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“Fabulous Stay - Our Mayan Blessing was Amazing!” 5 of 5 stars
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Grand Bahia Principe Coba
3.5 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Carretera Chetumal - Cancun km 250, Akumal 77760, Mexico   |  
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“Fabulous Stay - Our Mayan Blessing was Amazing!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 27, 2009

Let me first start by saying this was my 5th time to the Cancun/Mayan Riviera area. Previously I stayed at the Riu Palace, the Barcelo Tucancun, Riu Tequila, and the Barcelo Maya Beach hotels. I’ve also stayed at 3 all-inclusive hotels in Cuba. With many resorts to compare the GBP Coba to, I think I can give an honest and qualified perception of the resort. We stayed at this hotel from March 12th to March 26th and our stay was so wonderful I’m going through severe withdrawal.

My husband and I traveled to the GBP Coba with our two little girls aged 2 ½ & 4. My parents along with my sister and her family (including another 2 year old) joined us as we were going to celebrate our new marriage with a Mayan Blessing ceremony. Let me start with the ceremony before moving onto the hotel details.

A week before we left, we were married at home in front of 50 family and friends. Not many of them could make it to a destination wedding so we decided to do both. With a renewal of vows in Mexico or our blessing ceremony we avoided all the legalities with marrying abroad and I was so happy to avoid the blood test that is required to marry in Mexico. I love Mexico and the Mayan culture, which is fascinating, and it seemed fitting to me to have a blessing ceremony offered by the hotel.

Our wedding coordinator was Karla and she was fantastic responding to my questions from home. She and her assistant Christian were easy to deal with and we met a day after arriving at the hotel. We met to finalize the details for the ceremony and reception afterwards. Since all Mayan Blessings are performed on the Tulum beach the only thing left to choose was flowers. I chose a tropical bouquet of flowers that cost $50 US and the boutonnière at $16 US. The price I paid was less than half the cost of my flowers in Canada and they were gorgeous.

We hired an outside photographer from Cancun and she was amazing to work with. The hotel had no problems allowing her and her assistant on the resort. I really appreciated that since some other resorts charge for outside vendors.

The ceremony itself was completely wonderful and was performed in Maya with an English translator. It was an honor for us to have taken part in this sacred ceremony. The Shaman and translator were genuinely kind people and I was surprised at how personable they both were. It was truly an exceptional experience and one I suggest to other couples if you love Mexican/Mayan history. After the ceremony we had a champagne toast followed by a great dinner at the Portofino (Italian) restaurant. The waiters had prepared a special place setting for us, which was a really nice touch.

There are countless reviews on TA giving the hotel glowing recommendations. I saw some negative things but none of them interfered with my ability to fall in love with the resort.

GROUNDS: Extremely well cared for by meticulous gardeners and grounds crew-one of the best maintained properties I’ve ever stayed at. There are beautiful gardens everywhere with the most amazing colourful flowers and plants.

The 3 resorts (Coba, Akumal & Tulum) make up a huge property. Some people got lost just at the Coba hotel but I never had any problems. There are always shuttles taking people to and from the lobby and Coba beach. You don’t need to wait long but I found a few times we waited for a shuttle while watching a few others go the opposite direction.

ROOMS: Very nice and spacious. Our room was on the 3rd floor of building 20B. I wasn’t too impressed at first since 20B is near the highway and a building away from the theatre. Before we left I e-mailed the hotel to request rooms for my parents & sister to be near us. Since they accommodated us by putting my sister one floor down and my parents on the same floor, I couldn’t complain. The two other rooms faced the highway. There is a lot of highway traffic noise but if you can, you can adjust to it.

Our room faced the activities pool and we dealt with loud music during the day and loud music at night during the shows. My littlest one still has a nap but it didn’t seem to affect her. Our maid was great and she seemed to do her job well. We tipped her every day. Our sheets and towels always smelled laundered and the room was clean. Unfortunately, I found the beds hard and uncomfortable. I think the major problem with them is age and sagging in the middle. On a brighter note, the sheets were very soft and crisp and it was definitely nice to crawl under them at night. Our shower lacked pressure but we got used to it.

The bar fridge is stocked with beer, pop, orange and apple juice, water, plain potato chips, and individual Hershey cookies. That’s a lot for a bar fridge and it was much appreciated. We occasionally left a small tip for the guy that fills it.

