Barceló Maya Palace
Caribbean luxury weddings
Mayan Riviera, Mexico
  • Charming hotels
  • Beach Hotels
  • Large terrace
  • Gourmet cuisine
Destination Info


The Barceló Maya Grand Resort is located in Playa del Carmen, one of the most spectacular and traditional destinations in the Riviera Maya, on the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Only 45 minutes from Cancún International Airport, this resort opens the gates to paradise for a fairytale wedding in a gorgeous setting.
 

The pleasant climate of this Caribbean region—resulting from the Gulf of Mexico’s warm currents—means that Cancún has an average annual temperature of 25ºC. There’s a reason why this is one of the most popular wedding and honeymoon destinations.
 

Playa del Carmen will win you over with more than its magnificent natural landscapes and warm weather. It is also one of the best culinary destinations in the Riviera Maya, and it is located in the heart of the ancient Mayan region, making it worthwhile to visit the ancient ruins of this fascinating culture. Choosing the Barceló Maya Grabd Resort for your wedding day will allow you to enjoy its countless services and fantastic surroundings.

The Barceló Maya Grand Resort has a professional team that will inform you and also handle (for a fee) all the paperwork that is needed for a wedding in Mexico. In any case, one thing that anyone traveling to Mexico will need is a valid passport.

You must see…
The secrets of Mayan Riviera
Playa del Carmen

This is the undisputed jewel of the Riviera Maya. This region of the Mexican Caribbean is home to the largest offering of restaurants, shops, nightlife, sports activities, and spas at the various resorts located along this part of the Yucatan Peninsula.

 

The exotic jungle adjacent to the infinite beaches with golden sand and crystal-clear water makes Playa del Carmen a tempting destination. Since the Barceló Maya Beach Resort is located in this spectacular setting, it is the ideal choice for your wedding celebration.

Tulum

This ancient Mayan city houses a rich cultural and archaeological heritage in a gorgeous area that overlooks the turquoise water of the Caribbean.

El Castillo” is without a doubt one of the most iconic ruins of the ancient Mayan fortress that once stood here.

El parque eco-arqueológico Xcaret

This natural sanctuary is one of the nation’s most popular tourist destinations. The multiple exhibits immerse guests in the history, art, and traditions of Mexico and its Mayan roots.

Visitors can also enjoy more than 40 cultural attractions, such as the exciting performances that recreate tribal dances, or try some of the dishes that represent the region’s exquisite gastronomy.