Move fast to book this fully-refundable deal.
There’s so much to explore in Mexico. Ancient ruins and archaeological sites, rich cultures and traditions, amazing food, and gorgeous beaches that appeal to travelers from around the world. Those in the U.S. are lucky to have a convenient route to the neighboring country. Apart from Mexico City, Riviera Maya has become a top destination in Mexico. This long stretch of Caribbean coast is home to picture-perfect white-sand beaches, Mayan heritage, and sprawling hotels and resorts. And if you’ve been yearning to discover this part of Mexico, then you’re in luck because Travelzoo is running a can’t-miss offer at an all-inclusive five-star property in the exclusive gated community of Mayakoba.
Surrounded by rainforests and waterways, the Fairmont Mayakoba is a 240-acre resort with a collection of 401 rooms—a majority nestled in the forests and some overlooking the beach. The resort is undergoing renovation, and many of the rooms have been given a facelift this year. The Fairmont also features an eco-conscious golf course, 10 dining venues, five swimming pools, and a spa. That’s not all though, there’s plenty to do both at the resort and out of it. From cooking classes to private yacht excursions, Fairmont really steps it up for its guests. When you’re here, definitely plan a day of snorkeling to explore the world’s second-largest coral reef, and hop off to its neighboring resorts (Andaz, Banyan Tree, and Rosewood) in the private community.
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You can book a Fairmont King Room with a private balcony and deep soaking tub for $1,499 for three nights. If you’re looking for a splurge-worthy vacation, book the recently-renovated Signature Casita with views of the canals at $1,935. The price is all-inclusive, which means your food and drinks are included. Travelzoo members also get a $50 spa credit.
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You can book this deal now and travel from April 23-December 20, 2022 (peak dates are also discounted, but blackout dates apply). It’s a fully refundable deal, so if you decide not to go at all, you will get your money back.
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Travel to Mexico
Mexico welcomes travelers without quarantine or pre-arrival test requirements. All through the pandemic, the lack of restrictions were a boon to travelers dealing with cabin fever as countries around the world red-lighted leisure travel.
Before you plan your trip, check the CDC’s travel advisory for Mexico. Currently, the organization has issued a Level 3 warning, which indicates high risk and recommends travelers to reconsider travel. More information is here.
It is advised to be fully vaccinated before you travel internationally and a booster shot is highly recommended in the wake of the new Omicron variant. In addition, the U.S. requires a negative PCR-test within a day of flight departure to gain re-entry. Most big hotels in Mexico, including Fairmont Mayakoba, offer COVID-19 tests and you can schedule them before arrival.