Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Hotel & Spa

Address: Carretera Federal Cancun-Tulum, Zona Costera, Km. 256.3, Akumal, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780 , Mexico | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on Carretera Federal Cancun-Tulum, Zona Costera, Km. 256.3, Akumal, is near Half Moon Bay and ATV Explorer Jungle Tour.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Sirenis Riviera Maya Hotel & Spa Akumal

      Reviewed by leaste

      lovely family holiday!!

      Reviewed May 21, 2013
      by (1 review) Mansfield , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      A week ago my family a group of 8 stayed at this hotel for two weeks. We had a lovely holiday, the hotel is wow and overall we were very well looked after.
      Towards the end we were picking slight faults out of it but nothing that would stop us returning again. I dont think that we could stay in any hotel without picking a few slight things that could of been better because there is always room for improvement!!:-))
      The food was very good, great choice and good selection of a la carte restaurants. Our fave being the steakhouse.
      All in all a very good hotel :-)

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      Playa del Carmen, Mexico

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Hotel & Spa Akumal

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Akumal

      Sea Turtles n Cenotes

      A travel blog entry by debndarren on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment, 53 photos

      ... bay. Akumal is famous for turtles and they come ashore to lay their eggs, theres lots of nests marked on the beach so people dont step on them. They will be hatching in the next few months and we reckon we should stay and make sure they make it to the water. haha
      This region is known as the Yucatan Peninsular and all over are Cenotes (pronounced - Sen-o-tee) they are underground streams, billabongs and small rivers with caves, apparently its one of the best places in the world for ...

      Mexico-Pyramids, Playa and Passouts

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Aug 08, 2014

      34 photos

      ... just by turquoise waters and powder beaches of Tulum. This was the last to be abandoned after the Spanish conquest. The place was thought to be a port city and it's original name meant dawn. We could only visit in the heat of the day and tourists and iguanas alike were skitting from one patch of shade to the other. Our reprieve, was a boat ride and snorkel in the sea just in front of the ruins. All through out of travels in South and Central America we kept saying we wanted ...

      Day 21: Tulum Ruins & Santa Fe Beach

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 24, 2013

      25 photos

      ... unfortunately the pizza chef was on a day off. So we found another place for Holly to have quesadillas, the usual and I was still full from lunch so I had some French fries. Yum! After dinner we walked back past all the shops and I got my bargain face on. I bought a pair of pants for half the initial price, they are cool fishermen type loose baggy pants. I also bought a dress, some bracelets & two guitars for the little girls. Holly managed to get he Frida Kohler bag ...

      Time for some fun!

      A travel blog entry by abalzer on Mar 31, 2012

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... The opening we entered through curled around the edge of land for a short ways and then we entered the cave. Some parts of the cave were narrow and low, one swimmer at a time and don't lift your head out of the water without first checking with your hand to make sure there is not low rocks that you could hit your head on. Once we were all in the cave it opened up and we could look around. It was way cool, stalactites ...

      Hanging on a beach with temple ruins

      A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jun 06, 2010

      27 photos

      ... there than in Costa Rica). I spent weeks researching rental properties looking for an ocean front home on a bay with a plunge pool. Finally we found the perfect house. We were 2.25 hours south of Cancun and about 15 minutes north of Tulum. Nobody (and I mean nobody) pestered us on our beach. every so often an occasional person would walk by but that might have been three times the entire week. It ...

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      Playa del Carmen, Mexico