Grand Luxxe Resorts has opened new towers and buildings for its high-end luxury hotels in the Mexican resort destinations of Nuevo Vallarta and Riviera Maya.
Ending the year with a flurry of expansion activities, Grand Luxxe Resorts’ parent Grupo Vidanta is continuing to grow aggressively in the luxury segment. Its two latest resort additions provide a total of 315 new suites, which range from master rooms through single-bedroom suites to two-bedroom suites, villas and Presidential suites.
The Grand Luxxe Riviera Maya has opened two new triangular buildings, Grand Luxxe Riviera Maya I and II. The two new suite-accommodation buildings opened on December 19 and November 11 respectively.
Located 23 miles from Cancun International Airport and buried deep in the jungle, the Grand Luxxe Riviera Maya boasts mangrove, flora and fauna, a coral reef and high Ceibas trees.
“The new villas and suites at Riviera Maya are a welcome addition to an extremely popular international destination,” says Eric DuBaele, director of hotel operations at Grupo Vidanta.
At the Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta, the Grand Luxxe Tower III opened on November 11. The new tower offers excellent views over the Nuevo Vallarta resort grounds and the ocean, with a vantage towards the heart of Puerto Vallarta.
November 11 also saw the opening at the Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta of the Grand Luxxe Tower Punta, which is located on the edge of the Ameca river, steps from the beach. Surrounding the tower is a private lake that leads to the infinity pool and the lower beach deck, which has a choice of four Jacuzzis and a view of Banderas Bay as the backdrop.
The Grand Luxxe Tower Punta also debuts a new suite format that can be reconfigured to create a three-bedroom Presidential suite with capacity for 10 guests.
“Nuevo Vallarta has seen tremendous demand as travelers flock to its appealing combination of sun, sand and proximity to the small town charm of Puerto Vallarta,” remarks DuBaele. “The two new Grand Luxxe towers expand capacity and ensure greater choice and flexibility for our clients.”
Both expansions also feature ‘The Burger Custom Made’, a restaurant concept blending the familiarity of the burger with the gourmet offerings of Kobe beef, foie gras, crab, seared tuna and duck; burgers are accompanied by side dishes such as red wine confit onions, wild mushrooms and blue cheese.
The Grand Luxxe luxury-resort brand made its debut in early 2010, offering suites and villas which are 2,300 to 3,000 square feet in area. This makes them among the largest in the resort industry, according to Grupo Vidanta.
Accommodations at the Grand Luxxe resorts include custom marble flooring, fine accents, rich wood furnishings and luxurious upholstery. Bathrooms feature free-standing tubs.
Amenities in Grand Luxxe Suites include private plunge pools on the balcony, private butler service for each floor, 50-inch flat panel televisions, Wi-Fi Internet access, Blu-ray players, in-room Jacuzzi and 24-hour room service, personalized transportation and medical service.
Grand Luxxe resorts also offer full health spas and fitness centers, a unique Kid’s Club camp experience and Nicklaus-design 18-hole golf courses.
Founded by Daniel Chavez Moran in 1974, Grupo Vidanta has evolved into Mexico’s leading developer of hotels and resorts, golf courses and tourism infrastructure, including Mexico’s first privately built and owned international airport at Puerto Peñasco.
For American travelers, Grupo Vidanta offers a choice of full-service luxury resorts at Mexico’s finest beaches under the brands of Grand Luxxe, The Bliss, The Grand Bliss, Mayan Palace, The Grand Mayan, Ocean Breeze and Sea Garden.
Grupo Vidanta’s Mayan Island has built and sold more than 2,000 vacation/second homes. For further information see www.grupovidanta.com.