The Grand Mayan

NUEVO VALLARTA      RIVIERA MAYA     LOS CABOS     PUERTO PEÑASCO     ACAPULCO     JOYÁ by Cirque du Soleil     Cirque du Soleil – Theme Park

Destinations

Nuevo Vallarta – Riveria Maya – Los Cabos – Acapulco – Mazatlán –  Puerto Peñasco

Escape to the tropical bliss of Mexico, where turquoise waters, spectacular beaches, brilliant sunsets, blue skies and the rhythms of the night enchant your spirit. From the vibrant energy of Nuevo Vallarta to the tranquil beauty of the Riviera Maya, Mexico is a magical vacation destination where romance and adventure sooth your soul. At grandluxxeresidence.com and GrandMayan.net, we have been renting Grand Luxxe and Grand Mayan Mexican properties since 2005. Rent directly from the owners, without any middleman fees or time share transfer costs.


Nuevo Vallarta

Choose Nuevo Vallarta for its mild climate, the extraordinarily friendly residents and the varied tours and excursions available. Nuevo is home to a large selection of first class restaurants. All this, in an area known for its security and safety. Nuevo Vallarta is one of the safest tourist destinations in the world.

Location

Just 15 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta’s International Airport, and 20 minutes from downtown Puerto Vallarta.

How to Get There?

Puerto Vallarta’s International Airport is only 7.5 miles from the Grand Luxxe. Exit the airport and turn left heading towards Tepic. Using the second bridge as a reference point, turn left from the Puerto Vallarta-Tepic Highway. The resort is located inside Nuevo Vallarta’s residential complex. Follow the signs which will lead you to The Grand Luxxe.


Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya offers a tranquil setting, highlighted by gorgeous turquoise water and coastline stretching from Cancun southward to Belize. The Riviera Maya region boasts numerous activities including snorkeling the second largest barrier reef in the world and touring Mexico’s famous historic archeological sites.

Location

Situated in the exclusive Riviera Maya on the Caribbean Sea, 30 minutes south from Cancun’s International Airport, and 45 minutes from downtown Cancun.

How to Get There?

Cancun’s International Airport is located 30 miles from the Grand Luxxe. Exit the airport and turn right on Highway 307 heading to “Playa del Carmen”. After passing “Puerto Morelos” on your left you will see the impressive Mayan Arch welcoming you to the Grand Luxxe, where The Grand Mayan is also located. The Riviera Maya is an extensive region and a car rental is recommended for the adventurous.


Los Cabos – not yet available.

The building site of the opulent new Grand Luxxe resort is approximately 5 miles east of Grand Mayan San Jose Del Cabo location on the East Cape of the Mexican Baja Peninsula. The East Cape stretches nearly a hundred miles along the Sea of Cortés beginning with San Jose’s new marina Puerto Los Cabos. This beautiful stretch of desert coastline is still mostly undeveloped, however the towns of Los Barriles and Buena Vista are thriving fishing and tourist communities offering local cuisine and pangas to rent for a day of casting your line into the deep. The East Cape is also the windsurfing center of Los Cabos, as well as being home to the more remote Cabo Pulmo, a marine park that draws pers to the only living coral reef in the Northern Pacific.

Location

The resort is 45 minutes from the Mazatlán International Airport and 10 minutes from the Zona Dorada, the Hotel Zone, where you’ll find restaurants and entertainment.

How to Get There?

The Hotel is 20.6 miles away from Mazatlan International Airport, take the coastal highway 15 towards Mazatlan or Playas, make a right on the Camaron Sabalo Avenue continue about 4 miles, the Avenue name will change to Sabalo Cerritos, then you will see Mayan Sea Garden Mazatlan at the left side.


Acapulco

We will keep this site updated as the Grand Luxxe construction progresses in Acapulco.

Location

The Grand Mayan Los Cabos is located on the Southern Baja California Peninsula in the beautiful City of San José del Cabo, which forms part of a beautiful tourist corridor. Here you will be able to enjoy an enormous variety of services, the most beautiful natural scenery and incomparable beaches where you will be able to practice a great variety of sporting activities.


Mazatlan

Mazatlán delights sports fans and sightseers alike. Set in a cove on the Pacific, Mazatlán reels in big game fishermen. Large fishing boats dot the waters; boat rentals and bass fishing tours can be arranged. The resort also attracts golfers, tennis players, and surfers in search of the big wave.

Location

The resort is 45 minutes from the Mazatlán International Airport and 10 minutes from the Zona Dorada, the Hotel Zone, where you’ll find restaurants and entertainment.

How to Get There?

The Hotel is 20.6 miles away from Mazatlan International Airport, take the coastal highway 15 towards Mazatlan or Playas, make a right on the Camaron Sabalo Avenue continue about 4 miles, the Avenue name will change to Sabalo Cerritos, then you will see Mayan Sea Garden Mazatlan at the left side.


Puerto Penasco

Explore the uncharted beauty of Puerto Peñasco. Stretching for miles along the majestic Sea of Cortés, this spectacular new resort captures the natural beauty of the landscape, tempting you with endless opportunities for eco-tourism, fishing, and relaxing in the sun.

Location

Situated on the Estuary La Pinta, it is less than 60 miles from the United States/Mexican border and approximately a four-hour drive from Phoenix International Airport in Arizona or Mexicali Airport in Baja California. 

How to Get There?

From the Phoenix, Arizona international airport, go to the Interstate 10 West freeway and continue on Highway 85 until reaching Lukeville. On crossing the border into Sonoyta, Mexico, follow highway 8 towards Puerto Peñasco. Approximately 10 kilometers from there, take the detour to Caborca and continue on highway 3 until reaching the entrance to the Mayan Palace Puerto Peñasco.

From Los Angeles, California, take the 1-10 East freeway and at exit 112 head for Gila Bend, from where you will reach the border, at Lukeville, Arizona. On crossing the border into Sonoyta, Mexico, continue on highway 8 towards Puerto Peñasco. Ten kilometers from there, take the detour to Caborca and continue 30 kilometers on highway 3 until you find the entrance to the Mayan Palace Puerto Peñasco.

From the international airport in Hermosillo, Sonora, take Federal Highway 15 to Santa Ana. Then take Federal Highway 2 to Caborca and the detour towards Puerto Peñasco. Approximately 25 kilometers before arriving there, you will find the entrance to the complex.

From the international airport in Mexicali, take the Federal Highway towards San Luis Rio Colorado and then Federal Highway 2 to Sonoyta. Continue on highway 8 towards Puerto Peñasco and 10 kilometers before reaching the port, take the detour to Caborca. Continue 30 kilometers on highway 3 until finding the entrance to the development.

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