The two bedroom suite (Mayan resorts call this a Grand Master Suite) It is rated for up to 6 adults and 2 children (under age 13). It includes a central room with living/dining/kitchen area and two separate bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. Each suite has a huge balcony with its own private cooling pool and a jacuzzi tub in each bathroom.
This is the largest unit available at the Grand Bliss and is larger than a Grand Mayan Two Bedroom. For your comparison purpose, in the Mayan literature they are referred to as Grand Master Suite.
A two bedroom suite at the Grand Bliss is well over 1500 square feet. It has a central living room with couches that pull out like a trundle bed to make 4 normal twin size beds. Each bedroom has a king size bed and a love seat. The second bedroom love seat that pulls out to make two short single beds designed to accommodate children.
Officially, they're designate for 6 adults and 2 children under 13, but they occasionally will allow up to 8 adults. Unfortunately, it is difficult to predict which reception person will be reasonable when which won't, so we recommend sticking to a total of 8 people and up to 6 of them being adults.
There is a dining area and kitchen with everything you could want besides a conventional oven. That includes a blender, a microwave, a stove top, all pots, pans and dishes, etc. The amenities are all first class with granite countertops and stainless steel refrigerator. Remember, these are brand new units with the latest appliances.
Each bedroom has its own bathroom. The bathroom can also be accessed from the living area. Each bathroom has a large (potentially two person) Jacuzzi tub.
Each suite has a large balcony area with a small cooling pool that fills up in the morning and empties at night. There are nice lounge chairs for relaxing on the balcony.
There is twice daily maid service. We generally leave a 50 peso note (about $4) each day for the day maids. The night maids tip would depend on how much they do for you. Room service is available and the prices are pretty much the same as going to the restaurant. They are not obligated to do the dishes, but in our experience, they always do.