There is no moderation in immoderation. In any case, the Mandarin Oriental Riviera Maya has taken such idea rather seriously. The resort, opened since last February, is settled amidst 36 acres of tropical jungle and Caribbean’s pristine beaches on the Yucatan peninsula. The 128 rooms hotel, scattered within the entire resort, offers maximum intimacy along with magnificent views depending on the room’s location. The Ribera rooms blend into a landscaped garden leading down to a sacred canal. The Selva rooms, with slate roofs, are placed around the exquisite art patio courtyards designed by 6 Mexican artists. The Cenote rooms encircle the mystical cenote and, for the elevated rooms, a mesmerising view of the sacred Mayan water feature. The Laguna rooms are nestled along the lagoon. If you are not tempted by whether the Ribera, Laguna or Cenote rooms, indulge yourself to one of the 5 Casitas and its private terrace and swimming pool. Or, the ultimate luxury, the Presidential villa with its own butler and Chef ? Parents could benefit from the best treatment proposed at the 2000 m2 spa, unique in all Latin America, while their children will stay at the Kid’s Club. Snacking and dining is just a matter of taste that would be fulfilled among the seven restaurants and bars serving eclectic and creative food within idyllic settings. Mandarin Oriental Riviera Maya makes it sixth hotel for the Mandarin Oriental Hotels. The award winning group should run another 8 hotels on the American continents.
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