FOOD: The main buffet has an infinite selection of foods to meet everyone’s needs. I always found great food to eat each day and the selection was phenomenal. Fresh fruit, pastries, buns, desserts, meats, vegetables, cheeses and salads were always available and always restocked on a regular basis. It was also nice to see gelato served in the kid’s corner since my oldest has a dairy allergy. She was in heaven knowing she could have a nice treat like everyone else. The foods are always kept either hot or cold and none in our group was sick at any point during the vacation. We ate all our breakfasts at the main buffet and most of our lunches at the pool snack bar. Because the Piscis snack bar is smaller it doesn’t offer as much selection but there was always something good to eat. Most days the food was good but one day we found our hamburgers undercooked. This is the best place though to enjoy nachos & cheese, guacamole and salsa. Salads were also very good here.

A-LA-CARTES: We ate twice at The Portofino-Italian – very good. The Tequila-Mexican - not so good. It seemed as if they were short staffed and the host/hostess service was very disorganized. The Mikado-Japanese – the show was very good but my food was burned so I didn’t like it as much. Others in my party however liked their meal. Since we have small children we only used 4 a-la-cartes even though we had 8 during our stay. Seafood is not something we enjoy and most of the other restaurants had seafood as a major portion of the menu. The buffet more than met our needs and we actually enjoyed our meals there.

SERVICE: The waiters and waitresses along with the chefs and bartenders all work very hard. I cannot tell you how impressed I was with the staff and how nice and friendly some of them can be. Tipping is not expected but is appreciated by the staff. Your service will not suffer if you choose not to tip but please be kind to the staff. Generally our service was very good. These people work harder than most in the industry anywhere. I only encountered one rude waiter but perhaps he was having a bad day. Too bad that was on our last morning.

BEACH: The shuttles will take you to Coba beach. The last time I was in Mexico was before the hurricane. I knew the beaches had been battered so I wasn’t expecting a great beach. The sand is a little coarse and we knew that so we all had water shoes. If you have sensitive feet I highly recommend bringing them. The kids had a great time playing in the sand and wading in the water with fish. We went out snorkeling and saw many different species of fish, an eel, a stingray, and turtles. The water is quite shallow and you can stand up everywhere in-between the two piers. I never swam further than the buoys which protect both swimmers and the reef. My husband saw the eel and stingray. We both were lucky to see the turtle.

We brought along lifejackets and my 4 year old loved jumping around in the water watching large fish swim by her feet. What an experience for a little girl from the prairies! There are a few crabs hanging around the sand bags and they were fun to see too. Further south near the Akumal beach there are tide pools you can explore. Some very interesting creatures live in there and for me seeing a brittle star was fascinating. Maybe when the girls get older it would be fun to walk on the rocks to see more.

TOURS/EXCURSIONS: As a group we booked a van and paid $100 US return to go to XCARET-an ecological park. This was my fourth time and I still love it. They are always adding new things and my 2 year old still talks about the Mayan fireball hockey. If you go, stay for the night show. It’s worth the price of admission alone. Cost for adults is $69. Children under 40” are free.

On another day we took the collectivos into Playa Del Carmen. The cost is 30 pesos each and you catch them near the highway just south of the hacienda. If you hold your children on your lap they are free. We asked our driver to drop us off at the Walmart. Sunscreen is cheaper here at $7 US a bottle compared to $17 at the resort. Most souvenirs are cheaper on 5th Avenue, which is only 3 long blocks away. 5th Avenue is the major tourist shopping area of Playa Del Carmen. Prices are competitive and we bought the girls a sombrero for $10 US. Shop around for the best deals. Be sure to know where to catch the collectivo back to the hotel. It’s a bit of a walk to find the pick-up point. Using the collectivos are great if you can’t afford a taxi but they’re a little dangerous. Going back to the resort, you are dropped off on the southbound side of the highway and you have to run very fast across the lanes to get back to the hotel. I’m hoping in time a pedestrian walkway will be built to make using collectivos safer.

Another day we took a taxi to Akumal Bay. We knew it was a great place to do some snorkeling and see turtles. Our taxi driver charged us $15 US but dropped us off at Yal-Ku which is further down the road. Long story short, we started walking back to Akumal Bay and a nice tour driver picked us up for nothing and dropped us off at the right spot. Akumal Bay is gorgeous and worth a little trip down the road. We were told Nicholas Cage owns one of the homes along the coast and it’s not hard to see why.

My husband and father went snorkeling about 30 feet from shore where they saw turtles, some larger blue fish, a gazillion others and a barracuda. Our visit to the bay was a nice change of scenery and we enjoyed meeting others on the beach. Too bad no one from home knew we would be there since I’m sure we were on the webcam for quite a while. The webcam is mounted on the roof of a cyber café on the beach.

