Magic in the Riviera Maya at Rosewood Mayakoba

In Playa del Carmen & Tulum, Stay by Suzanne KochLeave a Comment

White beaches, emerald landscapes and turquoise waters surround this tropical 1,600-acre resort. Since opening in 2008, Rosewood Mayakoba, inspired by Mayan traditions, continues to tempt guests looking for luxury among the ultimate escape. One hundred and thirty exclusive suites are crafted from indigenous materials like limestone, wood and water, while sliding glass doors and contemporary furnishings decorate this Riviera Maya resort. Lagoons and wooden lattices create a tranquil ambience amid open-air spaces and the suites are topped off with rooftop sun decks, plunge pools and boat decks and some even feature outdoor garden showers.

Deluxe Overwater Lagoon Suite

Deluxe Overwater Lagoon Suite

Dine over water at Casa Del Lago, a modern and contemporary Italian restaurant with Mexican-inspired flavors that hovers over the pool and lagoon. For sunny, Caribbean views choose a table at Punta Bonita, and for sushi and tequila, visit Agave Azul Sushi & Tequila Bar where views of the mangroves fill the relaxing space.

Agave Azul Sushi & Tequila Bar

Agave Azul Sushi & Tequila Bar

To take your relaxation up a notch, Sense, a Rosewood Spa delivers Mayan-inspired treatments in its 17,000-square-foot retreat. Twelve treatment rooms, eight island suites and separate spa facilities await guests in this “retreat-within-a-retreat.”

Three pools, including an adults-only pool at the spa are available, in addition to El Camaleón, an 18-hole Greg Norman golf course that resides inside the Mayakoba resort enclave.

Deluxe Overwater Lagoon Suite

Deluxe Overwater Lagoon Suite

For more information, visit: rosewoodhotels.com/en/mayakoba-riviera-maya

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