Out on the eastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula rests the ancient city of Coba. Quiet, unassuming, the city of Coba is home to the largest collection of Mayan ruins in the World. Thought to have been originally settled around 50BC - 100AD, Coba was a bustling center of life and culture. The ideal location was a center for farming and trade. For over 1000 years, the prosperity of the city grew until it was shadowed by the emergence of other cities. Chichén Itzá became the new center of Mayan culture and Coba began to fade in its political importance. Today there is little remaining except a cluster of ancient ruins and a vast collection of artifacts.
The Coqui Coqui Coba has emerged from the foundation of this history to become one of the premiere resorts on the peninsula. At a modest $500 a night you can enjoy luxurious spa living. Nestled between jungle and coastal marshes, the tropical vibe is strong. Welcome each morning with the sound of jungle birds singing to the sun rising over the surrounding glassy waters. The stone masonry gives the resort a feeling of nostalgia framed by modern conveniences. The twin tower architecture is attached by a swinging bridge outlined in subtle lighting. Each tower has its own fresh water pool fed by an intricate system of aqueducts.
The charm is incredible, friendly and unequivocal. Coqui Coqui Coba has been a sought after spot for photo shoots and celebrity's get away. The peaceful solitude will leave you with a elevated expectation of luxury. For your next vacation to Mexico, escape to the aromas and ambience of this Yucatan jungle escape.