Privileged or not Privileged Club.
Posted Nov 15, 2016
Let me tell you the truth.
Overall this resort is not for your everyday hard working person who wants to spend a good amount of money, I spent $ a day for 7 days and it wasn't enough.
This resort focuses on selling memberships to its privilege club and you can feel that vibe throughout your stay. I think after working all year to take a vacation I shouldn't have to feel pressure to buy yet another upgrade.
The Location of this resort is isolated and you need a taxi or transportation to go anywhere off the property. A taxi to Cancun is approximately 1,200 pesos or $75.00
The Beach is nice. There are some large rock shelves in the water but there is enough beach front to have a great time and the water is clear 30 meters out.
The Food is touch and go. The specialty restaurant Don Pablo is a 4.5*. and the Brazilian restaurant is a 3* However the buffet, that you will dine at mainly, is boring and not worthy of any rating.
The Rooms are nicely accommodating. Clean and to the point. I stayed in room 0413 with a sea view and it was nice. Close to the beach, close to the pool.
The Kids Club is run down. At first sight the building looks OK but upon review the money is not being spent to upkeep this area. My kid would only stay 2 hours out of 7 days and I didn't have the heart to force him to be here on his vacation not fun.
The Pool area is good as I expected. Close to beverages and big enough to accommodate large crowds. Pretty blue water.
Comment from Hotel Management
Nov 22, 2016 by Social Media, Hotel Management
We are pleased to receive such pleasant comments, which you can be sure will extend to all our staff.
It has been a pleasure for us to have experienced for the third time a great experience and to have a lovely holiday with us.
Kind regards and we hope to have you back soon. The doors of our paradise are always open for you!
Grand Bahia Principe Tulum