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Viceroy Riviera Maya – Natural Sanctuary Just Outside Playa del Carmen

Viceroy Riviera Maya - Natural Sanctuary Just Outside Playa del Carmen

Viceroy Riviera Maya lies between a pristine stretch of sand and a primitive tropical forest in a small village of Playa Xcalacoco just outside Playa del Carmen. This luxury boutique was carefully designed to respect and accentuate the unique surroundings. Its 41 exclusive villas have been designed to blend in with the lush vegetation, and use eco-friendly materials and building methods that echo traditional Mayan aesthetics.

Viceroy Riviera Maya - Natural Sanctuary Just Outside Playa del Carmen
Viceroy Riviera Maya – Natural Sanctuary Just Outside Playa del Carmen

Upon arrival, guests are personally welcomed and led through the tropical forest paths to their villa. The palapa-roofed, stucco bohíos, or villas, are decorated with an eye to the sophisticated simplicity of Maya aesthetics, utilizing natural materials throughout: louvered-mahogany doors and windows, sisal rugs, and canopy beds with hand-stitched Egyptian cotton linens. Bath areas are especially spacious with indoor and outdoor showers and his-and-hers sinks and closets.
Guests can take advantage of Viceroy Riviera Maya boutique hotel’s exclusive Spa & Wellness centre, which offers numerous massage, facials, body treatments and body wraps. The hotel also offers traditional Mayan rituals and ceremonies for a purifying and cleansing experience for mind and body.

Viceroy Riviera Maya - Natural Sanctuary Just Outside Playa del Carmen
Viceroy Riviera Maya – Natural Sanctuary Just Outside Playa del Carmen

Should guests wish to indulge in sightseeing or other more strenuous activities, Viceroy Riviera Maya boutique hotel is perfectly situated to explore the Yucatan peninsula, with its Mayan sites, including Chichen Itzá and Tulum, while there is an almost endless list of water sports available on the property or nearby, including diving, snorkelling, swimming with dolphins, windsurfing and parasailing. There are numerous 9 and 18-hole golf courses, and other activities include horse riding, sky diving and jungle tours.

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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