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Climate: Semi-tropical, with an average yearly temperature of 77 degrees.

Language: Spanish is the official language in Mexico. English is spoken almost everywhere in this tourist destination, as well as other languages.

Money: The official currency is the Mexican peso, but US Dollars are widely accepted.

Transportation: The Cancun International Airport (CUN), the second largest airport in the country, is located 45 minutes away from Playa del Carmen. The hub offers direct flights to and from major US Cities as well as international destinations. Transportation to Mayakoba can be arranged directly at the airport, options include buses, shuttles, car rental concessions and private taxis.

Parking: During the tournament, follow the signs that read General Parking. There will be a shuttle going to and from the general parking area to the tournament. General Parking is free.

Business Hours: Most businesses and shops are open from 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Hotels:

Banyan Tree Mayakoba
www.banyantree.com/en/mayakoba
TEL: +52 984 122-5068
Located inside the Mayakoba resort, walking distance from the golf course

Fairmont Mayakoba www.fairmontmayakoba.com
TEL: +52 984 206-3000
Located inside the Mayakoba resort, walking distance from the golf course

Rosewood Mayakoba
www.rosewoodhotels.com/mayakoba
TEL: +52 875 8000
Located inside the Mayakoba resort, walking distance from the golf course

About the Mayakoba Resort

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Under the vast blue skies of Mexico's Riviera Maya stands Mayakoba, as beautiful as the nature that surrounds it. Once just a dream of a resort village with first-class hotels dotted along crystal clear waterways and white sand beaches, Mayakoba has fast become a reality on the Caribbean coastline.

Mayakoba features the immaculate greens of Greg Norman's 18-hole El Camaleon Golf Club and the Jim McLean Golf School as well as three of Mexico's most luxurious resorts, Fairmont Mayakoba, Rosewood Mayakoba suites and Banyan Tree Mayakoba.

Created to harmonize with the unspoiled tropical forest, Mayakoba is connected with a series of lagoons enabling guests to wander effortlessly from place to place through the resort using the "lanchas" (covered boats) as well as a network of trails.

Visit www.Mayakoba.com for more information.


About Playa del Carmen Mexico

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The town of Playa del Carmen, just minutes south of Mayakoba, is situated in the heart of the Riviera Maya and attracts millions of tourists each year. This family-friendly, tropical paradise features world-renown beaches, a variety of delicious restaurants, a fun-filled nightlife and is just a chip shot away from hundreds of activities like snorkeling and scuba diving to jungle tours and ancient Mayan ruins.