Fairmont Mayakoba Hotel

Located in natural surroundings characterizes by four local ecosystems: dunes, water canals, tropical jungle and mangrove swamps.

It has 401 rooms, of which 369 are residential, with lagoon and jungle views; 32 suites are located on the beach front. Furthermore, its gastronomical range includes a European-style café, Café Maya, and two restaurants, Las Brisas and El Puerto, which have received a 4 diamond award from the American Automobile Association.

Benefits for the community

  • Its design has taken into account protection of the mangrove swamp which, together with the water system, contribute a total of 190 species of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Currently, 258 species are registered; over an eight-year period the fauna has increased by 500%
  • A responsible and environmentally-friendly tourist resort. By implementing an ancient Mayan management technique known as “socoleo” (perfect jungle equilibrium), more than 1,500 trees have been saved and relocated around the premises