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The Banyan Tree brand goes Mayan with a boutique residence located within the Mayakoba resort development area that promotes its mangrove-lined-canal setting by calling itself the "Venice of Mexico."

50 modestly sized, but exquisitely comfortable villas are on offer, each with a private infinity pool, rooftop terrace and details that express Bayan's signature "low tech, high touch" Asian design, which incorporates natural materials and a mix of indoor/outdoor spaces.

Owners receive access to Banyan's holistic "6 senses" spa, Mayakoba's 5 star resort and restaurants, and El Camaleón - the first PGA tour golf course in Mexico, designed by Greg Norman.

This, along with the Rosewood development, is one of the most expensive fractional developments along the Mayan Riviera. It´s for buyers who love the Banyan brand, the low impact philosophy and desire an exclusive getaway for a few weeks a year.

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Quick Facts about the Banyan Tree Mayakoba

  • $$$$
  • Houses
  • 50

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Factsheet

Factsheet Info
Overview
Price
$$$$: Least expensive units start over $1 million.
Resort Type
On Beach,
Lake
Product Type Available
Houses
Types of Ownership Available
Fractional,
Full-Ownership
Gated
Yes
Address
Local 29 & 29b - Calle Corazón 5a Avenida/Calle 14 Norte Playa del Carmen Solidaridad, Quintana Roo, CP 77710 Mexico
Nearest Airport
CUN
Distance from Airport
35 minutes
Similar or Competitive Developments
Demographics / Nature of Buyers:
Cost
Price Overview
2 bedroom: USD 1.6 million - 2.6 million 3 bedroom: USD 1.7 - 4.0 million
Approximate Price per Square Meter
$8,000 (USD)
Approximate Price per Square Foot
$743.49 (USD)
Approximate Maintenance Fee
$7.00 (USD)
Other Fees
Fees for use of golf course, marina, Mayakoba beach clubs, equipment, etc.
RED Review
Review

The Banyan Tree brand goes Mayan with a boutique residence located within the Mayakoba resort development area that promotes its mangrove-lined-canal setting by calling itself the "Venice of Mexico."

50 modestly sized, but exquisitely comfortable villas are on offer, each with a private infinity pool, rooftop terrace and details that express Bayan's signature "low tech, high touch" Asian design, which incorporates natural materials and a mix of indoor/outdoor spaces.

Owners receive access to Banyan's holistic "6 senses" spa, Mayakoba's 5 star resort and restaurants, and El Camaleón - the first PGA tour golf course in Mexico, designed by Greg Norman.

This, along with the Rosewood development, is one of the most expensive fractional developments along the Mayan Riviera. It´s for buyers who love the Banyan brand, the low impact philosophy and desire an exclusive getaway for a few weeks a year.

Pros

Roof top terrace, 7 restaurants, El Camaleón golf course designed by Greg Norman, private infinity pool with each residence, stunning natural surroundings, Bayan spa, low density, well-balanced mix of nature and development.

Cons

Fairly isolate resort that requires driving in order to reach major shopping centers, etc.

General Comments

Part of the Mayakoba resort community. 50 villas.

Onsite Amenities
Amenties
Beach Club,
Golf (Signature),
Hotel,
Party Room,
Private Pools,
Rental Program,
Resort Privileges,
On-site Restaurant(s),
Spa,
Valet Parking,
Other Amenities
art gallery, 7 restaurants, airport transport, canal transportation system
Finishings
Bathroom Materials
marble, mosaic and granite tile
Closet Space
ample
Kitchen Appliances
stainless steel sink, oven, hob and hood
Countertops
optional
Cabinetry
optional
Floors
black slate, stone tiles (exterior)
Doors and Windows
solid timber doors, powder-coated aluminum frame windows with laminated glass
Air Conditioning
chilled water system
Construction and Plans
Estimated Total Number of Units Programmed for Lifetime of Project
50
Number of Phases Programmed for Lifetime of Project
1
Which Phase is Currently for Sale
1
Number of Units Available in Current Phase (Including Ones Already Sold)
50
Date Ground Broken for First Phase
December, 2003
Date Ground Broken for Current Phase
December, 2003
Estimated Completion Date for Current Phase
February, 2009
Estimated Completion Date for Final Phase
February, 2009
Area
Local Attractions
Other Attractions
Xcaret & Xel-Ha eco-parks, Tulum ruins, Chankanab botanical park, Sian Ka'an biosphere, Playa del Carmen city
About the Developer
Developer
About the Architect
Architect
About the Builder