Good swimming pool absolutely massive and well designed.
The kid’s entertainment staff are excellent.
The rooms are generally good with one big exception see "Cons".
If you put the bedroom's air-con above low it sounds like a World War II fighter plane so don't forget those ear plugs for a good night’s sleep.
Probably the worst resort / hotel ever for parking virtually none of the unfinished dirt parking lots are close to the apartment blocks and all of them are way too small meaning if you go out for the day and come back after 8.30pm you'll be parking a long way from your apartment and hanging around for an extended golf cart to service to pick up you and when it arrives there is never enough space for all the people waiting. We returned 11pm one evening and had to park 1km away from our apartment next to construction vehicles not much fun with two small kids. The resort also allows visiting golfers to use the same under sized parking lots as the staying guests.
Forget swimming in the sea as there is a load of sharp corral bed to cut your feet and seaweed to entangle your legs not exactly safe, why they decided to put the resort in this location is beyond me.
Drinks are probably the most expensive in Mexico $90 Pesos ($7.77USD at the hotel's exchange rate) for a non-alcoholic piña-colada. I've been in Mexico for over 11 years and I have never paid more than $60 Pesos for the same drink in any restaurant and most charge no more than $40 Pesos.
- Also Known As:
- Mayan Riviera
- Mayan Palace Cancun
- Wyndham Playa Del Carmen
- Riu Palace Riviera Maya
- Cancun Grand Mayan
- Grand Maya Mayan Riviera
- Playa Del Carmen Wyndham
- Mayan Palace Playa Del Carmen
- Mayan Palace Riviera Maya Mexico