Nestled in the most loved Riviera Maya and at a distance of 42 miles (70 km) from Cancun, the Fairmont Mayakoba Resort is a magical treat for a keen visitor. Preserving and spreading the holiness and magic of the ancient culture, the resort is flanked by the beloved Caribbean coast, canals, and mangrove forests, which is made reachable only through a single main entrance. The tranquil sunlight glimmers and hops on the emerald waters of the lagoon; while the undulating waves of the Caribbean cleanse the coast forming a natural sonata of aroma and sound.
The Fairmont Mayakoba in the Riviera Maya is the house of the distinct blend of the interlaced cultures. This magnificent peninsula has pulled a host of free roamers since long, which have granted a relaxed European style and style for elegant living. So, the travelers can laze around in perfect seclusion on these deserted beaches, enjoy the close by Playa del Carmen’s lively nightlife, and discover the eco-parks.
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Coming to its rooms, they are 401 in number and are divided into three groups namely, Casita Deluxe Rooms, Standard Rooms, and Casita Signature Suites. The Casita Deluxe Rooms are available throughout the resort and feature jumbo windows offering the optimum natural light. With the private balcony, the rooms offer a seamless outdoor view of the surrounding tropical forest. Talking about the Standard Rooms, they are adorned with luxurious furnishings as well as a modern Mexican decor. Even here, you can enjoy in its private terrace while having a view of the magnificent landscape.
The Casita Signature Suites with the oversized windows and a private spacious balcony invite the visitors to have the vistas of the exceptional lagoon as well as the water canal. These elegant rooms feature a spacious marble bathroom, luxurious tub, glassed shower stall, two chairs, and a working desk.
The main restaurant is CaféMaya that throughout the day offers tempting pastries, coffees, classic deli favorites, and ice creams. It also supplies for the in-room refreshments and is an ideal place to try out its culinary souvenirs such as snacks and Mexican seasonings. Check out for the terrace seating here.
For a cool dining experience, head to the El Puerto Restaurant at any time of the day. It serves the menu that includes all kinds of seasonal, rich, and interesting flavors of Mexico as well as the international flavors. Inspired by the previous port zone, the structure of the restaurant is such that you can enjoy the spectacular vistas of the lagoon and the cozy dinning ambience. Further, if you wish to arrange a private event here, you can do so by booking it in advance.
Flanked by the pristine and transparent waters of the Mayakoba Lagoons, the La Laguna Restaurant is a sloppy and enthralling site serving an exceptional breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet. The menu includes wood-fired pizzas, healthy items, and great local cuisine making you recall that you are in the city of the Incas and Mayas. The ultimate blend is a social, cultural, and religious illustration of the folks who come here.
Designed to be aligned with the nature for making it the most wanted dining restaurant in the Maya Riviera, the Las Brisas Restaurant offers diverse contemporary cuisine within the shelter of a palapa. A la carte breakfast and light delights are the main temptations here, which are offered at the outdoors. The total seating capacity: 50 at the terrace and 85 in indoors. From here, you can enjoy a beautiful ocean side view, market café, pool bar, and a pool grill.
The Lobby Bar is where you can try out the different and tasty Mexican snacks and refreshing afternoon tea and coffee in a charming local atmosphere. You can also enjoy the tropical cocktails as well as the seasonal live music.
Seen at the main pool, the Las Olas & Aqua Pool Bars is a series of pool bars wherein you can enjoy the liquid refreshment. Serving everything from healthy nectars to icy margaritas adorned with the famous tequilas, you know what you have to do to get your drink.