Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba will offer 3- and 4- bedroom residences surrounded by Mayakoba’s celebrated biosphere of tropical rain forest, mangroves, crystal clear lagoons and sandy white beaches typical of the Caribbean Sea.
Riviera Maya, Mexico (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
The first guests of this latest development within Mayakoba will begin checking in this month to luxury residences offering the perfect family setting for visitors to the Riviera Maya, enjoying all of the amenities of the Mayakoba Resort and the benefits of membership in the exclusive Fairmont Heritage Place programme.
Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba will offer 3- and 4- bedroom residences surrounded by Mayakoba’s celebrated biosphere of tropical rain forest, mangroves, crystal clear lagoons and sandy white beaches typical of the Caribbean Sea. Fairmont Heritage Place offers fractional ownership, by which investors buy whatever portion of ownership suits their lifestyle. Three-bedroom fractions start at US $179,000.
Mayakoba Residences will now offer a range of residential real estate at each of Mayakoba’s three hotels. Many of its Banyan Tree Golf View Residences have already sold, and new Rosewood Residences are now on presale. The Fairmont Heritage Place development completes the Mayakoba trifecta.
“We are very excited about Fairmont Heritage Place,” says Mayakoba’s General Manager, Agustín Sarasola, “we certainly had high expectations from the plans, but I think I can genuinely say that these are now some of the finest residences I have seen in the Caribbean and they are a worthy addition to Mayakoba.”
Fairmont Heritage Place is a well-established brand of Fairmont Hotels, with some of the finest accommodation in the world’s most desirable locations including Santa Fe, San Francisco and Florida in the United States, Whistler in Canada and The Palm in Dubai. Owners may exchange their fractions for stays in other Fairmont Heritage Place locations under a programme administered by Fairmont Hotels & Resorts.
About the developer:
Mayakoba is a development of OHL Desarrollos, a part of the Spanish industrial giant OHL (Obrascon Huarte Laing), which is one of the world’s largest building groups, operating in 30 countries on five continents.
OHL Desarrollos inaugurated Mayakoba in 2005 with the opening of El Camaleon Golf Course, which is the only course in Mexico to host a PGATour championship (the OHL Classic at Mayakoba). There followed the opening of the Fairmont Hotel in 2006, the Rosewood in 2007 and the Banyan Tree in 2009. A fourth hotel, the Hyatt Andaz is scheduled to open in 2016.