Fairmont Mayakoba | Mexico | If Only

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Fairmont Mayakoba sits within a private gated resort surrounded by tropical forest and waterways. Jump on a bike, boat or golf cart to get around this car-free resort from your guest accommodation to the resort’s restaurants, bars, spa, fitness centre and soft Caribbean beach.


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What's nearby

Find Mexican crafts and artists and lively nightlife in Playa del Carmen, just a 15-minute drive from the resort. Visit the renowned Mayan ruins at Coba, Tulum and Chichen Itzá or the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Sian Ka’an. The Riviera Maya is famous for having the world’s second largest coral reef, which you can reach from nearby Cozumel.

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 401 rooms and suites



Fairmont Mayakoba offers a collection of 401 plush guest rooms, casitas and suites surrounded by tropical forest and lagoons. The décor takes inspiration from Mexican tones of russet, turquoise, pink and cream, complemented by warm woods in furnishings and slatted shutters. Connecting rooms are ideal for families while spa-style bathrooms allow you to indulge in a soak in the tub.

Beachfront casitas offer private butler service, a spacious terrace overlooking the ocean and a private stairway to the beach.



Mexican and Asian cuisine meet on the menu at El Puerto with its delectable dishes of dim sum, ceviches and antojitos. Choose a cocktail, sake or tequila to match your meal. Dine on fresh seafood and grills on the terrace at beachfront Brisas with the Caribbean Sea as your backdrop. Enjoy a buffet breakfast by the pool or opt for a lighter lunch or dinner with a Mexican flavour at La Laguna.


Make your way from the resort to the white-sand beach by complimentary bike, golf cart or electric lancha boat. Sunbathe by one of the resort’s five pools, including one with a swim-up bar.

Take to the courts for a friendly game of tennis and paddle tennis, or explore the surrounding waters with a day of snorkelling or scuba diving, and by kayak or catamaran. Play 18 holes at the Greg Norman-designed El Camaleón golf course or improve your swing at the Jim McLean Golf School.



Delight in a soothing massage overlooking the mangrove forest at the Willow Stream Spa. Relax between and after Mayan-inspired treatments in the outdoor whirlpools, vitality pool or the lush, tropical gardens. Train with an instructor or follow your own regime in the resort’s well-equipped fitness centre.



One of the resort’s five pools is exclusively for children with its own wading pool and waterslide. The resort’s Discovery Club and Adventure Camp offers a lively mixture of cultural and educational activities for five- to eleven-year-olds, from Mayan jungle adventures to making their own piñatas.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Cancun International Airport


Approximately 40 minutes from the airport


December until March is classified as high season, when it is warm and sunny with just a few rain showers. The wet season is from May to November and is the best time to go for swimming in the ocean, as the sea temperature has heated up. The winter is very warm and dry. Sea Turtle nesting takes place from late April until October.



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