In Hoteles Xcaret we know that eating is travelling, and that memories also immortalize the palate. We gathered a group of talented chefs to offer premium culinary experiences that make our hotels, real gastronomic destinations.

Hotel Xcaret Mexico

The homage to our country cannot be completed without talking about its gastronomy. Its millennial ingredients fed Mexico’s cultural identity and gave the world products that nowadays are an important part of other countries’ history. The culinary journey of Hotel Xcaret México embellishes the Mexican gastronomy, declared as Intangible Cultural Heritage by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and hugs other flavors of the world to give you a memorable sensory experience.

Restaurants | Hotel Xcaret México


Gastronomy is an acknowledged art in Hotel Xcaret Arte, an art that neuters your body and soul. We applaud the creativity of an authentic recipe and taste the harmony of a dish made with great skill and passion. Sublime flavor artists have written a culinary symphony to flatter you with a round and complex inspiration in each and every dish, where originality will dominate each bite.

Restaurants | Hotel Xcaret Arte


A kitchen with an artistical outburst, without prejudice or fear to seduce the world through its colors, flavors and love for Mexico. Maximum expression of excellence and talent, taken into your table for a never before seen experience, where the surprise factor and exclusiveness will boost greatly the delight of the great kitchen under the care of the chef Martha Ortiz, chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita and chef Franco Maddalozzo.

Restaurants | La Casa de la Playa


A group of professionals, passionate by innovation, form the Gastronomic Group of Hoteles Xcaret. 10 chefs and the sommelier Sandra Fernandez are the guests for being part of the committee in charge of curing the gastronomic experiences inside Hoteles Xcaret, included in the All-Fun Inclusive concept. Two chefs with Michelin Star stand-out: Carlos Gaytán and Paco Méndez, who are in charge of the restaurants Ha’ and Encanta, which open their doors to our public to become exclusive destination restaurant.


  • Mercado de la Merced
  • Trajinera
  • Bio
  • Fuego
  • Las Cuevas
  • Cantina Los Faroles
  • Chibalí
  • Las Playas
  • Teatro del Río
  • Xin-Gao
  • Ha’
  • Xpiral

Mercado de la Merced

A sensory trip of ten stations, curated by Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita

  • Xaak
  • Chino Poblano
  • Cantina VI.AI.PY.
  • Mercado de San Juan
  • Kibi-Kibi
  • Tah-Xido
  • Encanta
  • Cayuco
  • Arenales


A tribute to regional food with pre-Hispanic influences by Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita.

  • Tuch de Luna
  • Costero
  • Centli
  • Lumbre

Tuch de Luna

Flavors of Mexico, a captivating proposal of the by Chef Martha Ortiz.