Nestled upon Mexico’s glorious Caribbean coastline is the RCI Gold Crown Grand Mayan resort part of the wider Mayan Palace Complex on the Riviera Maya. A wonderful annual climate and the warm waters of the electric blue Caribbean Sea are major factors that bring back couples and families alike every year. Stunning coastline meets intriguing history and culture on the Playa Del Carmen with the fascinating ruins of Tulum, dating back over 800 years, located around an hour West from the resort. So, if you wish to mix soft white sandy beaches with an intriguing local culture and throw in endless hours of sunshine then you’ve come to the right.
A chic collection of Studio, 1 & 2-bedroom apartments are available at The Grand Mayan. Each of the accommodations features a partial kitchen but why cook when there is a sumptuous selection of 8 International restaurants to take your fancy? Warm interiors greet guests within the spacious living and dining rooms which are a welcomed sanctuary to relax within after exploring all that this interesting region has to offer. Some units even boast a private terrace with a small swimming pool which adds a further sense of luxury to your holiday in the sun.
Indulge in ultimately soothing experiences at the Brio Spa which provides a wealth of intriguing treatments that include tequila massages, ideal after working out in the fitness centre. Take to the skies with a para-sailing ride or speed along the shores upon a jet-ski whilst the marine-life rich seas are great to explore with a snorkel. For golfers, the Nicklaus Design Vidanta Par-54 Golf course offers a challenging afternoon best complimented by a float around the lazy river or soaks in the enormous lagoon-style swimming pool. The aforementioned restaurants serve up a delectable menu from the French cuisine at Azur, Caribbean delights at the Havana Moon to the Spanish dishes at Chiringuito’s.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the “new” Seven Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza, is a must-see location where you can explore the ruins of this 1,500 year-old city. Swim with gentle giants along the Playa Del Carmen which is one of the best places in the whole of Mexico to take the plunge with Whale Sharks. Another fascinating excursion in the waters surrounding Mexico’s Caribbean coast is the Musa Museum in Cancun, a sunken statue museum which is a truly unique photo opportunity not to miss.
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