Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna-Mexico
Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna is located in Mexico. The Hotel is a small, cozy Eco-hotel located on the Costa Maya, in the southeastern part of the Yucatan Peninsula. The Hotel is between the small fishing villages of Mahahual and Xcalak. Maya Luna is the place to go when you want to be away from the madness of daily life.
Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna has 4 beach front bungalows with ocean views. All the bungalows have a private bathroom, king-size bed, ceiling fan, and hammocks as well as an upstairs a private roof-deck. Extra beds for each studio are available. Kids can also sleep in tents (bring your own) directly in front of your bungalow. Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna has one bungalow available which is handicapped accessible.
Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna family bungalow
The main building of Maya Luna has WiFi for guests use. The Hotel also has an area to park cars. The Hotel is pet friendly; Additionally you can see the invitation from our dog on our website.
Sustainability at Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna
Maya Luna makes sustainability a priority. The Hotel gets it’s electricity from solar panels, and best of all, it is available 24 hours a day. The Hotel uses energy efficient lamps and fans in the main building and the rooms. For its water supply Hotel Restaurant Maya Luna uses rain water falling on the roof to be collected in large basements under the terrace. Waste water at the Hotel – Instead of using local septic tanks for each bungalow, a large basement was constructed connecting all buildings. The basement at Maya Luna consists of different compounds with filters installed. Best of all, after filtering, the Hotel uses the gray water for irrigation.
Maya Luna’s Restaurant
The restaurant-bar at the waterfront offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu at Maya Luna offers a selection of European, as well as Mexican dishes with an Indonesian flavor. One of the specials at the Hotel is a stuffed pineapple with shrimp, cashew nuts, rice, chile poblano and omelette, topped with coriander. Red snapper and grouper come direct from local fishermen. The chef serves the fish fried or cut into fillets with a garlic, honey or mushroom sauce.
The Hotel can arrange activities like snorkeling, diving and cultural trips to the Maya Ruins.
Eco Rating 4 out of 5 on Eco Tropical Resort’s Eco Exam for lodging.