Cozumel, Mexico, July 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- If the Mayan prophecy is correct and the ancient Maya calendar ends on December 21 and a new cycle begins the following day, we can look forward to a new era of purification and spiritual transition. Presidente InterContinental Cozumel Resort & Spa invites guests to unlock the Mayan secrets to health, peace and abundance with a three-night stay with plenty of relaxing extras.
In addition to three nights in a deluxe, Ocean View guestroom, guests who book the “Live the Mayan Experience” package will enjoy pampering at the luxurious Mandara Spa with a 50-minute massage, a Mayan Bath Ritual and an authentic, detoxifying Temazcal (ancient herbal steam bath) experience in which a local Shaman guides you through a cleansing ritual based on an ancient rite of passage.
“Live the Mayan Experience” package is US$1,272 including taxes and gratuity and is available through December 23, 2012. Need more time to unwind? Extended nights with preferential rates are available.
Set on a half mile of private white, sandy beach, surrounded by lush vegetation and just steps from the world’s largest coral reef, Presidente InterContinental Cozumel Resort & Spa is a tranquil oasis where families enjoy snorkeling direct from the resort’s beach or a bit of relaxation on your own private hammock.
For kids, the complimentary Chiqui Club offers crafts, games and daily activities including iguana feeding and learning about eco-tourism in the resort’s on-site plant nursery.
Scuba diving enthusiasts explore the world’s second-largest coral reef led by PADI-certified instructors with Scuba Du, Presidente InterContinental Cozumel’s on-property, Five-Star PADI dive center.
Wake up to a delicious buffet breakfast at El Caribeño, a giant open-air, beachfront palapa, followed by a refreshing dip in one of the resort’s two pools.
For reservations and information, call toll free from the USA (800) 327-0200 or visit www.InterContinentalCozumel.com. Travelers to Cozumel enjoy non-stop service from Houston, Dallas and Chicago.