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BlueBay Grand Esmeralda
Ranked #97 of 209 Hotels in Playa del Carmen
Vancouver
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“Wonderful Vacation”
Reviewed 15 September 2008

Just returned from a week at the Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda. We were a little apprehensive after reading some of the reviews but our fears were groundless.
From the moment we checked in we were treated like royalty, nothing was too much trouble for the hard working staff. The rooms were spotless and the maids did a great job every day. The food in all the restaurants was great, we particularly liked the French and Italian, although the seafood/steakhouse and the buffets were fantastic too.
I do admit that the beach isn't as nice as some of the others, but it is cleaned of seaweed every day and although the water isn't blue as you would expect, it's OK.
We caught the tail end of hurricane Ike, so there was always a wind blowing off the ocean. We were glad of it as it helped keep us a little cooler. This was our first trip to this area, and we packed T shirts, my advice is don't! Take loose cotton shirts instead and plenty of mosquito repellant.
We took a taxi into Playa del Carmen a couple of times in the evening. The fare was $15. each way, but if you share a cab it's half that. Playa is fun in the evening, lots of tacky shops mixed in with expensive ones and plenty of restaurants to chose from.
The spa is great, very relaxing. The treatments are comparable in price to what you would pay at any good spa. With each treatment you get a day pass to the spa pools and jacuzzi etc.
We took one trip which we booked through the resort. This was to Tulum, it was half a day and to be honest, it was long enough. Our guide took us around the ruins and explained the history and the buildings to us, and then we had about one and a half hours to ourselves before we had to catch the bus back. The beach is wonderful there so take your swimsuits. We met people who had gone to Chichen Itza and they said it was too long a day, mostly taken up with travelling.
All in all, our week at the BBGE was fantastic and we are going back again next February.

  • Liked — Everything
  • Disliked — The beach
  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 September 2008

We have just returned from a MOST WONDERFUL TWO WEEK HOLIDAY at the Blue Bay Grand Esmerelda, Playa del Carmen. We were greeted with smiles & red roses for the ladies and taken to our rooms via little golf cars, each block of rooms has it own Conciege averaging 2/3 people who are there from 6am till 6pm every day to help with trips (with no commission) booking of restaurants and general advice if needed. The rooms were beautifly decorated, lovely furniture & cleaned well everyday, there is room service 24/7 but we never found the need for it as the food was fantastic. We couldn't fault any of the resaurants, a huge selection of meats, fresh fish, pasta, salads, fruits & plenty of puddings, all cooked beautifully and so much of it! Again very clean restaurants, service was brilliant, friendly staff and in 14 days we never had to wait for a table or service. Pools were cleaned everyday & were wonderful, always enough sun beds/loungers throughout the complex so no waking early to stick a towel down ! The surrounding bars & nature reserve were extremely well kept & staff were always friendly. Never hassled to go to time share/trips etc, loads of information within each room block so it you fancy going somewhere just ask the concierge and they will sort it. The beach was great, occassionally there were tiny black sticks from the mangroves,(not seaweed) these would come in with the tide but most days we had blue or clear water, we swam in warm waters everyday so it was never as bad as we had read. Mozzies come out around 6pm, so if your around the bar make sure you spray yourself with repellent, we did get some bites but become more aware in the second week that they visited a little earlier in the evening than expected. For the younger people there are games around the pool, volleyball on the beach & a disco on the beach every night. We thought we were fairly good party animals but the heat wiped us out & we found ourselves in our rooms (with several brandy & bailys) by 12 midnight.... lightweights. I went on this holiday with my brother & daughter (we are 40+ & she is 16) we all agreed that this was the best beach holiday ever. If you want to chill, swim, laze in the sun, eat & drink ...... take a stroll down the beach with a cocktail in your hand, this is for you. The weather was fantastic, the perfect place to lay in the mexican sun, look out over the caribbean sea and let the world go by. I WOULD GO BACK TOMORROW. Thanks you BBGE & A special thank you to my brother Richard for taking us. Hope you enjoy as much as we did. Happy holiday, Denise, Jasmin & Uncle Richard. WEST MIDLANDS, ENGLAND. UK. :-D x

  • Liked — Clean, good service, smart hotel, lovely rooms, friendly staff. extremely efficient.
  • Disliked — There was nothing to dislike.
  • Stayed August 2008, travelled with family
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed 12 September 2008

I stayed there with my new Husband for our Honeymoon. They offered us an upgrade to a suite with an Ocean View for half the price when we arrived but declined. The standard room with a garden view was very nice and a great base for the holiday.

