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3.5 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Carretera Chetumal - Cancun Km 250, Akumal 77760, Mexico   |  
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Ranked #3 of 21 Hotels in Akumal
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 2, 2012

The hotel itself was beautiful, rooms were nice and big, maids did a great job regardless of whether you leave them a tip or not. Ocean is very clean, beach is amazing. However when you go in the water there are a lot of rocks, and very strong waves, I did not really like that. Snorkeling on the beach is good, but again, strong currents, strong waves.

FOOD:

Food was really nothing special, i expected more. I went to RIu Cancun couple years earlier and the food there was amazing, I thought it would be on the same level here, but it was not. It wasn't bad, but often barely warm. You can eat at Coba, but it is the same thing there. I actually liked Akumal food better.

ENTERTAINMENT:

I went with my boyfriends and 5 of our single friends, it was a lot of fun! The mini disco at coba was always fun, went to Hacienda club 3 times, all young people, club music, lots and lots of fun! This hotel is definitely a good choice for singles between 20-25, which is what we were. I thought it was more of family place and was scared it would be boring, but it was amazing! There was music on the beach as well during the day.

ROOMS:

Rooms were good, but we found dry blood on our sheets from an unknown source... it was supposed to be clean. Other than that rooms were clean, shower was hot. Our friends stayed at COBA and said their room had a terrible smell.

Overall it was a good vacation, a lot of young people, a lot of fun, the only REAL complaint is the hotness of food, which was lacking.

  • Stayed December 2011, traveled with friends
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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London, Canada
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed March 1, 2012

We stayed at the GBP the week of Feb 17th and Let me begin by saying, the resort was quite nice, absolutely massive; the beach was to die for; the food was great as was the restaurant service and The grounds were very nice.
The resort package the 4 of us purchased was the "Royal Golden" which guarantees accommodation closest to the beach and amenities. A comp bottle of Tequila, turn down service, 24 hour room service, etc. The rooms we were booked into required a shuttle cart to get us there. Our room would be best described as the "Royal Molden". The smell of mustiness was so overwhelming, every stitch of our clothing, the bedding and the room in general smelled terrible. The view from both balcony's was tropical; a massive palm tree blocking the view of the other foliage. The beach was about a ten minute walk away and a bit further than we had ever imagined. One morning while walking through the main lobby we were roped into a 1 hour and 15 minute guided tour of the other sister resorts on the mammoth property which would include a free t-shirt and beach bag. We were asked to be in the main lobby the very next day to enjoy a breakfast before our leisurely tour. On our way to the lobby, we stopped at the lobby concierge desk to voice our concerns for the third time about the odor in our room, and to ask about the comp tequila that wasn't in our room or our companions room, and the absence of our package's turn down service. The Customer relations rep assured us everything would be resolved which was a story told to us on two other occasions. We were then wisked away on our grand tour in a private shuttle cart to view the other resorts and suite choices. The tour ended with the 4 of us sitting in on a " Privilege club presentation". After 3 and a half hours we were finally released; after having endured sales pitch after sales pitch aimed at getting us to buy into a resort driven package of extras reserved for members only. We voiced our dissatisfaction with the "Royal Golden" package, explaining the lack of action taken by hotel staff pertaining to our previous concerns. Why would we spend $45,000 or more for 30 weeks stay at any of their resorts....."not including air fare" with the unresolved issues we had already experienced. We were ensured this could never happen if we were club members. We've been home for about a week now, and we're still shaking our heads. We love love love Mexico and will continue to travel to the area. We will never again stay at a 5 star resort with 3 star service, just to be treated like 2nd class people.

Please note, there were 4 of us in our group, and we aren't the type to complain. We do believe people work too hard for their money not to get what they pay for. We paid extra for a special trip, and we have experienced much better value for our money at resorts that don't make claims or promises they can't deliver on.

The best excuse we were offered by a resort employee for not honoring our purchased package , and strangely enough, by one of the top Privilege Club Reps was, "We are obviously over booked".

I guess that explains everything.....

Room Tip: One villa is no different than the other, unless you buy into their "Privileged Club"
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  • Stayed February 2012, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 2 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed March 1, 2012

We were at GBP Akumal for 2 weeks in February. First the good things:

Rooms - very clean - no complaints. Beds are hard but we seem to sleep well
Maids - very friendly and did a good job.
Gardens - Well maintained
Workers - Hit and miss. Some were very helpful and tried their best to communicate while others were rude and painfully poor at customer service.
Food - Buffet good most of the time - not much of a change from day to day though. Coba we felt had the best buffet.
Drink - most of the time the bar actually used real alcohol and the drinks had a decent punch to them.

