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The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta
Ranked #11 of 27 Hotels in Nuevo Vallarta
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Phoenix, AZ
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29 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 57 helpful votes
“Could be Perfect, but far from it”
2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 20, 2013

Overall, we had a good vacation... but the resort was completely hit or miss, with lots of misses.
Pro's:
- Beautiful, lush grounds
- Lots of fun golf carts and routes to get around the grounds. Although not 100% easy to figure out which one goes where (for example, they have two #1 routes).
- Huge pools. A faster lazy river. A huge water slide. Two wave pools. And a cute kids water park. Could be perfect if the water is heated in the other 90% of the water. So no one really played except for in one VERY crowded part of the pool.
- Fun activities crew.
- Excellent (but expensive) food at the Gong (Asian) and Epazote (Mexican).
- The wrist bands have RF ID and work as the key to your room. No more lost key cards. Wicked awesome!
- Nice gym. If it didn't close 45 minutes early (note the book said hours were 6 am to 11 pm, my husband got kicked out at 10:15 after they told him they had already let him stay 15 extra minutes).

Con's:
- Check in process took over 90 minutes. Bell boys remove luggage from the car in a central area for all of the resorts (Grand Mayan, Mayan Palace, Bliss, and Luxe) and place on carts, to take to golf carts, to put on carts, to take to the room. In the mean time, guests walk about a tenth of a mile, which is not bad if you don't have little kids and senior citizens with arthritis. Then you take a golf cart, kind of cool. You get to the Grand Mayan lobby and it was hot. I mean no air conditioning, lots of stinky people in line, HOT. After waiting and waiting, it was finally our turn. We had two units we requested together. We ended up on the same floor, but opposite ends of the building. Whatever. I guess he "tried". After $1000 hold being placed on the credit cards. We were told to wait in another line for our keys. This "line" for the wrist bands was the first place they tried to tell us we had to take a tour to get our keys. The kids were screaming, it was hot and stuffy. The senior citizens were dizzy. Finally she agreed to just get the wrist bands activated. All in all, only 1.5 hours gone from vacation.
- Incessive interruptions to take a timeshare presentation. Calling at 9:30 at night to wake us and our little on up. Early in the morning. We finally just left the phone off the hook. Add that even the waitor at to the pool restaurant told us we needed to take it. Note, having previously been on a Mayan Group presentation in which I felt violated and yelled at (see review for Puerto Penasco Mayan Palace), I would never waste ANY of my precious vacation with them.
- Food at Samba, the pool, and Tramonto (Italian) was expensive, and frankly really bad.
- Most of the restaurant servers and house keepers seemed disgruntled. Generally in bad moods. And sometimes we had turn down service, sometimes we didn't. There was no schedule.
- Many of the trails on the resort randomly end. The signage is wrong is many places. We thought we were following the path to the Luxe for dinner, but it randomly dumped on to another path. As we were following it, we got yelled at by an employee for being in an employee only area. I explained there were NO signs. And we were just trying to get to the Luxe. He was rude and told us to just take the carts. It is the only way. (Which is BS, I found the way later the next day... you just have to go through the lobby of the Bliss OR stay on the beach).
- We realized we would probably get a back view... but the view was terrible. Literally, the park garage and jack hammering from sun up to sun down.
- The Sunday night party woke up pretty much everyone on the back of the building between 12:30 AM and continued to 5:00 AM. The front desk reply was there is nothing they can do about it.
- Only about 10% of the pool waters was heated. And in the winter, the unheated water it too cold (take your breath away, knives in the chest cold) to enjoy. So most of their great pools were abandoned. The kids didn't play on the water slides more than a few minutes, the wave pool empty, folks shivering on the lazy river. Which meant that ALL of the guests were packed into a very small area of the pool, fighting over chairs. Ridiculous.
- The actual bed is hard. My husband slept on the couch.
- Checkout took another 45 minutes. It was interesting EVERY person checking out had one bottle of water added to their check erronously. Which took time to get off the bill. They couldn't do check out the night before. And in the mean time, a staff of about half a dozen are just sitting and playing on their phones in that hot hot lobby.

Room Tip: Try to get a room on the ocean front. Take your phone off the hook to avoid requests to take a time...
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with family
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Socialmediamanager1, Gerente at The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta, responded to this review, August 5, 2013
Dear Katie2275:
We are grateful for your taking the time to write a review about your experience while staying with us. We are delighted to find out you and your loved ones enjoyed many of our facilities. Comments like yours enable our continued pursuit of improvement for perfection on our daily performance.

