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The Grand Sirenis is one of our more popular 5 star resorts for travelers who are looking for a modern and contemporary setting. Perched on its own secluded crystal clear cove, the Grand Sirenis Mayan Beach is great for snorkelers and ocean lovers. The rooms are modern, the service is excellent, especially the pool side service. Definitely recommended for couples looking to relax on the white sand beaches of the Riviera Maya.
This elegant and contemporary yet minimalist-style resort is home to beautiful cenotes and a secluded cove, a true snorkeler's paradise. The Grand Sirenis features fabulous dining, superb accommodations, lush tropical surroundings and a luxurious 26,910 square-foot full-service spa make it the perfect vacation spot for anyone looking to achieve relaxation and escape the ordinary.
Location: In Akumal, 90 minutes from the airport, 120 minutes from downtown Cancun, in the heart of the Mayan Riviera. The popular shopping town of Playa del Carmen is 40 minutes away.
Great resort. Lazy River was a highlight! Spent loads of time on the beach, stunning views and great service. Hipolita, Eli and Carlita were great. Our favorite beach waitress was Ana, she was so sweet and always made sure we got what we asked for. The bartender at the beach, Anecito, was also brilliant. Funny and so cheerfull!The staff are the jewel in the the crown of this resort! They all say, Hola! with a smile and are always willing to help. Special mentions for, Erik, our waiter at the Bayou breakfast, always making sure we had what we need. Santiago in the main buffet who was brilliant with our tables of 12! Issac, the concierge, very friendly and helpful.The buffets were hit and miss, at times. One of our party was a vegetarian, she found it difficult as a lot of the pasta and rice salads had bits of meat in them. And I would like to remind the resort that Pesto is not a vegetarian product. Parmesan has traces of animal products. All the roasted veg had pesto. Very little signage to assure people that no meat products are being used. I would suggest that they think about putting more information about the dishes on the little description cards. What about people with allergies? The best night was Mexican night. The lunch buffet often has maki rolls.Drinks. Not sure if it was fatigue, but by the end, i would often fret over what drink to order. The drinks are made quickly (efficiently) but contain lots of flavored syrups. Stick to the basics. Mojitos were good. They also do a pineapple mojito which has fresh pineapple, but I had to start asking them to put less sugar in them. If you like them strong, let them know. Bring an insulated cup to keep your drinks cold. They will fill them for you, or just pour them in.Walking around. The resort is big, but not that big. I do not consider a 10 minute walk to be a hardship when on vacation. Don't be lazy, explore the place. You might find some of the many surprises the resort has to offer. Plan ahead, bring what you need with you. There are regular shuttles to the further reaching areas of the resort, you can flag one down to the spa at any time. The disco shuttle at night was more than happy to drop us off at our rooms as long as it was on the route. I did run into a couple with mobility issues and the concierge was more than happy to call them a shuttle. Best place for entertainment in the evenings was the SkyBar. The usually had a live band, and some dancing. It has more atmosphere than the cavernous lobby. Cristel, the waitress, was a lovely lady and helped us improve our broken Spanish. It was a bit cold up there at times. Maybe blankets could be offered? Maybe use the towel card system? ok, maybe not practical. Maybe a glass wind break? AND TOILETS!!! they were too far from the Skybar.
My husband and I stayed for three weeks in October. This is a small resort, and it is peaceful and quiet. We bought in to this resort before it was built, so we are one of the small number of people that don't do the all-inclusive, which is fine; because we don't drink that much. The staff is outstanding and attentive. The breakfast buffet, the only meal we ate as a buffet, was wonderful. We did day trip to the local towns, and the people are very friendly and helpful. If you like quiet, this is the place to go. I read six huge books in three weeks.
