Four Season Resort Tamarindo to welcome guests at the end of the year

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Four Season Resort Tamarindo to welcome guests at the end of the year
Source: Four Seasons Hotels
September 01, 2022

Located on a private peninsula on the Pacific coast, the property will connect guests to Mexican heritage and culture

Equally committed to preservation of the natural landscape, celebration of its country's deep heritage and providing the ultimate luxury travel experience, the property is a tribute to Mexico. The resort will offer 157 contemporary Mexican accommodations, many with private pools, plus four restaurants and bars, a superb golf course, a transformative spa and wellness experience, and much more.

Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, México sits on a private peninsula off Mexico´s Pacific Coast in Jalisco. Surrounded by more than 3,000 acres of verdant jungle, the resort´s undiscovered location offers guests a new way to enjoy Mexico´s rich culture and cherished land.

A defining characteristic of the resort is that just 2% of the surrounding nature reserve will be developed.

"We are dedicated to the concept of 'rewilding,' enabling the Earth's natural rhythms to flourish and nature to recover its balance," says the Resort's General Manager Felix Murillo. "Everything we are doing is guided by this ethos, and it is our hope that our guests will form a deep connection both to the land and the coastline, and that in doing so they can recover their own balance and leave inspired and energized."

With unique features including an on-site working farm, Rancho Ortega, and a Discovery Centre that will serve as an introduction to nearly unlimited exploration and recreational pursuits, guests will be able to create their own version of paradise.

A unique collaboration:
"In Tamarindo, we are showcasing the very best of what this destination has to offer in an unmatched natural oceanside setting," says Pedro Verea Hernandez, CEO of Paralelo 19, the owners of Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, México. "We are thrilled to work with Four Seasons in bringing this vision to life."

Exploring the Reserve
The centre of this place is the Discovery Centre, a starting point to engaging in the natural cycles of the region from ocean to jungle across the Reserve. The resort's on-site team of biologists is eager to introduce guests to the area's biodiversity, including its more than 70 endemic species of wildlife and hundreds of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles to be seen throughout the Reserve's more than 3,000 acres (1,220 hectares).

Dining at Four Seasons:
Each restaurant is an individual concept inspired by its surroundings, including Coyul, where famed Mexican Chef Elena Reygadas uses the country's bountiful harvest to take modern Mexican cuisine in exciting new directions. At Sal, just steps from the Pacific Ocean, the freshest seafood is presented with elevated culinary artistry, along with artisanal cocktails best enjoyed during the spectacular golden hour. There's also Nacho, a casual poolside taqueria featuring homestyle Mexican favourites.

More reasons to visit the resort:
The Spa experience continues the journey of immersion in the culture and landscape of the region, with treatments designed to connect guests with the elements and rhythms of this unique part of the world. Highlights include a temazcal ceremony, a pre-Hispanic tradition that brings together medicinal herbs and spiritual rituals to encourage personal reflection, contemplation, and re-connection.

Facilities also include a state-of-the-art fitness centre, three pools in addition to those found in many of the Resort's accommodations, plus three beaches and numerous coves ringing the peninsula.

The property also offers intriguing possibilities for events ranging from corporate retreats, weddings and family reunions to photo and video shoots, with a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, including a private beach and the terraced Melaque Lawn inspired by juego de pelota, an ancient Mayan ball game, complete with full outdoor kitchen.

The resort is located between the towns of La Manzanilla and Barra de Navidad, 35 minutes by car from Manzanillo-Costalegre International Airport (ZLO) to the entrance of the resort. Direct flights are available from Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Calgary and Mexico City, with connections available throughout North America and beyond. The airport also accommodates a limited number of private aircraft. Contact the Resort's in-house Tamarindo Experience Experts for airport transfers, rental cars or arrivals by sea.


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