A hidden oasis situated on its own private island, La Isla Secreta is an adults-only speakeasy cushioned by crystalline lagoons and lush mangrove forests. Aptly named for its mystical ambiance and undisclosed location, this exclusive new lounge is only accessible by boat. It offers guests a retreat-within-a-retreat, accented with soft music, plush bohemian furnishings, and a curated menu of craft cocktails and rare Mexican spirits. Reservations are required; please book directly with our concierge desk or your butler.
January 5 to May 27
8 - 11 PM
*Exclusive to Rosewood Mayakoba guests 18+
*Open every Thursday,Friday and Saturday, check specific date availability with our concierge desk
Rosewood Mayakoba springtime activities
A tropical house party on the beach, our Full Moon celebration invites guests to bask in the soft glow and good energy of the fully illuminated moon as it casts its light across the ocean.
Celebrate Easter with the family in Riviera Maya and join Rosewood Explorers on the great egg hunt.
This Memorial Day Weekend, we’re getting into the summer spirit by paying tribute to one of our favorite cities: Chicago
We invite you to partake in an exquisite Fourth of July weekend celebration
This winter, Rosewood Mayakoba welcomes fine dining restaurant Caruso’s from Rosewood Miramar Beach to its lagoon-side venue Casa del Lago.
Family-style dinner experience with communal seating at our al fresco garden.
Dinner by the sea with a menu drawn from Mexico’s southern Pacific coast.
A celebration of the flavors and culture of Baja California.
Renowned bartenders and chefs from Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and Cancun among other Riviera Maya towns will each feature three of their favorite recipes, available a la carta alongside the full Zapote Bar evening menu.
Classic Mexican fare focused on open fire and mesquite grill cooking techniques.
Uncover the secrets behind one of Mexico’s most iconic dishes—El Taco.
Join us for an educational—and boozy—exploration of agave varietals from the familiar like tequila and mezcal to lesser-known spirits.
A celebration of color and culture that nods to Oaxaca, as well as Chiapas and Guerrero, known for their craftsmanship, regional cuisines, and pristine Pacific waters.