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Eight of us stayed at the Jewel Runaway bay Jan. 22-29, 2018. We had a good trip, but the weather wasn't great. It had been raining a lot before we got there and it rained nearly every day we were there. As a result of...More
We have a 5 year old and a 3 year old and the most important benefit of the resort for us was the kids camp. Stacy Ann has an excellent program filled with fun activities our kids loved like music, dance, cooking, and arts and...More
We traveled to Runaway Bay during the first week of February, 2018. In our group was 3 families, and each family had 2 children under 5 years old. Upon booking our trip, we made sure to follow up with the resort multiple times before our...More
Firstly, if you have children they will love the beach and water park. Our children spent 8 solid hours in the water park almost ever day. The food is just ok and as most other people have commented, the rooms are in dire need of...More
The two main buildings are run down and tired. When we arrived they placed us in a "superior" room when we booked and paid for waterview. The hotel management tried to argue with me that it was the right room eventually admitted and moved us....More
Yes and yes. Can't remember which day, I think it's usually a Wednesday. Cruise passengers come in on a pre-booked basis and have access to all the facilities. The most I've ever seen come in was around 50, and they're... More
Yes and yes. Can't remember which day, I think it's usually a Wednesday. Cruise passengers come in on a pre-booked basis and have access to all the facilities. The most I've ever seen come in was around 50, and they're there for around 5/6 hours during the day.