Fairmont Hotels & Resorts announced the opening of Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba. This marks the completion of the first phase of the project and includes the debut of six of 30 planned private residence club homes, which are located in a master-planned resort community.
Designed by architectural firm SB-Architect and interior design firm VR Design Group, the new private residence club has three-bedroom units with terraces (measuring 3,875 square feet) and four-bedroom units with private terraces and rooftop garden access (measuring 6,544 square feet). The design is meant to emulate the locale’s natural surroundings and uses materials such as locally sourced stone, traditional wood and green living walls in living and public spaces. All residences have private plunge pools, en suite bathrooms, full kitchens and open concept dining and living areas.
Located within the Mayakoba resort development, the residences are set away from the beach to protect the coastal mangroves, home to many indigenous species of fish, birds and mammals. Owners have access to golf on Mayakoba’s 18-hole El Camaleón championship course, host of the only PGA TOUR event in Latin America and home to personalized instruction programs of the Jim McLean Golf School. Dining and spa privileges are also included at all of the hotels within the larger Mayakoba resort development, including the Fairmont Mayakoba.
Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba offers owners amenities including access to airport transfers, valet parking, concierge services, daily housekeeping, 24-hour room service and preferred rates at Fairmont Mayakoba’s Willow Stream Spa. Other offerings range from a Club House with owners lounge, bar, fitness and yoga facilities, to a private pool and teen and kids play areas.