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Why we like it
- All suites have rooftop sundecks, over-sized terraces, plunge pools and boat docks
- Rosewood Mayakobá nestles on the pure white shores of the Riviera Maya, surrounded by the emerald embrace of the jungle
- Dining options include contemporary European cuisine at Casa del Lago, regional specialties at Punta Bonita and seafood ceviches as well as a wide selection of Mexican antojitos (appetisers) at Agave Azul
- Sense, A Rosewood Spa® is set on its own island, and offers a heated pool, fully equipped gym, saunas, steam rooms, Jacuzzi, cold plunge pool and relaxation areas as well as yoga and meditation classes
- The hotel has superb beachfront and infinity edge pools
- Other facilities include bars and lounges, gardens and terraces, a Greg Norman designed golf course, water sports, reef snorkelling and diving, horse riding, fishing, lecture programmes and excursions
- The Toolok Kids' Club offers a range of services, facilities and activities for children
- For the ultimate in relaxation, We recommend the Deluxe Spa Suite with its own in-suite treatment room
Riviera Maya is home to the world's second largest reef, so the snorkelling and diving is a real treat. We rather enjoyed the tequila tasting sessions too…
.Melissa is a first-rate Travel Consultant, and the relationship and trust that she has built with us is truly cherished.
- GF, Bedfordshire
Rosewood Mayakobá is a welcome addition to Rosewood's lavish portfolio and a perfect escape in wonderful surroundings at the heart of a 1,600-acre luxury resort enclave.
The hotel's 100 or so suites hide amongst temperate mangroves and, whether suspended over sparkling lagoon waterways or gracing the resort's sandy shores, offer spacious living. On the outside, they are designed to exist in harmony with their surroundings, whilst providing ample terraces, plunge pools and garden showers. Inside, they are effortlessly chic, bringing together limestone floors, clean lines and neutral décor with superb designer furniture.
Their crowning glory, literally, are the secluded rooftop decks, which continue the super-stylish theme and are perfect spots from which to gaze into star-filled skies on balmy evenings.
Best time to be there
October to April as the rainy season works its way up from the south beginning in May and running until September. Hurricanes may occur from July to October. December to February are the coolest months, when northerly winds can sometimes take inland northern Mexico temperatures down to freezing.
Mexico City Mon, Wed, Fri and Sun (onward connections to the coast)
12 hours (plus one hour for onward connections)
GMT -6 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No mandatory vaccinations required
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