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Barceló Maya Riviera Adults Only


850 reviews

2 kilometers of white sand beaches and turquoise blue sea
More than 500 rooms with sea views
4 swimming pools that make up the largest "inifinity pool" in the Riviera Maya
Free access to the services and facilities of Barceló Maya Beach, Caribe, Colonial, Tropical & Palace
Barceló Maya Tropical


7407 reviews

Convention center for all types of events
U-Spa Wellness Centre
Activities and water facilities for the whole family
All the benefits of 4 hotels in 1
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When you are looking for a luxury resort, Mayan Riviera It is one of the best options: premium accommodation with the best amenities, as well as virgin beaches with clear and peaceful waters, which allow both snorkeling and scuba diving. The Riviera Maya has 150 kilometers of Caribbean coastline and extends on the Yucatán peninsula, from Puerto Morelos to Punta Allen. It is characterized by white sandy beaches with a few rocky outcrops, where the fresh water flows into the ocean.

By far the most characteristic geographical area in the region is the The Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest system in the world. This huge underwater formation extends from the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, south to Guatemala. It hosts up to 100 different species of coral and 500 species of fish, as well as sea turtles; in addition, whale sharks pass through the area during their annual migration. Those wanting to immerse themselves are guaranteed an unforgettable experience exploring the marine life that makes the Riviera Maya a paradise for divers. Hundreds of businesses along the entire coast offer guided tours, so visitors can choose whichever trip best suits their experience and interests.

Find Fabulous Ocean Diving and Secret Swimming Holes at Riviera Maya

The options for guests at hotels in the Riviera Maya are not limited to the beach; a natural indulgence of nature has produced a network of underground rivers beneath the coast, the longest in the world. In many locations the waters reach the surface, in which they create swimming pools, better known as cenotes. Each one is different; some are shaded by enormous rocks, while others are open to the sky, surrounded by jungle vegetation. Swimming or scuba diving becomes a spiritual journey, leading to the ancient Mayan people who revered the cenotes. The clear waters allow you to observe the different marine species even better, including the little ones. In fact, the cenotes are some of the great treasures for underwater photographers. Certified divers can venture into the caves accompanied by a guide, in which it becomes the expedition of your life. Divers can be topped off with limestone formations that resemble giant columns and hammocks, shoals of glittering fish and even treasures such as jade and gold that the Mayans threw in the pools as gifts to their gods.

Choose the best hotel in Riviera Maya

The hotels in the Riviera Maya are excellent, both as a starting point for adventures and to relax when the day has ended. The service, of course, is always a top priority, and the comforts include enormous swimming pools, direct access to the beach and spectacular restaurants, where you can sample freshly caught seafood, as well as specialties of Mexican cuisine. Our staff also have been trained to help guests plan their activities, whether they want swim with dolphins, see monkeys in their natural habitat, or head into the jungle on one of the zip-lines of the ecological parks in the area.