The beach level of Maya Jardin has four deluxe, air conditioned, ocean side suites with king size beds in three suites and two queen beds in one suite; each with artistic French doors opening out onto the pool deck. All 5 bedrooms have their own ensuite bath rooms and all bedrooms have magnificent beach views. Enjoy meals on the main level in the large comfortable kitchen and dining area or in the palapa covered outdoor kitchen and dining area next to the soothing Mayan pyramid fountain.
Luxurious, stylish and romantic, the second and third floors of Maya Jardin offer even more amenities including an office, spectacular living area, hacienda-style bedroom with a King bed stepping onto a 45ft. long terrace overlooking the sparkling Caribbean. Additional buildings in the compound include a large caretaker house, laundry facility, additional gardens.
Amazing Sights at Tulum and Sian Kaan: Tulum, (about 8 miles from Maya Jardin) is the combination of a beach coastline, archaeological zone and shopping area. If you want a little taste of the Mayan history and a wonderful view, Tulum is your place. Shops line the main street with colorful restaurants and excellent Mexican food, Italian, and seafood.
The Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve has incredible beaches, pristine mangrove estuaries, and you can drive all the way to the little fishing village of Punta Allen.
Coba has fewer tourists and 2 new cenotes: The ancient Mayan ruins and village of Coba are located about a 40 minute drive west of Maya Jardin. Coba was the capital of the largest Late Classic empire in the Northern Lowlands. Coba is a mammoth ruined city , with one of the tallest pyramids in Mexico. This archaeological site sits amid 5 small, shallow lakes and is very impressive. Coba is known for its great length of occupation. The earliest stele dates to a.d. 623 and Coba was occupied until the late Postclassic times, around the 14th century.
There are two unspoiled cenotes 5 miles away that have just been opened to the public. The water is pure and refreshing with stalactites and even a diving platform.