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Maroma Resort and Spa Riviera Maya, Mexico

May 25, 2011 by

Maroma Resort and Spa is found nestled among lush jungle and white sandy beaches. This paradise exudes the true essence of escapism with a dash of Mayan magic. This is one of the Yucatan’s secret treasures, a sanctuary of happiness where guests can begin the day with yoga and end with a session in a traditional temazcal sauna.

Offshore is a magnificent coral reef; the lapis-blue Caribbean stretches to the horizon beyond. Guests are invited to spend lazy days in ocean and poolside restaurants or meander through flower-filled gardens where parrots and butterflies perch; explore some of Mexico’s great heritage sites, dive in mysterious underwater caves or shop till you drop in Cancun.

Maroma Resort and Spa is located in the state of Quintana Roo, on the Mexican Caribbean, at the Riviera Maya.

This resort and spa has two tennis courts on site that you can use freely just by making a reservation in Hospitality.

An observation tower offers an exceptional scene of 360 degrees views of Maroma’s Bay and the impressive jungle that surrounds it. It offers an extraordinary atmosphere where guests can unwind and enjoy a private dinner or simply allow themselves to be seduced by the scenery.

The Palapa Cultural is a perfect place to relax, open 24 hours a day, It stocks a wide selection of books and magazines and offers complimentary internet access, as well as a fine art collection of books on Mayan culture, Mexican birds and haciendas. El Tambor is also open 24 hours a day and has a TV with a selection of movies.

Maroma’s rooms and suites shine with mahogany and bamboo-filtered light, featuring unique hand painted tiles, soft wool rugs, inventive art and furniture from their own workshops. Each room comes complete with king size beds and luxury baths, some with sunken tubs, provide delightful comfort just steps away from the sparkling turquoise Caribbean sea and the award-winning beaches of the Mayan Riviera. This resort and spa offers seven distinct room styles for guests to choose from: Charming Room, Garden View Room, Ocean View Room, Ocean View Junior Suite, Ocean View Master Suite, Oceanfront One Bedroom Suite and Villa Karolina.

Villa Karolina gives guests paramount privacy, with all the benefits and services of a world-class resort. This astonishing house offers 4 private rooms featuring amazing views of the Caribbean Sea. A large private pool and an outdoor terrace with lounge chairs are perfect for sunbathing. The home features generous living and dining areas, a kitchen, four bathrooms with separate bath tub and shower and an extra half bathroom. The glass terrace doors open out onto a covered patio area and beyond is the pool with pathways leading down to the beach. There are two master suites on the ground floor, located on opposite sides of the central living area and two on the upper level.


Maroma Resort and Spa in the Riviera Maya offers an outstanding range of cuisine and dining experiences from its chic restaurants and bars, each complemented by a spectacular environment. This facilities are: El Sol Tapas & Restaurant, Freddy’s Tequila and Ceviche Bar, Wine Cellar, El Restaurante, Lobby Bar and In Room Dining.

Kinan Spa is the ideal location for guests to feel the utmost relaxation. Each building, spa treatment room and waterfall has been aligned to the stars to ensure positive energy flow so the body, mind and spirit are in harmony. The treatment rooms point directly east to west representing the balance of the day and night. The massage beds are placed so guests’ heads are at the west looking towards the east – representing new beginnings; and the relaxation room is pointing north – representing earth and grounding. Many of the treatments offered at Kinan are based on ancient Mayan healing. Some of the services will not be found any where else in this world.

Maroma Resort and Spa is an exceptional place to call home during your stay in the Riviera Maya.



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