Welcome to Bungalow Mayan Village
Bungalow Mayan Village has beautiful mural reflecting the daily life in a tipical Mayan Village. The mural is full of small details and after a few days you will still discover new things. The mural in bungalow Mayan Village has been painted by 2 mexican artists.
- King size bed
- 1 individual bed can be added
- Private bathroom
- Hot and cold water in the shower
- Purified water dispenser
- Daily room cleaning
- Linnen will be changed every 2 or 3 days
- Hammocks & Beach chairs
- Private roof terrace with palapa
- Patio with sea view downstairs
- Kids can also sleep in tents directly in front of your studio.
- Parking lot behind the bungalow.
- Pet friendly bungalow
Prices below include breakfast for 2 or 3 persons. This breakfast consists of American coffee, a natural fruit juice and a choice of one of the following plates: toast with butter & marmalade or yogurt with fresh fruit or eggs as you like them or hotcakes.
|Season||2 persons||3 persons|
|from 20/08/14 to 15/12/14||970 pesos||1120 pesos|
|from 15/12/14 to 07/01/15||1400 pesos||1550 pesos|
|from 07/01/15 to 30/03/15||1150 pesos||1300 pesos|
|from 30/03/15 to 05/04/15||1400 pesos||1550 pesos|
|from 05/04/15 to 01/05/15||1150 pesos||1300 pesos|
|from 01/05/15 to 15/07/15||970 pesos||1120 pesos|
|from 15/07/15 to 20/08/15||1150 pesos||1300 pesos|
|from 20/08/15 to 15/12/15||970 pesos||1120 pesos|
Prices are per night and applicable to a 1, 2 or 3 night stay. If you want to stay 4 nights or more, please contact us for discounts. These discounts depend on the season and cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions.
Check the current exchange rate of the Mexican peso towards the US dollar and EURO.
If you want to make a reservation, please send us an email or use our reservation form .
Electricity in bungalow Mayan Village.
The voltage in bungalow Mayan Village is 110 Volt. Maya Luna uses electricity generated by solar panels and kept in large batteries. We have a diesel generator as a backup. All bungalows have 24 hours of electricity.
For its water supply hotel Maya Luna uses rain water. Rain water falling on the roof of the bungalows is collected in large basements under the terrace. This rainwater is used for showering and flushing the toilet. Of course bottled drinking water is available in the bungalows.