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Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Location

With a stay at Royal Decameron Mompiche – All Inclusive in Mompiche, you’ll be near the beach and within the region of Cojimies Park.

Rooms

Make yourself at home in one of the 282 air-conditioned guestrooms. Rooms have private balconies. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Dip into one of the 2 outdoor swimming pools or enjoy other recreational amenities including a nightclub and a health club. This resort also features wireless Internet access (surcharge), concierge services, and an arcade/game room.

Food & Drink

This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.

Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 7 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Mompiche? This resort has facilities measuring 1615 square feet (150 square meters), including a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

Royal Decameron Mompiche – All Inclusive
Mompiche Vía Portete
Mompiche, Ecuador

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 756 Reviews
Not very thrilled of travelling on low season
Reviewed 1 week ago

Low season on decameron is not really what you expect and I feel i didn't get my money worth vacations. However you must know that for me an All-Inclusive hotel is all about the food, and from my last visit I feel that the food quality has decreased.
Also I hate waking up on 7 am on my holiday to get an space for dinner, any one can automate that or give it in a random order at check-in. One day we overslept 10 minutes and we walked the whole resort to just find out that we were not able to reserve our dinner.
If it is my choice I would never be back.

Best of luck 🤞
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was just enjoying some games from the company trip at the other side of the complex when my shoulder pop off. I mean I have problems with my shoulder the life guard Justo took control of it I wish I can remember his name but he arrange everything with his phone or so he called a boat so they can get me trough the other side as fast as possible once there I had a car that took me aid in a minute once there Melissa from Venezuela knew what was happening and had everything ready in order to help my especific problem. Just fantastic thank you

Excellent infrastructure and attention
Reviewed 1 month ago

No doubt Decameron Mompiche is an impressive resort with a well built infrastructure. Although it is several years old it seems to be well maintained.
Hotel stuff is gentil when one approach them, not so proactive to get in touch to the guests to provide assistance though.
We arrived at 4:30pm after a 7.5 hours traveling by car from Quito (several stops on the way), a bit tired we were expecting to have our rooms soon. Surprisingly the check-in area is not located at the front desk at the lobby, but rather I had to go down one level to meet many people waiting to be checked-in in a big room. It took us about 40 minutes to get the room keys. Something that can be improved, for sure.
Food was good, not many options but with good taste in general.
We stayed 2 nights and 3 days, weather was cloudy and beach was choppy. Not good conditions for expending long on the beach with children.

Be aware about the fact of long distance from some rooms location to the main restaurant. Several staircases to go up and down! However, no way to have elevators due to the architecture and topography. They need to think on a better way to transport people from those far located rooms in an effective way.

Entertainment wise was good enough, the people in charge of each activity was well prepared and animated the guests very well.

Areas to improve: Hotel stuff must be more proactive to assist guests, don’t waiting to be asked for help if they see it is required.

In general a nice place to spend a couple of days.

Super place to eat in the Valle de los Chillos
Reviewed 5 months ago

Deck setting with garden surroundings (indoor as well in case of inclement weather), warm personal attention of staff and management, varied and appealing German-style menu, excellent quality and flavors of dishes and imaginative smoothies and, affordable prices

Not What We Expected
Reviewed 6 months ago

The wife had looked forward to coming here for years. Thank God we only stayed 3 days and 2 nights...

Lets start with the pros... Because there are not that many. First, the rooms had nice views, were open and comfortable. Only disappointment here was the showers (low water pressure). The compound was very secure, with armed guards. Unlimited food and drink (more on that later). Private, secluded beaches and bars. Spa area was also a plus, being that it was segregated from the rest of the camp, giving you a private, hospitable feeling (but also at an additional expense).

Food was awful. Plain and simple. I think they may have heard us complain the first day, because dinner the next night was marginally better. Severely disappointed by the three, reservation required resturaunts on camp. Reservations must be made by 0800 that day. When we asked about any of the 3 at 0805, we were told they were all booked full. Maybe our fault for missing the deadline, maybe a little ridiculous? Who knows?

The days we were there were cloudy and rainy. Not typical for the area. For that reason we were told, not advised, that we should not enter the ocean the first morning we went out. Apparently there are a lot of rules that are in place and strictly enforced for the"safety" of the guests... I found that to be very rude and forceful to be honest. But I digress. For the first half of the morning, we spent our time hopping from pool to pool looking for warm water to play in to no avail. When I did find a pool that was acceptable (supposedly the warmest pool on the camp) I jump in only to find that it's closed and get told to jump out and wait 1 hour until it becomes open to the public. Finally, I find a nice, barely warm hot tub for me and my 2 year old to soak in, only to be told that kids cannot be in the cold "hot tubs." My wife got angry and asked them why not if we are being told we cannot swim in the ocean and all the "heated" pools are freezing? All we got was some bull***t answer from management that the heating system worked with the sun (and it was cloudy that day) or that they drain all the pools at night and fill them again in the morning (sounded like a lie to me).

In fact, everything seemed a little far fetched to me. We asked for cold milk for our toddler on many occasions, only to be given hot milk (so we added ice cubes), only to find that one nice gentleman at the bar was able to find cold milk in a fridge (who could have guessed...). They also kept running out of certain foods. Ceviche was down to 10 servings left when my wife found it and the stand that was serving it closed by 12.

Finally the beach was accessible by 11ish. But you had to take a boat to cross the 50 foot waterway separating the main beach area from the resort (I honestly thought that this was a joke until I got yelled at for attempting to cross by foot). I also got a whistle blown at me and they stopped the boat because I was putting my hand in the water while we were crossing the little water way. Maybe I deserved it, but I think it was a little ridiculous. Beach itself was nice. Only one minor complaint. No margaritas on the drink menu. Wife was not happy.

The spa experience itself was mixed as well. It was not included in the price, but we charged it to the room. I paid $12 for the sauna and jacuzzi experience and my wife had the massage for $28. While my wife enjoyed her back and body massage over looking the nice ocean view, I set foot into my nice, lukewarm jacuzzi tub... Was not what I expected. But the sauna experience was nice. It had an herbal infused water that was sprinkled on the hot rocks every 15 or so minutes and was enclosed in a nice mud hut to keep us warm.

Overall a disappointment. The food was marginal at best, which was saddening because it was all you can eat and drink included in the price, but still left us not wanting to eat anything because it was so bland. The reservation was cheap at $350 for the 3 of us for 2 nights. Maybe that is why it was mediocre at best. The staff seemed less than amused to be working there as well, which should be sign that something is wrong. Either way, we will probably never visit again. I heard that this resort used to be one of the best. Now I am not so sure that that is the case...