We generally receive very favorable comments about our staff and the service they provide; unfortunately in this instance, it would appear that is not the case. Our goal is to make each one of our guests’ vacations relaxing and we look to please them by making sure they receive all the benefits they are expecting to enjoy during their vacation. With that in mind, your feedback will be shared with all the appropriate areas in order to ensure they all have accurate information to make your stay - since the moment you check-in, an overall pleasant experience.

We hope to have an opportunity to welcome you back in the future to truly impress you with what we have to offer at The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta.

Warmest regards,
The Grand Mayan Management
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Windsor, Colorado, United States
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 20, 2013

The hotel is clean, and the accommodations are nice, however I found the customer service lacking. After paying $95 for a week of Internet service which I needed to keep up with email from work, the wifi was spotty and seemed to work intermittently every day. Since most days it work after about ten minutes of waiting, I didn't complain at first, until it finally did not work altogether. Then I had to spend over 35 minutes on the phone with their technician, as he tried to get it working again. After he finally got it working, I elained how this had been happening every day, but this particular day was the worst. He apologized, and said he would get me a 50% discount on the service. Nice. Except it never happened. When I asked about it again, I was told I needed to fill out an "incident report.". Pain in the a-- I'm thinking, but what the heck, I've already wasted over an hour of my vacation on this. So I fill out the incident report, and am told the credit will be applied at check out. Right before check out, I check again with the concierge, who checks her computer, and says the credit has been applied. My husband goes to check out. Many incidentals you may not expect are on the bill, and but no credit - still $95 for spotty wifi. Really not interested in wasting more time on this!
Also, they want you to stay on site, so you have to walk a little over half a mile to catch a cab. Not so bad leaving the premises, but if you come back carrying all your goods from shopping, it is another pain in the (you know)! A cab driver later told us this is a recent change by management, and they previously allowed cabs to come up to the hotel lobby. We won't be going back.

  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Socialmediamanager1, Gerente at The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta, responded to this review, August 5, 2013
Dear C0l0rad0traveler22:
Thank you so much for commenting about your stay. We are glad you enjoyed the cleanliness of the hotel as well the accommodations.

All the same, we are disappointed that we were unable to meet your expectations to the fullest. This will be addressed by the appropriate areas as we always work hard to have a clear communication with our honored guests.

Should you wish to discuss this highly exceptional occurrence further, please feel free to contact us at customerservice@grandmayan.com.mx.
We appreciate your feedback and look forward to hosting you again at our The Grand Mayan!

Warm regards,
The Grand Mayan Management.
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 17, 2013

We took our family (9 adults and 2 young children) to the Grand Mayan to celebrate the New Year. We wisely chose to book 3 studios and one 2 bedroom unit. The 3 studios faced the back of the building and the 2 bedroom suite that we shared with our daughter faced the ocean.

The rooms are very nice and we had plenty of space in our unit when the kids stopped by.

I wouldn't recommend this hotel for a couples vacation, there are way too many screaming children in the hallways and in the rooms to make it a romantic vacation.

It worked out well for our purposes as one of our daughters and her husband came with their 2 young children but our other kids complained about the noise early in the morning. Make sure you ask for a room that isn't next to a living room!

The service overall was very good. The maids service is excellent! We did a bit of shopping at Walmart and they somehow lost a bag of our groceries when the bellboy dropped off the containers to our room. The front desk manager was very helpful and quickly offered to reimburse us for whatever we felt was missing.
Even though we do not own at the Grand Mayan, we were never bothered by anyone trying to get us to go to a timeshare presentation and the hotel gave us discounted pricing for all our activities.
The restaurants on the property are good but nothing gourmet. The prices are pretty much what you would expect to pay in the US or Canada.
After doing the math, we decided that this was still a better deal cost wise (we ate out every day) than going to an all inclusive over the holidays.

  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with family
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Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
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4 reviews
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 16, 2013

Most things have been covered over and over, I will just point out a few things I noticed this trip, which took place January 5 - January 12 2013.

We only own one week at Grand Bliss so we were bumped to the back of the Grand Mayan building on this busy week. Our view was of the employee entrance and employee parking garage. It was interesting, but often loud. Car alarms and occasionally loud Mexican music woke us up.

