As a contrast to Qamealover's well-written review of their experience at Qamea, I wanted to post a 'capsule review' too and also comment on Qamea's Tripadvisor reviews generally.
I think it is significant that about 30% of Qamea's most negative reviews have been posted in the last 6-9 months, with 20% in the last 3 months. There is a definite downward trend there. It is also important to note that many of the negative reviews are followed immediately with glowing, unconditionally positive reviews within 3-7 days (the time it takes to have a review processed).
If you sort the reviews by negative rating you'll notice the same criticisms coming up again and again - service gaps, "camp" feel, disappointment with the beach, disputes with management, prices of drinks, etc.
As we said in our review, we were very disappointed and would recommend honeymooners go somewhere else.
To us, one of the biggest disappointments was the food. Qamea has this reputation of having outstanding food and it just wasn't. And even though the service were generally great, there were some glaring exceptions. For example, one night one of the servers handed a guest's wife a glass of wine during a performance by some of the children from one of the local villages. The glass was dropped as they exchanged it and it fell to the floor and shattered. The server glared at the guest as though it was her fault (it wasn't) and stormed out of the dining area leaving the glass and wine on the floor (the floor on which the kids were dancing). None of the other servers offered to clean it up. Some of the guests had to help the guest find some towels and clean up all the glass and wine. There were other incidents like this that showed an indifference by the staff, although not as bad.
We thought our bure had too many annoying problems for an $800/night 4-star resort, with things like the air conditioning not working, a broken screen door, etc. Also housekeeping service was spotty, our towels were often not replaced and they skipped cleaning our bathroom every other day. Again, not what you expect at a high-end resort like Qamea.
We thought the spa was very overpriced for what it was. Qamea has built a new spa set behind the bures in the jungle so maybe it will improve.
The diving/snorkeling was spectacular but if you're going to dive we would either bring your own equipment or have Qamea take you to another dive operation. The equipment looks new but it's not well-maintained at all and that can compromise safety, as we experienced first hand.