At Palmaïa – The House of AïA, their mission is to inspire people to become the most vibrant version of themselves.
Palmaïa is more than just a resort. It is a vision of wellness that does not exist elsewhere. It is a concept that recognizes that the healing process is a journey, not a destination, and that one needs to balance body, mind and soul to travel it.
“At Palmaïa, we believe in the healing power of nature. Here, spirituality and growth go hand in hand with the joy of experiences that nourish you inside and out,” says Iris Soriano,
public relations manager. “We provide a delightful, healthy conscious food experience, natural treatments and organic music sessions to spark positive emotions. But especially, Palmaïa offers a comprehensive holistic program of activities for spiritual growth and to connect with the inner self and the community.”
Palmaïa is the destination where everything is included. At the resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico, you’ll find wonderful food and beverages at their restaurants, cafés and food truck, quality alcoholic and non-alcoholic mixology, 24-hour room service, the Kid’s Center with Waldorf-inspired activities, rituals of sound, bike sharing services, fiber-optic wi-fi, nomadic guides and concierge services, a jungle gym, stand-up paddle boards, their signature Architects of Life Program and more.
Palmaïa offers numerous eating experiences. Try Lek, which elevates the native Mexican, small-town, culinary wisdom to the heights of international, haute cuisine. For an entry point to Asia, you can try Ume — a place where Japanese and Thai cuisine merge. Mar de Olivo redefines expectations of Mediterranean cuisine by cultivating their lesser-known traditions. If you’re looking to relax into the laid-back, Caribbean beach ambiance and the primal delight of sand beneath your feet, Su Casa is best. Plantissa Healthy Café offers 100% plant-based ingredients in a New York-Soho city eatery ambiance. Finally, El Caminante: Vegan Taco Food Truck is Palmaïa’s healthier alternative to typical Mexican Street food, without sacrificing the taste and flavor.
Paseo Xaman-Ha, Lote 1, Playacar, 77710 — Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — México
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