Royal Decameron Club Caribbean

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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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet and à la carte meals from 3 restaurants. Midnight snacks.

Drink

All alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.00-02.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

This is the main pool for everybody to enjoy. With sunbeds and beach or pool towels.

Beach bar

The Booze Liner is an open-air bar right on the beach, so you never have to travel far for refreshments.

Evening entertainment programme

Enjoy live shows, music and themed nights.

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cottage with garden view and balcony or terrace

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.

suite with mountain view

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.

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Fab hotel

We stayed here 7th to 21st may as a party of 12 altogether absolutley love the cottages cudnt fault this hotel and will definitely be back every1 was so friendly felt really relaxed we absolutley loved the entertainment team mario shawn freestyle candy crush and barbie and also mr reid we joined in most of the games and won lol food was fab as well also the life guards and beach attendants dont get appreciated as much as shud the 2 marlons jumped in pool and resuced 8 people while we were there sum which were kids if yous get a chance dont be scared to venture outside we partied with the life guards and the locals in the one stop bar ran by an american just across from the supermarket loved it will defo be back to this hotel but would be in 2 yrs timeMore

angiem67, 227059

Stunning! Can't wait to go back

I've been to Club Caribbean twice now and haven't been let down. There are a few 'niggley' things but overall a fabulous holiday! For my first time to Jamaica in May 2014, it was perfect. The hotel is stunning and rustic. The beach is gorgeous and the overall atmosphere of the complex is very relaxed and chilled out. The accommodation is good. The cottages tie in well with the theme, however could do with a little update with decor? My second time to Club Carribean was in November 2015. We stayed in a '2-tier' cottage and had a room above us. Unfortunately there was no sound control between the rooms and we heard every movement from the guests upstairs. Apart from that, we were impressed with the room. Sometimes the noise around the hotel can be slightly too much. Often you can hear loud parties that go on into the early hours of the morning, but this can't really be helped by the hotel. Our room was always cleaned thoroughly each day and I take my hat off to the domestic staff - they were fabulous! Entertainment is always good but can sometimes be repeated. Food and drinks are gorgeous! I have to recommend the Rum Cream and Dirty Banana - they are to die for! The scenery is really gorgeous and I miss this place terribly. Now I have found it, I wouldn't want to stay anywhere else. We truly miss this place a lot and once we can come back, we 100% will. Staff are always friendly and keen to help you. Aside from the couple of tiny areas that cropped up, we had a fabulous time. Please don't try and let negative reviews hold you back from visiting this place. It is amazing value for money and is extremely addictive!More

charGx, 186291

Real Jamaica holiday!

