From sumptuous resort cuisine and magical romantic locations to mesmerizing views with just-as-impressive eats, these dining destinations are not to be missed.

As featured in InMexico magazine 2017.

 

Casa del Lago

Casa Del Lago at Rosewood Mayakoba

Italian-inspired cuisine with a Mexican touch

  • Spanish for “lake house,” Casa del Lago features indoor and outdoor dining overlooking the main pool and lagoons
  • Italian-inspired dinner menu with a Mexican touch, served family-style
  • Visit for breakfast to find a buffet of traditional Mexican breakfast items and a juice bar

rosewoodhotels.com/mayakoba

 

Ixchel

Ixchel at Banyan Tree Mayakoba

Journey down Mayakoba’s canals and mangroves

  • Ixchel, translated as moon goddess is your private trajinera boat that serves as your dinner table for a magical evening
  • Feast your eyes on the lush surroundings while dining on local and international, made-to-order cuisine prepared by the culinary host
  • Ixchel is available for breakfast and dinner

banyantree.com/mayakoba

 

The Grill at 1-26

The Grill at 1-26 at Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen

Exquisite eats paired with savory sips

  • Views of the pool and Caribbean Sea complement the prime steaks and fresh seafood dishes
  • Led by the young Chef John Corey Collins who brings a modern touch, cooking with ingredients that pair with top-shelf bar offerings
  • Make sure to check out the specialty gin cocktail list created and curated by the staff using ingredients like rosemary, pink peppercorn and grapefruit

Tip: Don’t miss the monthly “Full Moon Dinner” series, when guests can enjoy the celestial sight with their meal.

grandhyattplaya.com