Featuring 129 Suites and an exclusive collection of Private Residences, Rosewood Mayakoba offers a sophisticated living experience immersed in an awe-inspiring tropical environment. Whether situated along the resort’s winding lagoons or overlooking the Caribbean Sea, these Playa del Carmen accommodations artfully capture the natural beauty of the Riviera Maya within serene interior living spaces.
Each Suite offers an open floor plan, oversized terraces and contemporary custom furnishings crafted by Mexican artisans. In this oasis of comfort and tranquility, subtle touches reflect the region’s Mayan heritage. Spacious bathrooms, plunge pools, boat docks, butler service and other thoughtful amenities contribute to an elevated stay.
Built along serene lagoons and the Caribbean Sea, the resort’s 129 suites are strikingly modern in design yet crafted from such indigenous materials as to appear born of the jungle. Limestone, wood and water are fused in harmony with the natural surroundings. Upon arrival guests are transported by luxury boats or golf cart to their own personal sanctuary. All of the suites feature crisp, open spaces, contemporary furnishings and sliding-glass doors with wooden lattices for natural airiness. Accommodations at the luxury Playa del Carmen resort are complemented with such details as rooftop sundecks, over-sized terraces, spacious bathrooms (some with outdoor garden showers), plunge pools and boat docks.
Lagoon Studio Suite
Situated on the resort’s emerald lagoons, this over-sized suite features an expansive lagoon-side terrace with plunge pool, rooftop sundeck, bathroom with outdoor garden shower and views of the lagoons and mangroves.
Located near the crystal–clear cenote on the resort’s spa island, the indulgent Island Suite boasts a terrace with private plunge pool, bathroom with outdoor shower and adjoining private spa treatment room. Enjoy solitude and serenity on this private island along with proximity to an adult’s only pool area. Due to the design and layout of suite, please note only adults are allowed, double-occupancy.
Deluxe Overwater Lagoon Suite
Appearing to float along the water’s edge, this ultra contemporary one-bedroom suite gracefully extends over the resort waterways and features a lagoon-side terrace with plunge pool, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors to capture the essence of the surroundings, bathroom with outdoor garden shower and views of mangroves.
Deluxe Lagoon Suite
Situated on the resort’s emerald lagoons, this executive one-bedroom suite features a separate living room area, lagoon-side terrace with plunge pool, rooftop sundeck, bathroom with outdoor garden shower and second guest powder room with shower. The suite offers views of the lagoons and mangroves.
Beachside Lagoon View Suite
Nestled beachside, just steps from the ocean, this over-sized one-bedroom suite features a large foyer, separate living room area, lagoon-side terrace with plunge pool and spacious bathroom. The suite offers expansive lagoon views from its terrace.
Rooftop Ocean View Suite
This over-sized one-bedroom suite features a large foyer, separate living room area, rooftop patio terrace with plunge pool and spacious bathroom. The suite offers panoramic views of the ocean, mangroves and lagoons.
Beachfront Studio Suite
Situated directly on the beach just steps from the ocean, this suite offers a beachfront terrace with plunge pool, spacious bathroom with outdoor garden area and unobstructed views of the ocean.
Mayakoba Two Bedroom Suite
Lagoon Presidential Suite
Beachfront Presidential Suite
Nightly turndown service
Fresh fruit & bottled water daily
Complimentary wireless Internet access
24-hour butler service
24-hour in-room dining
Daily housekeeping & turndown service
Casa del Lago
Tropical breakfast in the traditional style of Central Mexico.
Rising above the resort’s main pool, Casa del Lago celebrates the breakfast traditions of Central Mexico, where the meal has long been the most important of the day. Lured by the aromas of homemade regional dishes, families sit down for a moment together before the busy morning bustle begins.
At Casa del Lago, this tranquil interlude is heightened by the restaurant’s beautiful lagoon setting. Each morning, an extensive continental breakfast buffet is laid out with premium cheeses, cold cuts, smoked salmon, fruits, pastries, cereals and yogurts, while hot dishes are available from an à la carte menu.
Lunch by the sea with a menu drawn from Mexico’s southern Pacific coast
Graced with spectacular panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea, Punta Bonita is known for its warm Mexican hospitality. Situated next to the resort’s family pool deck, this barefoot casual restaurant serves lunch with a choice of indoor or terrace seating as well as dishes to share at the beach or pool.
