Royal Decameron Complex
Characterised by its colonial architecture and painted in locally inspired colours, the Royal Decameron Complex is a mega resort comprised of three hotel units offering a staggering 620 guest rooms complete with private balconies and either ocean or garden views. The complex has a stunning array of dining options such as the three strategically placed grass roof palapas (restaurants) offering a variety of international staples. Another five a la carte restaurants specialise in Mexican fusion, Japanese, Thai, Italian and Brazilian cuisines. The complex has five swimming pools and a long sandy beach where water sports are available. A number of beachside and poolside bars will ensure you never get thirsty, and the nightclub is sure to free the party animal in you. The complex also has a spa and beauty salon, nursery, gym, tennis court, soccer pitch, volleyball and basketball courts.
Overview of Mexico
The Pacific coast of Mexico is favoured by the sun gods, a place where the ocean meets the sky and shimmers in between. Traditional Mexican towns like Bucerias in Riviera Nyarit delight travellers from every corner of the earth with picturesque churches and quaint cafés in which to while away lazy summer afternoons sipping tequila. With its generous mountain vistas and views of the beautiful Bay of Banderas, the beach in Bucerias is the perfect spot for some serious sun worshipping. Holidays to Mexico sizzle, and if you are looking for a vibrant and exciting resort with a wealth of activities and attractions, look no further than the Royal Decameron Complex.
Things to do in Mexico
Bucerias is certain to pique your curiosity with a lovely assortment of shops, art galleries and restaurants ready to tempt you to stop and browse. Nature buffs will love zip lining and hiking in the Sierra Madre mountains. Other activities here include fishing, whale watching, parasailing, snorkelling, diving and sailing. Venture into nearby Puerto Vallarta and be entertained by street performers as you stroll along the El Malecon boardwalk. Sample gastronomic delights at the local restaurants, visit the marina and then head back to the Royal Decameron Complex to enjoy a cocktail by the pool. The Pacific coast of Mexico is a friendly and welcoming holiday destination. Locals say ‘hola’ when they pass you in the street and are more than eager to share tequila with you in a traditional cantina. Can you already taste the mouth-watering tacos and salt-rimmed margaritas or feel the warm Mexican sun? Enough said.