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At a glance

  • Some of the most spacious and exclusive accommodation on the Riviera Maya - all villas have their own generous private pool

  • The three-bedroom Town Houses are great value and the perfect configuration for families

  • Superb facilities - exceptional spa, four excellent restaurants, tennis court, golf course...you name it

  • There’s not a full serviced kids club, however, they do have various child friendly activities per day to keep the little ones entertained

  • Set back surrounded by the mangroves and lagoons but only a short boat ride to the beach

Description

Banyan Tree's latest foray into Mexico has delivered a resort of outstanding quality, set amongst the mangroves and lagoons of the Riviera Maya. With their trademark architectural design and full commitment to a premium guest experience, the Banyan Tree Mayakoba is one of the most exclusive of all the luxury resorts on the Riviera Maya.

The one, two and three bedroom villas are extremely private and all have their own pool and a garden area with high surrounding walls. The villas themselves are very spacious, with high ceilings and an unwavering use of high-end finishing using Mayan and Asian designs. Technology is state-of-the-art and comfort is paramount, with surround sound and 42-inch plasma TVs, a wide choice in pillows, and huge bathrooms.

The service is flawless, the cuisine in the three restaurants is top-notch and the breakfasts are a real treat. A signature Banyan Tree spa is on site for ultimate pampering.

The resort has a beautiful beach club with restaurant, pool and relaxing areas, reached from the main resort by boat through the mangrove lagoons or by bicycle, a popular way for guests to transport themselves. There are also buggies that will take you from anywhere to anywhere.

Activities are suitably wide-ranging and include access to the fabulous Mayakoba championship golf course, watersports and excursions, with plenty of activities for children. So opulent is your pool villa though that it will be hard to drag yourself away.

Accommodation

Banyan Tree Mayakoba has 107 private pool villas with one, two or three bedrooms. All have a private pool and garden, creating a spacious outdoor area inspired by the courtyard houses of the Far East. The villas are elegantly designed, blending traditional Mayan handicrafts with luxury comforts. Depending on choice, your villa may also have a heated jet-pool or sunken baths, massage beds and steam rooms. There is also a Three Bedroom Town House, perfect for families or a group of friends.

Childcare

Children are welcome at Banyan Tree Mayakoba and the larger villas and three-bedroom Town House are perfect accommodation for families. Baby equipment including cots, extra beds, buggies, monitors and high chairs can all be provided on request. Babysitting can also be arranged and for children under 12 there is an informal kids club running from 9am to 5pm, with a variety of activities including eco tours, video games, board games and beach fun.

Facilities

Banyan Tree Mayakoba's luxury spa specialises in Asian-inspired treatments and incorporates The Rainforest, offering eight different hydrothermal therapy experiences. There are also three bars and three restaurants including Oriente, serving delicious Mexican specialities and Saffron serving contemporary Thai cuisine overlooking the lagoon,. For something extra special there is the Ixchel experience, dining on a traditional floating trajinera. In-villa dining is also a great option for extra privacy.

Activities

Guests at Banyan Tree Mayakoba can indulge in a relaxing massage or some hydro therapy at the spa, join in a yoga class, take a leisurely boat trip through the mangroves looking for wildlife, relax at the beach club or enjoy a round of golf at the El Cameleón Golf Club, a renowned course winding through mangroves, jungle and with some stunning ocean views. Visits can also be arranged to nearby Mayan ruins such as Tulum and Coba.

When to travel

The best time to visit is typically during the drier, slightly milder months between November and April. The ‘rainy’ season begins in the south around June and runs until November. Although it can be hotter and more humid at this time of year, usually it only rains for a couple of hours before the weather clears. The wettest months tend to be September and October. The Caribbean coast can be affected by the hurricane season, which officially is from June to November.

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Location and directions

Mayakoba, Mexico

Banyan Tree Mayakoba is located on the south-eastern shore of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, near Playa del Carmen on the Mayan Riviera.

How to get there

11-hour direct flight to Cancun International Airport. Banyan Tree Mayakoba is conveniently located 40 minutes away from Cancun International airport.



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