Grand Residences Riviera Cancun to Open December 7 (WITH VIDEO)

The all-suite Grand Residences Riviera Cancun, an affiliate of Leading Hotels of the World, is set to debut on December 7.

The 103-suite property is nestled in a private enclave between Riviera Maya and Cancun. The suites are designed as private residents, with on-property gourmet dining, a spa and salon and personalized beach and pool service. 


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The property's top-notch Presidential Suite is a four-bedroom penthouse that sleeps up to 13. It comes complete with a private roof garden, ocean views, a pool, Jacuzzi and a bar and grill for entertaining. 

The two on-property restaurants are El Faro Grill and The Lobby Cafe. El Faro Grill offers Mediterranean-style seafood and steaks with a view of the ocean either from the air-conditioned dining room or the open-air terrace that also has a lounge areas with sofas for relaxation. The Lobby Cafe offers gourmet coffees, hot and cold drinks and freshly made sandwiches, paninis and wraps, as well as an afternoon tea ceremony with a selection of cakes and pastries. The Grand Residences Riviera Cancun will also have three bars: The Lobby Bar, the Heavan Beach Bar and the Pool Bar. For ordering in, Gourmet Food to Go offers a grab-and-go option, and 24-hour room service is also available. 

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Other amenities include the Spa, which has a selection of massages, facials and body wraps exclusively created for Grand Residences guests, a fitness center, an Activity Center and Kids Club, as well as a selection of classes  on Mexican cooking, Tequila and wine tasting, Mayan studies, Spanish, nature programs and community volunteering. 


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