This hotel offers up cabin-style rooms surrounded by tropical gardens. And it’s just a short stroll from a white-sand beach.
This beachfront hotel’s got a great spot in serene Runaway Bay. It’s a short walk to the town’s restaurants and bars. And at the hotel, accommodation comes in the form of little wooden cottages.
There are sea views from the main pool and the waterfront Asian à la carte. Or you can get a prime shot of the ocean from the cocktail bar. Down at the beach, there’s a range of watersports, too.
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Buffet and à la carte meals from 3 restaurants. Midnight snacks.
All alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.00-02.00.
All are included except where indicated.
This is the main pool for everybody to enjoy. With sunbeds and beach or pool towels.
The Booze Liner is an open-air bar right on the beach, so you never have to travel far for refreshments.
Enjoy live shows, music and themed nights.
These bright and cosy cottages come with a garden-view balcony or terrace for that added outdoor space. They have a double bed with an extra bed. Plus you'll also find air-con and a TV included.
These light and spacious suites come with a balcony that offers views of the mountainside. They have a double bedroom with 2 extra beds and a lounge area. Plus you'll also find air-con, a fridge and a TV included.
I enjoyed myself . I recommend this hotel to anyone. I stayed there for my birthday, and I am planing on going back next year. The rooms are Clean and the property is beautiful. The staff is friendly and helpful More
We had such a great time, we're planning to go back. Very nice accommodation, well maintained, excellent service and delicious food. Plenty of entertainment. Beautiful beach area. Locals bring their crafted items for your viewing pleasure.More
The experience was pretty much average; Here are some of what I experienced in points. 1. The room was nothing like they advertised, 2. No room service offered, 3. Where the rooms are located is not acceptable for me and if it rains no shelter to walk under to the dinning area. 4. The workers who clean the rooms are very noisy (lots of loud chatter outdoors while guest are relaxing) 5. The service that I received as a Jamaican guess is inferior to that of any other guess (nationality) 6. The beverage served at the bars are too sweet plus limited offers at the bar. (21 different mix in combination)More
We stayed at royal de cameron from 5th june til 19th june. We were attending my sisters wedding. From arrival to departure you will never find a more tranquil piece of paradise. The staff are simply amazing. Far to many to mention but special words go to Rudy on the entertainment staff, and the singing barmaid alesha. Please get the gardeners a drink when you can.The rooms are simply wonderful and not having to walk down a single corridor to get to your rooms is something special. Their roomy and spacious with very good air conditioning. Food is debatable and the variation could be better but on the whole you won't starve! (Epecially if you like jerk!) Breakfast is good but you have to get inventive!. The beaches are simply breathtaking and snorkeling is a must. We spent most of our evenings on the jetti bar as the entertainment wasn't really our thing although it is good. All in all a most amazing stay and we will most certainly be returning soon. More
Martin H, 186334
Such a lovely complex. pretty grounds friendly staff. Smaller and a little more personal than many places which was just what we were looking for. However there are a few things (some of them easy fixes) that would make for a more enjoyable holiday. Pro's - Small with a lovely feel to the resort - Cute little buildings with such pretty gardens around them with plenty of hammocks - Quite pool fabulous - Plenty of staff on hand - Always more than enough sunbeds at pools and the beach - Kept very clean especially the beach. - Lots of activities on offer and lots of places to go to get away from activities... so something for everyone - Always served really quickly at all of the bars and a reasonable selection of drinks (although not always at the Quite pool bar) - Special shout outs to a few extraordinary staff. Errol in the restaurant, Devon the lifeguard, Phillip the waiter and the lovely lady who cleaned our room so well Cons - THE FOOD. By far the biggest let down was the food. Such a shame. Poor choice, very repetitive, not kept hot enough, not cooked well and not very tasty. The Al la Carte's didn't really do much better. Only ate in each of those once. Breakfast was fine though in fairness. My husband and I dont eat meat so our choice was further restricted. - Pool times. Would be good to extend these. 9-5 isn't really long enough and it is rigorously upheld. Lifeguard whistle at 16:59 and everyone out! - We were in room 60 ... it seriously needs a replacement bathroom, proper furniture (with drawers that open and close for example). I would say 2 star accommodation inside the hut. Needs better lighting and some sensible mirrors. Would be so lovely if these things were resolved - Would be nice to get a hot cup of tea or coffee at any time and maybe a biscuit. Especially late afternoon. Tea and coffee usually available but these were rarely hot - Jasmine delta grill lunchtime opening time were very erratic... often left waiting outside in the blistering heat... That said a nice holiday but sadly would not recommend the hotel without a number of changes being madeMore
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