Royal Decameron Indigo
Here is a beautiful picture of Cote Des Arcadins and Royal Decameron Indigo.
The takeover by the Decameron was possible with the continuous support and patronage of the Haitian government, which was provided on the notion that "the success of tourism in Haiti is the success of every Haitian". Royal Decameron is an international brand hotel chain with presence in 11 countries. As per their statement, they are passionate about quality and good service, understands the importance of paying attention to every detail so that they can provide the best market alternative in hotels and tourism.
The All inclusive Royal Decameron Indigo Hotel was inaugurated in December 2015 in the presence of the Haitian President Michel Martelly.
The resort is equipped with 380 rooms, two a la carte restaurants, a buffet restaurant, four bars, discotheque, two adult pools, two children's pools, one full fledged gymnasium, 2 tennis courts and a spa. 350 of the rooms have ocean views and 30 come with garden views. All rooms have a balcony or terrace.
Other features of the rooms include: Two double beds or one king size bed, air conditioning, safety deposit box (additional charges), cable television, medical and nursing services, bus service to the capital city and introductory scuba training. Breakfast (buffet style): 7:00 am to 10:30 am; Lunch: 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm; Dinner: 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. Minimum two night stay is mandatory.
Look at this view of the spectacular Royal Decameron Indigo in Cote Des Arcadins.
The all inclusive resort "Royal Decameron Indigo in Cote Des Arcadins" has been inaugurated on December 8th, 2015. The beachfront resort with 4 Hibiscus ranking has been developed on a 55 hectares land, bordered by 1.5 kilometers of white sandy beach, just 90-minute drive from the Toussaint Louverture International Airport. It is a jewel of Hispaniola Island, situated in a perfect location between mountains and ocean. "Royal Decameron Indigo" has been renovated over the property of "Club Indigo" with an investment of $8 million by the Colombia-based hotel and resort chain Decameron.
There is no better place to watch the sunset than at the Royal Decameron Indigo, Haiti.
The new 380-room property is equipped with a buffet restaurant, two a la carte restaurants and four bars, two adult pools and two children's pools, full fledged gymnasium, 2 tennis courts and a spa. Then the scheduled date of inauguration was decided on November 1, 2015 (later shifted to December 8th). 500 workers and 5 Haitian subcontractors would be employed to work day and night to meet the opening deadline. The Minister during his visit had said that the presence of government officials to visit the development work endorses his government's all inclusive support to the joint development program between Club Indigo and Decameron Hotels. As per the agreement, the rebranded property "Royal Club Decameron Indigo" will procure its regular requirements through local Haitian entrepreneurs so that it can create 500 local jobs and further employment of 420 local people to the hotel. The Decameron group has all-inclusive hotels in 11 countries around the world, including the Caribbean. Presently, there are 525 listed hotels in Haiti of whom five were ranked "5 Hibiscus" and seven were rewarded with "4 Hibiscus" rankings. The Haitian Ministry of Tourism has so far classified 177 hotel properties according to their service and amenities.
There is no place like home and this is the Beautiful Royal Decameron in Haiti.
'Royal Decameron Indigo' is a new all inclusive resort in Haiti located on the coast Arcadins (Cote des Arcadins), an hour's drive from Port-au-Price. It has been renovated over the property of "Club Indigo" on a 55 hectares land, bordered by 1.5 kilometers of white sandy beach and its recent takeover by the Colombia-based hotel and resort chain Decameron, was a best kept secret in the Caribbean. The deal was finalized in last March when Lucio Garcia, the CEO of the Decameron Chain visited the property and met the Minister of Tourism and Creative Industries (MTIC) Stephanie Balmir-Villedroin to finalize the terms of the takeover. The Minister again visited the property on September 1, as the head of a large delegation team accompanying the Secretary of State for Tax Reform, Ronald Décembre, the Director General of Customs of Haiti, Victor H. St. Louis to meet Leonardo Gonzalez, the President and other senior members of the Decameron Hotels Group to finalize the group's $8 million investment on Club Indigo.
Here is a picture of the Royal Decameron Indigo along the beautiful coast of Cote Des Arcadins in Haiti.
There have been some major improvement in the tourism area in Haiti. Beside all these new hotels that are beginning to pop up in several regions in Haiti, there are also ground packages for visitors by local operators. Training programs for taxi operators and the ongoing urban renewal program in Cap Haitien are likely to revive the tourist industry