Now the not so good.
Beach - Likely one of the worst in Mexico. Lots of rocks, not a good swimming beach. There are man made lagoons, that are about 3 feet deep, which is good for the kids but thats about it. The sand part of the beach is ok but there isn't much sand and there is lots of hard rock under the sand, so lots of toe stubbing and knee scraping.
Pool at Akumal is very busing and hard to get chairs. Activity pool is quite far from the main pool so not easy to participate in pool games if you want - Coba was much better.
Layout - way to big. Need to take shuttles between resorts which can take 5 minutes or 20 minutes depending on time of day. We spent lots of time walking and on shuttles - was fun at first, but then turned into a hazzle.
Alacartes - Sucked.... Couldn't get the times we wanted (even as part of the Golden Club) Had to eat at 10:00 pm which sucked more. Only alacarte that we would recommend was the Japanese one at Coba. Found that the buffet was better that most restaurants.
Entertainment- lame We made our own entertainment most of the time at the 24 hour snack bar. The only show we enjoyed was the dancing at the Coba prior to the nightly show.
Golf - this was a good a bad. The course was good. Challenging and well maintained. The employees where a different story. Rude, rude and totally rude. So bad that we decided not to play again.
Golden Club - other than having our room located near the beach, the only other benefit to the goldent club was not having to worry about towel cards. Other than that, it's not worth the extra money.

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  • Stayed February 2012, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 29, 2012

I stayed at the GBP Akumal resort in June/July 2011 and I am writing the review now as I am currently looking to book for this year!

I am not going to say much about the flight, cancun airport, passport control and transfers etc as the real holiday begins when you arrive at the resort! First impression was WOW! The resort it HUGE! Hence the little trains that take you around! We had a small private check-in area near the room and the luggage is taken straight there by the staff. We were greeted with a cocktail, a smile and wonderful scenery - so far so good! After checking in, they give you a map and your key and point you in the direction of your room, luckily for us was 2 minute walk from our check-in area.

The rooms are spacious, clean and have everything you need! We had a king size bed, a living area, storage almost everywhere, television, phone, hairdryer, fridge (that was re-stocked everyday with beer, water and soft drinks - and chocolate and crisps too), bath robes, slippers, free room service - the list is endless. The view from the room was beautiful - sea, blue skies and sand as far as the eye can see!

Other reviews have said the food was 'cold and repetitive' - i strongly disagree! I ate in the buffett restaurant for 14 days solid and did not get bored once! They have themed nights almost everynight and there is definiately something different each time. The buffett area is the largest ive seen, and the food is cooked fresh as they are constantly bringing it out. They have everything from sushi to salad, to chips and burgers - if you are a picky eater - there is no doubt there will be something for you.
As i have said i ate at the buffett resaurant the whole time i was there but i have heard excellent reviews about the italian, japanese and steak restaurants on site and will definiately try them next time.

The resort is huge! There are 3 seperate 'areas' Akumal, Coba and Tulum and are all in the 1 complex - you are free to go to which ever one you like, when you like. You can have breakfast in Akumal, go swimming in Tulum, then go to Coba for a drink - there are no limits. The resort have 'trains' that wait outside each lobby that will take you to different parts of the complex and it doesnt really matter if you dont know how to get back as the drivers will quite often drop you off if you tell them which section you are from - even if they aren't going past it.

The entertainment was outstanding - some of the best ive ever seen abroad. Akumal, Coba and Tulum have entertainment on every night and again, you can go to whichever one you like. I have to say the michael jackson tribute was by far my favourite! He was miming but his dancing and the whole stage set up was brilliant - i couldnt stop smiling! The waiters and waitresses work hard! They are constantly serving drinks and being hospitable. They make conversation with you and get to know you - and a tip here and there goes a long way! Be aware, they dont use mesurements - and the drinks can sometimes be TOO strong but they are more than happy to pour you another one!

The beaches in GBP are brilliant. There are always sunbeds available and there is no need to 'reserve' them on the beach. The sand can be quite stoney in parts but the majority of the beaches are fine - they even employ staff to sweep up the seaweed! There are numerous swimming pools and all have a bar near by. You are also supplied with beach towels so if youve over packed - take out your towels, 9/10 you wont need them anyway.