On our second last day we took the girls to Tulum by collectivo. I was on a mission to find a specific Mayan calendar, which I never found. Cost to get into the ruins was 51 pesos. We paid 20 pesos/adult to ride the transportation to the ruins from the shopping area. It’s worth it with little kids and definitely is a must for older travelers or those with mobility concerns. The ruins have changed since I’ve been there too. A nice addition is the bathrooms at the entrance. The ruin site is very hot so bring hats, sunscreen and water. They’ve roped off a large area around the main castle and you can no longer walk to the beach on the north side of the ruins. The girls have some great memories of Tulum and the papantla flyers at the shopping area. We also took our photos with a man and woman dressed as Mayan warriors. Don’t forget to leave a tip.

NOTES ABOUT KIDS: There are many children at the resort. The pools do not have a specific area for kids but have a nice circular shallow section at one end of the activities pool. Bring some inflatable pool toys as the ones you can buy are very expensive. Pack lots of sunscreen-you’ll use more than you think. Don’t forget hats and make them wear it. It doesn’t take long to get sunburn. The beach is great for little ones and is very calm between the two piers. We passed along some sand toys to a little girl from Portugal and she was so gracious. Forget about scheduled naps or bedtime. If you don’t you won’t enjoy your vacation. Ask about the children’s shows as signage is lacking at the hotel for evening entertainment. We finally made it to a children’s character show on our 2nd last night. It was fun and the staff made cotton candy for the kids. One thing I wish we had brought was plastic straws for drinks. Since everything is glass at the main restaurants the straws would come in handy. Not all restaurants, snack bars or bars have straws. We brought along Shout and liquid tide to wash stained shirts etc. The kid’s club has a nice swing set and slide. They also have a busy bead room, which the kids enjoyed. The club has small child sized bathroom fixtures which makes using the potty a lot easier. We never left our kids at the club but it was nice to let them play there for part of their day. One last comment – if you have little ones who are not potty trained, please bring swim diapers. We left a pool because a family decided swim diapers on their baby was not mandatory.

I know I have lots more to add but already this review is too long. In a way I wished we didn’t stay for two weeks. Coming back to real life is a hard adjustment. The mojitos are not the same and it’s impossible to find those cacahuates japonese. We became addicted to those crunchy covered peanuts offered in the lobby.

Have a great trip to those of you who are planning to stay at the GBP Coba!

  • Stayed March 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 27, 2009

The Coba is a beautiful resort full of warm hard working people ready to cater to your every need. I read reviews daily for 3 months before going. I suggest doing the same especially if you've never been out of the country or at a all-inclusive resort before.
Ride to the hotel: kinda long-non stop transfer through Apple Vacations (extra $30) and took about 1hr 20 min.
Check In: Quick and easy
Food: Buffets and snack bars-really good-lots of variety-Seafood ala carte/not so good-to fancy for my taste-didn't like the choices
I was disappointed that the Japaneese ala carte was closed during our stay
Drinks: Can get them anywhere-not real strong but really good-if you want to get buzzed, do shots of tequila (mixed drinks won't get you there)
Room and Grounds:Imaculate, clean and fresh-towel art is great and always plenty of towels, soaps, tissues etc.
Tipping: I didn't see a difference is service whether we tipped or not. I left $2 a day for the maid and $2-$3 for our waiter at breakfast and dinner. The people that work at this resort are very friendly, eager to please and extremely hard working. If you can afford to go on vacation then you can afford a few dollars here and there for these wonderful people. I can't say enough good things about them.
Currency: Everyone is more than happy to take American money. No need for pesos.
I loved this resort and the service we got from Apple vacations. I did learn a couple things from this trip. 1st of all, we've never gone anywhere like this before. We only went for (4) days. Need at least 6. I would opt for a resort closer to the airport next time with such a short stay. If you are looking to party, this isn't the resort. Nightly entertainment (gotta see the M.J. show) is ok but disco doesn't open until midnight and it's for the younger crowd (we're 36 and 40). The entertainment it kind of repetitive as well. I would have liked a more adult atmosphere (pools shut down @ 7pm, shows are over around 10:30-11pm). It would have been nice to party @ the pool late and perhaps had a more adult club (like I said the disco was geared for the younger crowd). With that being said, the Coba is a wonderful family resort and we had an amazing time.

