At Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancún- All Inclusive, luxury has no limits, and it is reflected in every one of its spaces and guest rooms, where art, sculpture, and high Mexican design blend in one same atmosphere to offer a world-class experience, where new ideas elevate its distinct service. Our Infinite Luxury by Grand Fiesta Americana creates new level of quality and premium exclusivity, as luxury and pleasure become infinite.
A grand experience in the heart of Cancun
Located in a privileged and spectacular area of Punta Cancun in the heart of one of the most important international tourist destinations, the magnificent Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun- All Inclusive stands out as a true paradise among the crystalline waters and mangroves of the Caribbean Sea and the Nichupté Lagoon. With exquisite attention to every detail, its majestic architecture creates a setting where the turquoise sea creates the perfect postcard for you to live the best experience.
All guests staying 3 nights or more, in Ocean Front Suite or higher, will receive free ferry tickets to Isla Mujeres
LocationCancun - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Resort Fee - A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out.
Mandatory hotel-imposed resort fee inclusions:
- In-room Coffee & tea
- Wi-Fi throughout the resort
- In-room domestic bottled water
- Fitness/Gym Access
- Pool and Beach Concierge
- Food amenities (canapés) at pool & beach
- Daily teens & adults activities program (including Coral Kidz Club)
- 1-800 toll free access US / CAN / MEX
- Local & domestic long distance calls (within Mexico)
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change at any time and without notice. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating7826 reviews
Family Winter Break Vacation
We stayed at Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach from Dec 27th-Jan 3rd. This was our second trip to this resort. Overall had a great time! Here is our summary- Room We had an Infinite One Bedroom Suite with an ocean view. The room was really nice and the refrigerator was stocked daily as was the liquor selection Pools 3 really big pools, but given the time of year the sun didn't shine that much on 2 of the 3, so like most people we spent the bulk of our time in the western most pool. All 3 were heated though and were pleasant. Beach The beach is relatively small, but thankfully no seaweed. Gorgeous white sand and turquoise blue water all day every day! Waitstaff This hotel may have the nicest most accommodating waitstaff I have ever experienced. They are very attentive and very nice. Food The food here is arguably the best out family has experienced at an all inclusive resort. We ate at each of the restaurants including Le Basilic. The buffets are very good and our favorite was eating lunch every day at the Isla Contoy where we had a gorgeous view of the ocean- that along with fish tacos and cold beer made for an amazing lunch spot Temperature/Climate You never know this time of year, but we lucked out the week we were there. We had highs in the low 80s every day, but given the location of the hotel you don't get a lot of sun this time of year. We found the best thing to do sunshine wise was hit the beach and the ocean in the morning and the pool in the afternoon. Spa The spa is very big and has a number of services including massages and hydrotherapy Location Only about a 20 min drive from the airport Amenities We did jet skiing and also kayaking
Big resort with all the accompanying pluses and minuses of its size
Booked through Trip Advisor and spent 3 nights. This hotel is very, very large- a couple of city blocks. The decor and common spaces are well maintained with a cruise ship feel. Our room, a one bedroom master suite (875) was good size but was located at the easternmost end of the hotel so was quite far from the Infinity club, The room itself was reasonably comfortable with a very large patio which was great but do to its location was always very windy. The TV is in the wrong place as it acn only be viewed from the bed and not the couch or chairs in the sitting room and would be much better if mounted on the wall of the sitting room. The bed was reasonably comfortable with good linen. Pillows were good quality (Pacific Coast) but old and need to be replaced. Bathroom was large with a lot of wasted space. Housekeeping was very good. Minibar was very basic. The pools and the beach are well maintained. with a separate beach area for Infinite club, There were a lot of children (even in January during the school term). The gym was good with lots of cardio equipment and some strength equipment and a couple of benches and some free weights but could use a cable machine. Breakfast was where the size of the resort really could be felt. There was only one restaurant serving breakfast (and a cafe with a few offerings or room service), and there was always a wait to enter and long lines at the buffet stations and the food was average at best. The French restaurant, Basile, which was included in The infinite package was outstanding. Le Joya was good. The Infinite club was probably worth the money as it came with a choice of 2 special dinners, free cruise to Isle Mujeres and 30 min jet ski (couldn't use as sea was reportedly too rough), club access and access to a special area of the beach with nicer loungers. The club itself, however, could be much much better. They only serve small bites but have a nice bar. The location is on the 11th floor (have to walk up a flight of stairs) in the far west corner. Strangely when I got home my credit card had a large charge of just over $500 from the hotel that I am assuming was the hoid that was placed but it appears it has not been refunded - most hotels credit this immediately- so I will be looking into this. Overall, a good stay. If you like big cruise ships, you will like this hotel.
