A 3,000-acre nature reserve along a pristine 6-mile stretch of coastline in mexico is now home to Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, México. The Resort includes 157 cliffside and beachfront accommodations, authentic dining options, a golf course, transformative spa and wellness experiences, three pools and three nearly-deserted beaches.
Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo together with Ensamble Artesano, a Mexican philanthropic alliance driven by the desire to support master Mexican artisans and Taller Maya, an exclusive brand that offers products created by Mayan artisans, support local artisans and offer financial recognition to continue valuing their work. Guests can admire Mexican architecture and the design of the hotel’s indoor and outdoor spaces. The Resort’s boutique features many handcrafted items that will allow guests to take tangible reminders of their time in Tamarindo home.
The hotel was designed by architects Victor Legorreta and Mauricio Rocha, who came together as LegoRocha specifically for this project. Lead interior designers are Uribe Krayer and Estudio Esterlina, landscaping is by Mario Schjetnan, and restaurant designers are Esrawe Studio and Bibiana Huber.
Guests can enjoy guided hikes along natural footpaths created by indigenous wildlife, through jungles and along the coastline. These tours are led by resident biologists and researchers.
At the 35-acre Rancho Ortega, Culinary Director Nicolás Piatti and his team are growing the ingredients that will appear on plates. Coyul features modern Mexican cuisine by famed Mexican Chef Elena Reygadas and cocktails throughout the day, while Nacho is a barefoot taqueria near one of the Resort’s pools. Private dining and in-villa dining are available around the clock. In 2023, Four Seasons will also debut Sal, an oceanside seafood restaurant and sunset cocktail bar.
The David Fleming-designed El Tamarindo 18-hole links golf course features winding fairways through tropical jungle and along the rocky coastline.
The Casa Terrazas pop-up spa invites couples and individuals to enjoy pampering massages indoors or outdoors. Around the Resort pools, guests can relax in the sunshine or in the seclusion of a private cabana. In late 2022, Four Seasons will unveil Caramelo, a dedicated, fully supervised program for younger guests, and in 2023 will add the Escondite teen center.
Direct flights to Manzanillo-Costalegre International Airport (ZLO) are available daily from Mexico City, weekly from Houston, and beginning November 23, 2022, a fourth weekly flight from Los Angeles. Seasonally, direct flights are also available from Phoenix, Dallas and Calgary.
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