At this resort, luxury is not a visit: it is a way of living!
Located in southern Mexico, Yucatan is a state with unique mysticism of its caves, where its flora and fauna are unmatched, and where your surroundings offer a direct connection to the soul.
A few miles from Chixchulub crater, is Chocholá (“saltwater” in Mayan), where more than a thousand homes stand on the land an asteroid touched 65 million years ago! A magnificent jungle over stone, with no surface water but liquid underneath; cristaline and vibrant in San Ignacio Cenote.
Guests will get to know the Mayan culture by the unique culinary experiences at the resort. The organic and seasonal cuisine comes mainly from the hotel’s traditional Mayan gardens. Chablé’s culinary offering was designed by acclaimed chef Jorge Vallejo who’s restaurant Quintonil in Mexico City has been recognized several times within “The World’s 50 best Restaurants”.
The accommodations at this property find their natural place around an old wall or a local tree, respecting all existing vegetation. The stone walls recreate old walls, called albarradas, and are the pretext to create the space in which the hammocks and private pools are located. Bathrooms are open spaces, cubes of glass and wood that make you feel in the middle of the jungle but that strategically regulate privacy.
Journey Beyond Aspen to Chablé Yucatán!