The pool was lovely, beach was pretty but the sea was all messed up from the hurricances so had to wade out a bit for clear blue waters. Large complex set in mangroves but there were little buses which would stop and take you anywhere in the complex if you couldn't be bothered walking the 5 mins to the main bar!

Good choice of food but book the ala carte restaurants early to get a spot although the buffet is good. I loved the steak and lobster in the seafood restaurant.

The whole hotel is all inclusive it has great choice in food and drink, the staff are attentive and for the price I have not stayed anywhere better.

  • Liked — The pool and the pool bar with swings!
  • Disliked — Having to book really early the day before to get into the Seafood or Italian restaurants
  • Stayed August 2008, travelled as a couple
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Austin, TX
2 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 September 2008

My girlfriend and I recently returned from a five day stay in Playa Del Carmen. After reviewing handfuls of testimonials, pictures, etc... We decided that the Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda would be a great place to stay for the duration of our vacation.
Upon arrival to the resort, our excitement began to fade. The van-ride from the airport included several passenger drop-offs, which allowed us to briefly view a few of the resorts that we, unfortunately, did not choose. The main lobby of the Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda is an open lobby. Meaning there was no doors and, for those concerned with heat issues, no air conditioning. The immediate surroundings were a bit shy of impressive. The walls were dingy and laden with multiple scuff marks. The furnishings appeared to have been purchased at a "bargain buy" store by someone who lacked even the slightest inkling of decorative know-how. Check-in went so-so. Mainly due to the fact that our on-site travel rep was extremely aggressive, overly persistent, and highly unprofessional. I'll leave more about this individual (and the organization) in a review for Olympus Tours. The accommodations we requested were "no longer available," which placed us in a room with two doubles instead of a King. Not a major discomfort, but a discomfort nonetheless. The room rivaled the lobby in its obvious lack of proper upkeep and care. Multiple scrape and scuff marks, broken door handles, and a foul, residual odor, created by previous smoking tenants and a mildew scented a/c unit. The resort staff, up to this point, was very helpful. Prompt service, smiling faces, and an attitude that made us feel very welcome. We opted to give the room a shot, mainly due to our readiness to hit the beach! A short sixty second walk and we were on sandy shores. Our first impression, "Welcome to South Padre..." This beach, with the exception of the plethora of covered/uncovered beach chairs, was definitely not up to par. The water was brown (not blue), the shoreline was riddled with "non-barefoot friendly" rocky patches, and the heavy scent of rotting seaweed graced the air. The pools were better. The main pool, located closest to beach front, was exceptionally large. Plenty of seating was offered, along with two walk up bars (sorry, no swim-up bars here), a handful of absent minded wait staff, and water temps warm enough to remind you of a bath.
The staff started off on the right foot. They were prompt in all of their responses. They offered plenty of assistance, regardless of the nature of the issue. Unfortunately, this stellar service quickly evaporated once we settled into our room.
Mosquitos are a huge problem at this resort. The resort was built on, and around, a marsh area. The remaining marshy areas lack sufficient irrigation, which provides top notch breeding grounds for millions of pesky mosquitos. (The less than pleasant fragrance of stagnant filth water is abundant as well.) If, for some masochistic reason, this sounds like fun, be sure to take plenty of mosquito repellent. I achieved record numbers for mosquito bites within our first few hours.
You will also find handfuls of pests within your living quarters. Ants, spiders, gnats, and more mosquitos. If you remember to keep the doors shut, the a/c on, and a rolled up magazine handy you'll fare quite well.
Plan on walking everywhere. The layout of the resort is fair - poor. The few restaurants worth frequenting are located near the main lobby, which is at the furthest point from the shore. The staff is equipped with a "24 hour" concierge service if you need a ride from the base of the resort to the upper portion. Plan on walking, or calling ahead at least thirty-five - sixty minutes in advance if you need a ride. During the heat of the day many older couples may truly require a ride from the beach back up to their room. The assigned cart drivers (ninety percent of the time) act as if you, and your requests, are nothing more than a burden to them.
The food is par, but nothing spectacular. Breakfast and lunch buffets are a crap shoot. Most of the food lacks seasoning (or is over-seasoned); however, there are a few decent dishes which I enjoyed... after having downed countless beers in the smoking hot sun. Be sure to make reservations for dinner (at the resort restaurants) as early as possible, best if a day in advance. The French cuisine was easily the most delicious among those offered. No qualms. The seafood could be compared to a "going out of business, belt buster, cook-off" at a burnt out Red Lobster in the middle of the desert. The Mexican fare was par. Again, however, nothing extraordinaire. We chose to stay away from the Asian cuisine. Something about it didn't sit well. Perhaps it was related to the fact that the kitchen staff was only comprised of local individuals.
On the plus side, we met some great people there. People are everywhere though. I can't say our trip was terrible. We did have a great time, most of the time. This resort was definitely not what was advertised.
I would not recommend this resort to anyone. Unless, of course, you enjoy mosquito bites, forgetful staff, boring food, poorly kept amenities and grounds, and drab ocean views.

