Fairmont Mayakoba's Mexican home is a unique mixture of interwoven cultures. While the host of free spirits and roamers that have long been attracted to this glorious peninsula have lent to the relaxed local culture a European style and flair for gracious living, travelers can bask in perfect solitude on uninhabited beaches, explore eco-parks or enjoy nearby Playa del Carmen's exuberant nightlife. Many come to experience Cozumel, one of the world's premier diving and snorkeling destinations.
First made famous by famed French marine pioneer Jacques Cousteau, here the warm currents and coral reefs support a breathtaking pantheon of marine life. Some come to explore Chichen Itza, one of the world's new seven wonders, and experience the fascinating world of the Mayans, whose mythology, science and culture can still be felt today. Of course most want a taste of it all: the delicate jungle, the alabaster white sand beaches, the crystal clear turquoise water, the fine cuisine and the spectacular nightlife.
The Fairmont Mayakoba resort has 401 elegant rooms scattered among the main building and villas spread through the indigenous jungle, and 34 beach and lagoon casitas - each one offering guests an extraordinary and memorable view. Guests may rest their the eyes upon the mesmerizing ocean or the sweet sight of mangroves and jungle.
Map of Fairmont Mayakoba