Overall we had a good experience here. However, I think our positive experience was based, in part, of our expectations. We came here to spend time at the beach/pool, and that is where we spent most of our time. We did take the R1/R2 bus to some other activities, but for the most part, we wanted something uncomplicated. I selected family (teens), but only because they did not have an option for family (young children). This is important because I think the experience may be a little different if you have teens. The Food: Some of the food was excellent, such as the filet mignon at the Isla Contoy restaurant, and some of the food was not so great (don't get the hamburger). The Tuscan restaurant was good, and in general the seafood was good. One of the highlights was the breakfast buffet - a lot of variety, including fresh fruit and different savory options, including, but not limited to typical American breakfast. Generally, do not expect gourmet offerings for every meal, but expect a lot of variety that satisfies. Walking around the hotel zone did not lead me to believe that taking your chances with the restaurants in the area would net you a better value, better variety, or better food. Everything except the supermarket (near this hotel) is pricey in the hotel zone, and it is tourist food oriented. The supermarket is reasonable, but its not like it is cheap. If you are looking for an authentic food experience, take the bus off the island to the mainland and eat there. It is also important to understand the reality of the hotel zone. Looking for a restaurant in Cancun with young kids is impossible - maybe if there was 1 young kid it would be doable, but not with a family in tow. The sidewalks are tiny, the cars move fast, and it seems there is a lot of adult oriented businesses, like night clubs and bars. You need to have a plan for where you want to go before you leave the hotel - wandering around with hungry people, especially kids, is just not going to work. If you don't want an all-inclusive, you probably need to get a place with a kitchen so you can cook for yourself. If you are here to get wasted or drink top shelf liquor, take a pass, there are probably better places to go. Maybe it was the time of year, but it was mostly families, and the atmosphere was more family oriented - it was definitely not a spring break party with shots/overpoured cocktails/beer cans. For someone that wants to have a few cocktails or mixed drinks, it is fine. The Room: Very comfortable bed, beautiful floors, and a gorgeous view of the ocean. However, the hotel is showing its age in some places. I don't think there was anything wrong with the room (it was clean, comfy, etc), but it is probably due for a remodel. The Pool: 10/10, 5 stars, excellent. The pool is huge, well maintained, lots of chairs, and heated. There are areas with morning and afternoon shade, so you can swim without getting burnt to a crisp. The Beach: Unfortunately, the ocean was rough after the first day, but that is not the fault of the hotel. The beach is well maintained, and the water calmer than some of the other beaches we saw (such as playa delfines, which looked really rough). Most importantly, no seaweed. The Staff: Friendly and very helpful! The entertainment: pretty good - I would not come here specifically for the shows, but they were entertaining, and the performers were really into it and committed to hyping up the guests. Activities for Young Kids: They have a kids club. We visited the water park in the kids club, and my young kids had a good time. I think anything over 7 or 8 would probably be bored - or if it was a solo kid, but for more than one kid, its great. There is a slide, water sprayers, a sand area, etc. Safety: Even with young kids, I felt completely safe in the hotel, and the hotel zone. The most dangerous part of the trip was definitely the traffic - if you are not someone who walks a lot in high road traffic areas, it may take an adjustment. I think I saw a speed limit sign of 70 km/hr on the main blvd.
Good and service was excellent! Highly recommend! Do the French wine pairing, it was perfect! It was a 5 course meal and it was absolutely delicious. It’s worth the money to spend extra and I am so glad we went!
The food and drinks were always on point. Isla Contoy was my wife’s favorite! The resort was always clean and well kept and smelled amazing all the time. Excellent service. Excellent staff. The bartenders fulfilled every request we had. My wife and I had a really good time here. Would recommend staying here to anyone coming to Cancun! It was our first time here and we were not disappointed. They even gave us a goodbye gift when we were leaving! How thoughtful :)