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Mayakoba is an eco-friendly beach resort development housing three different luxury hotels: the Fairmont Mayakoba, Rosewood Mayakoba, and Banyan Tree Mayakoba. The resort property also houses a high-class 18-hole golf course that hosts the only PGA Tour event in Mexico, the Mayakoba Golf Classic. The course was designed by none other than Greg Norman, a PGA legend.  

All three hotels are connected to gorgeous white sand beaches on the Caribbean Sea by freshwater lagoon canals that give hotel guests the special experience of being transported to their hotel by boat. These lagoons are not only beautiful to see, but are also part of a close-knit ecosystem full of exotic animal species. This is a huge factor and motivator that won Mayakoba so many different ecological and hotel-related awards.

Mayakoba was developed with efficiency in mind and practices sustainability. Their conscientious efforts won them the Sustainable Standard Setter Award from the Rainforest Alliance and the Ulysses Prize from the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s “Responsible Tourism Development.” The Rosewood Mayakoba is recognized as “Most Socially Responsible” by Virtuoso’s “Best of the Best” Hotel Award standards.  

All three hotels feature a variety of delicious restaurants, luxury spas and private areas perfect for family vacations, honeymoons, weddings and trips of all times. Depending on your needs and wants, Mayakoba has something to match your requests—all while leaving little to no footprint on the natural beauty surrounding it.

The Mayakoba development also includes a selection of residential properties with exclusives for those hoping to make Mayakoba a more permanent part of their lives.

For more information on this luxury resort property and to inquire about permanent Mayakoba residences, go to www.mayakoba.com.



Last Updated ( Monday, 06 February 2012 22:02 )