In the ancient Maya language, Mayakoba means village over water. Banyan Tree Mayakoba is true to this definition, surrounded by lagoons, mangroves and bordered by the sea. A resort for the renewal of both mind and body, it gathers those who come under the leafy shelter of the Banyan, a tree native to the Orient and thought to be magical in its power to nurture.
A breathtaking getaway for relaxation, rejuvenation, romance and world-class dining, it is also the region’s most sustainable five-star resort.
The 120 pool villas and the 34 new beachfront pool suites are decorated with handcrafted Mayan furnishings and feature both a private pool and outdoor soaking tub. Expert therapists use traditional Asian healing techniques in the renowned spa, while the authentic Thai restaurant, Saffron, is overseen by chefs from Thailand. Golfers navigate a cenote on the Greg Norman-designed El Camaleón, a PGA championship course. Guests can also take a boat tour in the mangrove-lined canals.
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Daily breakfast for two guests per bedroom
- Resort Credits ranging from USD $100 to USD $200 per villa, per stay (Resort credit amount varies depends on the villa categories)
- Preferential green fees at El Camaleon Golf Course, a PGA championship course
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi