When dreaming of the ideal all-inclusive vacation, most people think of spending time on the beach or in a big, beautiful swimming pool straight away, but the fact of the matter is a lot of things make up the perfect all-inclusive vacation. Every thing, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, is important and can make a huge difference in your experience, whether it’s the room accommodations, the friendliness of the staff or the diversity and quality of the FOOD in the on-site restaurants and bars. The Grand Sunset Princess All-Suites Resort has all of that and more. This stunning resort is a 4-star, all-inclusive, family resort located in Cancun, Mexico. It boasts a fun, exciting atmosphere with 12 swimming pools, a full-service spa, on-site theater and so many fun daytime and evening activities. The resort also has delectable cuisine and delicious beverages care of the large number of incredible restaurants and bars on-site! The Grand Sunset Princess restaurants serve up a plethora of unique, cultural and themed cuisine from places like Italy, Switzerland, Mexico and Asia. Come tour the world with us while we explore the Grand Sunset Princess Restaurants.

The Restaurants

Green and Orange Buffet Restaurants

Who doesn’t love a delicious buffet restaurant? These restaurants are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and reservations are not required. With different theme dinners every day of the week, you could eat here every day of your stay and have something different! Guests are not allowed to enter barefoot, wearing swimsuits or wet clothes. Gentlemen must wear shirts with sleeves. The Green restaurant is located in the Grand Riviera Princess Resort and the Orange restaurant is located in the Grand Sunset Princess Resort.

Mama Mia

Grand Sunset Princess Restaurants - Mamma Mia
Mama Mia Italian Restaurant

Mama Mia is an all-inclusive, à la carte Italian restaurant located in the Grand Sunset Princess Resort. This restaurant is open for dinner only (6pm – 11-pm) and reservations are required. Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request. The dress code is casual elegance (long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves are required for gentlemen. Casual shorts and sandals are acceptable for ladies.)

La Vaqueria

For the carnivorous traveler, La Vaqueria specializes in grilled cuisine. This all-inclusive, à la carte restaurant is open for dinner only (6pm – 11pm) and reservations are required. The dress code is casual elegance, so it is asked that gentlemen please wear long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. Casual shorts and sandals are acceptable for ladies. This retaurant is located in the Grand Sunset Princess resort and is air-conditioned. (Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request.)

La Hacienda

Grand Sunset Princess Restaurants - La Hacienda
La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant

If you’re looking for a taste of authentic Mexico while you’re vacationing in Cancun, La Hacienda specializes in exquisite Mexican cuisine. This all-inclusive, à la carte restaurant located in the Grand Riviera Princess Resort is open for dinner only (6pm – 11pm) and reservations are required. The dress code is casual elegance. They ask that gentlemen wear long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. Ladies can wear casual shorts and sandals. (Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request.)

Snack Sunset and Riviera Restaurants

These buffet-style, all-inclusive restaurants serve up international cuisine for breakfast and lunch each day (breakfast: 7am – 11:30am; lunch: 12:30pm – 3pm.) Reservations are not required. Attire: guests are not allowed to enter barefoot, wearing swimsuits or wet clothes. Gentlemen must wear shirts with sleeves. Snack Sunset is located in the Grand Sunset Princess Resort and Snack Riviera is located in the Grand Riviera Princess Resort.

La Fondue

Grand Sunset Princess Restaurants - La Fondue
La Fondue Swiss Restaurant

Craving something Swiss? Grand Sunset Princess has you covered. La Fondue is a Swiss themed restaurant located in the Grand Sunset Princess Resort. The restaurant is open for dinner (6pm – 11pm) and reservations are required. The dress code is casual elegance. Gentlemen are required to wear long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. Ladies are permitted to wear casual shorts and sandals. (Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request.)

Miso

Grand Sunset Princess Restaurants - Miso
Miso Asian-Fusion Restaurant

This delicious Asian-fusion restaurant located in the Grand Sunset Princess serves up incredible à la carte dishes, including hibachi and a sushi bar. The restaurant is open for dinner (6pm – 11pm) and does require reservations. The dress code at Miso is casual elegance. For gentlemen, long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves are required. Ladies can wear casual shorts and sandals. (Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request.)

Las Olas

Las Olas is an à la carte seafood restaurant that serves up delicious favorites like ceviche and lobster. The restaurant is open for dinner (from 6pm to 11pm daily) and does require reservations. The dress code at Las Olas is casual elegance. Gentlemen are asked to wear long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. Ladies are permitted to wear casual shorts and sandals. This restaurant is not included for those staying in the Jr Suite room category. (Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request.)

Le Fleur

Grand Sunset Princess Restaurants - Le Fleur
Le Fleur International Gourmet Restaurant

Le Fleur is a fine dining, international gourmet restaurant. Located in the Grand Riviera Princess section of the resort, this restaurant is open for dinner only (6pm – 11pm) and does require reservations. The dress code for Le Fleur is casual elegance. Gentlemen are asked to please wear long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. Ladies are permitted to wear casual shorts and sandals. This restaurant is not included with any room category, but is available to all guests at an additional charge. (Special dietary menu items and vegetarian menu items may be available on request.)

Chill Out Restuarant

This open-air, al fresco-style dining experience on the beach is open for breakfast (8am – 12pm) and dinner (6pm – 11pm) Monday through Saturday (closed Sunday.) Reservations are required. This restaurant is only included for those staying in the Platinum Yucatan Suite room category, but is available to all other guests at an additional charge. The dress code is casual. Swimsuits and wet clothes are not permitted.

Tapas Bar

This Spanish-style tapas restaurant is only permitted to guests of 18 years of age or older. Dinner is available with reservation. Each of the two nightly dinner shifts offers a live Flamenco show with dinner. Gentlemen are asked to please wear long pants, closed-toe shoes and shirts with sleeves. Ladies are permitted to wear casual shorts and sandals.

Room Service

If you’d rather stay in for dinner, room service is also available at the Grand Sunset Princess. The service is included for those staying in the Platinum Suite room category and the Laguna Villa. All other room types are subject to a service fee.

Are you ready to enjoy the many flavors of the Grand Sunset Princess Resort? Explore more and book your stay today, and don’t forget to keep checking our Travel Blog for more updates like this one!

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