The wave machine on the lazy river was not working at any point during the week.

The food prices seem to get higher every time I am here, "The Burger Custom Made,": a fancy burger joint at the Grand Luxxe, sells burgers that begin in the low $20 range and hit $40 - no fries and no sides, those are $10 a piece.

The servers in Santuario, the new entrance area/bar/taxi stand, are below average. It appears they took their skinniest Mexican girls and told them to be cocktail waitresses without providing any training.

Overall I still love the place.

Room Tip: Own a lot of weeks or you'll be looking at the parking garage all week.
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with family
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Bellingham, Washington
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 15, 2013

We upgrade from the Mayan Palace (you can read my review over there to see how we got to this point) and I'm glad we did.
We are owners in another timeshare company, so I never expected ocean views or first class service that I get from my own hotels. When we arrived at the Grand Mayan, it was from initial check in from the Mayan Palace and things weren't quick or smooth, but eventually all the information was transferred over and we received our bracelets, made a reservation for the timeshare presentation (which we were compelled to follow through with since they upgraded us from a gutted hotel) and made our way to our 3rd floor room - facing the Santuarium. It took HOURS for us to get our luggage delivered to our room, so if I could do anything different, that would be it. By the time we had our luggage (so we could change into vacation clothes from our Seattle-cold-weather-travel-clothes) it was too late to hit any restaurant for food. I don't know why it took hours to get luggage across the parking lot, but I'll tell you it wasn't a one-time mixup. When we checked out at 10am, they stored our luggage to have it waiting for us at the curb at 1:30pm (does it take 3 hours to get luggage across the complex) and they STILL took 45 minutes beyond that. Next time we'll just transport our luggage ourselves.

The Santuarium was awesome. It's an open air entertainment center with drinks and entertainment. Singers, dancers, piano players, sax players, sand artists - it changes every night and is a GREAT way to experience something new without it costing a dime! You can dance if you want or just sit back and watch the entertainment. The Johnny Depp character was hilarious and funny to talk to.

The resort is fabulous and if you get a chance to upgrade from the Mayan Palace you will NOT be disappointed. We were there the first week of January and we heard the pools were cold, but they weren't bad at all. Interestingly enough, if you start at the swim up bar..it's kinda of chilly. But when you walk the pool all the way to the kids/family pool, it gets warmer and warmer. Try all the pools, you won't be disappointed. We never had a hard time finding a place to sit because there are seats everywhere. The grounds are beautiful but it took me 5 days of walking it before I wasn't completely lost. Not that it matters, walking around is worth the trip. It is not a resort for the disabled, since you have to walk everywhere and no place is close by another. But we are young and active and we loved exploring the landscape.
The wave pool is for kids. It's 4 feet deep at it's deepest, but if you want something easier than the waves on the ocean, this is great. The water slide looks simple, but it's surprisingly fun to go down on inner tubes. The lazy river is as great as everyone says and it's the real reason why we upgraded.

The food is expensive and I didn't eat a single thing that made me think it was worth the price. In fact, after snacking on nachos one afternoon, we both felt so icky and heavy that we didn't even attempt to eat dinner that night. The last night we were there, we decided to eat at the Italian place right by the main entrance, and one bottle of wine and an entry that we split ran us over $50. Honestly..not worth it. And what is with the price of wine in Mexico? Crazy.
Happy hour is from 11-1 only (at the inner pools) and 12-2 at the beach. Considering a daquiri costs $8 normally, this is the only time it's reasonable to order drinks here.
So do what we did: (and it's sneaky but smart). We went to the grocery store (which I can't remember the name of, but the taxi drivers know and it's a block in front of Walmart. Awesome place) and bought all our alcohol and mixers for super cheap. We packed an insulated shopping bag from the states - filled it with ice from the ice machine and took our drinks secretly to the beach and pools. We mixed, for example, rum and cokes in a coke bottle so it looked like soda. Then we saved any plastic cups (they serve the same ones from all the bars in the resort) and just refilled those from our supply. Super cheap and nobody really cared.

We rather like bargaining with beach vendors, but these ones are all hired by the Mayan complex and they work out of the beach flea market. You aren't going to be able to haggle too much with them, but they are fun in their own way. I lost my sunglasses in the waves and had to buy a new pair. Then we bought a personalized band to hold them on my head from one of the vendors. He was so nice and sat and talked to us while he made my name on the band, and we learned some useful spanish words.

