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Fairmont Mayakoba, Mexico Riviera Maya
Situated within 240 acres of tropical forest and crystal clear waterways, Fairmont Mayakoba is one of three hotels in the Mayakoba complex, known as Venice of the Caribbean.
Chablé Maroma
After 8 years of conception, perfecting and evolving wellness, Chablé Maroma opened its doors. Like its sister property, Chablé Yucatán, the hotel genuinely pays tribute to local Mayan traditions and heritage, embracing authentic Mayan conventions regularly.
Jashita
One of the best-kept secrets on the Riviera Maya, Jashita is a luxury boutique hotel hidden away in Soliman Bay.
Viceroy Riviera Maya, Mexico Riviera Maya
Hidden in a small village just outside Playa del Carmen, Viceroy Riviera Maya is a seaside refuge extending deep into the primitive Maya tropical forest.
Maroma, A Belmond Hotel
Sure to become Turquoise favourite, Maroma, A Belmond Hotel is a set on arguably the best beach in the Riviera Maya. On arrival you are greeted with 'Welcome Home' and it doesn't take long to feel like it is!
Rosewood Mayakoba, Mexico Riviera Maya
Inspired by Mayan traditions and designed to blend harmony with its natural surroundings, Rosewood Mayakoba is an oasis of luxury with winding lagoons, lush landscapes and indigenous wildlife on your doorstep.
Hotel Esencia, Mexico Riviera Maya
Located between Playa del Carmen and Tulum, Hotel Esencia is a unique and tranquil hideaway. Once the home of an Italian duchess, this wonderful retreat has been transformed into a fabulous boutique hotel.
Aldea Kuka
It was love at first sight at Aldea Kuka, a luxury retreat on the beach with exceptional eco credentials. Mexican owner, Marco Z. Garcia Marquez has created an adult-only dreamboat of a hideaway made from wood, logs, bamboo and thatched in palm.
Hotel Villas Flamingos
Hotel Villas Flamingos describes itself as ‘the last nook in the Caribbean’ and that is exactly what it feels like – barefoot beach time at its very best.
Ser CasaSandra
Owned by Cuban-born writer and artist Sandra Pérez Lozano, as its name suggests, Ser CasaSandra is intended to feel as much like a home as a hotel. It features just 17 rooms (and one villa), made from local materials, and dotted throughout tropical gardens. There’s a bohemian vibe: think homemade hammocks, an eclectic collection of antiques and rattan furniture, while art adorns every wall.
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