Chablé Maroma | Mexico | If Only

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Thoughtful design fuses contemporary styling and ancient Mayan culture with the lush rainforest and warm waters of the Caribbean. Accommodation follows the style of a traditional casita using locally sourced stone and marble, with thatched roofs creating natural shade and open walls harnessing the sea breeze. All villas have private decks with plunge pools and there’s a stunning infinity pool skirting the soft white sands of the beach. Three exceptional dining spaces ensure memorable mealtimes and the focus throughout is local, organic, and sustainable. The unique spa is less about beauty treatments and more about traditional rituals and practices to sooth the mind, body, and soul, plus a wealth of massages, scrubs and facials using natural ingredients. There’s also a menu of mindfulness rituals. Those who can tear themselves away from the confines of the Chablé Maroma will be rewarded with rich, cultural experiences at the clifftop Mayan ruins of Tulum, the ruined city of Cobá and the impressive Mayan complex at Chichen Itza. Marine-lovers should head to Isla Contoy, Isla Holbox, the stunning pink lake at Las Coloradas, or explore the sacred cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel With Villas
  • 5 Star
  • 70 villas



70 private villas offer tranquillity and seclusion with a real sense of place. Crafted from locally hewn stone and natural materials, with warm wooden floors and open walls embracing the beauty of the landscape, these casita-style villas are stunning places to stay. King-size beds face outwards to the private deck, comfy day beds and plunge pool, the fringing of the thatched roof framing the garden views. The lush vegetation creates a vibrant and very natural privacy screen whilst inside the pale interiors are livened by traditional Mayan colours of vivid turquoise and aquamarine.



Superb dining is the brainchild of acclaimed chef Jorge Vallejo, whose Mexico City restaurant Quintonil is regularly spotted in the ‘Best Restaurant in the World’ lists. Bu’ul is an elegant and refined space which serves the freshest contemporary Mexican dishes, whilst Kaban takes diners on a journey across the sea. From the Pacific coast to the Mayan Riviera the menu features sensational seafood in a bright and breezy restaurant facing the blue waters of the ocean and the pool. The rooftop Raw Bar is where handcrafted cocktails and delectable dishes are enjoyed overlooking the dreamiest of views.


If you can tear yourself away from the cool waters of your private pool or from the soft sand of the glorious beach washed by the warm waters of the Caribbean, then there is a myriad of experiences to enjoy. Included activities cover yoga classes, stand up paddle board sessions, kayaking, cocktail making classes and water therapy rituals. Enhance your stay at the Chablé Maroma with further experiences including Mexican wine tasting, agave spirit tasting, and Mexican cooking classes, or make some time to discover the underwater world of the world’s second largest barrier reef, which lies just offshore with a snorkelling tour.



Wellbeing is not an afterthought at Chablé Maroma, it’s a way of life. With roots firmly connected to their cultural Mayan heritage, this is a place where the spa experience truly reflects the land in which it sits. Treatments and therapies follow the three principles of purification, balance, and transformation, and signature rituals include a forest awakening, sounds of the sea, and nature’s wisdom. There’s a comprehensive menu of treatments and therapies using natural ingredients as well as mindfulness practices and rituals. Guided meditation, yoga sessions including hatha, vinyasa, and ashtanga, and a glass-walled fitness centre is also available.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Aeropuerto Nacional de Playa del Carmen


Approximately a 30 minute drive from the airport


December until March is classified as high season, when it is warm and sunny with just a few rain showers. The wet season is from May to November and is the best time to go for swimming in the ocean, as the sea temperature has heated up. The winter is very warm and dry. Sea Turtle nesting takes place from late April until October.