Yucatan’s much anticipated Chablé Destination Spa welcomes spa aficionados to 40 deluxe villas with private pools in the heart of the Mayan forest. Imagined as a hedonistic and utterly private retreat, the hacienda’s centerpiece will be its incredible spa built beside a cenote –natural cave formations believed to be sacred to the Mayans. Chablé immediately immerses guests in the rich culture and history of the region, creating an authentic experience that harmoniously blends nature, luxury and an unmistakable sense of place. Every aspect in the development of Chablé has been carefully planned and executed to honor the history of the property and the ancient Mayan culture.
In a unique setting in the heart of the Mayan forest, Chablé Resort is spread across 750 acres on Mexico’s famed Yucatan Peninsula. Chablé is located just 25 minutes from the charming and historic city of Mérida, providing swift access to nearby Mayan ruins, cenotes and biosphere reserves, as well as some of the region’s best museums, art galleries and thriving colorful markets. Just 15 minutes from the Merida International Airport
Chablé features 38 stand-alone pool villas with outdoor showers, hammocks, and large outdoor living rooms. All villas feature modern touches incorporated with Mayan architecture -warm woods and original 19th-century walls of the working hacienda are what make Chablé a work of art. All accommodations include daily breakfast and activities.
One bedroom casitas are 1,700 square feet and feature a king bed or two queens with an outdoor living area and private pool.
The expansive three-bedroom suite is over 8,000 square feet and features a dining room, living room, outdoor Jacuzzi and lounging areas, pool private gardens, a butler kitchen.
Royal Presidential Suite
At over 10,000 square feet, this three-bedroom paradise features a dining room, living room, spa suite, private gym, media room, private bar, and butler kitchen.
Outdoors there is a large pool, dining area, Jacuzzi, lounging areas, and private gardens.
Chablé’s acclaimed executive chef serves fine, organic, seasonal cuisine sourced directly from the on-site gardens. The chef is committed to using only the freshest ingredients to create wholesome, flavorful cuisine paired with traditional Mayan dishes.
Chablé features an extensive array of ceviche and agua chiles, all prepared upon request. The chef’s signature ceviche is a seabass infused with an aromatic and flavorful sauce of ginger, lime, celery coriander and cucumber. In addition, the extensive wine cellar will be home to exclusive vintages. The cellar provides an intimate setting ideal for romantic dinners, social gatherings or simply to enjoy a drink before dinner. In a nod to indulgence and relaxation, the resort also features an expansive cellar showcasing the largest private tequila collection in the world.
The retreat’s crowning jewel is its world-class spa beside “cenote,” natural wonders unique to the Yucatan and considered sacred by the Mayans. The spa’s philosophy draws from this ancient culture, offering a wide range of Mayan-inspired spa treatments that harness the power of Mérida’s ancient techniques and ingredients, alongside modern amenities. The spa features nine treatment rooms, a steam room, a sauna, a salt cabin, and a floatarium. In addition, the facility offers guests warm and cold whirlpools, a water circuit with varying types of shower pressures,a relaxation area, and a pool. Guests will also enjoy access to the library, yoga/meditation room, and a juice and snack bar. A garden kitchen is available for guests interested in learning about and preparing their own aromatherapy.
The pool is in the heart of the hacienda surrounded by lush gardens and a casual dining area nearby a traditional Mayan garden recreates harvesting techniques that have not been used in over a century. The garden consists of raised garden beds made from local woods and constructed using no man-made elements. Each bed is filled with organic soil and seeds traditionally harvested by Chable’s resident Mayan horticulturist. Guest will have the option to partake in the gardening process during each visit. Other activities include hiking, biking, jogging, cooking classes, yoga, and visits to Mayan ruins and local villages