Rosewood Mayakoba will offer refreshed suites and dining venues after a two-week closure. // © 2015 Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
Beginning Sept. 7, Rosewood Mayakoba will close in order to enhance select guest accommodations, dining outlets and public spaces. The 1,600-acre property offers 130 suites with private plunge pools, rooftop sundecks, outdoor showers and individual boat docks.
As part of the two-week, $1.5-million improvement project, outdoor seating in Beachside Lagoon Suites will be refreshed, including a two-person hammock, chaise lounges and a dining table. Double showers will also be added to this suite category. Additionally, four Mayakoba Suites will be transformed into two-bedroom suites, and the the resort’s four on-site dining venues will be enhanced. The property will reopen on Sept. 22.
“At Rosewood Mayakoba, we are constantly reinvigorating the guest experience by introducing thoughtful details and innovative elements so that our guests have a reason to come back again and again,” said Daniel Scott, managing director of Rosewood Mayakoba.