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#3 Barcelo Karmina
#3 Barcelo Karmina
116 reviews
Great family holiday
Our holiday was during the first week of April 2018. We booked a Junior Suite Deluxe Ocean view for two adults and two kids (one teenager, one toddler). Our shuttle from the airport was pleasant and upon arrival, we were greeted with a small, sweet beverage - it was quite a warm evening and it would have been great to have some cold water. Check in took place in a downstairs meeting room. We thought the process went pretty smooth; however, as this was our first all-inclusive, we wish there had been a little more information as to where we were meant to go for supper (answer: it's the buffet restaurant). We recommend that you attend the overview the next morning - a lot of information is given at that overview. Our room was really spacious. While the hotel is starting to show a few signs of age, it was comfortable and clean. The food at the buffet restaurant was consistently above-average. Tons of fruit at each meal time and enough vegetarian and meat options to make all of us happy (two of us are vegetarian and two are not). The a la carte restaurants were good. We really enjoyed them. Make sure to pack some dressier clothes for the a la carte options as resort attire is not allowed. The resort is very family friendly - but there are a few adult-only pools. We took advantage of the free 30 minute snorkeling gear rental and really enjoyed snorkeling in the little sound in front of the hotel. We did take the city tour excursion and found it really informative and interesting - lots of great photo opportunities. This is the first place in Mexico we've stayed at that is an all-inclusive so we didn't leave the resort other than this excursion. So it was nice to see Manzanillo. The housekeepers were great about re-stocking the mini fridge in the room. There is a teen room at the resort that we discovered on our own with a mini theatre, popcorn, soda...a pool table, foosball...our 16 year old had fun here the last day as he had to stay out of the sun due to a sunburn. We did wonder if we returned if we should upgrade to a Master Suite Premium and asked to tour a room. These rooms have a small kitchenette, a full deck and small pool. Two enclosed bedrooms each with a bathroom. We were really impressed. A few things I was disappointed with: there are no areas of the hotel with free wifi. It's $12 a day for two devices. I think in this day and age that it is reprehensible to charge for internet access. The second item was i think the hotel would really benefit from a small lounge or sports bar: it would be nice to have a place inside with TVs to watch hockey, soccer, football, baseball, etc to hang out in the evenings. There is free evening entertainment each evening. You can tell the staff work really hard to prepare the singing and dancing routines.

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