  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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    • Service
    • Business service (e.g., internet access)
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1 Thank mig81
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Austin, TX
2 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 September 2008

My girlfriend and I recently returned from a five day stay in Playa Del Carmen. After reviewing handfuls of testimonials, pictures, etc... We decided that the Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda would be a great place to stay for the duration of our vacation.
Upon arrival to the resort, our excitement began to fade. The van-ride from the airport included several passenger drop-offs, which allowed us to briefly view a few of the resorts that we, unfortunately, did not choose.
The main lobby of the Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda is an open lobby. Meaning there was no doors and, for those concerned with heat issues, no air conditioning. The immediate surroundings were a bit shy of impressive. The walls were dingy and laden with multiple scuff marks. The furnishings appeared to have been purchased at a "bargain buy" store by someone who lacked even the slightest inkling of decorative know-how. Check-in went so-so. Mainly due to the fact that our on-site travel rep was extremely aggressive, overly persistent, and highly unprofessional. I'll leave more about this individual (and the organization) in a review for Olympus Tours.
The accommodations we requested were "no longer available," which placed us in a room with two doubles instead of a King. Not a major discomfort, but a discomfort nonetheless. The room rivaled the lobby in its obvious lack of proper upkeep and care. Multiple scrape and scuff marks, broken door handles, and a foul, residual odor, created by previous smoking tenants and a mildew scented a/c unit. The resort staff, up to this point, was very helpful. Prompt service, smiling faces, and an attitude that made us feel very welcome.
We opted to give the room a shot, mainly due to our readiness to hit the beach! A short sixty second walk and we were on sandy shores. Our first impression, "Welcome to South Padre..." This beach, with the exception of the plethora of covered/uncovered beach chairs, was definitely not up to par. The water was brown (not blue), the shoreline was riddled with "non-barefoot friendly" rocky patches, and the heavy scent of rotting seaweed graced the air.
The pools were better. The main pool, located closest to beach front, was exceptionally large. Plenty of seating was offered, along with two walk up bars (sorry, no swim-up bars here), a handful of absent minded wait staff, and water temps warm enough to remind you of a bath.
The staff started off on the right foot. They were prompt in all of their responses. They offered plenty of assistance, regardless of the nature of the issue. Unfortunately, this stellar service quickly evaporated once we settled into our room.
Mosquitos are a huge problem at this resort. The resort was built on, and around, a marsh area. The remaining marshy areas lack sufficient irrigation, which provides top notch breeding grounds for millions of pesky mosquitos. (The less than pleasant fragrance of stagnant filth water is abundant as well.) If, for some masochistic reason, this sounds like fun, be sure to take plenty of mosquito repellent. I achieved record numbers for mosquito bites within our first few hours.
You will also find handfuls of pests within your living quarters. Ants, spiders, gnats, and more mosquitos. If you remember to keep the doors shut, the a/c on, and a rolled up magazine handy you'll fare quite well.
Plan on walking everywhere. The layout of the resort is fair - poor. The few restaurants worth frequenting are located near the main lobby, which is at the furthest point from the shore. The staff is equipped with a "24 hour" concierge service if you need a ride from the base of the resort to the upper portion. Plan on walking, or calling ahead at least thirty-five - sixty minutes in advance if you need a ride. During the heat of the day many older couples may truly require a ride from the beach back up to their room. The assigned cart drivers (ninety percent of the time) act as if you, and your requests, are nothing more than a burden to them.
The food is par, but nothing spectacular. Breakfast and lunch buffets are a crap shoot. Most of the food lacks seasoning (or is over-seasoned); however, there are a few decent dishes which I enjoyed... after having downed countless beers in the smoking hot sun. Be sure to make reservations for dinner (at the resort restaurants) as early as possible, best if a day in advance. The French cuisine was easily the most delicious among those offered. No qualms. The seafood could be compared to a "going out of business, belt buster, cook-off" at a burnt out Red Lobster in the middle of the desert. The Mexican fare was par. Again, however, nothing extraordinaire. We chose to stay away from the Asian cuisine. Something about it didn't sit well. Perhaps it was related to the fact that the kitchen staff was only comprised of local individuals.
On the plus side, we met some great people there. People are everywhere though. I can't say our trip was terrible. We did have a great time, most of the time. This resort was definitely not what was advertised.
I would not recommend this resort to anyone. Unless, of course, you enjoy mosquito bites, forgetful staff, boring food, poorly kept amenities and grounds, and drab ocean views.