The rooms are gorgeous and the housekeeping is amazing. We had a one bedroom that had the dipping pool on the deck, but it never got any sun and it was cold so we never really used it. Our view over the Santuarium was just fine. It let us know when the music was starting and time to get moving!! The walk to the taxis, etc is long if you aren't active. The beds are hard. REALLY hard. We never have a problem sleeping on vacations because we are active and tired at the end of the day, but these were really some of the most uncomfortable we found. Maybe it was the pillows? We took some spare ones out from the livingroom and they were a little better. Also: you can hear the neighbors just fine (or more accurately...they can hear YOU, if you know what I mean). Maybe it's the marble that bounces sound around. The doors slamming from the next door or across the hall units are quite audible as well. It's not horrible, but we put extra towels along the bottom of the doors connecting next door and the main door to the hallway. It helped a TON.

We also used the city bus to get into the Malecon which is fantastic and about 50 cents/person each way. FAR better than the $35 taxi ride you'd take. However, you have to walk alllll the way to the Sea Gardens and you can't do that through the resort. You have to take the street. It's a bit of a wait, but if you're saving money, the bus is the way to go. Make sure you look for "centro" and "DIRECTO" on the bus otherwise you'll be on that thing for about 2 hours. You'll know you found the right bus stop when there are more gringos than nationals.

We went through the presentation and we expected awful things. It wasn't so bad, really. They called me 3 times (in the morning) to make sure we were going and that was annoying, but not unexpected.
I didn't turn over my credit card and I stuck to my guns that I was NOT buying and there was nothing they could do to break me out of my current timeshare with another company. It took a solid 4 hours and sometimes it felt sketchy as we moved through 6 different people. But in the end, we kept our upgrade , we got a measly 10% discount on our bill and we never got bothered again. We never had plans to buy, so we both approached the presentation in a humorous way (let's see what pitches they'll try..) and we didn't have any other plans that day. Not a big deal.

I would honestly stay at this resort again. At one point in the presentation, they made us sign a promise (since we weren't buying) to not return again in 5 years which I found amusing. Are they really going to deny our business? Maybe they will..we'll try in Cancun or something :)

We enjoyed every moment of the pool, the beach (it wasn't easy to find a chair, but then again, this is January and maybe that's why) and the Santuarium. I wouldn't eat at any of the restaurants if I can avoid it unless you have a bunch of money to spare. The bellboys are great for suggestions on where to eat in town. We also spent a day in Bucerias which is a cute place but if you think the flea market in downtown Puerto Vallarta is bad...this place will drive you crazy. Also, look out for the guy who has a mirror on the ground pointing up under women's skirts. Make a game out of seeing if you can find him. He's there.
Bucerias is high pressure and small, so don't plan on a whole day. The food is great, though and it was worth the taxi trip.

I would return. I would love to bring the kids next time because they'd love the pools.

Room Tip: Buy your drinks at the grocery store and sneak them to the beach in soda bottles.
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Oakland, California
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 14, 2013

I read many of the tripadvisor reviews for the Grand Mayan & had a good idea of what to expect before I booked my room. Some of the bad things written about the Hotel are true, but the good far outweigh the bad if you can deal with the few negatives. I am not a timeshare owner, but rented someone elses 2 bedroom suite for a week through grandmayan.net during the second week of January 2013.

When you arrive at the Grand Mayan, you will need to give your luggage to the bellboys, walk from the parking lot over to the Santuarium (an open nightclub resort area) & take a shuttle to the entrance of the Hotel. This seemed like a minor inconvenience, but wasnt bad once you got used to it. There was also the option of walking the distance of about one block from the Santuarium to the Hotel if you preferred. The overall size of the resort seems overwhelming at first, but was easy to get oriented once you walked around a bit.

The line to check in wasnt bad & the overall process took about 15 or 20 minutes total. The timeshare sale was my biggest fear, since I had read many reviews about how awful it was & I knew to expect it. Once you finish with check in, they require you to meet with a salesperson to get your wrist bracelet, which serves as your room key. When we met with the salesperson, we were informed that since we are not timeshare holders, the presentation was optional. We politely listened to a few minutes of the benefits being offered if we agreed to the presentation, quickly declined & requested to cut the meeting short so we could go to our room. The salesperson was courteous & polite, gave us our wristbands & let us go. When we asked if it was necessary to wear the wristbands the whole time, she informed us we could take them off but we needed to keep them with us for identification & room access, which was reasonable. The sales staff persisted by calling us the following morning at about 8:30 am & even though I requested them not to call back again, they continued to call the next day. Since a daily early morning wake up call became very annoying after 2 days, my solution was to disconnect all of the phones in the room.

