Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya
Nestled on the Caribbean Coast of Mexico, Andaz Mayakoba is a truly vibrant resort, full of colour and charm.
Boasting pristine beaches, stunning design, lush greenery and world class service, this hotel is an excellent option for anyone considering a trip to the Yucatan Peninsula.
Facilities & Activities
The resort will certainly not disappoint when looking for ways to spend your time; its 2 large pools offer the perfect spot to cool down from the Mexican sun, with 1 situated by the beach with sweeping views of the ocean, and another tucked away in the quiet serenity of the lagoon. The Naum Wellness Spa draws its inspiration from local Mayan Rituals, offering a bespoke experience for guests with the option to choose your own custom ritual to your preference.
One crowing feature of Andaz Mayakoba its El Camaleón Golf Club and its stunning 18-hole course, as a PGA TOUR course expect an unforgettable experience, after all it’s not often you get to play a game that winds through dense mangroves, tropical jungle, freshwater canals and windswept palm trees, whilst overlooking the ocean!
The resort offers other unique experiences such as its Eco cruises in which you can learn about the nature and wildlife in the surrounding lagoons, and also a variety of snorkelling, diving and water sports activities. Day trips are also available to local attractions such as Xcaret adventure park.
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With an impressive 5 restaurants guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to eating; the first of which being Cocina Milagro, a pavilion in the heart of the resort with great views and great food to boot, expect a casual dining experience with a bar terrace and 2 open kitchens that allow you to watch the chefs preparing your meal.
Tinta del Pulpo offers all-day poolside cuisine with menus consisting of both Mexican and International choices. VB is an ideal spot for lunch, with an assortment of juices and smoothies and fresh vegan dishes to be enjoyed on its outdoor terrace.
Sotavento embraces a ‘toes in the sand’ atmosphere, situated directly on the beach and inspired by a shipwreck, this spot has an array of fresh seafood and Mediterranean flavours waiting to be enjoyed.
Finally, Casa Amate serves as the more formal option, open exclusively for dinner this restaurant is rated as one of the top 120 in the entire country, it is built around an elegant courtyard and overlooks the lagoon. It serves Latin American cuisine of only the highest quality.
There are a total of 214 luxury rooms, including 41 suites, all of which are inspired by nature and light. The Standard Rooms are available with either 2 doubles which can have up to 4 guests, or 1 king bed which can have up to 3 guests, and have the option of Ocean View, Lagoon View or Beachfront.
The Suites are all stunning with large windows and spacious floor plans varying from 710 square feet up to as high as 6475 square feet and can sleep up to 4 guests, again with the options of Ocean View, Lagoon View or Beachfront. However, in addition to this guests have the option to choose a Bi-level Suite which includes a private plunge pool.
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The resort is an ideal match for families, from the vast amount of space for kids to run around in, to the large pools and beachfront and the connecting rooms available in the suite room types. In addition to this the Kimbo Kids Club is available to children from the ages of 4 – 12 years, with a variety of activities to keep them entertained such as storytelling, arts and crafts and games.
The resort makes a conscious effort to protect the beautiful setting in which it is immersed in, with an integral waste management and waste water treatment system, wildlife monitoring and sea turtle conservation initiatives and coastal restoration programmes. The resort also has partnerships with local producers of sustainable forest products and also has relationships with local non-profit organizations such as Komodo A.C which provides educational support to children with learning disabilities.
The resort is set in Mexico’s Riveria Maya, which spans the coastline from Tulum to Cancun, within the gated area of Mayakoba, a 620-acre expanse of natural lagoons and tropical greenery. It is a 30-minute drive from Cancun Airport.