  • Liked — Watching it disappear in the rearview. The Spa was nice; however, the prices were much too high for what they offered.
  • Disliked — Did you read my review?
  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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Texas
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
Reviewed 10 September 2008

Our first trip to Mexico...chose Blue Bay after seeing beautiful photos of pool and beach. The pool is very nice and large. Lots of space, some shady areas which are taken very early in the morning. Its great that sunning chairs are in the water. Loved that. (Be aware that there are topless tanners.) No swim up bar. Bar service to pool area was very poor. Don't expect to get a drink brought to you after you order one. That never happened. BUT the bartenders at the pool were the best in the entire place! They have hamburgers and hotdogs grilling right at the pool so you didn't have to go back to room and get dressed for lunch to go into a restaurant. Bar had chips and cheese dip as well as soft drinks. But watch out for the honey bees! We got them in our drinks!

Very few kids at the pool. They had kid programs for the kids which my 11 year old had no interest in. That was where the kids were.

The good news---Swim-up suite was GREAT!! We had our own private pool that was like a lap pool. Long and narrow but about 5 foot deep. We had a table and two lounge chairs and two sliding glass windows. Two HD, flat screen TV's and stocked mini bar that is FREE!!! Also FREE room service! 24 hrs a day!! We ordered chocolate cake, sandwiches, fruit, drinks. Just don't expect it to be hot when it gets to you. But it was nice to just pick up phone and order something.

They do have the major network TV channels in English, so we could watch news and were lucky to see the last week of the Olympics while we were there.

Restaurants were okay. Nothing special. The buffett was like any other buffett. Lots of fresh fruits and meats. Nice arrangements of food and food used as decorations. Buffett had chefs at stations making pasta and slicing meats, omlets, etc.

We were told that the Italian restaurant was the best. It was just average as was all of the food,. The steak restaurant was the best. The dinner show was not great. Poor service--not enough waiters to serve the same meal to everyone.

We got a bit annoyed that we coudn't get decent times for reservations for any restaurant. We would check and they would tell us that they only had 6:30 or 6:45pm times. We would go in and there would be very few eating and the same amount when we left an hour later. We don't understand why we had to go so early when the restaurant wasn't even half full when we left.

Also, the dress code at the restaurants are a joke. My husband wore pants when he was "required" to do so, but we saw other men dressed in long shorts and collared shirts and they got in with no problem. Women can wear anything except a swim suit top. But I wore my swim suit to breakfast with a long cover-up tied under my arms and saw many women dressed like this.

I was surprised how many people dress up for dinner. I'm on vacation at the BEACH. I didn't bring high heels. I saw many many women in dresses and high heels which just blows my mind since we had to HIKE to everything! Our room was near the beach and all but two of the restaurants were up at the lobby area. We walked for 10 minutes just to eat. By then I was dripping wet, my hair frizzy and wondered why I took a shower! If you were lucky you would catch one of the golf cart transporters that seated a dozen people or so. But if you didn't, make sure you can make that hike in whatever shoes you are wearing.

I stopped putting on make-up after the 3rd day. Restaurants were too dark to notice and it slid off your face due to the humidity, so I gave up. Just get a tan, you'll look fine.

If you are used to air conditioning be aware that there isn't much. The lobby is not air conditioned and it was hot, humid and miserable. I'm from Texas and can take the heat, but this was not just heat. It was still, no breeze and we sweated!

