El mejor lugar para vivir una experiencia Todo Incluido única, en el corazón de la selva Maya y a unos cuantos pasos del reconocido parque Xcaret. Recientemente renovado, extraordinario ambiente natural que combina armoniosamente con la sensacional arquitectura en edificios estilo Mediterráneo en donde se encuentran sus espaciosas habitaciones con balcón.
Disfrute de toda una experiencia gastronómica, a la carta o tipo buffet, en cualquiera de los magníficos restaurantes y bares que conforman este singular resort. Gran variedad de actividades e instalaciones para disfrutar unas vacaciones perfecta, este hotel a sido recientemente remodelado.
The Maya civilization is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as its spectacular art, monumental architecture, and sophisticated mathematical and astronomical systems. Initially established during the Preclassic period, many of these reached their apogee of development during the Classic period (c. 250 to 900), and continued throughout the Postclassic period until the arrival of the Spanish. At its peak, it was one of the most densely populated and culturally dynamic societies in the world.
The Maya civilization shares many features with other Mesoamerican civilizations due to the high degree of interaction and cultural diffusion that characterized the region. Advances such as writing, epigraphy, and the calendar did not originate with the Maya; however, their civilization fully developed them. Maya influence can be detected as far as central Mexico, more than 1000 km (625 miles) from the Maya area. Many outside influences are found in Maya art and architecture, which are thought to result from trade and cultural exchange rather than direct external conquest. The Maya peoples never disappeared, neither at the time of the Classic period decline nor with the arrival of the Spanish conquistadores and the subsequent Spanish colonization of the Americas. Today, the Maya and their descendants form sizable populations throughout the Maya area and maintain a distinctive set of traditions and beliefs that are the result of the merger of pre-Columbian and post-Conquest ideologies (and structured by the almost total adoption of Roman Catholicism). Many different Mayan languages continue to be spoken as primary languages today; the Rabinal Ach?, a play written in the Q'eqchi' language, was declared a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2005.
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