Chablé Resort & Spa
Merida, Yucatan Peninsula
Once a beautiful hacienda, Chablé Resort & Spa on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula has been transformed into a stunning spa retreat, with chic private villas spread throughout the sprawling gardens offering total relaxation and a chance to fully disconnect.
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At a Glance
Luxurious destination spa found deep within the Mayan forest on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula
38 stand-alone pool villas are dotted throughout the expansive grounds offering privacy and a peaceful setting
Ideally located within easy reach of Merida whilst still feeling remote
Traditional hacienda-style property with 21st Century decor and luxurious furnishings
Atmospheric spa built within a cenote
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Chablé Resort & Spa or take a look at our itineraries to the Yucatan Peninsula
Chablé Resort & Spa is a beautiful wellness retreat which seamlessly blends the contemporary with the traditional through its striking architecture, rejuvenating spa treatments and even the service. A stay here is a chance to completely disconnect and will leave you feeling totally refreshed.
Chablé can be found on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, its vast grounds separating it from nearby Mérida and the village of Chochola. Although completely transformed from its days as a working hacienda, with chic and contemporary villas dotted throughout the gardens, glimpses of the original buildings can still be seen and give the property a sense of belonging, providing a window into its glorious history and the Mexican tradition which surrounds.
Providing a true escape, the spa at Chablé has been moulded from a cenote, an underground Mayan cave which forms a truly stunning natural setting in which to unwind. Make the most of the customized treatments on offer for an utterly pampering experience. A stay here combines perfectly with a beach break on the swathes of powdery sand which line the nearby Riviera Maya.
The resort comprises 38 stand-alone pool villas which are surrounded by tropical gardens and, although modern in design, feature traditional Mayan details such as the original hacienda walls and local woods, along with splashes of color which take influence from the peninsula's Caribbean coast. Each of the villas has both an outdoor shower and a large outdoor living room with hammocks. Floor to ceiling windows ensure that the casitas are light and airy and allow the beauty of the natural surroundings inside.
Each of the 38 casitas measures 1,700 square feet and comes furnished with a king bed or two queens. They each have an outdoor living area and private pool.
The Presidential Suite is ideal for those who wish for more privacy and measures over 8,000 square feet, comprising three bedrooms, a dining room, living room, outdoor Jacuzzi and loungers, a pool, private gardens and a butler kitchen.
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The Royal Presidential Suite measures over 10,000 square feet and features three bedrooms, a dining room, living room, private bar, media room, spa suite and butler kitchen. Outdoors you can find a large pool and al fresco dining area, a Jacuzzi, loungers and expansive private gardens.
Children of all ages are welcome, however only have limited access to the spa if they are under the age of 12.
Facilities include a fantastic spa which offers a uniquely customized experience and a range of pampering treatments, utilising both traditional and modern techniques to enhance your stay. Elements that would usually be common in Mayan rituals and ceremonies are replicated to immerse guests fully in the traditional local methods of relaxation.
Dining options include Grill restaurant and the signature restaurant, both of which incorporate ingredients grown within the property's gardens to create delicious and healthy dishes. Regional and international cuisine both feature to offer something to suit all tastes.
A range of activities can be enjoyed within the surroundings, including biking along trails throughout the grounds or to nearby Chochola, cookery classes are offered and incorporates ingredients grown in the hotel gradens and guests can also join a local horticulturist to learn the ropes of Mayan gardening. Yoga is offered every morning by the cenote in then most tranquil of settings, as well as art workshops, music classes, fitness classes and meditation.
Location & Directions
Merida, Yucatan Peninsula
Chablé Resort is spread across 750 acres of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula in the heart of the Mayan forest. The property is within easy reach of Merida and the nearby Mayan ruins.
When to go
The Yucatán Peninsula is hot and humid. The best time to visit is typically during the drier, slightly milder months between November and April. The ‘rainy’ season begins in the south around June and runs until November. Although it can be hotter and more humid at this time of year, usually it only rains for a couple of hours before the weather clears. The wettest months tend to be September and October.