After a year of extensive renovations and a $40 million investment, Bahia Principe Grand Tulum officially reopened its doors on Nov. 15. Among the upgrades is a fresh look to all rooms and common areas, including a neutral color palette and textures inspired by earth tones and local nature.
A new Kids Zone has opened, as well. Named Zama, after the original name of Tulum's walled city, it has activity areas where kids can learn about the Mayan culture. There are 10 activity spaces, including a Kids Club, a sand area where little ones can dig for Mayan artifacts, a playground, an open-air space for the Eco Bahia Foundation that brings children closer to nature, a jungle park with ziplines and tunnels, a climbing structure shaped like a giant iguana and more. Water areas include a waterpark, three pools and the beach.
Guests can enjoy the spa, which has outdoor palapas, green spaces and a fitness center. The resort also features a Teen Club, a disco and a grand theater for entertainment.