Banyan Tree is made up entirely of large, freestanding guest villas, and each comes with a private pool.
For its first venture outside of Asia, Banyan Tree chose Mexico's Riviera Maya, a resort destination that excels in pampering guests. Part of the glitzy Mayakoba complex, which also includes a Greg Norman–designed golf course, Banyan Tree is made up entirely of large freestanding guest villas. The sleek, Asianinspired design blends beautifully with such Mexican details as custom-made Talavera sinks and local handicrafts, and each villa comes with a pool. Leaving the serenity of these plush pads is worth it for beach time or such activities as a naturalist-guided tour of the beautiful mangroves that surround the property; with an eye toward the fragile eco systems, these tours are aboard an electric-powered boat.
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