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Topic: Royal Decameron Salinitas

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replies: 44

By:

Francisco

Posted in

El Salvador El Salvador

 

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« on: July 18 2006 21:07:00 »

Only an total idiot ,ask that kind of questions, I can't belive you worry to mucho about the toilets, you need to se a Dr.

By:

Edward -- Springfield VA.

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #1 on: July 21 2006 22:07:00 »

DeCameron is a nice, sophisticated family vacation spot.  The staff is top notch -- they all speak good english and are extremely friendly.  Lots of walking and sight-seeing to do.  The beach and swimming pools completemnt your every needs.  We're planning yet another trip within the next couple of months with my family and we're bringing some friends along this time.  Thanks for making our last visit such a pleanent stay folks at DeCameron, see you all soon!  Oh, and by the way David -- I never did notice any aspects of the toilets, curtains..or carpet for that matter.  They were all just fine.. -- that was the last thing on our minds.  Just relax.  Nothing personal.

By:

David Bergsteinmannhaus

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #2 on: July 22 2006 11:07:00 »

Thanks Nick.......about the metal drain stops in the tubs; do you know what kind of metal they are made from??
I have an allergy to certain metals and if they were made from some sort of alloy, would you happen to know the proportions and types of metals used in the fabrication.
Thanking you in advance.

And Francisco- Yo soy medico!!

By:

nick

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #3 on: July 28 2006 14:07:00 »

Does anyone know if you are allowed to be rude to the hotel employees?

By:

David Bergsteinmannhaus

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #4 on: July 28 2006 21:07:00 »

Hey Nick you sound like a cool guy!! Those booties sound great. I have sent you $400 for them as you said. I hope they work.

Just send me the largest size they do as I'll probably grow into them.

Color: Beige

Please advise me as to when I can expect them.

I'm sure you were only kidding about being rude to the staff.......I know we dont know each other, but I feel as if we've known each other forever and I dont reckon you'd be the kind of person to be rude to anybody!!

By:

David Bergsteinmannhaus

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #5 on: August 02 2006 17:08:00 »

So now I'm confused, but I'm sure your information is more up to date than Douglas Scott's......or maybe he hasnt been there and wants to try impress people with his knowledge by lying about staying at The Royal Decameron Salinitas.

I have specified in my booking that I would like a first floor unit to take advantage of the plastic chairs.

Could anyone tell me what color the plastic chairs are?

By:

Nick

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #6 on: August 02 2006 18:08:00 »

Hey David,

Regarding the key situation, we now have conflicting information.  on one hand,  Douglas Scott from trip advisor could be lying, and on the other, the front desk at the actual hotel could be.  However, maybe the employee was not lying but simply mis-informed and not as knowledgeable as he should be.  There might have been some miscommunication, as I had a translator call the Royal Decameron to specifically ask about the key, whether they were plastic cards, or actual real keys.  The translator was reliable, so I don't know what is going on, but certainly there is some sort of mistake.  I would like to get this cleared up soon.

By:

Nick

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #7 on: August 02 2006 18:08:00 »

Hey David,

Regarding the key situation, we now have conflicting information.  on one hand,  Douglas Scott from trip advisor could be lying, and on the other, the front desk at the actual hotel could be.  However, maybe the employee was not lying but simply mis-informed and not as knowledgeable as he should be.  There might have been some miscommunication, as I had a translator call the Royal Decameron to specifically ask about the key, whether they were plastic cards, or actual real keys.  The translator was reliable, so I don't know what is going on, but certainly there is some sort of mistake.  I would like to get this cleared up soon.

By:

Nick

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #8 on: August 02 2006 18:08:00 »

Hey David,

Regarding the key situation, we now have conflicting information.  on one hand,  Douglas Scott from trip advisor could be lying, and on the other, the front desk at the actual hotel could be.  However, maybe the employee was not lying but simply mis-informed and not as knowledgeable as he should be.

By:

nick

RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas

« Reply #9 on: August 02 2006 20:08:00 »

Hey David,

Regarding the key situation, we now have conflicting information.  on one hand, Douglas Scott from trip advisor could be lying, and on the other, the front desk at the actual hotel could be.  However, maybe the employee we spoke to was not lying but simply was mis-informed and not as knowledgeable as he should be.


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