The Grand Riviera Princess located in the Riviera Maya features 672 fully-equipped rooms with a range of accomodations from; Junior Suite, Junior Suite Deluxe, delightful Villas or the upscale Platinum Suite. In addition, there is the Junior Suite Deluxe Pool, with direct access to the pool.
Grand Riviera Princess offers a selection of buffets and 7 thematic restaurants, such as the renowned Mexican “Haciendas”, a traditional Swiss food restaurant and an Italian food restaurant, among others.
But on Friday September 23, around 10 in the morning, local police arrived at the hotel Grand Riviera Princess, located on 5th Avenue Extension. Manzana 20 Playa del Carmen to allegedly exercise a seizure, as a result of an injunction.
Furniture and other items were taken out of the premises before the astonished gaze of guests on the hallways and lobby.
The Grand Riviera Princess is an all-inclusive beach hotel with 672 fully equipped rooms, each with balcony or terrace, jacuzzi, flat screen TV, cable and WiFi Internet access.
(Info and photos: Martin Iglesias for La Verdad de Yucatán)
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