Destination Wedding Resort Reviews
Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya All Inclusive
Rated #13 of 84 Riveria Maya Corridor on BDW
Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya All Inclusive > > Zona Costera K256 > Akumal > > 77710>Location. Situated on a Akumal beach, this family friendly all inclusive property is close to Yal ku Lagoon and Half Moon Bay. Features. Grand Sirenis Mayan Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive has a private beach, a tennis court, a health club, an outdoor pool, and a spa tub. Grand Sirenis Mayan Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive features a full service spa. Business amenities include a business center, wireless Internet access (surcharge), and meeting rooms for small groups. Grand Sirenis Mayan Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive features 10 dining venues. A hot and cold buffet breakfast is complimentary to guests. Event space measures 5033 square feet. Guestrooms. Amenities featured in guestrooms include air conditioning, coffee/tea makers, and minibars. 29 inch televisions with free movie channels and ESPN are available in guestrooms. Business friendly amenities include high speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge), desks, and direct dial phones. Complimentary bottled water is provided. Balconies are featured in all guestrooms. Bathrooms feature jetted tubs, separate bathtubs and showers, and bathroom phones. Guestroom services include housekeeping. Select guestrooms have ocean or sea views. Sofa beds are provided. Notifications and Fees:Guests must be at least 18 years old to check in at this property. There are no room charges for children 3 years old and younger who occupy the same room as their parents or guardians, using existing bedding. Guests departing prior to their scheduled departure date may be subject to an early departure fee. Onsite parking is free for guests only for the duration of their stay. The following mandatory hotel imposed fees are charged and collected by the hotel either at check in or check out. A New Year's Eve (31 December) Gala Dinner fee will be chargedNew Year's Eve (31 December) Gala Dinner per child: US$ 20.00 (no charge for children under 4 years old) The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. Additional fees and deposits may be charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out. Late check out: US$ 10>
We got married at the Grand Sirenis on January 21, 2015. We had 45 people total who flew out of Calgary, Toronto, and some lived in Mexico. The resort was on a recommendation from our travel agent and one that was never on our radar. Communication at times could be slow,but I found I always had a reply in 2-3 days, sometimes a week. Booking was easy and the ladies supplied us with ample documents of extras to be able to make all our decisions. We decided to use the free package anRead more...
Pros: great resort for large party, very accomodating for special requests, lots of fun for all ages, great drinks!!
Cons: Mixed reviews on the food, need to go for the highest package to get the best features
PART 1 PLANNING & BOOKING: We asked around and were referred to a couple of travel agents. The one that eventually impressed us the most with her prompt replies and honest answers was at AMA Travel, so we decided to go with them. The selecting of the resort proved to be a much more difficult task…. CHOOSING A RESORT We were pretty limited in selecting a resort because of my husband’s family coming from small town BC. In order to get anywhere they required an aRead more...
Pros: Beautiful resort, great entertainment, good a la carte restaurants
Cons: Subpar housekeeping, poor communication
My Wedding Review! Finally! First of all, I could not have planned this wedding without the help of my wonderful travel agent. She took care of the details, and last minute hiccups, which we truly appreciate. Use your travel agent as they are an excellent resource during the planning stages all the way though to when you arrive home. My husband and I decided to travel with Air Transat, because the larger planes accommodated our needs, and wedding packages were so afforRead more...
Where do I start.... I got Married May 10th 2012 on the beach and had the Palalpa for the reception. When we arrived we where put in a mini suite in block 24, the building was under maintenance lots of painters and my room looked like it has been slept it, it was no where near ready. But after a little complaining it was cleaned and looked ok. p.s a Mini suite is a regular room with an extra bedroom- which was ok, we needed the space to get ready in. As the wedding got closer i was conceRead more...
Hi Ladies, So I joined this forum about 9 months ago and I just got back from my wedding on February 5th, so I thought I would give back the reviews and some pics of the wedding seeing as though I got so much info from this website (thanks so much to all who have posted such great ideas and suggestions). Flight: Air Transat We flew with Air Transat First Class and it was well worth the money we spent. We received double the baggage allowance (if your a bride, this is wellRead more...
Pros: great value, exquisite, elegant and extraordinary!
My fiance and I visited the Grand Sirenis on a last minute deal in January 2010, and we were blown away. The lobby is so impressive and it just keeps on going like that...outstanding! We spent so many days at the beach and there was never an issue finding lounges, the food was amazing (often we couldn't eat everything we wanted to try, and the next night was completely different), the bar service on the beach was a nice touch, and the staff were just so very friendly. We spent many eveningsRead more...