Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica
This supersized beachside hotel has a trio of huge pools and dining choices ranging from Japanese to gourmet.
This hotel is on a private 800-metre beach, where you can sometimes spot nesting turtles on the sand. Inside, all rooms are junior suites with hydro massage tubs, and nearly all have sea views.
The pool scene is made up of three joined-up lake-style pools. And for dinner, the steakhouse stands out. The hotel even has its own shopping and leisure centre, with boutiques, bars and a disco.
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Based On 13054 reviews
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- 11 Buildings
- 7 Floors
- 850 Rooms
- 8 Lifts
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Option to have breakfast and lunch at the Piscis Beach Restaurant. Evening à la carte dining from a choice of speciality restaurants - 3 visits per week included. Locally produced alcoholic drinks, including beer, spirits, cocktails, house wine at selected bars and restaurants and soft drinks. 24-hour snacks.
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3 outdoor pools►
With sunbeds, parasols and towels.
The Garden Grill Steakhouse restaurant►
Offering grilled meats for dinner. Don't forget to make your reservation in advance. This place comes with a dress code too, it's full-length trousers for men.
The Hybyscus bar can be enjoyed in or out of the pool.
Rooms► View all
Oceanfront Junior Suite with Balcony or Terrace►
These oceanfront junior suites come complete with a king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, a hydro-massage bath, a minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, air-conditioning, a ceiling fan, Wi-Fi* and a balcony or terrace.
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Definately not what I expected
I've been going abroad for holidays for 40 years this is the first time I've written a review I have to tell people how poor this hotel is Firstly the good points the room is lovely the pool is great the places for sitting and chilling are lovely that's the good points done I paid 2000 + for myself for this holiday and the first thing I was told was you have to pay for wi fi You would expect this hotel being sold to british people there would be English food as well as all the other available if you want a English breakfast forget it there's every kind of eggs bacon done to a crisp no beans no fried tomatoes no sausages no mushrooms no brown sauce no marmalade I went to the Dominican last year and couldn't stop telling people I felt like a VIP the staff bent over backwards for you really friendly made you feel special here you are lucky if you get a smile never mind a word The last big let down you expect plastic cups round the pool but inside you get plastic beakers for all drinks even cocktails in the Dominican big fancy glasses with all the trimmings June 2019 over all very poorMore
Reasonably Priced - but too much weed selling on the beach for us
We arrived on Monday, June 3, 2019. This property has many amentities. Be ware of the locals that sell weed on the beach. This was very annoying and we couldn't enjoy our balcony because of the weed. Facilities and services 3 lake-style connecting pools with 2 areas for children 3 Jacuzzis Large sun terrace with gardens, sun umbrellas and loungers BAHIA SPA (additional charge) Sports facilities: gym, 2 tennis courts, volleyball court, football pitch Water activity centre Pool and beach towel service WiFi access in the lobby (24h per day free of charge) and in rooms (additional charge).More
Our 2nd visit to this resort + attend a wedding
We attended this resort for a 2nd time, mainly for a wedding. Check in was a breeze & the porter that took us to our room was competent enough. Given that we were visiting for a 2nd time we were familiar with the layout of the resort & the restaurants. The room was as expected with a great ocean view. Housekeeping was half decent with the exception of they not replacing towels on 4 occasions & coffee on one day. The front desk was not helpful when we called to either request towels & coffee. The buffet restaurant was good as can be expected with something to eat for everyone, the only complaint was that the chefs used quite a bit of salt. We had decent meals at the Steak House & the Italian restaurant. The jerk chicken restaurant at the beach was quite good.More
We stayed as a family of 8 in 3 rooms stayed at the Grand side of the resort. The hotel is very big, the grounds are beautiful. Everywhere around the hotel is extremely clean. We found all staff pleasant and helpful when needed. The pool area is very big but again kept very clean and tidy. The main pool area did seem to get very busy and rowdy in the afternoon however, if you dont like this there are other places around the pool away from this that you can go. The food was the same as most all inclusive holidays, beautiful food always something to eat for everyone however, can become slightly repetitive. The a la carte restaurants are very nice especially the japenese. Beach is beautiful however, is a little bit of a shingle beach near the pool so you are best walking down towards the village for th3 soft white sand. The entertainment team are the best part about this hotel especially Davion... All of the team are always up for a good laugh and really do want you to have a good time. They made our holiday a lot more special and memorable- we will miss them lots! There are lots of games around the pool for adults and also a childrens club however, we did find that there wasnt much for teenagers to do. All in all a beautiful resort with amazing staff. We loved our first time in Jamaica and we will definitely be returning!!!! Thank you grand bahia and thanks to the entertainment staff for making our holiday😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁More
Awesome Service, Food was Great!! Very kid friendly- my daughter was always acknowledged which i loved!!! My daughter always had a smile on her face, Our first Trip to Jamaica and we were pleased with everything!!.More
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