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Isla Palma is just a natural paradise with white powder sandy beaches surrounderd by clear water. That only makes worth the trip, especially if you stay with your significant other for a 2 days adults escape and don't care much about level of the service....More
Thank Valentina S
Response from gerenciaislapalma, Gerente at Decameron Isla PalmaResponded 18 January 2018
Thanks for your comments, we are going to have their present in order to be better. We are going to wait for you again in this that is your house.
We spent four days un total relaxation away from city stress and sourrounded by pleasant beaches
Náutic sports like kajak, snorkeling and diving are available and is a great experience because the beeaches are very nice and calm.
The hotel is confortable and service is...More
1 Thank MCG16102013
Response from gerenciaislapalma, Gerente at Decameron Isla PalmaResponded 25 July 2017
Thanks for your comments. We hope to have you back soon at our Hotel.
I've done many things from camping in the wild in eastern Europe, hostels without electricity or water to luxury 5 star hotels and resorts. Some experienced were great others not so. Though nothing compares to this resort from hell. I will try to sum up...More
3 Thank Camilo v
Management response:Responded 20 June 2017
I really zorry that you are not be happy in our Hotel. But your opinion is very far fom the reality of our Hotel.
We had a wonderful time at Isla Palma. A lot of the reviews made us think this would be a rundown, messy hotel, but it was really pleasant! Also the bus ride is actually kind of nice, y'all just whiny. Turn on your iPod and...More
Best to go if you can speak Spanish. We were the only English speaking people there. Had fun practicing our Spanish. Beach is nice but not much in the way of fish. Took an island tour which included snorkeling at a coral reef. They don't...More