Tucked into the Mexican Caribbean jungles in the heart of the Riviera Maya, Mayakoba Residences are a part of the highly exclusive Mayakoba community. Home to four world-class resorts including Andaz Mayakoba, Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Fairmont Mayakoba and Rosewood Mayakoba, the complex is just 40 minutes from the Cancun airport and the most luxurious in the area. Real estate options include Fairmont- and Rosewood-branded residences along waterways that offer a desirable alternative to classic beachfront living.
Keeping in line with Rosewood’s level of unparalleled service and attention to detail, homeowners here can live out the brand’s A Sense of Place philosophy. Offered in two-, three- and four-bedroom floor plans, residences feature interiors by Bando x Seidel Meersseman that are designed to showcase the surrounding nature. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of the lagoon while open spaces, large terraces, private pools and the use of wood and stone accentuate the verdant setting. Full ownership is available and owners not only have access to Mayakoba’s amenities but also the benefits of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts around the world.
Fairmont Residences offer more flexible ownership choices with three- and four-bedroom villas sold in one-twelfth fractions starting at $195,000. Buyers can also choose the whole ownership route with rental program options available. Residences fuse together luxury and nature with design by SB Architects and interiors by RV Design. Along with Fairmont’s pristine service, owners score privileges both inside and outside Mayakoba.
Aside from luxe living spaces, owners at both communities have access to all the fun at Mayakoba’s four resorts, 25 restaurants, four beach clubs and pools, four spas and the PGA Championship El Camaleón golf course.
Rosewood Residences priced from $3.3 million for full ownership. Fairmont Residences priced from $1.4 million for full ownership.
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This article originally appeared in the 2019 Fall/Winter issue of InMexico Magazine.