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  • Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba - 1 of 16

    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    Travel Weekly editor Johanna Jainchill spent three nights at the Rosewood Mayakoba, experiencing a resort that offers both intimacy befitting couples on honeymoon and a setting that caters to families and large groups. Pictured here, the resort's open-air, check-in area, which is built with the same stone as nearby archaeological sites and designed to resemble a cenote. Posted Jan. 4, 2012

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The resort's unique design, on small islands naturally formed in the lagoon's waterways, allows most guests to check-in via boat.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    Rosewood Mayakoba's 128 luxurious suites are built over several islands and a beachfront, connected by bridges and pathways where golf carts transport guests from the beach to an island spa to two restaurants, a tequila bar with a tapas menu, a game room, and three pools.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The main pool at Rosewood Mayakoba.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The casual, beachfront eatery Punta Bonita offers lunch and dinner by the sea.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    Punta Bonita's creative Mexican menu includes Tlayudas, Oxacan style "pizza" made with tortillas.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The largest accommodations are the 18 overwater suites that float out over the water's edge where the lagoon widens out.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    Every suite has its own, private plunge pool.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    A plunge pool on the roof of a Rosewood Mayakoba oceanview suite.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The bathroom of a Rosewood Mayakoba suite.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The view from the deck of an oceanfront Rosewood Mayakoba suite.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The bedroom of a Rosewood Mayakoba lagoon suite.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The resort's spa, Sense, is situated on its own island surrounding a natural cenote. Eight spa island suites have their own private treatment rooms, and a no-children environment.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    Every suite has a tequila set-up for guest. The resort's Agave Azul hosts informative tequila tastings, as well.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The outdoor lounge on the spa island, which has 12 stand-alone treatment cabanas are scattered among the trees.

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    Checking in at Rosewood Mayakoba

    The Jacuzzi at the Sense spa.

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