Tulum's famous Mayan Ruins.
For more information, see the Cancun and Riviera Maya Destination Guide.
The public-access beach below the Tulum Ruins.
The winning Mandarin formula—exemplary service, forward-reaching design, a first-rate spa—has taken root in a pristine Mexican coastal environment at the Mandarin Oriental Riviera Maya.
The 128 boxy white villas give beach chic new meaning, with polished stone floors, rough limestone walls, spare four-poster beds, and sculptures by prominent Mexican artists at the Mandarin Oriental Riviera Maya.
If you’re looking to escape the crowds of the Riviera Maya, don’t miss Puerto Morelos, just 20 minutes south of Cancún, where you can explore freshwater cenotes.
A compound of three-story beach houses, Casa Magna was reputedly built by drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, and the outlaw couldn’t have chosen a more desirable location than the tiny Yucatán town of Tulum.
In the larger house at Casa Magna, nine master suites each have a private terrace, massive poured- concrete tubs, and ocean views.
The 22-room Casa Magna rises between a dense jungle and an unspoiled patch of sand in the Mexican Caribbean.
An open-air living room in Villa I at Casa Magna.
Fish Tacos at Casa Magna.