Published On: Sat, Dec 2nd, 2017

Smaller properties are defining luxury in Mexico’s Riviera Maya

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For many years, Mexico’s luxury lodging inventory was defined by large chain properties that dot the strips and shorelines of famous destinations like Ixtapa, Cancun and Los Cabos. But more and more, travel agents say, smaller properties are gaining attention in Mexico, with distinctive service and amenities only a smaller hotel can offer.
First in Service markets hotels through a feature the agency calls its “Wonderwall,” literally a wall that features only 52 properties each year that cater to the company’s upscale clientele. First in Service markets these properties through a variety of channels, and encourages its agents to visit them to be able to better sell them.

Banyan Tree Mayakoba. Photo: Trip advisor

Wonderwall Mexico properties include the Banyan Tree Mayakoba – Riviera Maya and the Capella Ixtapa. The 121-villa Banyan Tree Mayakoba blends Asian accents with its Riviera Maya surroundings. It offers Thai-inspired therapies at the Banyan Tree Spa and a Greg Norman signature 18-hole golf course. Accommodations range from secluded Garden Villas to Beachfront Villas, with all including pools and terraces.
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