This idyllic property has one of the most chilled out locations in the Mexican Caribbean, Holbox Island. A two-hour drive and 20-minute ferry ride from Cancun, white sand beaches, beautiful turquoise waters and the absence of cars offer a haven for visitors to simply relax in nature.
Nomade´s aesthetic harmonizes with the enveloping island beauty, creating around what nature designed first, with natural, muted tones and materials. An indoor/outdoor concept keeps guests in close conversation with the tranquility of the surroundings.
Thirty accommodations live between palm trees, thick jungle leaves, and soft sands. The elevated Treehouse Suites extend 360 views over the tropics and Ocean Front Suites sit right on the beach, while dome-shaped Moon Temple Rooms feature lush al fresco bathrooms.
Nikkei-style cuisine is served in a gorgeous beach setting, romantic and earthy with Persian-style rugs, low tables, and floor cushions for dining. The careful curation of wellness activities invites guests to find balance through yoga and breathing practices, meditation, and Watsu aquatherapy.
- Room service 24 hours
- On-site Restaurant & Bar
- Wellness program
- Laundry services
- Beach chairs/Loungers
- Safe deposit box
As part of the Be Hotels group, Nomade Holbox´s sustainability program encompasses caring for the land and its people, as well as protecting biodiversity and encouraging the fair distribution of wealth. This is achieved through establishing mutually beneficial partnerships within the local community, alongside using science and research to inform decision making. On site, waste management strategies include the use of corn starch bags to replace plastic, the safe disposal of hazardous waste, participation in a waste separation program, reduction of the use of PET plastic, creating compost out of organic waste, recycling over 14 types of materials, and the use of biodegradable containers.
In 2020, Be Hotels started working towards carbon neutrality, buying carbon credits from the AMBIO Cooperative. Bonds equivalent to 1861 tons of co2 were acquired and invested in the Scolelté reforestation project in the state of Chiapas. The hotel group also created the initiative “We can BE the change” as a program that organizes beach cleanups with a team of permanent collaborators and the help of volunteers, removing over 10 tons of garbage per month. In addition to offering capacity building programs both within the company and in the tourism industry, employees have the opportunity to attend language sessions to learn and/or perfect English and French.