We rented a 2 bedroom suite which was very nice, but one of the rooms did have a very musty odor almost like sewage gas when we walked in. This seemed to be due to either the air conditioner or a plumbing chaseway access door that was in one of the bathrooms. Either way, our solution was to turn off the A/C, open all of the windows to let the room air out & keep the bathroom doors closed. Leaving the A/C off did'nt bother us much since the temperature was in the low 80's, but would have been a major inconvenience during the hot summer months. The beds are definitely hard as a rock, but we slept fine.

The grounds are very beautiful, with a nice open nightclub atmosphere at the Santuarium, many different swimming pools with plenty of open lawnchairs & sunbeds, pretty walkways, attractive landscaping & a nice beach nearby. The lazy river is fantastic & the waterslides & kids play area are great! There are lots of activities for kids & adults, plenty of places to explore & we never had a problem with any of the resort facilities. The service is excellent & the staff are very friendly. The housecleaning does a great job, there is lots of security, the bellboys & valet parking were all very professional.

The ongoing construction is good & bad. The good is that many new things are being built, the bad is that they start jackhammering at 9 am in the morning each day for about 3 hours. I am not sure why this couldnt have been postponed until later in the day at a hotel where people are trying to sleep in, but there are a few poor management decisions that became noticeable with the small details. I am going to give them the benefit of the doubt that these things are temporary & that more improvements are on the way, although between the sales phone calls & early jackhammering a pair of earplugs would have came in handy.

Since I knew not to expect an ocean front room, our view of the backside of the hotel was actually quite nice. We were overlooking the golf course, Santuarium & estuary, which looks like it will be very pretty when the construction is completed. You could also enjoy the sunsets facing the beach from a viewing window they had in the elevator lobbies.

We found the food to be average at the few resort restaurants we tried, so we decided to buy breakfast items at Walmart & eat dinner in Puerto Vallarta, which saved money & gave us an opportunity to enjoy more local fare. We had great meals at Melissas's, Los Adelitas, Victor's Place & El Set restaurants.

Since check out time was at 10 am in the morning, I decided to check out the night before to save time. They had given us a notice that early check out could be done between the hours of 6-8pm, but when I went to the front desk at 10 pm, they gladly took care of my check out the night before with no lines & presented me with a clear, accurate bill of my expenses. It was very convenient & I was pleased with the overall simplicity of the check in & check out process.

Overall, I enjoyed my stay at the Grand Mayan, made some great memories with my family & really had a great time. Knowing in advance of what negative things to expect from reading the tripadvisor reviews made my experience more relaxing. I would recommend the Grand Mayan to anyone who can tolerate the minor inconveniences that come along with the experience. We had a very nice vacation & I would gladly go back again in the future.

Room Tip: Disconnect your phone to avoid early morning wake up sales calls.
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with family
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Ottawa, Canada
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 10, 2013

It is nothing short of amazing how this resort has developed its natural resources into a spectacular landscaped garden with spectacular walkways and great views. The spaciousness of the suites and public areas contribute to providing a peaceful setting.
Service is impeccable - and the positive attitude by staff in all positions is genuine. The food atthe restaurants is well presented and very tasty, with prices that compare with high-end eateries in town. We particularly enjoyed the new Mexican restaurant that opened - Epazote.

The hotel has a great water park with lazy river and a wave pool and offers guests an opportunity to participate in the release of turtle hatchlings to the ocean in season. All great fun!

Suites either face the ocean or the golf course - ask for an ocean view, which also provides views of the sunset.

Room Tip: Ask for an ocean view. This is a timesahre resort - you will be approached to attend a presentation...
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Property: The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta
Address: Av Paseo de las Moras s/n | Fracc. Nautico Turistico, Nuevo Vallarta 63735, Mexico
Location: Mexico > Pacific Coast > Nayarit > Riviera Nayarit > Nuevo Vallarta
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Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#7 Top resorts Hotel in Nuevo Vallarta
#7 Luxury Hotel in Nuevo Vallarta
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Hotel Class:4 star — The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta 4*
Number of rooms: 795
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