The only thing i wasnt so keen on (and other people have also said the same) is the so called 'DOLPHINARIUM' - this is NOT a dolphinarium in anyway at all - it is purely just a disused small swimming pool they have put dolphins in and i felt it was cruel it was clear they did not have enough room. If you ever go - you will understand what i mean. You can swim with them (at a cost) if you want to but you must book. I only stood by and watched and got upset at that.

The resort is full of wildlife - dolphins aside! They have turtle nests on the beach which are cordened off but you can go down to beach at night and watch them with GBP staff. Iguanas are everywhere - literally! On the walls, on the floor, on the beach - they just lounge about and will only ever come close if your pursuade them with food! I also saw some kind of Racoon whilst there which usually come out at night. Mosquitios - take PLENTY of repellent and after bite - the last 2 days of my holiday i could hardly walk as they had bitten my left foot to death and was straight on antibiotics as soon as i returned home - my foot ballooned up like a balloon - sorry!

If you get the chance, visit: Xcaret. This place is amazing and is perfect for families and couples as you will find something to do here no matter how old you are! Xcaret is part zoo, part ecological garden kind of place - its hard to explain. There are animals, rivers you can swim through, there are shows/entertainment from the mexicans, gardens to stroll around, natural beaches you can sunbathe at, go swimming in the sea, swim with dolphins, sting rays and manatees, have your picture taken with parrotts/snakes etc. Xcaret is full of things to do and you can even stay to see the evening shows if you like. There are also restaurants throughout the park so no need to take food/drink with you. If you go on a hot day, please make sure you take plenty of suncream as there is hardly any shade in the park. You can buy suncream there but it is quite expensive and is more like glue than cream as it is 'eco friendly'. Xcaret is easy to get to and from, safest to get the hotel to call you a cab there but coming back Xcaret has its own 'taxi rank' just go to the desk, tell them the name of your hotel and they give you a SET price - no haggling needed.

The staff are amazing and cannot do enough to help you. Cleaners are in the rooms EVERYDAY, cleaning up, doing towel art, restocking the fridge etc we often left a tip for our cleaner who was extreamly greatful (obviously!) but he did deserve it! The seaweed sweeper-uper'ers are in the sun ALL day sweeping the sand, the entertainment staff keep the children (and adults) entertained ALL day and the bar staff serve drinks ALL day - and when i say ALL day i dont mean 9-5 like our british jobs....i mean 6am - 2am! I know this is their job but gosh they dont half deserve some credit for it.

All in all - this holiday was amazing and i recommended it to anyone who asks for holiday advice! I am constantly checking and waiting for the price to come down but with so many good reviews and returns, my only concern is that the price is going to continue to rise so if its in your budget now - BOOK IT! Big complex, good choice of food, amazing scenery, helpful staff, spacious/clean rooms, free shuttle service, beautiful beaches, bright blue sea, not a cloud in the sky and 8 hours + of sunshine....if this review hasnt tempted you then nothing will!

Book it now, you wont be disappointed!

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  • Stayed June 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 29, 2012

This was our first time traveling to an all-inclusive resort and our first time traveling together as a new family of four. We stayed for week from February 14- 21st and experienced only sunshine and warm temperatures. We read many reviews on many different resorts before booking our stay at the GBP Akumal. We are SO HAPPY we did!! We had such a relaxing (as much as you can relax on vacation with a 5 month old and 2 year old) and memorable vacation thanks to so many factors. Let's break it down.

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The beach was beautiful and the sand so soft! The water was so clear and there were many calm places to swim even when there was a red flag on the beach. Our 2 year old hated the sand so we spent most of the time poolside, however if we return again without the kids I am certain we would never leave this gorgeous beach. My husband and I have done a lot of traveling before kids and we must say this is the cleanest, most well manicured resort we have ever stayed at. It's huge but it's very easy to get around even with our double stroller and screaming kiddos. We ended up walking most places rather then use the trams because it was too much work to collapse the stroller and unload the kids to get on the "train bus" (what our 2 year old called them). She is still talking about the train buses and how much she loved them. The activity pool has a big kids pool attached but we found there wasn't enough shade and our lil ones were getting sunburned. We found a small kids section of the lobby pool beside the swim up bar. We spent most of the week at this perfect location. More shade and lots of children to play with our 2 year old. There is a kids club to watch your children but they do not accept kids free of charge till they are 4. If they are under 4 you will pay $10 an hour. We did not use their services. We explored all 3 resorts and found Akumal's pool to be our favorite. The other resorts were beautiful but we found it easier to stay near our room in case we needed an escape plan if there was a tantrum or melt-down. Anytime we went to Tulum resort we were devoured by mosquitoes for some reason. We didn't notice them at any other resort. There was a lot of wildlife to admire. Our daughter loved the "dinosaurs" (iguanas) everywhere and the monkey raccoon things (we still don't know what their called). The staff everywhere we went was amazing and hard working. We tipped them 20 pesos anytime we had good service anywhere we went. We were broke by the end of the trip because the service was excellent. The week we were there the resort was packed full of Canadians like us and British. There were a few from the Netherlands and also Argentina. It was nice to be surrounded by so many different cultures and languages. There was a show we went to one night about the Lion King, Disney Princesses and Kung Fu Panda. Our daughter went crazy for it!! She even got pictures taken with Cinderella and Ariel after the show. We loved the show too as parents.

