New hydrothermal experience at Banyan Tree Spa Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Mexico

The RainforestBanyan Tree Mayakoba, located in the vibrant Riviera Maya and just 40 minutes’ drive from Cancun International Airport, is home to the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa set in a perfect synthesis of modern Asian and Mexican tropical design.  And in another first, Banyan Tree Spa introduces The Rainforest concept to this resort. The Rainforest presents a complete hydrothermal experience combining the best of European spa and hydrothermal therapy with the essence of Asian wellness philosophy to create a romantic haven of serenity, warmth and comfort.

It is designed as a hydrothermal circuit known as The Rainforest Trail, comprising alternating hot and cold thermal cabins with each thermal cabin designed to accommodate up to one couple at each time. Couples can share the experiences together in each cabin guided by a personal therapist or enjoy the moments at their own privacy. To re-create a rainforest effect within the trail, it is all set against a backdrop of earthy tones and offers unique hydrothermal therapy experiences like Rain Walk, Aroma Steam Chamber, Herbal Sauna, Rasul, Brine Cavern, Ice Fountain, Experience Showers and Vitality Pool.

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  1. I had the pleasure of experiencing the full-blown hydrotherapy experience at this new Banyan Tree soon after they opened and it was incredible. I’m not a big spa enthusiast, but they’ve combined incredible facilities with something you don’t normally find in Mexico: Thai massage therapists.

  2. Emily M says:

    Sounds very relaxing and nice you can share it as a couple.

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