Everything about the Gran Meliá Puerto Rico has been designed to envelop you in beauty and grandeur, from its sophisticated architecture and lush, tropical gardens to the serenity of its ocean views. Relax in the YHI SPA with one of more than 50 unique treatments and rituals from all over the world, stand up to the challenge of the two neighbouring golf courses at the Trump International Golf Club, designed by Tom Kite, or simply submerge yourself in the biggest lagoon-style swimming pool in Puerto Rico.
This place is paradise.
Not enough snack or lunch options.
The staff is very friendly and accommodating.
Our first room smelled strongly of mold, had a noisy bathroom fan that had to be on to have light, a shower with absolutely no water pressure (because I think the water was going into the wall, hence the mold) and an air conditioner that wouldn't cycle so we had to just turn it off for the room to warm above 65 degrees. After discussing with the front desk, they moved us to a room in a better location that didn't smell of mold, had decent water pressure in the shower, but it's air conditioner had the same issue. The room didn't feel clean but we made the most of it because we had to. The property's foliage is all old and sparse, just sort of pathetic. We were at this property in 2011 and thought highly of that experience. It's gone downhill. I've heard that if you have "red level" that it's a different experience. We didn't have that opportunity because we purchased last minute through kayak.
It was isolated and very picturesque
Had to walk around in the rain because the rooms were a short distance from all activities.
Great hotel and great service by the staff.Very beautiful hotel and good price for all luxury foud at the hotel.
Everyone was sooo nice at this hotel. Even though the hotel was packed - particularly the pool area - my husband and I enjoyed our stay, especially the beach areas. Beautiful and romantic place. Don Raymond and the manager, Felipe Cervantes were very helpful and friendly. We've never been so pampered in all our lives. Great choice.
I thought the drink and food prices were expensive and did not enjoy the Puerto Rican restaurant, Pasiones (I think that's the name). We asked for a mojito without sugar and it came so sweet that I couldn't drink it. It was the worst mojito - and the most expensive - of all my life. But the Italian restaurant, Tempo, was great, very pleasant, with excellent service.