Hotel Maya Presents Final Mayan Dinner Show in Fuego

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Hotel Maya presents final exotic Mayan Dinner Show in FuegoHotel Maya presents its final Mayan Dinner Show highlighting the music and rhythm of ancient Mayan culture along with a Mayan specialty menu featuring authentic Latin American fare in Fuego, Wednesday, November 14, 2012.

“The Sounds of Ancient Mexico” begins the two-hour show and is presented by Martin Espino, scholar and award-winning artist performing a vast array of pre-Hispanic musical instruments. Audiences will be engaged by stories, history and cultural anecdotes while enjoying an hour of authentic music including single, double to quadruple clay and bamboo flutes, water drums, log drums,turtle shells and more.

“The Dance of Ancient Mexico” features “Copali-Copili,” a troupe of four professional native dancers and drummer Capitan Raymond Ramirez presenting the dance of ancient Mexico that includes the Maya “okot.” The dance performances will be accompanied by the traditional conch shell and huehuetl drums and brilliantly colored, visually inspired feathered ancestral headdresses.

The Mayan Dinner Show menu features an ancient Mayan fare tour of Latin America by Fuego Executive Chef Victor Juarez including a delicious Chile Relleno Blanco, Cocoa Chili En-Crusted Venison, Tikin-Xic, Yucatecan Style Achiote Rubbed Mexican Sea Bass, and a scrumptious Mayan dessert, Torta del Cielo, or Heavenly Cake. Fuego will also offer its usual dinner menu.

The Mayan Dinner Show is Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at Hotel Maya, 700 Queensway Drive, Long Beach, CA 90802from 7-9 p.m.

The Mayan Dinner Show entertainment is complimentary for Fuego guests dining or enjoying the lounge.

Reservations: Call 562-481-3910 or book through

Hotel Maya at the water’s edge recently completed a full-scale upgrade to a Latin American-inspired 199 room property that presents travelers with a distinctive Southern California combination of stunning, seaside views amidst 14 acres of lush, tropical gardens in a modern, open-air, setting. A celebration of modern, Latin infused cuisine can be found in Fuego restaurant featuring a breathtaking waterfront setting in relaxed indoor-outdoor seating and contemporary Latin-inspired decor. Fuego’s bar features the largest tequila selection in the region and some of the best handcrafted margaritas in the city. For additional information or to make room reservations, please call 562-435-7676, visit or like

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