Banyan Tree Mayakoba
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
Photos of Banyan Tree Mayakoba
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Banyan Tree Mayakoba Playa del Carmen
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Got up late enough and went to McDonald's. In fairness to McDonald's it's a banker. You know what your getting when you go there. I was dying for a Starbucks coffee and an ice cream so we headed off in search of both. The combination of ice cream and coffee makes me weak at the knees. I ******* love the two of them. We decided we would book a trip over to an island just off Playa Del Carmen called Cozumel for the following ...
... beer and some wings as we found out we got 50% off food and drinks on our stay so perfect :) after a delicious meal we headed to the beach to take a walk and chat even more so much catching up to do! On our way back to the hotel Danielle yells to me "manda check this crab out!!!" This thing is moving fast through the sand and then I see one and I am like no no it's not a crab they are baby turtles! They where heading towards the hotel because they ...
... for you. It was terrific! The quesadillas came with guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo It was quite yummy. two pieces for each of us. I inhaled my first piece and after having a few mozza balls and marina I started in on my second piece of quesadilla, however two bites in it got extremely spicy. I think they were hiding jalapenos in it. Bryce finished it off for me =)
Listening all around me to the gaggle of different languages and accents. Sitting just across from ...
... pretty challenging, but the mission impossible was getting to the flag with next to no visibility- somehow we succeeded eventually. Towards the end of this dive however we were rewarded. Just infront of us was a huge sea turtle relaxing on the sea bed and we just stopped as still as we could manage, stunned as it gently glided up to the surface of the water to take a gulp of air before disappearing into the darkness ahead. What an experience and a great way to finish ...
... that you cannot bring your own food and drink and thus our bags were searched by the security. Once through the barrier we walked across the caravan park, with fancy campers protected from the sun by thatched roofs, to access the white sandy beach. It was nice and quiet despite being Saturday. We managed to get ourselves a shade and beach chairs, which to our surprise were free to use. The rest of the day was spent reading, swimming in the turqose water ...