Travel favorite Cancun’s Grand Fiesta Americana just upgraded to all-inclusive

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Guests love the Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach for its secluded sandy beach, spectacular spa, high-tech kids’ club, and multiple pools. And now there is now another reason to visit. The Grand Fiesta has recently been transformed into an all-inclusive resort and has opened several new restaurants to increase your dining options.

Customers can choose from old favorites and new menus, many of which feature an original twist. Each day of the week is dedicated to a unique experience. For example, on Mondays, you can treat yourself to a romantic four-course dinner on the beach surrounded by candles and Tiki torches. On Wednesdays, you can enjoy La Joya, where diners take part in an interactive culinary journey; a tequila accord is included. Another new option is a spa dinner served in the Gem Spa which takes place after spending around an hour relaxing in a 10-step hydrotherapy treatment. Dinner is a healthy yet gourmet five-course meal that ends with a reflexology massage.

One of the new restaurants is Tuscany Trattoria, a great Italian themed spot where you can try Frutti di Mare risotto, homemade pizza, fresh pasta or Osso Bucco. Italian wines and a delicious tiramisu dessert complement the meal. You can now also dine at the Havana Club. This is the perfect place to sample Argentinian specialties such as perfectly grilled empanadas and grass-fed surloins, while watching a tango show. Room service is included, snacks are served continuously, and a soft serve ice cream maker in the lobby is the new family hot spot. And longtime favorites, including beachfront dining at Isla Contoy and super stylish French cuisine at Basilica, are still available.

What else can you do besides eat? The resort is located on one of Cancun’s quieter beaches, perfect for paddleboarding and swimming. An on-site water sports center offers snorkeling trips to one of the world’s largest coral reefs. The nearby ferry can take you to Isla Mujeres, a cool island where golf carts dominate the road. Those traveling with kids will love the expansive kids’ club, where kids can play in a private Mayan-themed water park or take part in a cooking class. Teens will have fun in the newly opened games room, complete with table tennis, pool table and table football.

The 40,000 square foot spa offers a unique multi-stage hydrotherapy treatment that includes a steam room, ice room, clay room, and a walkway filled with massage pebbles. You can also enjoy a first class deep tissue massage or a Thai massage. If you are traveling with family, relatives or friends, you can book your own massage room where three people can treat each other at a time. And kids as young as 12 have their own spa options.

Traveling during Covid is incredibly safe. Masks are mandatory inside; temperatures are checked before meals and the hotel limits the occupancy rate for both accommodation and meals. All public areas are continuously cleaned. Free Covid testing is provided to meet the U.S. government’s requirement to test negative for return flight. The property also offers an insurance policy of $ 4 per day, which allows you to stay for just $ 10 per day if you test positive.

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