A nice place for Haiti, but starting to show age.
Haiti has had a lot of issues of late. And tourism is suffering. I am very glad that Decameron has hung on. I can tell that they are working to keep their service up, even has it is very apparent they have had to make adjustments. We always like going there.
The good: The service staff is wonderful. The beach is gorgeous. Because there are few bookings, there are no lines, no waiting, etc. And the price is right.
The not so good: The restaurants were closed, as were the snack bars. They have turned the buffet service area into the snack bar for now, which works. There are less food choices at the buffet. But the food is wonderful. They have gotten creative and served dinner out doors one night and in the theater area the other. we didn't have a problem with any of this and were happy. But be aware.
My beefs: With all those available rooms, I ended up on the third floor, in a room with a door that is peeling, the dead bolt broken and white spots that show the tv screen (tv is aging I guess?) Couldnt' they make sure that the 100 guests they DO have get a great room?
The front staff is just rude. I don't know why. The bell hops, wait staff etc...wonderful.
The maid service need to understand towel expectations...First day we received two bath towels. I ran after one for a bath mat. The next night? Two bath towels, Two hand towels. What about a complete set? When we entered the room, the floor was sopping wet and the bell hop chased her down to clean it up.