Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Resort and Spa

Using the Caribbean coast location as design inspiration, the Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Resort and Spa exudes a luxurious and exotic feel, thanks to the tropical gardens that enclose the whole complex. Located directly on a white sand beach, the Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Resort and Spa boasts a number of incredible selling points including a high-end spa, 10 restaurants and a sweeping pool area. Add in the chic and contemporary bedrooms that offer whirlpool baths and massage jet showers as standard and you can get a feel for how much of a priority guest satisfaction is. A short car journey will take you to Tulum or Playa del Carmen for when you want to explore some shops and outside restaurants.

Overview of Riviera Maya

Holidays to Mexico promise a great deal. From sumptuous beaches to historical ruins. You’ll find dense rainforests and gastronomic experiences that can’t be found anywhere else. The sheer diversity of the country lends itself to no two holidays ever being the same. This is especially true if you visit different regions. Riviera Maya is a dream destination that combines the luxurious beaches of a picture-postcard getaway with yoga retreats, Mayan ruins and premium diving opportunities. Great for travellers of all ages, Riviera Maya is exotic, relaxing and contains just the right amount of potential for exciting adventures, all within easy reach of the idyllic Caribbean Sea.

Things to do in Riviera Maya

Making the most of the water is a must in Riviera Maya, as it plays host to the second largest barrier reef in the world making it a haven for scuba divers and snorkellers. Underground rivers, cooling freshwater cenotes and spectacular marine life are all in plentiful supply. The history buffs amongst you won’t want to miss the chance to wander around some genuine Mayan ruins which promise to give a glimpse into the colourful and mysterious past of Mexico. The Temple of Frescoes is a favourite site and offers a rare chance to admire some original murals. For some spiritual support, head to nearby Tulum where you’ll find yoga retreats that will stretch and meditate your troubles away. This is a great way to spend a day away from your hotel.


Resort Summary

The Riviera Maya is home to the exotic and the beautiful and is an area of contrasts. Made up of luxury resorts, and with a fabulous reputation for opulence, Riviera Maya – on Mexico’s Yucutan Penninsula – is always popular. However, if you’re in search of a little spirituality, then the yoga retreats and Mayan ruins in Tulum, a 40-minute drive away from Playacar are within easy reach.

Scuba diving and snorkelling are all popular in the idyllic water of the Caribbean. There are also numerous golf courses, the Playacar golf resort is just one of many. Nature lovers can spend a fascinating day at the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve where you’ll see dolphins, manta rays and many other exotic species. If you’re looking for a Riviera Maya All Inclusive holiday there are plenty to choose from, so start planning your trip now