NIZUC, which reopened its doors on June 17, is a five-star AAA Five Diamond resort that has Mayan influences throughout, from its architecture and spa offerings, all the way down to its name (NIZUC means “dog nose” in Mayan). NIZUC’s unique design embodies the Mayan heritage while it merges natural materials – from local stones, ziricote, and pucte woods – with modern technology and fine Mexican art.
The world-renowned NIZUC Spa by ESPA, is located in a secluded area that was considered sacred for the ancient Mayans and offers a true sanctuary for rejuvenation. At NIZUC Spa, guests will enjoy a variety of Mayan-inspired spa treatments, which include Mayan Mindfulness program that offers guided breathing and visualization techniques to calm mind and body. A full list of treatments can be found here.
Those looking to top off the relaxing vacation should book the NIZUC Villa, which offers a great opportunity for those who want to social distance. The villa features 5,380 square-feet of grandiose accommodations with an intimate and private setting. The villa is complete with a spectacular rooftop sundeck, lush outdoor patio, a private infinity pool, an outdoor nature-inspired shower and open-air tub, and tropical gardens.
The Mayans were masters at focusing on their awareness on the present, and were constantly observing their surroundings, searching the stars for rhythms in the Universe and working towards understanding the meaning of life. NIZUC embodies these values throughout the resort, offering a deep sense of relaxation and awareness that is perfect for anyone looking for an escape from daily life.