Room

We requested a crib, two beds and ground level room before we arrived. They gladly honoured all our requests. Our room was clean and perfectly in order thanks to our wonderful housekeeper Antonia. She made amazing towel art everyday for our kids to enjoy. We made sure we tipped her for her hard work. We had a small ant problem being on the ground level but as soon as we stopped bringing food into the room the problem was eliminated. Our mini bar was well stocked and we often left 20 pesos in it with notes requesting extra chips. We were always given what we asked for. We were placed in villa 50. Great location except at 10-11 at night when you could really hear the music from the bar. It surprisingly helped put our kids to sleep though.

Food

We are not by any means an all-inclusive savvy bunch. We are rookies so we cannot compare this to any other one we've been to like many other reviewers. What we can say is the based on our own personal tastes and opinions; mine being different from my husbands. I am a vegetarian and so is our 2 year old daughter. There were tons of options for us everywhere we went. We ate at the Akumal buffet mainly for most meals. We ate a couple of times at Dolce Vita for breakfast and lunch. We also tried Coba buffet for breakfast once. I was a huge fan of the cook to order pasta bar. My daughter always loved the kid friendly options at the buffet. The fruit was always so fresh everywhere too. The snack bar always had crowd pleasers like french fries and nachos and guacamole (to die for good). We loved the food! My husband on the other hand seemed to grow tired of the food by the end of the trip and was craving things like apple pie and waffles and real cheese cake (not the kind at the resort). He disliked all the desserts except the ice cream machine. The desserts seemed to be all gelatine based or cream-filled. They all tasted the same as well. My husband doesn't drink so he did love their version of a virgin mojito. He also drank Sambrosa's (strawberry banana type smoothies). I was too busy nursing our baby constantly that I didn't get to indulge much in the alcoholic drinks either. If I drank at all that day it was a mini bar beer after the kiddos were sleeping. Love those Dos XX's beers though. I tried the red house wine at Le Gourmet and that was amazing! We booked our al a carte restaurants two weeks before we left by sending the hotel a list of our requests by email. We were so pleased they booked us in everywhere we had asked and got us in at an early 6:30 every night before the kids turned into pumpkins. We ate at Mikado, Le Gourmet and La Fruita Del Mar. Mikado we enjoyed a show table and the food was great. Le Gourmet was good as well. Our personal favorite was Fruita Del Mar. The appetizer buffet was amazing and the food was delicious. Al a carte restaurants are the way to go at this resort. Don't miss out on going to all 3 of your bookings. The best food we enjoyed on this trip were from the al a cartes. It was a nightmare having to sit there with our kids and try to keep them quiet the whole time, but well worth it when the food showed up at our table. There were always plenty of highchairs to go around and no one seemed to mind us bringing our stroller into the restaurants.

In conclusion, we would love to come back one day and enjoy this resort and its tons of amenities to the fullest without our children (so we can really relax). This is a great family friendly resort and we would recommend it to all you crazy parents out there like us who choose to travel with infants.

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  • Stayed February 2012, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed February 27, 2012

We spent a week staying at the Akumal side of the Gran Bahia Principe resort and all round had a very positive experience. The resort grounds are meticulously kept and the staff was exceptionally friendly. Our large group of ages 3 through 70 all enjoyed themselves.

