The Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba Inauguration took place on Tuesday March 24th. It is considered one the most exclusive residential private clubs in the Riviera Maya.
With an investment of 120 million dollars, Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba presents the phase one of their real estate offer.
Mayakoba, the most exclusive touristic complex in the Riviera Maya and all of the country, home of the biggest and most luxurious hotel businesses’ worldwide and the only one including PGA Tour Certified golf courses in Latin America, cutted the ribbon for their first phase of a totally innovative real estate product: Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba.
The concept was conceived as a lifestyle product which is composed of two phases:
- Phase 1: consists of 30 residents with a fractional property format.
- Phase 2: features 30 additional residents under a full ownership format.
Having a fractional property means our clients can enjoy a luxurious property and make use of the estate throughout the year on a part time basis, while enjoying the benefits of being an owner.
Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba will have a total investment of a 120 million USD in a private residential club and one of the most exclusives in the Riviera Maya.
“Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba joins the real estate offer as a lifestyle product where luxury, world class service and nature combine to satisfy those looking for vacation at a high level experience” said Agustin Sarasola, General Director of OHL/Mayakoba.
The real estate complex offers fully furnished residencies with an actual sale price of 179,000 USD with 3 bedrooms, and $279,000 dollars for the 4 bedroom.
Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba is ideal for passionate golf players who will have the privilege to play at the “Chameleon”, which is the only golf course part of the PGA Tour in all Latin America.
Food lovers will be able to attend more than 10 different 5 star restaurants within the Mayakoba Complex.
Looking for relaxation? Mayakobá features the exclusive “Willow Stream Spa”.
For those who enjoy outdoor activities. there is a wide array of options such as kayaking, fishing, running trails, paddling, and other aquatic activities.
And if you are just looking to share a family experience, Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba offers unlimited activities and excellent services for children at the clubhouse Fairmont Heritage Place at Mayakoba.
The owners of the Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba will have access to all the areas of the resort, indoor and outdoor sport activities, as well as discounts on consumption and reservations including VIP personal treatment and concierge service.
Additionally, the owners will be able to enjoy a privilege program in which they can exchange their time sharing weeks in more than 300 destinations at any Fairmont Hotels, Raffles, or Swissotel complex all over the world, plus 200 additional destinations of the Registry Collection hotel chain.
- The tectonic project was created by SB Architects, a prestigious firm, world leader in great scale resort designing.
- Architect Pedro Pablo Velasco’s company “Maat Handasa” was in charge of the landscaping work.
- VR Design Group did all the interior design.
These three talents were accomplished by the natural harmony and beauty of the Mayakoba surroundings.
Phase One of this complex features 30 residences divided into 6 buildings with a clubhouse, 3 swimming pools, snack bar, fitness center, Kids Club and paddle tennis court.
With the opening of Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba, OHL Development continues with its vision of creating large-scale tourism projects that benefit local communities and promote respect and care for the environment.
Fairmont Heritage Place Mayakoba: Everlasting Moments.
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