The gastronomic heritage and culture of Mexico’s most diverse states—Michoacán, Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chiapas—are explored within Punta Bonita’s intriguing menu. Savory street foods and ceviche are made to order, bringing the palate of the Mexico’s southern Pacific coast to life. Guests can even learn how to make fresh homemade tortillas at the comal just like a traditional Mexican mama.
Northern Baja California seafood restaurant with Asian influences
Inspired by the proliferation of Asian culinary influences found along Tijuana’s colorful streets, the new Agave Azul restaurant fuses Chinese and Japanese cooking techniques with the traditions of northern Baja California’s Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe. Known for providing some of the best seafood in the world, northern Mexico boasts a robust street culture and remarkedly diverse cuisine. Agave Azul’s seafood-driven menu features revolutionary Asian flair, exciting flavor combinations and fresh, simple ingredients.
Overlooking a tranquil lagoon, the casual restaurant boasts sweeping views of the main pool and lush mangroves, making it a delightful choice for pre-dinner cocktails, appetizers or a light dinner as evening sets in.
La Ceiba Garden & Kitchen
Authentic al fresco culinary adventure showcasing Mayan heritage
Traditional Mayan cooking techniques take center stage at La Ceiba Garden & Kitchen, the resort’s one-of-a-kind outdoor culinary adventure. In an interactive setting, guests partake in lively sit-down meals, cooking demonstrations and tastings. They can even forage for their own produce from over 45 types of fruits, vegetables and herbs cultivated in the adjacent organic garden. La Ceiba’s extensive garden features over 20 different sections for planting and groves of tropical trees native to the Yucatan Peninsula.
Enveloped in stunning natural beauty, the 20,000-square-foot fine dining restaurant is anchored by an 18-seat communal table set beneath a mighty Ceiba tree—an ancient Mayan symbol for prosperity, strength, unity and earthly connections to the spirits above. The al fresco kitchen, which serves only food cooked over an open flame in accordance with Mayan tradition, specializes in both classic and modern Mexican dishes, elevated with seasonal ingredients from the garden. For perfect pairings, a Garden Mixologist is on hand to guide patrons in selecting the best Mexican herbs and spices for their cocktails.
Aquí Me Quedo
Beachside haven offering street food and fare from Mexico’s Caribbean coast
At the adults-only beachfront oasis, Aquí Me Quedo, guests can pair hours of toes-in-the-sand serenity with fresh Caribbean coastal fare and the best Mexican street foods. Conceived as a secluded and vibrant spot to soak in the Riviera Maya’s simple pleasures, the retreat mirrors the residential style of a grand seaside home and the relaxed, natural beauty of nearby Tulum. With its open-air living and dining rooms, sunken infinity pools, interactive display kitchen and 2,200-square-foot event space, the enclave is a comfortable place to gather, dine, relax and play.
Channeling the laidback spirit of Mexico’s Caribbean coast, Aquí Me Quedo offers open-air tables and lounge seating beneath a canopy of palm trees. Between strolls in the surf and dips in the pools, sunseekers can savor tangy ceviche, the catch of the day, fresh coconut, local beer, rosé, mojitos and fine Mexican spirits such as mezcal and tequila—all served from La Cantina, a retrofitted vintage food truck on the beach.
Colonial Yucatán Peninsula bar serving cocktails and Mediterranean small plates
Rosewood Mayakoba’s newest experience is named after a tropical fruit tree indigenous to the Caribbean and Central America. Offering a relaxed atmosphere, Zapote takes its cues from the colonial haciendas of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. A cozy indoor-outdoor living room surrounded by lush jungle, the bar is the social heart of the resort—the place for easy conversation, contemporary Mayan cocktails and shareable Mediterranean-style small plates created from locally procured ingredients.
Al Fresco at Aqui Me Quedo
Dinner by the sea with a menu drawn from Mexico’s southern Pacific coast
Enjoy a unique culinary experience under the stars of the Riviera Maya. The resort offers a rotating calendar of dinner service between Punta Bonita and Aquí Me Quedo, with comfortable seating on one of the seaside decks or directly on the sand. At these beachfront venues, guests enjoy authentic recipes from Mexico’s southern coast, such as moles, adobos and pipiáns combined with vegetables and fresh produce from the region.
Mexico City-inspired tacos, tostadas and mezcal
Drawing inspiration from Mexico City’s casual neighborhood eateries, La Fondita is set in the charming atmosphere of a posh cantina. Colorful, freshly prepared street foods dominate a menu of local favorites, including tostadas, tacos, aguas frescas, craft beer and mezcal. After browsing the galleries and boutiques of Mayakoba’s El Pueblito village square, the indoor-outdoor restaurant is an ideal place to stop for a light lunch, afternoon snack or refreshments.
