Chablé Yucatán

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Type: Boutique, Retreat

No. of Rooms: 40

City/Area: San Antonio Chable


In a unique setting in the heart of the Mayan forest, Chablé Yucatán is spread across 750 acres on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, just 30 minutes away from the airport and 40 minutes from Mérida.

Nestled into Mexico’s Mayan forest, Chablé Yucatán is 25 miles from the historic town of Merida. Chablé takes a holistic approach to health, offering the ultimate in pampering and wellness in a stunning, tropical setting.

The resort features experts in a variety of modalities that range from Mayan healing to traditional yoga to ensure your every need is met. After an initial evaluation, a wellness program personally tailored to you will be created to meet your individual goals.

The resort features Mayan architecture, and its casitas are artfully folded into the lush jungle and surrounded by nature. Original 19th-century walls from a working hacienda frame each casita. Each one-bedroom casita boasts 1,700 square feet, a specious bathroom, private pool and outdoor shower. For those desiring more space, there are two large villas.

Additional activities include gardening with Chablé Yucatán’s resident horticulturist, cycling the resort’s many trails, cooking lessons in Maya cooking techniques, and morning yoga by the cenote.

Enjoy the Chablé experience on a friends or family vacation with a stay at The Royal Villa.


Grab a bike and follow the trails into the town of Chocholá to do some shopping and sightseeing.

  • 2 Restaurants On Site
    • Ixi’Im Restaurant (Mexican Cuisine)
    • Ki’Ol (Wellness and Nature Cuisine)
  • Bar On Site
    • Bar Casa Principal
  • Air conditioning
  • Internet Access and Wi-Fi
  • Health Club and Spa
  • 9-Hole Golf Course
  • Fitness Center
  • Tennis
  • Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor Activities
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Salon Services

Summer Special

Special rate for 1 or 2 nights + daily breakfast a la carte at Ki’ol Restaurant.

Booking Window: May 13 to Oct 31, 2024
Travel Window: May 13 to  Dec 20, 2024

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Chablé Yucatán’s design harnesses the natural landscape and orientation while considering renewable building materials to create spaces that prioritize a direct connection with nature. During construction, the property utilized rescued materials from the 16th century hacienda buildings, repurposing collapsed stones, consolidating other buildings, and structuring the casitas and villas with the least environmental impact possible. The interior design incorporates roots and trunks of fallen trees in guest rooms and common spaces, reinterpreted as unique furniture. 

In commitment to the rescue and preservation of ancient Mayan farming techniques, the property hosts over 100 Ka’anche’s – traditional Mayan gardens – in addition to several 20m2 production beds on the ground, which grow a variety of herbs and vegetables that are used in the kitchen and spa treatments. The team creates a natural substrate for the Ka’anches using grass, dried leaves and organic waste such as fruit peels and seeds from onsite Ki’ol and Ixi’im restaurants. Wildlife conservation efforts include protecting and preserving the local populations of white-tailed deer, armadillos and melipona bees, which play an important role in the native ecosystem. On-property experiences have been designed to educate and inspire guests to make a positive impact on the world around them, including visits to the hotel’s melipona bee sanctuary and organic gardening for kids. 

Chablé Yucatán’s waste management system is highly controlled, with separate categories for organic, inorganic, plastic, glass, paper, and PET waste, along with the proper disposal of hazardous waste and removal of oils following protocols. A ban on plastic bottles eliminates the use of 7,000+ pieces per month, instead the hotel provides purified water in glass bottles. Eco-friendly products are found in guest rooms, and bamboo is used as a substitute for plastic products. In 2021, solar panels were installed at the property, which generate 60% of energy use. 

Chablé Yucatán collaborates with sustainable fisheries that are committed to maintaining a healthy balance in the ecosystem by adapting to the reproductive rates of fish. The hotel’s chefs and restaurants are active members of the “Pesca con Futuro” movement, which aims to spread a message of sustainability in fish and aquaculture production in Mexico, promoting responsible practices that keep aquatic populations at a healthy level. Chablé provides meaningful employment opportunities that adhere to fair labor standards, social protection, and open communication between team members – 45% of staff are from local communities. The hotel supports local commerce by offering a range of products in its boutique from Mexican vendors across different states, promoting the country’s cultural heritage and diverse craftsmanship while also contributing to the economic growth of 30 artisans from 20 different local communities.