Stay in character hotels of true distinction while
discovering Mexico City and its surroundings,
the Mayan pyramids of the Yucatan peninsula
and the white sand beaches of the Caribbean.
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Fly to Mexico
City with British Airways and stay at the
elegant Four Seasons Hotel. Explore the
historic centre and visit the outstanding
Museum of Anthropology and the
huge pyramids of the ancient city of
Take a flight to
Mérida on the Yucatan peninsula. Relax in
the beautiful surroundings of the luxurious
Hacienda Temozon or visit one of the
extraordinary cenotes (sinkholes). (B)
the Mayan archaeological site of Uxmal
and the colonial town of Mérida before
continuing to Hacienda San José. Optional
visit to Izamal, home to distinctive yellow
buildings and a Franciscan convent. (B)
Explore Chichen Itza
and its detailed temples, pyramids and
observatories, then head to the beautiful
Mayan riviera for a stay at the Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa. Alternative hotel options include Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita, Viceroy Riviera Maya or Esencia. Please refer to the Riviera Maya tailormade section of our website or contact one of our experts for further details. Days at leisure or explore the
coast and the treasures of the sea. (B)
Cancun for a direct flight to London
Gatwick with British Airways, arriving the
following day. (B)
(B) = Breakfast, (L) = Lunch, (D) = Dinner, (N) = No Meals
Prices, based on two people travelling and sharing a twin-room, are intended as a guideline only and will vary according to time of year. This is a suggested itinerary and can be further tailored to suit your individual needs.
The Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is an exclusive whitewashed hotel situated near Cancun, on the Yucatan peninsula. This paradise offers relaxed luxury combined with personalised service. The hotel is situated on a secluded white sandy beach, surrounded by turquoise seas and jungle, and features stylish white stucco architecture with palm-thatched roofs. Guestrooms overlook tropical gardens or the ocean. Dining at the hotel is a personalised experience, where the chef combines traditional techniques with the freshest local ingredients. Food is served in the restaurant, on the beach or on your private terrace. For those wanting to relax, massage and beauty treatments are available. Alternatively choose from a variety of local...
Ideally situated on the Paseo de la Reforma, near Chapultepec Park, this lavish hotel provides a peaceful oasis from which to explore one of the world's most dynamic cities. Built in a colonial hacienda style, the majority of the oversized guest rooms overlook a fountain courtyard. The Four Seasons is renowned for its unsurpassed service and impeccable amenities. A fully staffed health and fitness club with rooftop pool and choice of two restaurants and a bar help create a relaxing atmosphere in the midst of this capital...
The Hacienda San Jose is a beautiful property which has been restored from an 18th century plantation house. Fifteen rooms and suites are gathered around a central courtyard featuring a large colonial patio that was once the coach house and machine room. Surrounded by lawns and orchards, rooms open onto secluded gardens and plunge pools. The decor is Mexican antiques and pastel colours and hammocks are included to allow guests to sleep in Mayan style. Modern facilities include air conditioning, satellite television and large, luxurious bathrooms. The restaurant serves an excellent selection of Yucatan...
The Hacienda Temozon was once a private family-run sisal estate, and had its heyday in the 19th century. It has been restored to a luxurious hotel full of character. The hacienda's exquisitely furnished twenty-six rooms and suites offer guests a real experience of the grandeur and affluence of the past, truly evoking a feeling of the era of the grand colonial estancias.
Much of the original decor has been preserved, from the intricately decorated floor tiles (imported from Italy on board the returning sisal boats) to the picturesque red and yellow mineral pigments used to colour the stucco walls. The dining area and lounge is located on a veranda overlooking the gardens and old machinery rooms to the rear, which are magnificently lit at night. With spacious gardens, a spectacular swimming pool and a 17th century church, this is an ideal place for relaxation or the starting point t...
The former convent of Santa Catalina (declared a historic monument by Unesco) is located conveniently about four blocks from the main square and is close to shopping, dining, museums and galleries. Sympathetically converted to the Quinta Real Oaxaca, the convent, originally built in 1576, now holds 91 guestrooms on two floors. All rooms are tastefully decorated with Mexican weavings and crafts. Spanish baroque architecture and authentic colonial touches will take you back in time. Breakfast is served in the garden and the pool is enclosed in a beautiful...
Regional air connections are available from within the UK. Please contact your travel consultant for current prices from your nearest city.
We can also arrange flights from overseas, simply give us a call to find out more.
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MLX2016: 10 Nights
Mexico City is situated on a plateau 2240 metres above sea level and is surrounded by...
Merida is the capital of the Yucatan state and it was founded in 1542 on the site of the...
The Riviera Maya is located on the eastern Caribbean coast of Mexico on the Yucatan...