Mayan Beach Garden
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMayan Beach Garden Majahual
All we have done for two days is sit in the sun, swim in the sea, walk along the beach and watch pelicans. We have a lovely airy room with a balcony, sea view and a beautiful mosaic bedhead that gave the room real style. We went for the meal plan option and have been delighted with every meal, especially Chris's veggie options, and have enjoyed eating 'en famille' for dinner, and chatting with other guests.
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