My husband and I went to the Grand Sirenis in Oct. 2016 for a quick get away. The resort is large (but not near the size of the Coba resort), but we had no problem what so ever walking to where ever we wanted to go. If you feel the need to you can take a golf cart to places on the resort. As always, in Mexico, the staff make the stay that much better. They all were so nice and very hard working. There are three pools to choose from, we spent our time at one with a swim up bar. The beach is beautiful and the waters are very nice for snorkeling. There are coral rocks in the water which can be hard on bare feet, but the coral is what makes it so nice for snorkeling. We loved the little coffee spot and don't have any complaints about any of the restaurants. It's the typical food for an AI resort. Although we did really like the lobby buffet restaurant they best. They had a very large variety of food. The lobby bar was also the best. They serve premium drinks and make the best pina-colada. The lobby is also the best place to hang out when the weather isn't so great. The staff work very hard to keep everyone entertained while it's raining. Our room at the resort was also very nice. The bed was comfy and the fridge was stocked daily. Yes the bedroom area was open to the bathroom, but there is a door to the toilet and shower so there is some privacy. It wasn't a big deal for us. We did sit through a presentation (it lasted about 2 hours) We got a tour of the resort and a $200 credit to use at the spa. The sales people were not pushy, we let them do their presentation then said no thanks and that was it. It was well worth it in the end because the spa is AMAZING! If you decide to go to the spa you must try the hydro-therapy pools. BEST part of the stay! Over all I think we might return to the Sirenis. It was a great stay for the price.
This resort is absolutely stunning in every aspect. Well designed, it compliments the surroundings beautifully. There are two large pool areas, each with a pool bar and sunbed area. The area we selected to frequent had a great little ice cream bar which was loved by the children and a restaurant serving snacks and lunch. All of the restaurants are amazing, especially the Brazilian and Japanese but be organised, book them at the beginning of the week to ensure you don't miss out. If your rooms are at the further end of the resort, you can call staff with a golf buggy to come and get you.The main reception areas are lovely with a huge variety of drinks being served at the bar and entertainment each night for all ages taking place. The main buffet restaurant served a massive amount of different food each day through the day and well into the night for those midnight snackers!There is also an onsight all inclusive night club which is air-conditioned providing some welcome relief from the humidity. This is open until the early hours and plays current music of a few genres. We were attending a wedding at this hotel where I was part of the bridal party and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The beach location for the ceremony was beautiful and private and the after party amazing. I can't recomend this hotel highly enough!!
Stayed at the Grand Sirenia Riveiria Maya for the first week of 2017 and it was great. We went to attend a wedding with 80 other guests. Had a great time with so many others. The resort is beautiful with many pools and sandy beach. There is so many things to do there for free from bike tours to snorkel tours. Sports and dolphin shows. There is entertainment each night too. The food was so good. There is 11 different restaurants and BBQs to try and a huge buffet that is just as good or better then the al a carte restaurants. There is the popular coffee shop and ice cream stores to try too. But the very best part of the resort is the staff. Every one of them had a smile and said Hola to us all day long. They genuinely appeared happy to serve you. The rooms were large, modern and air conditioned. The entire resort was very cleaned and well maintained. There were many places to book excursions and well organized. We were pleasantly surprised that at no time we were approached or bothered about memberships or time shares. There are offices there if you wanted to look in to it but no pressure sales persons there. This was our first all inclusive vacation and would love to return to this one. We would highly recommend this resort to other travelers.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Buffet breakfast, lunch & dinner daily
- 3 A la carte dinners per week
- Domestic & select international drinks
- Children's pool
- Room service (11am-10pm)
- Scuba lesson
- Kid's club
- Games area
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- Disco, drinks included
- 700 rooms
- Buffet restaurant
- 7 a la carte restaurants includes: Steak-House, Mexican, Spanish, Italian, Mediterranean, Brazilian Rodizio grill and Japanese
- Snack -bar
- Swim-up bar
- Free form swimming pool
- Children's pools
- Tennis courts
- Beach volleyball
- A range of watersports available
- Meeting facilities (fee)
- Internet access (fee)
- Medical centre (fee)
Standard Room includes:
- 1 king or 2 double beds
- Satellite TV
- Tea/coffee maker
- Full bathroom with Jacuzzi and hairdryer
- In-room safety deposit box
- Garden view
- Ocean view rooms also available
Kids Deal - First child 2-12 Stays and Eats Free, excluding Christmas & New Years.
Stay at 1, Play at 2 - Stay at the Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya and receive full exchange privileges at the Grand Sirenis Mayan Beach next door.
Honeymoon and Anniversary Bonus - Room upgrade, fruit basket, bottle of sparkling wine & tequila, romantic dinner at an a la carte restaurant, in-room wedding breakfast on first day.
Wedding Package - Available, contact for more information.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
Resort Location Map
Grand Sirenis Riviera MayaRiviera Maya,Mexico
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Carretera Federal Cancun-Tulum, Zona Costera, Km. 256.3, Akumal 77780 Mexico
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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