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Author Topic: Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos  (Read 9000 times)

Offline Macleadv

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Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos
« Reply #15 on: April 05, 2007, 01:58:00 PM »
Just returned from RHE on March 30/31, 2007 and found the map very helpful but it could be misleading if you base your bungalow selection on solely using this map.
 The following are my observations, during my morning walks, which could be implemented  to better represent the actual layout of this resort:
  1. The Spa Section is actually further from the beach than shown on the map.
  2. Bungalows 39 and 40 are the closes to the beach, but their access to the beach is the boardwalk between Bungalows 41 and 42. The direct path from these bungalows to the beach shown on the map is  a non inviting path through the overgrown and thick bushes and shrubs, and past any unknown creatures that may await you. The beach in front of these bungalows consists of volcanic rock and the actual white sand beaches start at the boardwalk or in front of the water activity center.
 3. The path shown on the map between Bungalows 38 and 39 is the main paved walkway to the Water Activity Center and La Punta del Pirta (Seafood Restaurant) used by the golf cart taxis or anybody walking to these locations. At the intersection on this walkway with the back entrance to Bungalows 39 and 40 and the road to the Royal Suites, you will observe a miniature version of a roundabout.

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Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2007, 07:34:00 PM »
We're thinking about going there in Nov/Dec and I saw on Happy Faces that admin is going to put an accurate map together.

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Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos
« Reply #17 on: April 05, 2007, 08:08:00 PM »
Just a Dad:  
 Welcome back, how did you enjoy the resort?  I'd love to hear all about it.
 
 thanks for taking the time to sus out the lay of the land.  We can use your info to update our map.
 
 We made the map strictly from memory, and we realize that it is not 100% accurate, and we put a warning on our website so that people would know.
 
 The resort does not have a map available and we thought this would help in the interim.  
 
 It would appear that the Royal Hideaway Ensenachos is printing off our map and distributing to their guests.       :D
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Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos
« Reply #18 on: April 07, 2007, 12:22:00 PM »
We had a great time at this resort. My trip report would be identical to most of the other reports posted on this and other forums except for the negative ones. My trip report is under macleady in HappyfaceCuba forum.
 
 We can always hope that Google Earth will update their satellite image of this area of the world in the near future, so we can get an accurated and scaled layout of this resort.

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Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos
« Reply #19 on: May 27, 2007, 07:33:07 PM »
Try this resort map

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Re: Map of Royal Hideaway Ensenachos
« Reply #20 on: September 01, 2007, 10:19:36 PM »
The 7 days map has been updated with all the suggestions that we've received, and can be viewed here
http://www.7daysinparadise.com/rhe.html

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