Hacienda Temozon is a 28-room coral-colored gem with white molding, hidden away in a rainforest of green trees and vibrant tropical flowers. The red and orange getaway pops against the lush surroundings, providing the perfect secret spot for relaxation.

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Formerly a sisal fiber plantation, Hacienda Temozon has maintained much of its historical character. Secluded rooms with terraces leading to plunge pools make this hotel feel like a private home. High beamed ceilings and double doors give each room a grand ambiance. Iron beds, hardwood furnishings, and terraces gives you a sense of living in a hacienda of the past.

Hacienda Temozon wholly embraces relaxation. Take a snooze on a woven cotton hammock to the chorus of the many chirping birds that live around the property. The pool crosses the entire length of the garden and is flanked by several loungers – the ideal shady retreat with a cool drink.

Dine on regional and international cuisine at the restaurant illuminated with twinkling candles and the sounds of crickets singing at night. Many of the meals are prepared using ingredients grown in the garden and bread is baked fresh on-site. Fresh fish is brought in from the coastal villages of the Yucatan Peninsula to contribute to the bounty. Indulge your sweet tooth with coconut ice cream, honey jelly, and chocolate butter. Admire the manicured garden at Gargolas, the bar, while sipping on a tamarind margarita.

The Hol Be Spa is found in a candlelit rocky cavern with massage beds ready for pampering. Facials, wraps, and traditional Mayan massages use natural, indigenous products. Sip on fresh fruit juices and teas while luxuriating with a foot massage.

Bicycle ride your way through this pretty area. Step down a ladder to explore and swim in a local cenote underground resevoir, or don a chef’s hat at a cooking class to learn how to make some of the tasty dishes popular in this region.

Hacienda Temozon is committed to giving back to the local community through workshops that have been established on-site. Guests can see how furniture and textiles are made and meet with the friendly locals who want to share their craft.

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