The Maroma Resort is a top class resort, built in the style of the old Mexican haciendas. The hotel is made up of a series of huts with roofs made of palm leaves. The resort set along 25 acres of beachfront on Mexico’s Riviera Maya, just a 20 minute taxi ride from the Cancun airport.
This boutique hotel has 65 rooms and a 4-bedroom villa, which have bamboo shutters and terraces with double hammocks. The rooms are elegant and spacious, offers king-size bed and luxury bath, all feature locally materials.
Each bathtub in the rooms is different, individually designed and set amid hand painted Mexican floor tiles. Example, the inviting handmade hammocks are made of silk from the Yucatan. The televisions and DVD are only on request, so it is great to escape from the real world.
Things to do: Yucatan Peninsula is home to many famous Mayan archaeological sites, such as Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza. You can explore the area on your own, or with a guided tour. Also the Caribbean sea and the second longest barrier reef in the world are ideal for water sports, such as snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, kayaking and fishing.
The hotel’s amenities: Spa, gardens populated with exotic birds and iguanas, Tennis, Free Breakfast, dining pleasures, sunbathing, HydroTub, beachfront jacuzzi, Board Games, Beach Butler and three outdoor pools.
The room service is excellent and your day will begin with steaming pots of coffee delivered to the room at the time you have requested. There are three restaurants which are sophisticated in local flavors and ingredients, from almond cucumber gazpacho with a dash of chili oil to grilled lobster tail with jalapeno-saffron sauce.
Room prices start at $340 per night during the low season to $480 during the high season, plus 22 percent for taxes and the service.