All inclusive

Bahia Principe Grand Coba

Akumal 4.0


The Bahia Principe Grand Coba is a family-friendly All Inclusive resort located in the Bahia hotel complex. The resort is located in the heart of the Riviera Maya and features two large lake-shaped pools, a children's water park, a 36-hole golf course, as well as a beautiful beach location. It is a perfect spot for a memorable family vacation by the Caribbean Sea.

Added value

Guests staying at Bahia Principe Luxury Sian Ka'an, Bahia Principe Grand Coba and Bahia Principe Grand Tulum receive discounted golf at PGA Riviera Maya.

18 holes Championship Course, Twilight Championship Course and 9 Holes Executive Course.

Rates include:

Green fee with golf cart

2 bottles of water per person

24 practice balls.

Tee time reservations:                         



Guests of Bahia Principe Grand Coba have access to specialty restaurants at Bahia Principe Grand Tulum.

Other Fees: Paid directly to the hotel.

Check in

3 p.m.

Check out

12 p.m.




Junior Suite Superior
  • 1 king bed, and 1 sofa bed, or 2 double beds, and 1 sofa bed
  • No more than 4 guests in the room
Junior Suite Superior
Featured amenities
Included in all rooms
  • A/C
  • Coffee maker
  • Hair dryer
  • Housekeeping
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Mini-bar stocked daily
  • Safe
  • TV
  • Balcony or Patio



Carretera Federal Chetumal-Benito Juarez Km 250, Local B, Akumal, Quintana Roo, 77760, Mexico
97 km from CUN airport


TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.0 Very Good

  • Cleanliness 4.5
  • Location 4.0
  • Rooms 4.5
  • Service 4.5
  • Value 4.5
TripAdvisor users rated this property 2 out of 5

Coba Coma

sarahdC6130RP on Feb 17, 2024

Unfortunately we stayed here 15 years ago when it was in its heyday and we loved it. In fact we got engaged here. We stayed then in Akumal. This time one child on we thought Coba would be better as in the UK it is marketed toward families with the water park etc and we were sold the idea of being able to use all the Bahía facilities. It’s all changed, 15 years ago we could access all facilities/bars resort wide. Now we can only access a small amount. You’re graded on the colour of the band you have. I asked to upgrade and the reception were going to come back to me. Three days on, still waiting. I emailed them again and all they say is my travel agent are the only people who can do that, but I used an online agent. I suppose the lesson here is no one is going to help so here we will stay. The Mexicans are just in no rush. It’s lost its touch. If you’re from the UK think 4* all inclusive. You are sold 5* but no, it’s not. It’s also hugely attractive to large groups of younger Americans, who naturally want to drink and sit out till 5am..if I was that age I would be out there too ( we’ve all been there) but that vibe doesn’t go with the family market they are also targeting with Coba as you lie there at night hoping they will shut up so you can get some sleep on the holiday you paid shedloads for. Can’t blame them, but the security staff are non existent. They could easily be moved on to the hacienda area and everyone winning. . Some of the staff are really lovely, but please do not come here expecting to play with your kids in the pool. The moment you lift them up the whistle goes and a lifeguard looms. They are not allowed to jump in and you can’t go on the slides with them. You’ll also be asked at least 6 times before a meal if you have allergies. Prices of things in resort are ridiculous, my son picked up a pack of crisps £12 gbp (you can buy them in the pharmacy for 40 peso. If you come it’s not a bad experience just not quite the 5 star you’re thinking you are buying.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 2 out of 5

Nice hotel but the food is poorly handled

Camila R on Feb 17, 2024

I am really sad to say we had a really poor experience here. I will say the positive things first. The variety of the food was good, the pools were great, the common areas are beautiful and clean. The shows were also great, very enjoyable. I had really been looking forward to enjoying the beach, but it's rocky, dark water, and not a very nice experience. The hotel Staff are nice, but the thing is that they have to stop you from doing things that would be fine at any other hotel. I was literally chased down and called out for takin food from the snack bar to the seats around the pool. Then the lifeguard told me I wasn't allowed on the slides with my toddler, even though she clearly needed close support, and ofocurse she ended up getting hurt. I got a finger wagged at me for not wearing shoes when going to the bar to get a drink. And you know what, I don't mind following rules, they seemed silly but I wouldn't have thought to mention this. But I'm upset because the food got us all sick. My toddler puked and had diarrhea for 3 days straight, my husband and I too. We ended up needing to go see the doctor on site to check our baby because it got so bad. I will say I am grateful that the guest services gentlemen were so quick to get us to the doctor and offered help when we got back. But it doesn't change that we were basically just sick for a week and wondering if the staff were going to call us out yet again for something else. I would never come back here, and If anyone asks, I would caution them on the food. Weve all been to Mexico before and did not get sick, so it was definitely not the water. It's the food.

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