Mexican hospitality and wellness brand, Chablé Hotels is to expand its portfolio with the addition of Casa Chablé this September. Located south of Tulum in the Sian Ka’an biosphere, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Casa Chablé will offer the ultimate seclusion and immersion in nature, on an untouched stretch of Quintana Roo’s Caribbean coast.

Casa Chablé is surrounded by 12 acres of tropical jungle and fronted by white sand beaches on a private islet.  

The adventure begins at the entrance to the biosphere, where guests are whisked away by private boat for a scenic 35-minute ride through lush mangrove forests before reaching the resort’s private dock.

Here, guests enter the world of Casa Chablé, a pristine islet featuring five standalone beachfront villas with outdoor showers, and a main villa housing five guest suites, each with their own private terrace.

Chablé Hotels has once again collaborated with award-winning interior designer Paulina Moran for a full remodel of the property with the vision of maintaining a strong relationship between nature, comfort, and luxury.

The property includes a thatched-roof gourmet restaurant, an oceanfront wellness cabana, gym, outdoor wellness esplanade for yoga and meditation, a new rooftop lounge and bar overlooking sunset views, as well as a 200 metre private beach dotted with canopy daybeds, tipis, and hammocks gently billowing in the tropical breeze.

Tantamount with its sister properties Chablé Yucatan and Chablé Maroma, Casa Chablé’s culinary programme has been designed by the renowned Jorge Vallejo, chef and owner of award-winning restaurant Quintonil in Mexico City. 

Casa Chablé honours the Chablé Hotels commitment to coexist with nature and protect delicate ecosystems. The property is powered by renewable solar and wind energy, along with eco-sensitive water filtration, and local building materials. Casa Chablé will also be part of Chablé Hotels’ partnership with Mexican organization Comunal to support the brand’s environmental conservation, sustainability developments and social responsibility.