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 26, 2009

This place is really a special place. Theres so much food and drink to choose from and it makes a change to go to a big all inclusive where you have many options on a night- this is what made it special for us.
The beach is amazing especially the coba/akumal area of the beach, its crystal clear with tropical fish. All the pools are fantastic- the only problem being you have to be up at 7am to lay towels down which was annoying.
We prefered the Tulum buffet, only reason being there was more to choose from but coba buffet is still excellent.
Theres shuttles buses to go around which took us a while getting used to, but its easy after a few days.
We took a taxi to tulum ruins and its beautiful, but very hot so be careful. We went to xcaret and stayed for the night show which was also good- so much walking. Definately go snorking in the underground rivers theres so much tropical fish.

The hacienda is very good with shops and bars when the hotel quietens down on a night.
We didnt see many shows but we went to the circus one which was excellent.
we will be going back in a couple of years!

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 26, 2009

Great Place !
Our 2nd time athe the Coba.
Great service, fantastic food, very friendly staff.
I strongly recommend...

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 25, 2009

The accomodations were awsome! The rooms were great. I wasn't afraid to walk around barefoot and the shower/tub was clean. The food was excellent at the buffets and restaurants. The snack bars at the pools and the midnight snack place wasn't the greatest. The beach was wonderful and it was a nice walk to get to it, not too far! The pools were nice! There were some problems finding seats. People tried to save seats by placing towels on the chairs. We waited a while and when they didn't come, we put the towels on one chair and took the other. They didn't show up at all!!!! All of the employees at the hotel were so, so nice! We spent one day at Playa del Carmen which was a fun place to visit. It took about 1-1/2 hours to get to the hotel from the airport.

  • Stayed March 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 25, 2009

We stayed at Gran Bahia Principe Coba from April 12-19.

Room was superior, compared to other all-inclusives we have experienced. King size bed. Large sitting area (table and two chairs, sofa/day bed). Jacuzzi tub with shower (great water pressure all week). Mini fridge with beer, pop and juice - restocked every day. Two large (1 litre) bottles of water provided each day. Coffee maker and coffee, replenished every day. (a bottle of Baileys provided our "must" addition for morning java on the balcony!) Air conditioning worked well, was also an overhead fan. Balcony was fairly small, with two plastic patio chairs and a small table. We were on the ground floor (no issues), all the buildings were three-storey walk-ups.

We did not drink the water in the room, but drank water in the restaurants all week (appeared the be bottled, as was the water they used to make coffee).

Maid service was excellent. We left $2 on the pillow every morning. One day she forgot facecloths and it took about 2 minutes to get replacements.

Bags delivered promptly when we arrived; we left early on Sunday morning and called for bags to be picked up - cart was there in 5 minutes.

The Gran Bahia Principe complex on the Mayan Riviera is amde up of three resorts: Coba, Akumal and Tulum. Tulum is the oldest, stretches along the beach. Akumal is newer, fronts onto the beach although a good part of it is not directly on the ocean. Coba is behind Akumal. Even the furthest villa at Coba is no more than a (pleasant, easy) 10-minute walk from the beach. And there are shuttles that run all the time.

We had access to all of the restaurants (buffet and a la carte), pools, bars, etc. at all three. So the choice among a la carte restaurants was varied. Our favourite was Mikado (Japanese restaurant at Coba). Agree with other reviews about booking early:!We waited until the morning after arrival and had to make a few compromises. Main issue was time: we ended up eating late (9:00 - 10:00pm) when we went to the a la carte restaurants. No issue, that fit our schedule ... but couples with children might have found that problematic. We also found that when we showed up an hour early, we could still get a table.

Buffets were excellent. Good variety of food, always found something we liked. Never walked away feeling disappointed. Good service at the tables at the buffet - wait staff were always prompt in providing water, drinks, coffee or taking away plates. We found the main buffet near the Coba lobby very busy in the morning, and found our way a couple of days to Cozumel buffet which was smaller but never quite so busy.

People are out early (6:30!) putting towels on poolside chairs/loungers. We could always find a chair by one of the pools if we walked around . . . but the "reserve a chair and then disappear back to bed" approach taken by most meant that by 9:00 a.m., most chairs by the pools were spoken for. So we went to the beach. Never had a problem finding a chair on the beach, even when showing up late in the morning. Especially easy when we walked up the beach toward Tulum.

It was windy when we were there, so surf was up. But there are some sheltered areas of beach for swimming, going for a dip. Thankful for sandbags (where the teenagers would stand and wait for the waves!).

Lots of bars, of course - by every pool as well as in the lobbies. We found the pool bar to be a little much (lots of very drunk people by early afternoon). Not that we mind people having a good time, we just moved down to the other end of the pool when things were wound up. Main lobby bar at Coba and Akumal before dinner in the evening was very enjoyable.

