This week, luxury accommodation company Chable Hotels announced that their new venture, Casa Chable, would be open for business by the end of this year. The exclusive resort is set to revamp traditional luxury tourism in the region, combining extravagant rooms and amenities with eco-conscious services. Chable is yet to announce a specific opening date, but it is thought that the hotel will open in late November for the upcoming winter holiday season.
Placed between lush forestry and sandy-white shores, Casa Chable endeavours to offer ‘privacy and seclusion’ to all guests that chose to stay. The hotel is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it is home to over 700 different species of exotic animals.
Visitors who choose to stay at Case Chable will have an unforgettable experience exploring the lush mangrove systems that surround the hotel, as well as having the opportunity to snorkel or dive in its crystal-clear waters. This gives guests a chance to spot dolphins, colourful fish, or even the elusive manatee.
Getting to the Casa Chable could not be easier: visitors simply travel to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, and then take a 35-minute boat ride from the park’s entrance.
Upon arriving at the resort’s dock, guests are able to stay in one of five beachfront bungalows or guest suites in the main Casa Chable villa. All 10 accommodations are entirely powered by solar and wind energy, meaning each stay promotes environmental sustainability.
The resort boasts several fantastic amenities for guests to enjoy, including over 600 feet of private white-sand beach to relax on, with plenty of hammocks and canopy beds. There is even a cigar bar on site for guests who want to enjoy the finer things in life.
Case Chable place an emphasis on the relaxation of guests as soon as they arrive on-site. This is why the luxury hotel company have three different yoga classes available for visitors to enjoy, as well as relaxing culinary courses designed to centre the mind and body.
Guests are also able to take part in a host of outdoor water activities, including kayaking, paddle boarding, fly-fishing and snorkelling. If that wasn’t enough, guests are also able to visit the Muyil Mayan Archaeological site, known as the oldest set of Mayan ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Perhaps the most unique activity available at Casa Chable is stargazing in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere. In this activity, visitors are taken through the biosphere reserve where hundreds of constellations and planets are visible in the clear night sky. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will make a truly unforgettable vacation.
Being in such a secluded location doesn’t mean that guests miss out on excellent cuisine: Casa Chable has brought on Chef Jorje Vallejo (the chef and owner of Mexico City’s Quintonil) to create a gourmet menu rich with all the flavours of the Mexican-Caribbean. As Chef Vallejo’s restaurant is ranked globally as one of the best in the world, Casa Chable’s food is guaranteed to be a culinary delight.
Tulum has become a vastly popular choice for travellers visiting the Mexican-Caribbean over the past few years, as there is no shortage of hotels and resorts built in the area. Alongside Casa Chable, a new Nobu hotel is set to be built in Tulum this year, including a restaurant, hotel and separate residences. This is set to be the 30th Nobu property worldwide, and the second Nobu property to open in Mexico.
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