After the debut of Chablé Resort & Spa Yucatan in 2016, Hamak Hotels has announced it will operate a second Chablé Resort on Maroma Beach, Mexico.
Scheduled to open in October 2018, Chablé Maroma will include an expansive 17,000sq ft (1,579sq m) spa created by Bonnie Baker, co-founder of Satteva Spa & Wellness Concepts.
Surrounded by mangroves on Mexico's Caribbean coastline, Chablé Maroma will feature interior designs by Paulina Moran, who also worked on Chablé Yucatan. Architect Javier Fernandez has designed the buildings of the five-star beach resort, which will be set between a tropical jungle and Maroma Beach, and will include 70 suites, each with its own private pool and outdoor terrace.
Guests at Chablé Maroma will experience life on the beach from luxurious and cozy presidential villas, suites and independent villas set in the Maya jungle, spread in a beautiful jungle landscape.
Chablé honors the Maya cultural heritage and celebrates this civilization's way of life, in intimate contact with nature. The casitas are an evocative refuge designed with Mayan colors and regional materials: xucun stone, marble and galarza quarried stone. The wood in floors and ceilings make each casita a natural hideaway where nothing is missing. Walls that fully open and integrate with the jungle around complete a luxurious experience.