4-Night Getaway at The Mayan Palace Resort
The Mayan Palace Resort is one of Mexico’s most recognized and visited resort hotels. Families of all sizes return here year after year to make memories and enjoy the beauty, tranquillity, and adventure of the Mexican coast. And with world-class dining options and friendly staff who look after you like family, you’ll quickly see why Mayan Palace helped redefine the Mexican vacation experience!
The Mayan Palace Resort offers a casual and relaxed environment where everyone can find happiness. Comfortable living spaces along with great pools and water attractions provide everything you need for a memorable vacation, whether you’re enjoying a couple’s getaway or a stay with the whole family.
The Master Room features either a king-size bed or two double beds, one bathroom with a jacuzzi tub, one TV, and a private terrace with a view.
This experience includes:
- 4-Nights in a Master Room at the Mayan Palace Resort of your choice in Riviera Maya, Nuevo Vallarta, Acapulco, or Puerto Penasco. This can fit two adults and up to 2 children under the age of 12
- Concierge service to assist you in planning this exciting experience
NOTE: The Mayan Palace Resort is not an all-inclusive resort. The resorts are fully gated with top security standards.
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