One of the best hotels on the island, so it isn't 5* luxury like a previous hotel I've stayed in before in Jamaica, but if you want an good island Jamaica experience this is the place to stay! When we arrived it was late afternoon, early evening so we missed most of the first day travelling but that's what happens when your on a 8-10hr flight from the uk. So it didn't bother us much, all we really wanted to do was get to the hotel, get clean, eat and go to bed. We got there and checked in fairly smoothly and quickly, we even got offered a drink on arrival which I'm not sure what it actually was though. We then got given keys and taken to our room which was a cottage with our luggage and shown how everything worked. Prior to coming we had asked for a quiet cottage in the garden area, Which is exactly what we got with a prime location to pretty much everywhere in the hotel complex. Our cottage came with a bathroom with a rather large double downstairs and two smaller doubles upstairs, I say that because their bed sizes are different to our in England, because my bed in the upstairs part was bigger than any size single but smaller than a normal uk double. Downstairs it also came with a sofa than also could be used as a sofa bed if needed with tv to the side and a vanity area to place things and a large wall mirror. As well as air con and both bedrooms had space to put clothes but it would have been nice to have a little more space for hanging up clothes and places to put folded clothes as three of us ended up sharing the vanity/desk area downstairs for some clothes as there was no draws upstairs or downstairs to put away things like bikinis and underwear that you don't want the maids to see. I do realise that there is more than just our type of cottage in the complex but we didn't go in them so I can only tell you of what mine was like. The only thing we wished we could have in the cottage was tea and coffee making facilities because if we wanted any of that we would have to get up and go to the bar area by the main reception and get a tea, water, juice or coffee which is fine don't get me wrong but when you fancy a drink first thing and your still in your pj's its not a very good looks wandering out and down to the bar area. Our cottage also came with a little outdoor area like patio where you could sit on chairs and relax plus the garden area where our cottages where, there were hammocks per cottage nearly, however ours was at the front not the back and a majority of times we didn't use it because you couldn't relax when people walked passed on the walk way. Our cottage was also behind one row of cottage that were on the beach so we had easy access always to the beach. The hotel complex it's however had lots to see and do, there was a main swimming pool which I believe was quite cold, I wouldn't know as I never went in it, with lots of daily entertainment going on by the sides and in the pool. Ranging from aqua aerobics to bingo. Again we never took part in these activities, which we should have but never did because we were on the beach a lot or out exploring on trips. By the main pool there is also a large bar that can make a wide range of drinks and cocktails however haven't quite worked out a decent amount of rum to put in a rum and coke as we seemed to get double or even triple shots in ours because it was never measured but hey your on holiday it doesn't matter. There is also toilets and the buffet restaurant by the main pool where you can get breakfast, lunch and tea. Then there is the quiet pool that is by the hotel rooms away from any noise of the main pool or from the beach. We spend a small amount of time here which was nice once in a while, it's also had its own little bar with plenty of free sun loungers. There is a few beaches but it's just one long beach seperated by a bar or a rocky area. All the beaches were nice, after a few days you got used to where was really cold in a morning and where was warm enough to go. There is also lots of water sports to do by the far left of the beach nearest to the main pool area but were needed to be booked by the hut by the main pool for that day. By the beaches there is the swing bar, which is a bar with swing seats, not to be confused with anything else. All the bars opened from 10am/10.30am so you could get a drink alcoholic and non alcoholic all the time. At the far right of the complex and of the beaches is the snack bar in the day and the Thai restaurant of an evening, during the day they have burgers, patties, fries and much more which is a nice change from buffet food and is open from 12-5. At night you have to book because it's an a la carte restaurant which served Thai food which is really nice, I don't remember what we ate though on the night we did go there. The hotel also has another a la carte restaurant but we never went there to eat so I can't say anything on that. The buffet was good and had different country dishes every night or other night, being there for two weeks it got a bit repeative and boring to eat as nothing stood out to me other than rice, beans and jerk chicken however we did get pasta every once in a while and once in the whole two weeks did we actually get mashed potatoes, veg and roast lamb and roast beef. It was glorious because I felt like I'd been eating like those on I'm a celeb for two weeks so all three of us praised the lords even though we aren't religious for giving us beef, lamb and mash for a change. Although when it came to desserts at both lunch and tea time, I was more than happy taking a plate full to eat and the biscuits they made were lovely. Of an evening after eating they had evening entertainment which we occasionally watched, some really good and other just plain bizarre. I would stay for a bit but then go back to the room and go to bed as I was tired. By the end of the holiday everyone knew the entertainment staff and the entertainment staff would always make sure that everyone was included and they knew who they were, so even as we got on the coach for the airport, they came to say bye which was a lovely touch. Nothing to really complain about or write a negative comment about, we did pay for a safe and for wifi, which the wifi was a bit hit and miss but your on an island I don't think it really matters too much. I spent three days without it because it went down but then I asked front desk and they helped out with giving us another source of wifi until it came back up but it wasn't a major issue. We checked out with ease and stored our cases away until it came time for them to go, we even got lunch before we went. It was sad to leave after two weeks, I can't imagine what it must be like after a month of being there, which we meet some people that had been there for that long. We stayed there 04/01/2016-20/01/2016 as a family of three.More

Rachel C,

Relaxing your body and soothing your crave.

This vacation was my second time here and surely will not be the last...such an romantic but yet exclusive environment. The staff is truly on par... from the moment you enter the premises until you decide to leave. Food is off the chain..yum yum...entertainment nightly surely put the spice on it all for a full days activity...very creative. Keep up the good works.More

MikeySpice16, 28941

beach huts

we stayed in the beach hut/bungalows these were quite basic but waking up that close to the sea in the early morning oh what a feeling. the service here wasn't the quickest of paces but was definitely good the staff always made time time chat and showed a genuine interest in their guests. This resort was Irie monMore

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