Travelbinger featured in Travel + Leisure magazine — Take a look

Palmaia Resort Atlantis Spa Jungle Treatment Room

Travelbinger, an authority in travel, has been featured in many top-tier travel publications, most recently The New Yorker. This past month, Travel + Leisure magazine asked us if they could use our photos for a recent story on Playa Del Carmen. We were the first media to stay at Palmaia, The House of Aia, when it opened in 2020, and Travel + Leisure were excited to know we would take great photos.

In At This Sustainable Yucatan Retreat, Self Care Also Means Caring For The Planet, written by Imani Bashir, and published July 2, 2021, Travel + Leisure used a photo of Jimmy Im having a treatment in the spa.

To get a full review of Palmaia Resort, as well as its Atlantis Spa, check out our Youtube review, currently ranked the No 1 video on Palmaia.

We also reviewed Atlantis Spa at Palmaia in a featured story on Travelbinger, which you can check out here.

The eco-forward spa at Palmaia, is immersed in the jungle, just steps from the 317 suites at the resort. While the spa didn’t have a steam room, sauna or Jacuzzi, it was built around a traditional and authentic cenote, which was even better.

The treatment casitas have floor-to-ceiling glass wall, which is unique and something you don’t find in Playa Del Carmen.

We loved the spa and can’t wait to return!

Make sure to get a copy of Travel + Leisure to read the Palmaia feature with Travelbinger photo in it.

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Jimmy Im has traveled to 113 countries, stayed in over 600 hotels and has flown a million airmiles. He lives in New York City.

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