. The dancers were great! CONS: Right when we arrived, they said our room was ready. We get to our room and there were guests still there who were just leaving, so our room was not cleaned an ready, nor did our card for the door work. After running back and forth and dealing with that, our safe in the room malfunctioned WITH our money in it and we ha to call the front desk to have maintenance fix that. Although the room was nice and on the 3rd floor the mosquitos and little ants were plentiful. We were constantly killing bugs. It rained most of our trip (not the resort fault of course) and we had umbrellas in our rooms. My Mom's was totally destroyed and when we went to customer service to request a new one, they said they would bring us one the next day, even though it was raining THAT day, so she got pretty soaked. Both buffets were not always open when they really should have been. One day we got turned away from the 2nd buffet 2 minutes before it opened. We then were in line for omelettes in the 1st buffet and the chef literally left to work in the 2nd, leaving 6 of us standing in line wondering what was going on. Finally someone told us we had to go stand in the other line as he had gone to work at the buffet we were told 2 minutes before that was closed. Food was often cold, would run out and was often unidentifiable or incorrectly labeled. The pools were filthy. Algae, often garbage and debris floating in them from the day before. My little brother would go around an collect all of the plastic cups floating around. The pool bar also closed at 5 which I personally think should be extended by at least a couple of hours. There was supposed to be a "quiet pool" and an "activity pool" but the quiet pool was often full of loud kids, so we didn't get much "quiet". Good for families but not so much for those who just want to relax. There was a REALLY bad septic smell throughout the resort. One day after heavy rain, the drains backed up, and it was all over the walk ways. We walked by a used condom floating on the side walk. Over all the resort has a cold, bland feel to it. This was my 3rd trip to Cuba. I loved the other 2 resorts I have stayed at but this one really missed the mark. We are not rich people who expect a lot, we know what to expect from Cuba, but I will say that we were all very disappointed and would not return to this resort.
"Wedding with 60 family and friends "
My husband and I went to Melia Jardines Del Rey from April 7-14 for our wedding with 60 people. I would like to start by saying Yeny our wedding coordinator was amazing and everything we wanted was perfect! This day was a 5 star for us as well as our guests. The beach as well gets a 5 star it was stunning, water was perfect. We had loungers everyday and there was always upwards of 15 of us on the beach. The beach bartenders were amazing as well as Waldo who brought us our drinks at the beach. They are all so great!!!!!! My husband and I's suite was great however I can't say that the rest of our group had no issues. One whole bungalow had no phone service, another rooms toilet stopped working (it did get fixed same day) , another room had no shower curtain and broker balcony door. 2 family member had to get new rooms night of arrival as one appeared to have not been cleaned and another had a ton of Mosquitos in it. My sister, mother and her husband and father and his wife all paid for ocean view but did not get it...they did not end up switching rooms and we seat with air transat and flight centre and they got their money back for the difference. We typically hung out in the lobby and took up a big space and just drank and laughed. The bartenders always served...it does get buys but the do there best to get to you. Food...breakfast omelettes at the beach Buffett or the snack bar were good. Al a carts were not great and the buffet was very busy! But we managed...we were on vacation!! A few of us went off resort to a restaurant to Lenny's for dinner. Fresh lobster and fish it was delicious!! Overall, I give this a 4 star as our wedding was amazing and we went for a good time at the beach with our family and friends and we had that. All the other things with rooms, maintenance and some customer service (apart from Yeny and the beach bartenders and yanet at the front) could have been better we had a great trip with our friends and family!!!
"If you like to be a tribute on hunger games, this is your resort! No food, no water, no electricity!"
It is with utmost disappointment that I write this review. I've been with Transat holidays multiple times, and we got NO compensation for the most horrible possible vacation (can't really call it that, it's more like wild camp). We spent almost $3k to spend 7 days in the least pleasant way possible, here's how we spent our limited vacation days of 2017: Day 1: 2-hour Delay & resort-wide power outage Upon arrival to Cayo Coco on Saturday evening - a delay of more than 2 hours (we were scheduled to arrive at 8:10pm and we got to the resort at 11pm), we were greeted with a resort-wide power outage. We took our exhausted 3 year old to our room on the 3rd floor in pitch black darkness. Needless to say, we were exhausted, hungry and frustrated. "Tomorrow will be better" we thought, how wrong we were! Day 2: No food & no water (including plumbing) On the second day, we were at the buffet where there is no food nor plates, we saw empty trays with left over sauce. When there IS new food, people flock to it like savages, and it is literally the Hunger Games - every man, woman or child out to kill. A tray of yogurt came out, and within 10 seconds, it was gone, people were taking 5-6 for fear that nothing else will come out! It's definitely not how we think of a 4-star vacation. After the horrific buffet situation, we decided to book the A La Carte dinners, which was a horrible mistake. We stood in line for 4 hours because there is no better system than for guests to stand outside the office for hours in order to book a "chance" for dinner with actual food. We thought breakfast buffet was an anomaly, but boy were we wrong! Lunch and dinner was the same - just different tributes left to fight you for food, but the arena is the same and the situation just as dire. Speaking with other travellers, we heard that though "capacity" was 1,200 guests, they've never had that many at one time. It was always 500-600 guests at the resort. So when management thought it was OK to have 1,200 guests at the same time, they did not plan for the electricity, plumbing, food, resources, staff, etc. to be insufficient. Management acknowledged as much, I had to ask a manager at the buffet to go into the kitchen to get me food. She was kind and apologized saying it was management's mistake. When we went back to the room, we found that there was no longer water - in both the shower and toilet, meaning that the bathroom stink of human waste. We called front desk thinking it's an isolated incident, and they said they're fixing it. We went to bed hopeful... "Tomorrow will be better" we thought, how wrong we were again! Day 3: No food & no water (including plumbing) continued Exactly as day 2 with no improvements. All we did differently was to talk to customer service and filled out a complaint letter that probably went nowhere, there were 30+ angry, stinky people who also paid thousands of dollars thinking they're on vacation but were actually extras in a wannabe movie called "Hunger Games: resort edition". We no longer had hope that tomorrow will be better. Day 4: No food & no water (including plumbing) continued - finally angry enough After spending the past 3 days of no water and no food (to be honest, by day 4, we're very strategic about how to get food, so we're eating more, and let the other newbie tributes starve just like we starved in the beginning). After not showering for the past few days with our room smelling like sewage, I've had enough. I was in line with our Transat Rep to discuss options. She proposed I move resorts - to a lower grade resort that has running water (what an upgrade!). I didn't pay 3 grand to go wild camping, so I politely told her it's an unacceptable solution. After she discussed it with Melia, they agreed to transfer us to Pullman. "It's a better resort but you'll have to find your own way there." I had to pay $40CAD to take a taxi to the new resort, they wouldn't even pay THAT! I was forced to sign some documents because they wouldn't let me leave otherwise. My choice was clear: Cranky, smelly toddler & family (our room still smelled like sewage) with occasional food for another 2.5 days, or sign a piece of document that has no legal standing (as I was coerced). Pullman was night & day compared to Melia and we had a great 2.5 days on our 7 day vacation. We had food, we didn't have to trample or be trampled over to get it, there were plenty left over, there was running water, and fun was had. Day 7: Pullman was great, Air Transat was not We had a great start at Pullman, but Air Transat was again delayed for 3 hours. At last count, there were 4 kids screaming because of a meltdown. Imagine being stuck at the airport with 4 screaming kids while you just want to get home? We didn't end up in Toronto until 3am, and there was no explanation nor apology. The matter-of-fact-ness of the situation infuriates us, given this is the "vacation" from hell.
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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