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Hotel Royal Decameron Marazul
Hotel Royal Decameron Marazul San Andres Colombia
Hotel Royal Decameron Marazul 

  Hotel Royal Decameron Marazul

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Located in the Orange Hill area of the San Andres Island, only 15 minutes away from the Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport (ADZ), the Royal Decameron Marazul is a first class all inclusive beach front hotel with a beautiful tropical style. Nestled between the sea and the mangrove forest, the amazing setting of this 4-star hotel starts on its stunning private beach of white sand and keeps going all the way through its spectacular and exuberant tropical gardens that will take your breath away.

Far away from the noises of the city, the Royal Decameron Marazul is the perfect retreat to enjoy a peaceful vacation in the company of your most loved. The Royal Decameron Marazul offers 128 guest rooms fully equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, private balcony or terrace, safe deposit box and mini-bar. This all inclusive hotel boasts 3 restaurants (La Terraza, El Rodeo and Caravelle), 2 bars (Coco Blue Bar and Show Bar) and the Confetti disco.

The all inclusive package includes breakfast and lunch buffets, a la carte dinners, daily and nightly snacks, unlimited domestic and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, daily transportation to Aquarium Key and Haynes Key, non-motorized sports (windsurf, kayaks, sailboats), introductory scuba diving clinic, and beach volleyball. The Royal Decameron Marazul offers WiFi access in the lobby, auditorium and pool area for an additional charge. Guests of this all inclusive hotel in San Andres also enjoy access to any of the other Decameron hotels on the island.

• Currency exchange in hotels in Colombia is forbidden by law.
• Other unspecified fees may be determined by the hotel directly at check-in or check-out.
• A mandatory entrance fee is charged to all tourists visiting the island of San Andres. This charge it’s known as the OCCRE card, it cost is variable and the card should be supplied by your airline.