3 lujosas Lofts BDR con gran terraza y piscina privada
Reglas de la propiedad
Política de Cancelación
No hay reembolso para cancelaciones realizadas después de haber realizado el pago.
Vidanta Grand Luxxe
We loved our stay at Grand Luxxe. We stayed in tower 5. The 2 bedroom loft was incredible. We loved all the pools and the nice beachfront seating. Scott and Lacy were outstanding. They put in a lot of work to get us an extra studio unit to accommodate some extra people during a very busy spring break week. They were very responsive and helpful in planning our vacation.
We have stayed at the Grand Luxxe (Punta building) during a separate vacation, so we are pretty familiar with the grounds. This time, we stayed in the 2 bdrm Loft in Tower 5. The Lofts are just beautiful (frankly, so is are the rooms in the Punta so you really can't go wrong.) In the Lofts, there is a huge kitchen and beautiful large terrace (we faced the tennis courts), 2 large bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, as well as a loft area with a sofa bed and separate full bathroom. Our 12 year old daughter slept on the sofa bed and said it wasn't really comfortable - but honestly that is just nitpicking. The place was gorgeous and very clean. We never had to call for more towels - there were plenty! The concierge on the floor was very helpful (and super nice), as well. The tram system takes a little getting used to, but once you figure it out, you and your kids can zoom around the large campus. There are pools with different vibes (quiet to a south beach feel.) My advice is to try them all and decide. My only real complaint about the Grand Luxxe is that it's "hard" to get off campus (we would leave 45 minutes- 1 hour prior to our dinner reservations), and the food at the hotel is eh. Normally, I'm not a big fan of hotel food and this place is no different. The "fancier" hotel restaurants are mediocre at best and costly. My advice is to stick to the more casual restaurants if you want to stay on campus or plan ahead and explore the awesome restaurants in the towns (all are sooo reasonable for big groups!) We are already looking forward to our trip next winter break at the Grand Luxxe. We love this place and highly recommend it!
The property is beautiful and spacious.
Scott and Lacy provided excellent advice and support before and during our vacation. The unit was beautiful with a terrific view. There are many activities for kids, and the pools and beach are great.
Great stay and fantastic condo
Overall we had a great stay at the Grand Luxxe. Scott and Lacy were super easy to work with and were very helpful in the weeks leading up to the trip.
The Grand Luxxe resort itself is beautiful and in great condition. Service is a 10 and we did not meet a single employee of the resort that wouldn't go out of their way to help. The only negative, if there is one, is that the resort is huge. While it is large in size, we were ok with that, it is more that it sometimes feels like a cruise-ship on land with the four resorts (Luxxe, Bliss, Grand Mayan and Mayan Palace) all within Vidanta. For example, it was semi-challenging to get dinner reservations if you did not book far ahead. We also couldn't get on the tennis courts as they were fully booked the entire week we were there. It also became very tough to get seats by the pools that were heated. Overall, we had a great time and would go back again and try and book through Scott and Lacy if we did, but you need to understand it is a very different environment than a typical 5-star resort.
We just got back from a week stay at the Luxxe booked with Scott and Lacy. We had a 2 bedroom villa. We went over spring break with our 15 year old and 12 year old. Everyone loved the property. We literally never left the property except to go to and from the airport. The rooms are very large and well kept. We were in Tower 4 which at first seemed far away, but we ended up liking the building. It has a nice pool right in front of it. While the property is large, it takes about 5 minutes to walk from Building 4 to 1. We walked everywhere and nothing was more than 10 minutes away.
We have gone to Hawaii a dozen times and Mexico several. This was our first time to Mexico that was not all-inclusive. We treated it as all-inclusive never leaving the property, eating and drinking poolside (11-3 is 2 for 1 daily happy hour!), buying food and alcohol at the market, ordering room service and going out for dinner. It ended up costing us less then other all inclusive properties, and substantially less than Hawaii. The other upside is we (and all of the guests) didn't seem to overindulge as seen on some all-inclusive properties. (There are meal plans one can buy from the concierge).
The property is very well kept and the staff is fantastic. Some Mexican resorts you get overwhelmed at the beach by vendors and at the front desk with timeshares. Not here. There was a central vendor location on the beach and one had to reach out to find-out about timeshare options.
Even though it was spring break and essentially sold out, it never felt that way. There are so many pools that there was room for all. While the main Mayan pool was very busy, we would sometimes show up at 11 at a Luxxe pool and find plenty of seating.
The property also had a broad mix of college students, to young families, to older families to Age 55+ with everyone seeming to enjoy themselves.
Scott and Lacy were great. They promptly respond to my questions, assisted us finding the right room type for my family, provide insight into on property activities and meals. It was about as seamless as it gets. We highly recommend booking with Scott and Lacy and staying at the Luxxe.