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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel in New York, Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico and The Mansion on Turtle Creek, A Rosewood Hotel in Dallas, are four unique destinations that reflect their very different locales. What unites them is the Dallas-based company, which for a quarter-century has been crafting a collection of distinctive, one-of-a-kind hotels. Now Rosewood Hotels & Resorts brings its reputation for impeccable service and small, luxury properties to the Riviera Maya.
Rosewood Mayakoba has 128 guest rooms set on small islands in Mayakoba’s network of crystal-clear lagoons. At Rosewood Mayakoba, you sleep, eat, drink, and visit the spa while always close to these aquamarine canals. Each room has its own dock, where a lancha pulls up to transport you to the beach, to the golf clubhouse or to the attractions of the other hotels.
Every Rosewood property is grounded in the particular history, culture and geography of its location. So it is not surprising that the design philosophy of Rosewood Mayakoba echoes the finest aspects of the Riviera Maya – its purity, its unrivalled closeness to nature and its refined simplicity. The resort’s low-slung, strikingly contemporary buildings use Yucatan limestone, which is mined from the site, and contemporary woods that are reminiscent of the jungle.
Because Mayakoba is a jungle and beach setting, guests at Rosewood Mayakoba choose between a lagoon/jungle unit, which is on the water, and a beachfront unit, which either touches the beach, looks out to the Caribbean or gazes back to the lagoons and mangrove jungle. The generously sized rooms range from 800 square feet to 3,700 square feet and all rooms feature 200 to 400 square feet of additional outdoor space. Each unit offers a plasma television and many include a rooftop sundeck or private garden with outdoor shower.
The most stunningly beautiful units at Rosewood Mayakoba are the 18 over-water units that perch on pylons in the water – streamlined, modern dwellings with a marine-feel that seemingly float in the Caribbean. The architects have used wooden lattices and screens to provide a feeling of natural airiness, white concrete walls for a tropical freshness and openwork railings for a contemporary accent. The lines are mostly modular and horizontal, with bravura vertical touch – a tall, angled wooden screen. Each unit features a private plunge pool.
No one will ever mistake Rosewood Mayakoba’s spa for any other.
First, it is located on its own island, an apt symbol for the away-from-it-all pampering and sophisticated treatments guests will receive here. Second, it is centered around a cenote, a natural surface opening to the subterranean rivers that flow throughout the Yucatan. A rich site of Mayan ceremony, a cenote is an emblem of the energy and renewal that await guests at this intimate, indulgent spa. In keeping with the inspirational natural setting, the spa’s fitness area has yoga platforms overlooking the lagoons.
The meticulous attention to detail found at Rosewood Mayakoba is also evident throughout the resort’s vibrant restaurants and cafés. They include a restaurant and bar open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; a beachside grille/bar; a spa café and a gourmet bistro ... Something for every taste – so long as that taste is for the finest.