Used the gym: not a lot of equipment (one rowing machine, one cardio machine, one stationary bike, some weight equipment) but not too cramped, machines were mostly in good repair and staff were helpful.

We noticed a lot of European travellers at this resort - many from the UK as well as Italian, Spanish, German. Many Canadians, of course. But not a lot of Americans, which was a bit surprising.

Bus trip to the resort from Cancun was fine. About an hour-and-a-half, with stops at two other resorts. If you have a bus arranged with your tour operator (we were with Air Transat), exit the terminal and bear left...big buses are just around the corner, and they are pretty well signed. We stopped to ask for directions in the terminal concourse and had to extricate ourselves from a very aggressive timeshare pitch!

Would strongly recommend Alltournative if you are planning an excursion. We took the Mayan Encounter (ruins at Coba, ziplining and rapelling into a cenote); it was a great day. If you go to Coba, though - rent a bike or a Mayan 'taxi', or yo'll be jammed for time!

We'd go back to Gran Bahia Principe Coba in a second.

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed April 24, 2009

Canadians be careful with these guys. Nice resort, treat you well until something goes wrong. We unfortunately arrived on the 14th of April, Conquest vacations went bankrupt the 15th. I went to them to see what was going on. I offered to pay what Conquest owed them for the room. They stated their contract was with Conquest not us. As such they charged us the top rate they could charge us. I paid $4990 (Cdn) for the original package. The Bahia Coba made us paid $5,690 just for the rooms. There was no negotiating with them. I told them this was extortion. I asked what would happen if I didn't have the money to pay. They told me they would help me reach friends and family to get the money from them (nice help hey!). I was told if we didn't pay they would not allow us to check out and would call the police. As I said I had no problem paying them what was owed to them for the room, even though they were the ones that extended credit to Conquest. But they would not go for that. They charged us the rack rates. These guys are crooks. Also once they knew we didn't have a rep at the hotel representing us the service went down hill. They did nothing to help us. I asked to use their computers so I could find out what was going on and what other resorts where doing, they would not let me until I paid what they demanded. We compared stories with other Conquest victims when we were waiting at the airport to get out of Mexico, Coba was not the worst but they were defiantly up there.
Oh yeah, a la carte restaurants were great, buffet sucked.
Good Luck

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled with family
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 1 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 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
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 Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#4 Casino Hotel in Akumal
#5 Spa Hotel in Akumal
#6 Top resorts Hotel in Akumal
#6 On the Beach Hotel in Akumal
#7 Family Hotel in Akumal
#8 Romantic Hotel in Akumal
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Hotel Class:3.5 star — Grand Bahia Principe Coba 3.5*
Number of rooms: 1080
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Facilities and services 2 lake-style pools 3 Jacuzzis Large sun terrace and gardens with sun umbrellas and loungers Pool and beach towel service BAHIA SPA (additional charge) Sports facilities: gym, 5 tennis courts, basketball court, bicycles Motorised sports (additional charge) Water activity centre Entertainment amphitheatre WiFi access in the lobby (1h per day free of charge) Buffet restaurant 4 a la carte restaurants 7 Bars 2 Snack bar Riviera Maya Golf Club: 18 long holes and 9 executive holes with lakes, natural wells and Mayan forest. Hacienda Dona Isabel: karaoke bars, shows, live music and disco Rooms 1080 rooms including 4 types: Superior Junior Suite, Club Golden Junior Suite, Family Junior Suite and Master Family Suite. Room facilities: Two full size beds or a king size bed Sitting area with sofa Fully-equipped bathroom with hydromassage bath tub, shower, wash basin, magnifying mirror and hair dryer Bathroom amenities Balcony or terrace Air conditioning Ceiling fan Telephone Radio alarm clock Flat screen satellite TV Mini-bar Coffee-making facilities Safe (additional charge) Ironing set Terrace Wifi Family Junior Suites and Master Family Suites the perfect choice for families, including: All the facilities and services of a Junior Suite Bathrobes and slippers for all the family for use during your stay Children's bath kit Welcome basket with sweets Mini-bar with juices, shakes, milk and soft drinks for children Two fully independent connecting rooms (Master Family Suites) Club Golden Junior Suites Children Bahia Scouts Children can enjoy a range of specially-tailored facilities: Children's pool Mini Club with daytime activities Evening Mini Disco Bahia Scouts Water Park Teen's Club (11 - 16 years) Baby Station Other services On-site miniature railway providing access to all facilities Medical service (additional charge) Pharmacy (additional charge) Personalised diet option for celiacs and diabetics Cash point Specialised service for organising weddings, events and anniversaries Casino ... more   less 
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