Mayan Riviera, Mexico
by: Ines Munoz De Baena
My family and me
Tejon...you see them running all around the property.
The hotel beach bag made with all natural fibers.
Main house living room with a tea and coffee station.
Lounging on the beach with the best view.
Pool restaurant. They have a special bbq once a week that was my favorite.
Handmade tiles on all of the restaurant tables.
La Torre master suite view.
Garden suite. The carpets in every room were specially made for the hotel, inspired by the forties.
A view of the hotel from the rocks on the way to the natural spring water lagoon.
Instead of bread they bring plantains and vegetable chips with a spread made of pepitas (roasted pumpkin seeds) and tomatoes.
Great place to relax if you don’t want to be in the sand.
Surfboard made custom for the hotel. Esencia has the most Amazing details.
Highs + Lows
The staff is super friendly.
The beach. There isn’t anything nearby...it’s almost as if the hotel owns the beach.
The homey feeling.
The food needs to be improved, nothing super special.
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Timeless, sophisticated and luxurious boutique hotel on the beach. The attention to detail makes you feel like you are at a private villa on a pristine beach.
Chic and timeless sophistication yet very very homey.
Off the grid, far enough from Tulum and Playa del Carmen.
29 rooms and 2 pool villas.
The playlists were carefully curated by Michel Gaubert, famous French DJ known for setting the tunes for top fashion shows.
- Year Opened
The current management took over in 2014, but the property dates back to the days of Rosa Rodoqanaqui.
- Designed By
It was previously the home of the duchess of Ferrari, Rosa Rodoqanaqui, who designed the villa.
2 pools and a fully equipped spa/gym with everything that you might need to continue your workout routine while on holiday.
International food and Mexican dishes cooked with locally sourced ingredients.
They have a great juice bar overlooking the ocean next to the pool. The Resaga Smoothie is the best one for a midday snack.
Mexican delicacies: fried plantains, Mexican fruit roll up, chocolate, organic chewing gum and other munchies.
Great connection & it's free.
Yes, they will have a blast. There are different activities for children.
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