Since its grand opening in 2008, Rosewood Mayakoba beckons guests in search of the ultimate escape. Inspired by Mayan traditions, this 1600-acre resort enclave sits along a mile‐long arc of white Caribbean sand, nestled just north of the picturesque waterfront town of Playa del Carmen. Designed to blend harmony with natural landscapes, Rosewood Mayakoba is an oasis of luxury offering 130 suites with private plunge pools, rooftop sundecks, garden showers, individual docks and the finest modern design and details. For further peace of mind, the resort is built to abide by the highest of eco-standards, offering indulgence with awareness, and has received the Rainforest Alliance Certification.

The Rosewood Mayakoba was awarded the Best Resort Mexico; Travel+Leisure ‘World’s Best Awards’   
 - Number 1 ‘Top Hotels and Resorts in Mexico’
 - Number 30 ‘World’s Top 100 Hotels’


El Camaleón offers a spectacular 18-hole golf course designed by renowned PGA legend Greg Norman. A unique course, for its fairways lined with sand dunes and mangroves, distinctive hazards, its exclusivity and the fact that it is part of a community of luxury hotels. It is the annual site site of the PGA TOUR OHL Classic at Mayakoba and the Mayakoba Invitational Pro/Am. 


Tulum Ruins

Tulum is the site of a pre-Columbian Mayan walled city serving as a major port for Coba. The ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Tulum was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Maya; it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico.


El Pueblito Cooking Class

The Riviera Maya’s Premier Cooking school located in the heart of Mayakoba Resort, El Pueblito. Our small class size, state of the art kitchen and kitchen equipment, our hands on approach, an incredibly talented faculty are the foundation of El Pueblito’s Cooking School.

Chef Karla Enciso

Karla Enciso born in Mexico City but has been living in Quintana Roo for the last 14 years. She is the owner of the restaurants Manyee and Aroma Cilantro in Cancun. She has been working in a sustainable and social responsibility project with Mayan Communities, in order to contribute to the conservation of their gastronomy and to promote the use of local ingredients.


Itinerary 

Friday

10:14 AM - Arrival to Cancun 

11:30 AM - Arrival to Rosewood Mayakoba 

12:30 PM - Lunch at Rosewood Mayakoba's Punta Bonita Restaurant 

3:00 PM - Golf for the guys at El Cameleon

4:30 PM - Massage at Sense Rosewood Spa 

8:30 PM - Dinner at Rosewood's La Ceiba

 

Saturday

At Leisure - Breakfast at Casa Del Lago 

10:00 AM - Cooking Class at El Publito

10:30 AM - Golf for the guys at El Cameleon

Lunch - At Leisure at Rosewood Restaurants or El Cameleon 

1:30 PM - Excursion to Tulum Ruins, Tulum, or Playa del Carmen Shopping (Private SUV)

7:30 PM - Boat tour transportation to Banyan Tree 

8:00 PM - Dinner at Banyan Tree's Saffron 

 

Sunday

At Leisure - Breakfast at Casa Del Lago

8:00 AM - Golf at El Cameleon 

9:00 AM - Massage at Sense Rosewood Spa 

Lunch - At Leisure at Rosewood Restaurants or El Cameleon 

2:30 PM - Departure 

Pricing 

$6,500 Per Couple 

Includes: Two (2) night of luxury accommodation, round trip private SUV airport transportation, three rounds of golf at El Cameleon, two (2) dinners, three (3) lunches, daily breakfast, two (2) spa treatments, El Publito cooking class, afternoon private SUV to Tulum or Playa del Carmen, PPG Host.