Surrounded by the emerald embrace of the jungle and caressed by warm Caribbean breezes, a resort of rare luxury is in the making. Rosewood Mayakoba is imbued with the unique spirit of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. A journey to this serene world, immersed in the green perfume of the jungle, captivates the soul with unimaginable natural beauty and pure, simple refinement. Situated along a mile-long arc of white sand on the Riviera Maya, Rosewood Mayakoba is the heart of a 620-acre luxury resort enclave located 40 minutes south of Cancún and north of the charming seaside village of Playa del Carmen.
Built along a network of lagoons and the Caribbean Sea, the resort's 129 suites and 11 villas are strikingly modern in design. Upon arrival, guests are transported by luxury boats or golf cart to their own personal sanctuary. All of the suites feature crisp, open spaces, contemporary furnishings and wooden lattices and glass hiding doors for natural airiness. Accommodations are complemented with such details as spacious bathrooms, plunge pools and private boat docks.
The elegant restaurant Casa del Lago serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as two private dining options (La Cava Wine Room and Avicenia). Children ages 4 and under are complimentary. Punta Bonita offers guests Mexican cuisine in a casual atmosphere with a beachfront view. Agave Azul celebrates the Asian cuisines from the northern region of Mexico. Aquí Me Qudo’s La Cantina serves the best of Mexican street foods and drinks with freshly-made, Caribbean coastal-inspired fare out of a retro-fitted food truck at the adult’s only seaside oasis. La Fondita draws inspiration from Mexico City’s neighborhood spots, serving favorites like tostadas, tacos and aqua frescas. Pan Dulce, highlights the sweet side of Mexican cuisine, specializing in pastries, cookies, breads and custom desserts. Both La Fondita and Pan Dulce are located in El Pueblito. The resort also features bar options as Casa del Lago Bar, Punta Bonita, Aquí Me Quedo and La Fondita.