Tranquility, luxury and cultural immersion in Mexico’s Mayan Riviera

On September 27, 2012 by MexicoToday

For travellers who expect high-end luxury accommodations, the finest culinary experiences and unprecedented beauty and tranquility, look no further than Maroma on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera.

Maroma is second-to-none. Its lush property includes a 200-acre jungle and unspoiled white sand beaches fronting the stone buildings, hand designed by a family of Mayan stonemasons.

But it is more than just beauty that sets Maroma apart. This Mexican luxury resort stands apart for its undeniable attention to detail and its respect for the Mayan culture. The resort was built to align with the stars to ‘…ensure property energy flow that so that mind, body and spirit are at peace.’ Maroma offers Spanish immersion courses, traditional Mayan cuisine, eco-tours and visits to Mayan cultural sites Chichen Itza and Cobá. The resort is currently ranked #1 out of #184 resorts in Playa del Carmen on Trip Advisor.

Mexico’s Mayan Riviera has long been a sought-after vacation destination due to its beautiful white sand beaches, clear blue water and gorgeous weather.

2012 has been a booming year for the Mexican tourism industry. Just recently, the British and Mexican governments signed a tourism agreement, and this year is looking to be a record-breaking year with 24.6 visitors expected to Mexico.

And getting to Maroma is now easier than ever via nearby Cancun International Airport. Virgin Atlantic has just announced new nonstop flights to Cancun from the UK, and British Airways currently flies to Cancun from London-Gatwick. Charter airlines Thomson, Thomas Cook and Monarch also operate flights to Cancun from various locations throughout the UK.

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