Grand Oasis Cancun is like a playground for adults - it has a beachfront club, a sea-view pool, and a huge arena for shows. There are 18 restaurants to choose from, or you can dine out in Cancun - it's a 15-minute drive away.
This hotel has a spot on a stretch of beach that’s peppered with cabanas and loungers. A trio of bars back the sands, including one with an open-air club and resident DJ. And the nearby pool is the longest one in Cancun. It’s fringed with palm trees and curves under bridges and past sea-view sunbeds. Entertainment is the hotel’s speciality – you’ll get priority access to the house arena that stages music gigs and sports events such as boxing. Then there’s the pyramid atrium, which is home to aerial acrobatics shows. And things don’t stop at dinner-time. At the Mediterranean restaurant, you could watch a flamenco performance while eating your pizza. Or choose from 17 other places to eat, including a Mexican and a stylish gourmet restaurant. The hotel also has a small fleet of Smart cars, so guests can make the 15-minute drive to Cancun in style.
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4 Star Plus
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Breakfast, lunch and dinner at all restaurants - some require reservations. Selected branded and local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, minibar. Snacks at set times.
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A full size concert, sports and entertainment venue.
This place offers gourmet Mexican in the evening. You'll need to make a reservation at reception and there's a smart dress code.
The main pool's huge and surrounded by palm trees, sunbeds and sea views.
Rooms► View all
deluxe double room with sea view
Deluxe double room sleeps up to three adults or two adults and a child with a king-size or two double beds. Comes with 42 flatscreen TV, minibar stocked with water, beer and soft drinks, radio alarm clock and Wi-Fi*.
double room with sea view
Double room with sea view sleeps up to three adults or two adults and a child with a king-size or two double beds. Comes with 42 flatscreen TV, minibar stocked with water, beer and soft drinks, radio alarm clock and Wi-Fi*.
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The Grand Oasis was a nice resort overall. I was a little disappointed that i had to put my shirt back on coming from the beach and pool to get back to my room. One of the concierges Santiago FernÃ¡ndez was a great help to us. Our room that we were assigned to, the keys didn't work. Santiago opened the room for us without an issue, but someone else's belongings were still there. Santiago went and set us up with a new room (4118) still close by our friends with 2 new keys quickly and we didn't even have to walk back to the front desk or the concierge post. On top of that he went out of his way to get us all the relevant party information while we was out there. Santiago knew the true meaning of great customer service and how to ensure a group of friends on vacation enjoyed themselves without hassle. Thank you Santiago! Oh one more thing. While speaking to him he received a call regarding a fight between a couple and rushed off to defuse it and got the girl away to another room safely. I don't know the details tho, wasn't my business. The manager there could use more Santiago FernÄndez's there and take a lesson on customer service himself from Santiago. The manager was unhelpful with one of our concerns.More
Something for everyone
We stayed in the Grand Oasis Pyramid in early February just at the beginning of the Spring Breakers. The Northern 1/3 of the property is where the resort tries to "keep" the Spring Break crowd and as a result the rest of the resort was just the relaxing vacation we were looking for. The resort is huge so there is always something new to discover. The nightly entertainment in the Grand Pyramid was something we looked forward to every night. The views from the balcony in our room overlooked the beach and the sunrises were spectacular. The food was well above average for most all-inclusive resorts that we have visited and the coffee shop was always a great early morning treat.More
sickofwinter1973, Louisville, Colorado
Awesome Spring Break Experience, Terrible Food and Service for price
I had the time of my life spending spring break at the Grand Oasis, so this is not about whether they are a great place to party, this is more about the actual facilities, amenities, food, and services at the hotel. I spent about $1,900 to stay at this resort for 7 nights. It was supposedly all inclusive, but unless you tipped about $1 per drink (and I had a lot of drinks) you were not getting served at the bar. The food was absolutely atrocious. I found a piece of glass in my omelette (probably the only edible thing at the resort). The burgers and the tacos were do-able. My room was pretty terrible. We had a shared balcony with about 6 other rooms, but the back door to the balcony wouldn't lock so our stuff was open to be stolen at any time by any of the 6 other rooms. The toilette didn't flush half the time and when we called down to have it fixed no one would ever answer at the front desk. The AC felt like it was blowing out hot air. The shower only ran cold water, which was just grRrRreeeeeaaaaattttt for when I was taking a shower hungover. Despite all of this, I would recommend it if you want a truly awesome college spring break experience and can put up with all the crappy things i mentioned above.More
Great resort, spring break was a bit much
My girlfriend and I went to GOC to get away from the crappy Ontario Canada winter. Mission accomplished. The staff was great. Food was really good, especially the steak house. Sushi wasn't the best. Buffets were excellent. Italian place was super good too! The beach and pools were amazing. Almost perfect. And the tequila wasn't too shabby either! Rooms were nothing special but the beds were comfie and who stays in the room anyways?! Honestly our only complaint was our own fault. We made the mistake of going during spring break. A couple nights we were awakened by loud blow horns. But that isn't the resorts fault. It is a party place and we took advantage. But the 4am blow horns kinda sucked. 8-10 resort for sureMore
Safari A, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Great for spring breakers, bad for business trips
We went for business trip to this hotel and it was a bad experience, very bad. Rooms were not very clean, and the furniture and linens felt old. The hall was very dirty and the service was pretty bad too! We tried to have breakfast when we arrived to the hotel after a 6 hours flight, and sent us to 3 different places trying to find an open Restaurant, all said the same, "go to the other one" I was so angry because they said it was an all inclusive and you could not even have breakfast. The beach is beautiful and I saw the younger people so happy drinking and having fun, so I think is great for them. More
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