Sònia Graupera is a freelance travel advisor based in Barcelona.

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Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort: luxury resort in the heart of the city  

Architect Javier Sordo Madaleno has combined contemporary architecture with Mayan heritage, to create an impressive resort: 314 rooms & suites with floor-to-ceiling windows open on to a balcony,  complete with a sea view and lounger. Rich walnut wood, with a turquoise and sand palette continue from the lobby to bring beach chic to the rooms, blending mod cons with tranquil design.
Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort features two on-site restaurants, each with an impressive show kitchen: La Cocina offers authentic, family-style Mexican and Caribbean fare, while the resort’s signature ocean view restaurant, The Grill at 1-26 features a diverse selection of fresh seafood and prime steaks. Bakery & pastries are another unforgettable culinary must, breakfast must be slow in the resort!
My absolute must at Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort is the 6,000 square-foot Cenote Spa with its unique design and cultural local offerings. Iconic geological features known for their deep blue crystalline appearance, cenotes are freshwater sinkholes sacred to the Mayans: The Cenote relaxing area is a haven for meditation -my suggestion do not miss the 9am yoga classes in this unique place-.
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Link here to see my video of the Cenote Spa in Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort
Link here to see my video of the views from my balcony in Grand Hyatt Playa el Carmen Resort

To fly to Cancún I enjoyed the new Business Class of Iberia: A flat seat to sleep like a baby & a superb service

And once in Mexico City, I enjoyed the new stylish Salón Premier of Aeromexico & flew further to Cancún with Aeromexico. Link here to see my video

Read here my latest article on the jewels -most exclusive luxury hotels- I found in the last ILTM Americas

Six Senses Con Dao, paradise on an untouched Vietnam archipielago

To arrive to Six Senses Con Dao, you need to take a 40 minutes flight from Ho Chi Minh to Con Son Airport -all can be easily arranged by the resort-. Comprising 50 contemporary stand-alone villas, with either one or two floors, all of them with their own infinity pool and views of the beach. Outdoor showers, terrace and just steps from the resort's expansive private beach, just perfect.
Child-friendly activities include a daily program of age-appropriate themed activities with a focus on discovery, education, local culture, nature, sports, arts and crafts under the supervised care of expert counselors.
My suggestion: rent a motorbike & discover the main village in Con Son, its market, its tiny local seafood restaurants, the delicious street food, or the beautiful untouched beaches.
The award-winning Six Senses Spa offers yoga and meditation classes, and tailored spa massages. Another must in the resort
In Six Senses Con Dao they prepare home made ice creams, and guests can order as much as they want for free, such a great idea!

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Link here to see my villa in Six Senses Con Dao
To see the Spa in Six Senses Con Dao link here
To see my pics of Con Son Island link here
See a buggy ride along Six Senses Con Dao

To arrive to Vietnam I flew with SilkAir, entering via Danang & flying back from Ho Chi Minh with Singapore Airlines.

Read here my article in World Travel Magazine about my luxury experience in the Italian Dolomites with Hotel Ciasa Salares

For my transportation to and from the Barcelona airport I always use Abaser Barcelona, my preferred limousine service in town.

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