This Hotel In Tulum Enters The World’s Most Luxurious Ranking

This Hotel In Tulum Enters The World's Most Luxurious Ranking

The Leading Hotels of the World has ranked six hotels as the most luxurious and exclusive in the world. A new hotel in Tulum was recently added to its collection.

Since 1928, hotels in the Leading Hotels of the World have reached a five-star category.

To achieve this, these hotels undergo a comprehensive assessment that measures the quality of the establishment. One of the most important features is the ability to be independent.

At the end of February this year, Casa Chablé, located on the Tulum-Punta Allen highway at kilometer 34.5 near the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, was added to the list.

At the same time, five other luxury hotels in New York, Italy, and Portugal were also included in the prestigious list.

In the case of Tulum, the hotel is located near the Sian Ka’an Nature Reserve, so it is in contact with the turquoise blue ocean. It only has five suite or villa-type rooms and five luxury bungalows. To reach the place, you have to take a boat.

The director of the Directorate of Tourism and Economy of the Tulum City Council, Jorge Molina, celebrated the hotel’s entry into the category of independent luxury accommodation. 

“Now we are in the superluxury segment and already have a hotel in this category. The Leading Hotels of the World turned the corner months ago and now we are seeing the results,” said Molina.

Molina added that tourism in Tulum has shifted to new markets in recent years and the number of affluent visitors has increased. It is expected that this sector will continue to grow with the arrival of Tulum’s international airport, which will begin operations between March and May this year.

About Casa Chablé

This intimate hotel is designed to honor traditional Yucatecan architecture, ensuring that every aspect of its design respects the environment. Casa Chablé’s location, just 22 miles south of Tulum, provides guests with the option of a scenic drive or a private boat ride through mangroves to reach this tranquil haven, highlighting its commitment to an immersive nature experience.

With only ten rooms and standalone bungalows, the resort promises an intimate stay, where renowned interior designer Paulina Morán has skillfully used local materials to create spaces that reflect a deep connection with nature.

The resort’s approach to wellness includes daily rituals inspired by ancient Mayan techniques and a culinary experience that fuses local ingredients with modern gastronomy, celebrating the region’s flavors.

Casa Chablé stands out for its sustainable practices, including the use of renewable energy sources and eco-sensitive water treatment, ensuring a minimal environmental footprint. The resort’s dining options, under the guidance of acclaimed chef Jorge Vallejo, offer dishes that emphasize the freshness of local seafood and produce, enhancing guests’ culinary experience.

For relaxation, guests can indulge in spa treatments that utilize ancient techniques and natural remedies or enjoy private meals in unique settings around the property.