Stay at Chablé Maroma
Expansive green trees overlap on each other for miles. They reach for sunlight in a competition to produce the freshest air. Suddenly the green trees stop at a beautiful soft sandy white beach. The jungle air mixes with the fresh smells of the turquoise sea in a euphoric overload for the senses. Blending in with the forest and sand is the eco-resort, Chable Maroma.The true rhythm of Mexico takes over as the style of outdoor and indoor living intertwine like the vines in the jungle. Soak into the comforts of the prestigious and luxurious resort while feeling the natural wonders of the area. The senses are constantly engaged in a way that will trigger memories for years to come.
The Riviera Maya is often oversubscribed and often feels rather commercial. Chable Maroma would win in a game of hide and seek between the complexe’s other resorts and hotels. It provides a truly natural experience that takes escapism to a new level. 35 minute drive from Cancun airport.
The choice between 1 and 3 bedroom villas allows for only fairly small parties making peace and serenity so achievable. The villas allow for lots of natural light and air to flow through them. Each villa has a private pool and a very well appointed outdoor living space. The clean-cut, minimalist style allows for spacious living and the interior incorporates beautiful wooden touches that help blend into the natural vegetation of the area.
Who is it for
This is a perfect honeymoon hotel. Although it’s not officially adults-only, the vibe is for adults who want their own space and silence. It’s also for those who are seeking a natural eco escape, where they can reconnect with nature and slow down the body and mind. A place for activity as well as an opportunity to reconnect with their spiritual side. There is no kid’s club and very few activities for children.
Facilities & activities
Chable Maroma is not part of the Mayakoba complex and the beach is quieter than others along Mexico’s Caribbean coast. Plenty of watersports are possible, with kayaking and paddleboarding popular on the calm water. You can snorkel the world’s second longest reef, swim in a freshwater cenote, learn to cook with a Mexican grandmother or a contemporary restaurant chef. The resort's spa is a key feature as well, with traditional Mayan rituals, saunas, jacuzzi, and even yoga and gym classes.