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I am on day 5 of a great holiday. The hotel is absolutely fine and the staff are very kind and attentive. The food is fine and the choice is vast. It's our fist time in a RIU resort and we usually go to Mexico,...More
This hotel was an oasis after our forgettable seven days experience at the Riu Guanacaste the previous week. Perhaps the room was not as good at the suite at Guanacaste but we pay less and all the rest of the attentions we received over compensate...More
I just recently returned from this hotel. It is so beautiful. The service and friendliness of the staff is wonderful. it appears that everyone speaks and understand english and if you want to speak spanish they are willing to let you practice on them. The...More
My first time visiting the RIU Palace. The front reception staff were very nice and helpful. I tried all the al a carte restaurants. The meals are presented well & tasted good.
The resort has a more modern look to its decor than most of...More
We have just returned from two weeks of total bliss staying at the Riu Palace. On arrival we were greeted in a very warm welcoming manner by the reception staff. And even though check-in shouldn't have been until 3pm, we were given access to our...More
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I recommend changing your USD at airport. It's a legitimate currency exchange and if you change more than 800 USD and don't spend it all, save your receipt, and when you return to airport, you can change colonnes back to USD... More
I recommend changing your USD at airport. It's a legitimate currency exchange and if you change more than 800 USD and don't spend it all, save your receipt, and when you return to airport, you can change colonnes back to USD free of charge. Also, please check your colonnes. I changed $ to get small denominations of colonnes after changing at airport. They gave me a ripped bill and the tourist shop would not accept it. Make sure none of your bills are ripped before leaving the exchange counter, or else you will be stuck with a colonnes as a souvenir.