Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa
Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa
Riviera Maya, Mexico
Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is a tropical hideaway located on the fabulous Yucatan Peninsula outside of Playa del Carmen in Mexico, nestled between the turquoise Caribbean and lush jungle on a pristine long stretch of white sand beach.
At a Glance
Set on one of the most stunning beaches in Mexico - think powdery white sands washed by the clearest turquoise sea
Formal yet relaxed Belmond run hotel with excellent service
A place to relax and be pampered - no TVs in the guest rooms and suites
Guests can enjoy a variety of dining experiences from Yucatan inspired dishes at El Restaurante to gourmet cuisine at El Sol
The Kinan Spa offers a selection of invigorating treatments based on ancient Mayan techniques
A full range of non-motorized water sports available at the marina - kayaking, sailing, fishing - superb snorkeling and scuba diving offshore
Has now opened completely to families - it was previously only for guests aged 16 years and over
For some real pampering, entrust yourself to the spa manager who can arrange all kinds of wonderful treatments.Scott Dunn team
A Key Lime Martini and Shrimp Tacos in the beach restaurant comes highly recommended!Cheska Lowe
For more privacy make sure to request an Ocean View Junior Suite on the upper level.Scarlett Richard
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa
A tropical retreat, Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is located next to the world's second largest reef surrounded by 200 acres of jungle and plantation preserve.
The 63 guest rooms and suites are decorated in a traditional Mexican style with hand painted tiles, mahogany furnishings and soft wool rugs. Bathrooms are well appointed with sunken baths and thatched roof terraces offer stunning views of the ocean and jungle. Families are very welcome here.
There are 3 restaurants with ocean views serving innovative Mexican cuisine, a juice bar and a tequila & ceviche bar. Guests can enjoy excellent Yucatan inspired cuisine served in an oceanfront dining area or under the thatched palapa on the beach. By night, the beach front dining area is illuminated with candles and torches. A range of dining experiences are offered on a weekly basis from tequila tasting classes to cocktail lessons and traditional BBQ dinners.
Facilities at the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa include three swimming pools, two tennis courts, the Kinan spa offering a variety of treatments, and a rooftop yoga pavilion with 360-degree views of the jungle. The spa and wellness center offers a range of spa and beauty treatments including facials, massages, yoga and reiki.
Given its privileged beach location, one can enjoy a long list of water sports, including snorkeling, diving, sailing, parasailing, sport fishing, kayaking and swimming with dolphins. It's also possible to arrange excursions to nearby Mayan ruins such as Coba and Tulum.
The Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa has 63 fabulous guest rooms and suites. They have all been furnished with soft wool rugs, hand-painted tiles, original artwork and king size beds to create a lovely serene environment. All rooms feature a terrace or balcony with hammock and sitting areas and come with iPod docking stations, sunken bathtubs, air conditioning, complimentary WiFi and a morning coffee service delivery.
Children are welcome all year round at the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa. Up to two children can be accommodated in the Garden Master Suites and above and children are given a welcome kit, child size slippers and kaftans and milk and cookies at bedtime. Babysitting can be arranged and there is a daily 2-hour afternoon supervised children's program, where the children can learn about Mexican and Mayan culture through play. There is also a games center with a kid's activity room (Xbox, beach toys, organized activities.) Kids under four must be accompanied by an adult. There is a family swimming pool and beach games, and all children receive a special welcome kit, kid size slippers and kaftan at check-in.
Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is set amongst beautiful tropical gardens and has three swimming pools and two tennis courts. Tennis lessons with a pro can be arranged on request. There is also an observation tower where guests can chill out and enjoy the views and also organize a special private dinner on request, and a cultural palapa, with a range of books and magazines, television with a selection of movies and complimentary. The hotel has some excellent restaurants, with the option of dining by the beach. There is a gourmet Restaurant 'El Sol' with a casual elegant ambience, 'El Restaurante' combines traditional Mexican flavors with a modern twist and live music, 'Freddy's' is a tequila and ceviche bar offering the largest tequila and Mezcal selection in the area. La Cantina offers a diverse a la carte menu serving a range of Mexican home-style dishes and the Cilantro juice bar is now open daily, conveniently located next to the fitness center.
The hotel offers different authentic dining experiences each night which might be Barbecue on the beach night, Taco night, Cantina night, Seafood night, tequila or wine tasting nights for example. Join the Chef's Table on Wednesdays and enjoy a 6-course, authentic Mexican cuisine inspired by ancient techniques, served up by the Executive Chef.
Guests at the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa can enjoy a wide variety of activities including cooking classes, kite surfing, snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, kayaking, sailing, parasailing, swimming with dolphins, horseback riding, tennis and shark whale watching between June and mid September. Excursions can also be arranged to some of the famous Mayan sites dotted around the Yucatan peninsula. Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa also offers yoga, pilates, wellness, detox and med spa programs.
There is a 24 hour gym on site, three swimming pools (one exclusively for adults), two tennis courts (rackets and balls available), and a spa with ten treatment rooms.
Location & Directions
Riviera Maya, Mexico
Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is located in the state of Quintana Roo, on the Mexican Caribbean, at the Riviera Maya.
When to go
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.