They use bottled water so we didn't get sick from the water. But I got some good advice from my Doctor. Get a prescription of antibiotics before you go and take them. If you do get the bug, that will take care of it. It isn't just something that will go away with some meds.

The staff was nice. Most spoke very good english. There was towel service at the pool, which was nice. We did bring a couple of our own as you only get one each but you can exchange it any time for a dry one.

Also, know your pesos! We encountered many times where the clerks just took money and acted like we weren't getting any change. Don't fall for it. Stand there, get a receipt and get your change! We found more souveniers at our gift shop than shopping in Playa de Carmen and for a better price. Very surprising.

We went to Xel Ha. More hiking. There is NO air conditioning and the same kind of cafeteria food. Drinks were also filled with bees. We snorkled but very few interesting fish. It is a huge area to snorkle in but very crowded and, again you have to walk so far to get anywhere. No beach area to speak of either.

Dolphin Discovery----GO THERE!!! We swam with dolphins and that was the highlight of the trip. Very little guidance and BRING YOUR OWN towels. We bought the video of our experience and it was worth it. They edited it and it was very nice.

Everything was expensive at Playa de Carmen. Definately go at night if you are gonna go down there. Lots of restaurants and not very many places to shop. Lots of jewelry stores and not costume stuff. Expensive but very nice. We also were told to offer less money to other places to bargain. But very few would and some took offense to us even asking them to take less.

The room was nice but bed was very hard. My daugher slept on the pull out couch and it was uncomfortable. We called for a roll away bed. It came very quickly but it was basically a box spring and not a mattress. We ended up pulling back cushions off the couch putting them down on the couch for cushion and using our big pillows off the master bed to fill up the space. With sheets over that, she was much more comfortable. The sheets were very soft. I've stayed at the Ritz and the sheets were hard. These were nicer than those! Go figure.

The maids were good. We found towel figures on our bed every day. Some were swans that stood way up on the bed. Other times there were rose pettles. It was annoying when maids would knock on our door at 8 am to see if we needed room service. I thought, ya we do, but not while I'm in here sleeping!!

Over all it was okay. We won't be going back to Mexico because I love to go ole USA.

  • Liked — Swim up suite
  • Disliked — no air conditioning and too much walking
  • Stayed August 2008, travelled with family
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CT
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
Reviewed 9 September 2008

The resort was beautiful, food was great, and the service was great. But unfortunately we had money stolen from us from our room and then from inside our safe in the room. The first time it happened my husband looked in my wallet and noticed $20 missing and I blew it off thinking we spent it or miss-placed it. So we counted the money in my wallet and put it in our safe. We had called room service while we were at the pool for an hour and a half and when we came back we packed to leave and noticed another $5 missing. I am assuming it was one or two employee's that did this and not to blame the whole resort, but it still sucks. It made us question other things like cleanliness and if it didn't happen the last day it would have really ruined our trip. So please count your money every time you leave your room and make sure this doesn’t happen to you because we thought the safe was "safe" but it wasn't! Oh ya, and don't sit through the time share thing, they said they would give us $100 to use at the resort and we ended up not being able to use it anywhere and it took way longer then they said.

  • Liked — Very Beautiful and the tour guides were in hotel for convience
  • Disliked — Stole money from inside room in safe!
  • Stayed September 2008, travelled as a couple
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Property: BlueBay Grand Esmeralda
Address: Carretera Federal Chetumal- Puerto Juarez km 300 | Camino a la Pileta, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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Region: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Riviera Maya > Playa del Carmen
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#50 Top resorts Hotel in Playa del Carmen
#53 Luxury Hotel in Playa del Carmen
#58 Spa Hotel in Playa del Carmen
#66 On the Beach Hotel in Playa del Carmen
#78 Romantic Hotel in Playa del Carmen
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:4 star — BlueBay Grand Esmeralda 4*
Number of rooms: 979
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Ideally located in an area of 445 acres in a prime position on the beach on the Riviera Maya, BlueBay Grand Esmeralda combines elegant Mayan features with contemporary design and a wide range of service to suit the most discerning traveller. BlueBay Grand Esmeralda provides a relaxed atmosphere for holiday makers. The hotel features 979 elegant and well-appointed rooms and suites with the option of a sea or garden view. ... more   less 
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Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda Beach Resort Spa
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