Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun offers a great number and variety of recreational and cultural activities. For starters, guests can swim in the hotel’s long, lagoon-style pool or hang out in the shade of a palapa, taking in the breathtaking views of the ocean. A separate pool for young children features a waterslide and a playground.
At the beach, guests can swim, snorkel, hunt for seashells, or build sandcastles. The hotel’s marina is a hub for water-based activities such as kayaking, parasailing, banana boat rides, waterskiing, and skimming across the water on WaveRunner™ personal watercraft.
At the beautifully designed Gem Spa, guests can enjoy a massage or experience a rejuvenating a 10-step hydrotherapy program that incorporates a bubbling “sensations pool,” aromatherapy steam, an ice room, a sauna, a rain shower, a Jacuzzi, and a “polar pool.”
For family guests, fun abounds with the fully outfitted, state-of-the-art children’s center, Coral KidZ Club, opening in the summer of 2015. The newly designed space includes a comprehensive activity program and features both indoor and outdoor themed recreation areas that are sure to spark the imagination. With a wide range of facilities and state-of-the-art technology, the youngest of guests can delve into a unique world of fun and entertainment.
Attractions within Cancun’s hotel zone include an open-air market, shops, a well-appointed Maya Museum, seasonally-offered tours that allow travelers to swim with whale sharks, restaurants, famous nightspots, and more. Just steps away, a ferry awaits, whisking guests away to picturesque Isla Mujeres. In addition to Coral Beach, the hotel zone has other wonderful beaches to explore, including Playa Chac Mool and Playa Delfines.
The hotel’s concierge staff can arrange many different kinds of half- and full-day excursions that take guests farther afield, including fishing and snorkeling trips, cruises, zip-lining adventures, visits to eco parks, trips to Isla Mujeres, and visits to fascinating Mayan ruins such as Chichén Itzá, Tulum, and Ek Balam.