Grand Mayan Scam Reports Untrue: Travelers Report Excellent Reviews of Cancun's Grand Mayan Riviera Maya

Dec 13, 2013, 00:25 ET from

Despite vicious reports of fraud at the Grand Mayan Riviera Maya Hotel in Playa Paraiso, Mexico, customers have been leaving an overwhelming amount of positive reviews online about their experience at the resort, debunking the Grand Mayan scam rumors.

CANCUN, Mexico, Dec. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Vacationers looking towards traveling to a first class resort in Mexico should be aware of the recent wave of scam reports to make their way online about the Grand Mayan Riviera Maya. Rumors like these always need to be taken seriously and travelers need to be warned, except when the Grand Mayan was investigated for these practices the story took an interesting turn. When compared with recent reviews it was determined that these accounts of fraud and scams were being perpetuated by an unknown source to tarnish the reputation of the Grand Mayan.

"This is a huge, beautiful resort! Everything from the winding pathways to all the pools, the restaurants to the rooms - just fantastic! We will be back." - sample TripAdvisor review

The evaluations of the Grand Mayan Riviera Maya on are astonishingly positive compared to what these scam reports are saying. The resort has an 80% overall rating on the popular site with an average review of 4 out of 5 stars given by the 1,579 guests who have left their opinions, with 5 star reviews pouring in as recently as 4 days ago.

"We have stayed at the Grand Mayan several times and we keep going back." - another five star TripAdvisor review.

The truth about the Grand Mayan is that it's a popular resort that is loved by its clientele and is fantastic for both families and couples, offering amenities to suit a wide variety of guests and vacationers. The Grand Mayan is located between the major cities of Cancun and Playa del Carmen, making it an ideal resort for travelers who wish to spend some time in town. There is no basis for these Grand Mayan scam reports that have been circulated only to discredit the resort.