“Indulge your senses while restoring your spirit” is your only call to action here. Nestled just outside Merida in the heart of the Yucatan, Chable offers a sanctuary to journey inward. This Zen wellness retreat bridges ancient culture with contemporary design. A 32,000-square-foot spa offers butler services, thalassotherapy circuits, and traditional Mayan touches.
Don’t miss three temazcals and an herbal remedy boutique where ancient natural recipes are concocted. Whether gazing upon the water lilies and the healing sacred waters of the cenote during morning meditation, admiring the expansive grounds of this historical estate on a bike ride, relishing the privacy of your 2,200-square-foot casita (only 38 in total, each with a private pool and outdoor shower), or savoring the organic and seasonal spa cuisine sourced from the onsite gardens, Chable delivers an expansive experience. Top the day with one of the 3,000 rare tequilas housed at Ixi’Im, which showcases menus crafted by Chef Jorge Vallejo of Quintonil (recently ranked #22 on “The World’s 50 Best Restaurants”).
To restore your spirit and indulge your senses please contact Julia Douglas.
Montage Los Cabos. Located on the sweeping shores of Santa Maria Bay, this stylish new 39-acre property (opening May 2018) will feature 122 expansive guest rooms and suites and 52 Montage Residences. Think amazing views, six pools, and walk-up access to the region’s top swimming, diving, and snorkeling. Don’t miss the new Spa Montage and several inspired dining venues.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Los Cabos at Costa Palmas. Contemporary and chic, this oceanfront community (opening early 2019) is poised to become one of the hottest openings in Los Cabos. Expect 145 rooms overlooking the Sea of Cortés. Amenities include the private Yacht Cove, a marina with slips that accommodate 250-foot boats, and a Robert Trent Jones II golf course.
To book your stay at these hot properties contact Melissa Pugh.
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Biking, culture, art, tango, table-hopping, and shopping! This city has something for every type traveler.
– Four Seasons. Located in the heart of the La Recoleta District, Four Seasons service is matched with a coveted locale. Spa-ing and dining are on tap, here, too—both of which are worth a stay.
– Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt. Also located in the historic French district of Recoleta, the hotel’s Paseo de las Artes Duhau art collection is reason enough to visit.
– La Bamba de Areco. Nestled in the heart of Pampa—one of the oldest estancias in Argentina, this recently renovated boutique hotel combines gaucho tradition with equestrian pursuits and notable cuisine.
– Floreria Atlantic. This hidden cocktail bar is tucked away beneath a gorgeous flower shop.
– Patagonia Sur. A Francis Mallmann outpost, fine dining is celebrated with a knockout wine list.
– El Cuartito. This hyper-local pizza restaurant is casual and quaint.
One of the most emblematic buildings is the Casa Rosada—the pink presidential palace. Yes, it’s touristy, but it’s where Evita used to address throngs of Peronists gathered in the Plaza de Mayo and Avenida de Mayo.
– Jill Taylor
– Cally Pirrung