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Fairmont Heritage Place Announces New Luxury Residences at Mayakoba in Mexico's Riviera Maya
Publish Date : 27-فبراير-2013
Toronto فبراير 27, 2013
Eco-Resort Introduces 30 Residences in Exclusive Enclave on the Caribbean Sea
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts today announced the newest addition to its private residence club offering with the launch of Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba. Located in the most exclusive resort complex of the Mexican Caribbean, in the vibrant heart of the Mayan Riviera, Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba is a dream conceived by OHLD and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts.
Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba features 30 exclusive residences sold in 1/12 fractions available in three-bedroom units (2,152 square feet) with spacious terraces and four-bedroom units (2,238 square feet) with private terrace, plunge pools and roof top garden access. All feature large en-suite bathrooms, full kitchens and open concept dining and living areas. Buyers gain interest in a world-class residence without the hassles of home ownership and like other forms of real estate, ownership interests can be sold, willed, deeded or placed in a trust.
Located within the award-winning Mayakoba resort development – renowned for its singular ecosystem of dunes, jungle, mangrove forests and freshwater lagoons – the residences are set away from the beach to protect the integrity of the coastal mangroves, home to myriad indigenous species of fish, birds and mammals. Owners gain access to world-class golf on Mayakoba’s 18-hole, Greg Norman-designed El Camaleón championship course, host to the only PGA TOUR event in Latin America and the Jim McLean Golf School. Dining and spa privileges are also included at all of Mayakoba’s three hotels – Fairmont, Rosewood, and Banyan Tree Mayakoba, easily accessed via the Mayakoba Connection ferry service connecting the three properties.
Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba offers owner’s luxury amenities including access to airport transfers, valet parking, concierge services, daily housekeeping, 24-hour room service, preferred rates at Fairmont’s Willow Stream Spa and an exclusive, well-appointed Club House complete with owner’s lounge, bar, fitness and yoga facilities, a private pool and teen and kids play areas. As an added incentive, owners can utilize their allotted time at other Fairmont Heritage Place locations around the world or enjoy exchange privileges at Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel’s worldwide collection of distinctive hotels and resorts and through the extensive portfolio of The Registry Collection® program.
“The addition of Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba continues our residential growth strategy of creating communities of the highest quality; that offer owners access to the world’s most spectacular locations,” said Jennifer Fox, President, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts. “We are pleased to offer our new Riviera Maya homeowners an incredible range of luxury services and leisure amenities affiliated with the Mayakoba community, as well as unique club-to-hotel exchange privileges both here and throughout our Fairmont Heritage Place portfolio.”
Mayakoba is located in picturesque Riviera Maya, Mexico’s premier beach destination fronting the Caribbean Sea. A 40-minute drive from Cancun International Airport and 10 minutes from the cosmopolitan town of Playa del Carmen, the resort sits on 593 acres of ecologically diverse land dotted with lagoons, mangrove forests, cenotes, canals, and white sand beaches. Six miles of crystal clear waterways flow throughout the resort and lead to the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. An eco-conscious development, Mayakoba has been recognized by both the United Nations World Tourism Organization and Rainforest Alliance as a world leader in sustainable tourism. The more than 148 acres of protected mangrove forests along the coastline provide an important habitat for more than 200 species of tropical flora and fauna, which guests can experience via private boat tour with a resort biologist or on the Mayakoba Connection and Nature Trail. Mayakoba offers the ideal luxury setting from which to experience nearby Mayan historical sites and ecological parks such as: Xelha, Xcaret, Tulúm, Coba, Sian Ka'an and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Chichén Itzá.
For ownership opportunities at Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba, please visit fairmontheritageplacemayakoba.com.
About Fairmont Heritage Place
Fairmont Heritage Place, the private residence club division of the global luxury hotel company Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, is a collection of extraordinary residences offering vacation home ownership in some of the world’s most sought after locations. Whether perched 10,000 feet up a mountain, at the base of the ski slopes, a toe’s length from a barefoot stroll along the beach, or part of an urban oasis, Fairmont Heritage Place properties are exquisite in their luxurious décor and design. With uncompromising attention to detail, the finest comforts of home and a true reflection of the local destination, each property offers privileged access to an array of personalized services and amenities ensuring owners and guest feel at home. For additional information please visit fairmontheritageplace.com.
Located in the Riviera Maya just 15 minutes from Playa del Carmen, Mayakoba is an eco-friendly resort development on the shores of the Caribbean in Mexico. Surrounded by natural beauty in its lagoons, pools and sugar sand beaches, Mayakoba is home to three luxury hotels – Fairmont Mayakoba, Rosewood Mayakoba and Banyan Tree Mayakoba. The resort also offers a spectacular 18-hole course designed by renowned architect and PGA legend Greg Norman. The signature course is home to the Mayakoba Golf Classic – the only PGA TOUR event in Mexico. Six miles of freshwater lagoons that lead to a white sand beach with turquoise waters on the Caribbean Sea connect all of the hotels. Guests are transported in boats via canals made exclusively for the resort, which have led to Mayakoba being called “the Venice of the Yucatan.” Mayakoba is an eco-conscious development and has implemented significant practices to encourage sustainability. For more information, please visit mayakoba.com