Romantic Luxury Beachfront
Villa Maya Jardin Soliman Bay
Maya Jardin means Mayan Garden where you can
rest and play in one of Mexico's loveliest luxury beachfront
villa in the Riviera Maya.
Tour ancient Mayan ruins, shop, visit the one million acre
biosphere wilderness, or sip a cocktail in your hammock with
your favorite book or companion.
yourself entertaining your
and friends in this large, beach front villa with spectacular
ceilings and panoramic views of the Caribbean. Outside you will
swim, snorkel, walk the beaches, or relax in
one of the many patio lounges or chairs on the terrace and
surrounding the pool.
The living room has a flat screen TV, stereo, and hand-made
hardwood furniture, A
sunset-facing terrace overlooks the mangrove for evening
cocktails. There is WI-FI access
throughout the compound with two desks located in the loft. The
loft also has two futon couches
which make into beds. A crib and high chair are also provided.
Luxurious, stylish and romantic, the living
areas of Maya Jardin offer more amenities
and dramatic views. The 45ft terrace has
patio chairs and lounge and spectacular bay
view. There are free-standing and built-in
couch sitting areas for 10 adults.
The indoor kitchen has a dishwasher, large
bar for 8 and dining table for 8. The
outdoor kitchen is perfect for entertaining
with a large bar for 8 or more and tables
for 10-14. BBQ and freezer in addition to
2 refrigerators and stereo.
Maya Jardin has something for everyone in your group. Besides
the comforts and sport
activities, The garden area, fountain, ample parking, and
on-site staff to meet your needs make
it a trouble-free experience.
Your air conditioned room also includes a ceiling fan, coffee
maker, fresh drinking water, a safe and a refrigerator. Daily
continental breakfast is included. Free kayaks, life vests and
snorkeling gear are provided as well.
Maya Jardin has four deluxe, air conditioned, ocean side
bedrooms with king size beds and artistic French doors opening
out onto the pool deck. Private pool and beach access from each
bedroom is convenient for secret midnight dips and stargazing.
The pool area has four built-in stools that are perfect for
lounging in the water. Sun worshipers will enjoy working on
their tans from either the furnished pool deck or under a rustic
palapa at the sandy beach, just a step off the deck.
Decorated in the classic Yucatan colors of pale, jungle green
and sun-drenched gold, each room is a fusion of rustic Mayan
with luxurious modern detail. Bathroom walls are paneled in
travertine marble with natural hardwood vanities supporting
unique stone vessels. Your personal wall safe, refrigerator,
coffee maker, mugs and glasses set the scene for a comfortable
||weekly RATES for the entire
|March 29 - Apr 25
|Apr 28 - Sep 5
|| $ 5500
|Sep 6 - Nov 21
|Nov 22 - Dec 19
|Dec 20 - Jan 3
Rate are in US dollars, per week for up to
Maximum 14 people. Does do not include 12% hotel
Additional person $250/week ( infants < 2yr. free ).
$500 security deposit in cash is required upon check
in, and refunded upon check out barring any undue
damages. Saturday arrival/departure only please.
If a reservation is made within 60 days of arrival, payment in
full is required upon reserving. If a reservation is made
outside of these 60 days, a 50% deposit is due at the time of
reserving to confirm your reservation and balance due date will
be 60 days prior to arrival date. All holiday reservations
require payment in full to confirm. The holidays include: US
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and Easter holiday weeks.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is it safe to drink the water?
We provide bottled drinking water for each room and suggest
that you also use it to
brush your teeth.
2. Should we rent a car?
Yes, having a car is very useful to visit the many sights
and restaurants in the area. The
closest town, Tulum, is about 8 miles away.
3. Is there sand in front of Maya Jardin and are the pictures
Yes, the pictures represent your room right on the beach.
There is 30 to 40 feet of
sand directly in front of Maya Jardin, but since the floor of
the bay in front has rocks
and coral, we suggest you kayak out to the really awesome
snorkeling and swimming areas
or bring reef shoes.
4. What is provided for free?
The sea kayaks, life vests, snorkeling gear - fins, snorkel,
mask, and some reef shoes
are provided. (Since we cant have all sizes, you may want to
bring your own reef shoes.)
On your first night you will find complimentary beers, sodas,
water and chips in the room.
Your daily continental breakfast includes yogurt, sweet rolls,
toast, juice, fruit, cereals,
tea and coffee.
5. Do all the shops take credit cards?
Very few restaurants or shops take credit cards in this
area. We suggest you go to the
bank in town with just about any ATM card to retrieve pesos to
spend. You can also bring
travelers checks to exchange at the bank or any of the many "cambio"
6. Is there an emergency phone number we can give our family?
Yes, our cell number is 011 52 986 877 1974 (there is no
land line phone service in the
7. Should I bring my laptop?
Remember it is your vacation, but if you do, we have
wireless Internet access via
satellite for free in our breakfast palapa. You can also visit
one of the many Internet
cafes in Tulum for Internet access and calls home.
8. Will my cell phone work?
Mobile cell phone coverage is pretty good in the entire
Riviera Maya. Some US and
Canadian cell phone providers have agreements with the two
Mexican mobile phone
companies to provide service to their customers. HOWEVER, in
most cases you must
contact your provider at home before leaving to have this
feature activated on your
cell phone. You should also know that this service is expensive.
Check with your provider
on rates and be aware that additional local charges may be added
DIRECTIONS TO MAYA JARDIN
Highway 307 south for about 1 hour and 20 minutes. You will
pass the cities of Playa del Carmen and Akumal. Your will see
a park called "Xel Ha". When you drive past the entrance to Xel
look at your odometer. Exactly 3.5 kilometers past Xel Ha you
a sign that says "Oscar y Lalos 500 meters". This is the signal
you're almost there. Go slowly about 400 meters and you will see
Pull onto the area on the right of the road and stop. When
clear, turn left onto the gravel road. You will see a large
Lalo" sign and an entry. Proceed down the road.
Continue to follow this road through the natural wild bird
When you come to a "T" in the road, turn right. You will pass
villas of Soliman Bay (Bahia de Soliman). Drive about 1
will see a lighted sign for Maya Jardin on the left. Choose a
spot on the right side of the road and proceed past the garden
guarded by the Mayan God, Xcalak