Grand Velas Riviera Maya Debuts New Grand Class Suites

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Grand Velas Riviera Maya has redefined a portion of its resort with the addition of the Grand Class suites. The beachfront Grand Class includes 90 luxurious suites “set in an intimate environment.” Suites include a private plunge pool on a private terrace, a spa-like bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and a rain shower.

Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by a welcome bottle of tequila and red and white wine. There are two suite options: The Grand Class Suite and the Grand Class Presidential Suite. The former, best for couples, includes a spacious terrace with a plunge pool, a space in the bathroom for in-suite spa treatments, daily stocked premium minibar and more. The Presidential Suite, totaling nearly 3,800 square feet, has three private terraces, a master and guest suite (with one king bed and two queen beds, respectively), each including a seating area and a private terrace with a plunge pool, dining for eight, a pillow menu, turndown services and more. Both options include 24-hour personalized concierge service and 24-hour suite service; however, the Presidential Suite also includes a 50-minute massage per person, per day, roundtrip airport transportation, a pool concierge and private housekeeping service.

Guests of the Grand Class suites also have access to the entire Grand Velas Riviera Maya resort, including its eight restaurants, spa and pools.

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Grand Velas has properties in Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos.

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