I wanted to leave a few comments on the on-site dive shop "Scubaquatic" (scubaquatic.com) becuase it wasn't easy finding information on them on-line. My wife, father and I did a total of 6 dives with the shop -- 2 off shore from the resort, 2 in the cenotes and 2 on a day trip to Cozumel. Primarily we chose them over other local operators to take advantage of diving out of our resort, which was quite convenient. Generally we were happy with the shop. The boat crews and instructors were friendly and professional. We had two issues -- (1) some of the equipment was not in great shape (my wife and I both had air leaks caused by poor O-rings/high pressure hoses on more than one of the dives) and (2) wading out to the boat (anchored just off shore) over the rocky ocean floor for the local dives was a little awkward for my father who is a capable diver but a little older. The local dives were alright but the diving in the cenotes and off Cozumel were world-class. We were in small (3-4 person) groups for the local and cenotes dives; the trip and 2-tank dives to Cozumel were quite popular and we were part of a group of 12 with two instructors.

Were were able to leave our gear at the shop overnight and the staff provided a locker for our dive computers, etc. It wasn't the most sophisticated dive shop we have gone with but was certainly adequate. We booked our dives over the web and got a small discount (5%). Overall the diving was great and Scubaquatic was a reasonable and convenient option for guests of the Gran Bahia Principe.

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  • Stayed February 2012, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 27, 2012

me and gf went to this resort last year. its huge. so big if ya wanna go anywhere you need to get on a cool little bus. bus drivers are right on, especially if you give them a couple of dollars. its easy to get lost between the 3 resorts (its like 3 resorts all in one, travel freely to each, probably takes 15 mins of walking, but again, very easy to hop on a little bus) all the staff are cool that we met. if ya go to the scuba shop on the beach, i highly recomend the segway tour, the guide is wicked and doesn't care if ya screw around with them. there is katamundi (looks like an orange racoon) everywhere, hundreds of them swinging from trees, hiding in bushes, everywhere. food was great. pool was great. you can rent 20 year old bikes for free also, theres plenty of them so no need to wait, go wherever you want really. one last big thing, we were lucky and had a room close to the main building, pools, all the good stuff, the 2 others that came with us had a room about a 10 minute walk away from the main building/pools/etc. so basically, if they wanted to do anything at all, they needed to wait roughly 10-15 mins for the little bus thing to come by and pick them up. bus driver was cool and always on time too so being so far away wasn't all that much of a hassel for them after all.

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  • Stayed April 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Carretera Chetumal - Cancun Km 250, Akumal 77760, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Riviera Maya > Akumal
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#1 Business Hotel in Akumal
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Akumal
#2 Romantic Hotel in Akumal
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Akumal
#3 Spa Hotel in Akumal
#3 Family Hotel in Akumal
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Luxury Bahia Principe Akumal Don Pablo Collection 3.5*
Number of rooms: 630
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Facilities and services 2 swimming pools 4 jacuzzis 2 children's swimming pools Solarium with sun umbrellas and sun loungers BAHIA SPA (additional charges apply) Sports centre: a gym, 5 tennis courts, bicycles Motor sports (additional charges apply) Aquatic activity and diving centre Entertainment amphitheatre Wi-Fi access in the lobby (1 hour free per day per device) and with an additional charge in the rooms Buffet restaurant opposite the sea 3 a la carte restaurants 9 bars Cocktail Lounge Riviera Maya Golf Club: 18 long holes and 9 executive holes with lakes, cenotes and Mayan jungle Hacienda Dona Isabel: karaoke bars, shows, live music and a night club Rooms 630 spacious Junior Suite Superior rooms. Equipped with: Two full-size beds or one king-size bed A living area with sofa A fully fitted bathroom: shower, washbasin, dryer and magnifying mirror Hydro massage tub Bathrobe and slippers (to be enjoyed throughout your stay) Pool towel (to be enjoyed throughout your stay) Balcony or terrace Air conditioning Ceiling fan Direct-dial telephone (additional charges applicable to external calls) Radio alarm clock Flat-screen TV Mini-bar with mini alcoholic beverages (included) Coffee set Safe (included) Ironing set 24 hour room service Butler service (upon request) Evening turn-down service Pillow menu Wi-Fi (additional charges apply). Children Bahia Scouts Children can enjoy facilities designed especially for them: Children's swimming pool Mini Club (children aged 4 to 12) Mini Disco in the evenings Bahia Scouts Water Park Teen's club (children aged 11 to 16) Other services An internal mini-train service providing access to all the facilities: 24-hour medical service (additional charges apply) Pharmacy (additional charges apply) Personalised menu options for celiacs and diabetics Specialised wedding, anniversary and event planning service Casin ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Gran Bahia Principe Akumal
Bahia Principle
Bahia Principe Mexico
Gran Bahia Principe Hotel Akumal
Mexico Bahia Principe
Bahia Principe Tulum
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