Adjacent to the ruins of Chichen Itza, the lodge has its own private entrance to the Mayan temples. Boasting extensive landscaped gardens, it offers three outdoor pools and bungalows dotted around the pool area.
Inspired by Mayan traditional houses, the bungalows are all built with local materials and include tasteful mahogany furniture, local marble and homemade clay. All bungalows feature terraces with hammocks.
The Lodge’s restaurant serves up many Mexican classics, regional Yucatecan dishes and international cuisine using vegetables, herbs and fruits from their extensive gardens. Diners are often serenaded by ethnic dance troupes and guitar trios.
The spa offers guests to be pampered and rejuvenated through a variety of treatments on their Mayan inspired treatment menu. Guests at The Lodge can also use all the amenities at nearby sister property, the Mayaland Hotel.
• Landscaped tropical gardens
• Mayan-inspired thatched bungalows
• 3 swimming pools
39 bungalows, television, mini-bar, ceiling fan, air-conditioning, safe, espresso makers
Arrival airports: Merida or Cancun
Also reached overland from a variety of destinations.