Traditional Mexican bakery
The aromas, textures and flavors of food can transport one through time and space to the fondest recollections. At Pan Dulce, memories and shared moments are captured in the most enticing Mexican baked goods. Composed of the freshest ingredients, delectable breads, pastries and cookies are issued daily from its ovens. The traditional bakery, which is located in Mayakoba’s El Pueblito village square, also creates custom orders for guests’ special occasions.
Once a week, a colorful celebration transforms Punta Bonita, extending from the restaurant deck to the beach. At live stations, chefs prepare a variety of meats, seafood and vegetables over open-flame charcoal grills, accompanied by marinades and sauces. Freshly made tortillas for quesadillas and tacos, salads and decadent desserts are enjoyed to the rhythm of live music and captivating views of the sea. Seating is available around the pool deck or on the beach, and a welcome cocktail is included.
Beach Food Fest
Join family and friends on a journey across the world as we explore street food with an international twist. Enjoy a relaxed evening under the stars with live music and lounge seating overlooking the beach while our chefs serve up enticing interpretations of their favorite street foods. Savor small plates paired with tequila, mezcal, Mexican wine or your favorite cocktail. Highlights include empanadas, samosas, tamales, grilled seafood and salads.
Hacienda Harvest & Picnic
Immerse yourself in the Yucatán’s deeply rooted colonial heritage. Learn to harvest a picnic using regenerative biodynamic agriculture based on the principles of permaculture, conservation and sustainability. Cool off in a private cenote before sitting down to lunch in one of the many unique settings at the historical hacienda, complete with seasonal beverages made with fruits and herbs from the estate. This incredible experience concludes with a local cheese and honey tasting.
Taco Discovery at La Ceiba
Uncover the secrets behind one of Mexico’s most iconic dishes—El Taco. During this hands-on workshop, you will prepare three tacos and salsas alongside our talented chefs using fresh ingredients you have procured from our organic garden. As you enjoy local beer, mezcal or Mexican wine, a range of cooking techniques will be demonstrated, including how to make tortillas from scratch.
Partners in Provenance
Known for its bold, market-driven cuisine, Rosewood Mayakoba utilizes produce grown on site and the bounty of local farms, fisherman and purveyors in its innovative dining experiences.
Led by Chef Juan Pablo Loza, Rosewood Mayakoba’s culinary team creates extraordinary dining encounters based on sustainable practices and locally procured ingredients. The resort is certified by the Monterey Bay Aquarium as a Seafood Watch partner for its responsible purchasing and consumption of produce. Chef Loza is also an ambassador for Come Pesca, which promotes the consumption of Mexican seafood.
Hidden by the tropical jungle, Sense, A Rosewood Spa® lies on its own island, secluded from the rest of the resort. This exclusive Playa del Carmen spa melds water and earth to echo the soul of Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Offering an array of treatments inspired by the resort’s magical setting, guests discover how ancient Mayan culture harnessed natural elements to achieve overall well-being and balance.
Encouraging harmony, the spa’s transformative Sense Journeys feature a mix of signature services and amenities inspired by the Riveria Maya, such as the Kuxtal Sensory Garden Ritual and Eclipse Sun & Moon Journey for two.
Activities & Amenities
Championship golf at signature Greg Norman 7,000-yard, 18-hole course, El Camaleon, that meanders along the coast**
Swimming at beachfront, infinity-edge & spa pools
Sense, A Rosewood Spa® featuring 12 lagoon-embraced treatment rooms, therapeutic lounging pools and fitness center
Snorkeling and diving excursions to the world’s second largest reef or in Mexico’s crystal-clear cenotes that spring from subterranean rivers
Day trips to explore Mayan ruins in Tulum or the ecological haven of Xcaret
Shopping in nearby Playa del Carmen
Deep-sea & sportsfishing
Mayakoba Dive & Water Sports Center
Luxury Yacht Rentals
Day trips to explore cenotes and nature adventure pa
**El Camaleon golf course will be closed for the Mayakoba Golf Classic
Located south of Cancun and 15 minutes north of Playa del Carmen, the resort is conveniently situated a short distance from ancient Mayan ruins, ecological parks, breathtaking beaches, countless watersports and diving in the Great Mayan Reef, the second largest coral system in the world.
Ctra. Federal Cancún-Playa del Carmen Km 298, 77710 Playa del Carmen, Q.R., Mexico