Rosewood Mayakoba is debuting a new beachfront concept this November called “Aqui Me Quedo,” which translates to “Here I Stay.”
Inspired by the residential style of a grand seaside home and nearby Tulum, this new adults-only, private enclave has open air living and dining rooms, three infinity edge pools, La Cocina, an open kitchen for interactive culinary experiences, and La Palapa, a 2,200-square-foot private event beachfront indoor/outdoor palapa.
Rosewood Mayakoba says the property combines handcrafted furnishings with natural elements. The design by Zurcher Architects showcases Mexican elements created by local artisans, including handmade clay pieces from Colectivo 1050, based in Oaxaca, and lava rock from Ayres, based in the Yucatan, taking a modern approach to century-old traditions.
Each of the three infinity edge pools will offer amenities that rotate seasonally, such as poolside spa treatments, twists on popsicles and frose, and more, all surrounding an oceanside firepit. La Palapa will double as a fitness pavilion, featuring morning spin and yoga classes. Guests can settle in at La Sala and La Terraza, Aquí Me Quedo’s residential-style living rooms overlooking the sand and the sea.
At one eatery, La Cantina, the menu brings together Mexican street foods and drinks with freshly-made, Caribbean coastal-inspired fare.
Aquí Me Quedo will be open be open daily to all Rosewood Mayakoba guests 16 years and older.
For more information, visit https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/mayakoba-riviera-maya