The coastal resort was constructed with the objective of preserving the locale's natural landscaping of jungles, dunes, mangroves and reefs. Its design showcases this achieved objective with aplomb, while its construction engaged the use of indigenous materials when possible
Paying homage to the natural environment of the Riviera Maya, the villas' architecture gently integrates design and construction into the Caribbean landscapes. Floor-to-ceiling doors allow in a flood of natural light, while small flat roof tiles reflect contemporary Mexican colours and elements. At the 121 villas are polished with interior finesse featuring Mayakoba's touches to provide a sanctuary for relaxation and respite.