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Royal Wings v Delphin Imperial

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Royal Wings v Delphin Imperial

Has anyone been to both that can compare the two on buffet quality, drinks quality, service and rooms? Also we would be travelling with our 3.5yr old daughter so if you think one is better than the other for her then please let me know.

I know the RW has the waterpark but I'm not sure I like that it is completely separate from the main pool area.

Prices coming out about the same for both so wanted some opinions - thank you! :-)

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Hi Hannah ,

we are off to the imperial on the 25th oct for 9 nights , me hubby and eleven yr old .

never stayed at the royal wings but going off the fact the imperial is brand new it would be my choice .

the service sounds great too much like the diva which we love also it has the pier which is a fave of mine .

back on the 3rd nov so can tell you more then .


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Hi We were at the imperial in May half term and had the most amazing time. We have stayed at many hotels and I have to say that this is truly one of the best. I was looking for somewhere to go for October half term and none of the hotels seem to compare. I have booked to go out on the 26th so hope to see you there Karen. I have a 10 year old boy and a 15 year old girl. It would be nice if my son had another child to play with as there were very few brits there when we went.

The waterpark is brand new and my son loved it. Drinks all branded buffet out of this world. Infact there was food everywhere, a man pushed a trolly round with piella another with turkish sweets, fruit etc. goes on and on.

Hannah that there is an area for small children with slides and you can sit around on your beds watching, you dont even have to get up to get a drink the girls bring them on roller blades. There was an area with play equipment and trampolines too. It was all so absolutely perfect and we have stayed at many all inclusives and this ticks all the boxes for us. Hope this helps and hope to see you there Karen.

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Just wondering what would be the kind of price for 14 nights at the Imperial next September and who would it be best booking through?

We would be leaving from Glasgow and the flight times are not too great out or in.as we have a 4 hr drive before/after Glasgow.

Any hep would be great.


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