The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta

Av Paseo de las Moras s/n, Fracc. Nautico Turistico , Nuevo Vallarta, 63735

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Overview

The Grand Mayan is part of the Vidanta chain of expansive resorts found in Mexico. Of its five properties, the Nuevo Vallarta location is its most popular and the largest at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta. The others include Santuario, the Grand Bliss, Mayan Palace, La Plaza and the Grand Luxxe Towers. As a large resort, guests can enjoy the entire property for botanical walks. Dining can be found at 20 restaurants across the property. Guests enjoy multiple pools, an aqua water for kids, live music, live shows and family-friendly programs. A Kid’s Club is available for ages 5 to 12, and parents will love the spa, Nicklaus-designed golf course and shopping. Master Rooms with a king bed and living area can accommodate a family of four. The Grand Mayan suite, a one-bedroom offering, can sleep six with a king bed in the bedroom and a living room, kitchen and dining area. Two-bedroom Grand Mayan Master Suites feature two king bedrooms and a living room, kitchen and dining table that sleeps eight.

Our Editor Loves

  • Kid's Club for ages 5 to 12
  • Multiple pools
  • Ample onsite family dining

Family Amenities

  • Children Programs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Grand Luxxe

by Alejandro B

Stayed at the Grand Luxxe, Tower 6, from 7/5/19 to 7/12/19. Everything was amazing. Especially, our 3rd Floor concierge, German Pinedo, as well as the Alejandra Huerta, concierge sky, and the Fun Squad, Cesar and Osiris. Highly recommend this place.

Confusing

by LightPacker16157

Too many departments, a lot of hidden causes, nothing in black and white explained to us when check in, too many departments, sales, front desk, concierge, travel agent, often times we don’t know who we should talk to. Mostly Spanish speaking

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