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Review: Andaz Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Mexico with a Toddler

Review: Andaz Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Mexico with a Toddler

Ruby Rosen Travel, travel advisors based in NYC, recently posted a hotel review for Andaz Mayakoba Resort in Riviera Maya. Rebecca Rosen, co-owner of Ruby Rosen Travel, stayed at Andaz Mayakoba for a long weekend with her husband and one year old, and highly recommends the resort "for families looking to hang out and enjoy the on-site activities." 

Top baby and toddler-friendly features of the resort include:

  • zero-entry pool for little waders
  • man-made reef to control beach waves
  • Kids' Club that accepts kids under 4 when accompanied by an adult
  • lagoon tours with wildlife sightings
 Image credit: Andaz Mayakoba

Image credit: Andaz Mayakoba

Top parent-friendly features of the resort include:

  • Babysitting services
  • Fantastic dining
  • Great hospitality
  • Beautifully appointed rooms with balconies
  • Complimentary stand-up paddle board lessons and first demo class of kite surfing and sunrise yoga
 Image credit: Andaz Mayakoba

Image credit: Andaz Mayakoba

To read more about Andaz Mayakoba Resort in Riviera Maya, visit the Ruby Rosen blog

 Image Credit: Ruby Rosen Travel

Image Credit: Ruby Rosen Travel

King rooms at Andaz Mayakoba begin at $375 USD per night. The Littlest Passport received no promotional consideration for this blog post. 

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