Secluded and peaceful, just 25 minutes from Merida.
Chablé offers 38 casitas and 2 expansive villas.
Each casita is purposely situated within the lush gardens where nature can be enjoyed to its fullest.
The original 19TH century walls of the working hacienda serve as the framework for every casita, and incorporates modern touches, warm woods and traditional mayan architecture to make chablé a true work of art. Every room has a view and every view is a living part of the hacienda.
The natural cenote at chablé is the focal point of the healing journey, providing the curative foundations and tranquil setting for development of our spa experiences. We offer a space where ancient mysticism blends with modern curiosity to bring about a new vocabulary of well-being.
The Chablé Spa provides an intimate setting of tranquility, sophistication, and customization. The setting and elements used in authentic Mayan Ceremony, allows for a deep connection and profoundly moving experience as an initiation into the Chablé Healing Culture.
We offer a space where ancient mysticism blends with modern curiosity to bring about a new vocabulary of well-being.
Non sleeping guests are welcome to our Spa and to Ixi’im Restaurant with a confirmed reservation.
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A state of well-being can be achieved through the connection with the environment, the body and the mind; by redefining the experience, curiosity, energy and the expansion of our senses.
On a daily basis chablé offers a series of activities focused on a particular sense, emotion or thought. Guests are invited to participate in all wellness, balance and cultural activities offered during their stay.
Chablé’s culinary offer was designes by acclaimed chef Jorge Vallejo. His restaurant quintonil (cdmx), was awarded in 2018 as the #11 by “the world’s 50 best restaurants”.
Under his leadership, Luis Ronzón our executive chef enhances the gastronomic experience at our three restaurants – ixi’im, ki’ol & spa restaurant- which is based on organic & seasonal cuisine mostly sourced from the on-site traditional maya gardens.