Discover the Sophistication of the Fairmont

For those who live in constant stress or are present in the take of decisions and of power, Fairmont Mayakoba results to be the perfect option to enjoy and delight with its web of water channels and cenotes which will take you to an surreal world, only dreaming in complete harmony with nature, within a de un complex of resorts in the Mayan Riviera.

It is about a property of 401 rooms, including 34 suites, located in the main complex or distributed throughout the entire property in the two floor houses. The rooms at the sea shore and the ones that have access to the beach offer views of the dunes, the white sand underlining the coast and the dazzling waters of the Caribbean.



Within the suites there are two Presidential and two of Specialty. The Presidential have a privileged location, one in its own island and the other one in front of the ocean. The ones of Specialty count with a more reduced and are in the top floor of the Bamboo building and in the residential sector in front of the water channels. The four of them have a living room, dining room, studio, pantry broad bedroom and a private pool.

The roomy bedrooms of the Fairmont Mayakoba are decorated with warm shades of reds, oranges and golden. The splendid bathrooms spa kind count with tubs and showers with crystal walls, with a view towards the beautiful terraces.

All of them count with an Access to Internet of high speed, LCD TV, CD player, two telephones with two lines and coffee and tea service. Each room has a balcony or terrace with an ocean view, the lagoons, the mangrove swamps, and the jungle or to the golf course.

So don’t miss the opportunity to undertake a walk through the mangrove swamps and dunes or a pleasant ride, from the main complex of the resort, until you arrive to this paradise in the heart of the Mayan Riviera.







Oscar Padilla

Edelman, México

Tel: (5255) 5350 15 2800

Fax: (5255) 5350 15 5556

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Text: AMURA ± Photo: Fairmont.