Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, Mexico Set to Welcome First Guests to Secluded Beachfront Nature Reserve in Late 2022
Located on a private peninsula on the Pacific coast surrounded by more than 3,000 acres of verdant jungle, Four Seasons will connect guests to Mexican heritage and culture in an all-new, ultra-luxurious nature experience.
TAMARINDO, Mexico, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The all-new Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, Mexico is now accepting reservations ahead of its scheduled opening in late 2022.
Equally committed to preserving the natural landscape, celebrating its country’s deep heritage and providing the ultimate luxury travel experience, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo is a tribute to Mexico. The Resort will feature 157 contemporary Mexican restaurants accommodation — many with private pools — plus four restaurants and bars, a superb golf course, a transformative spa and wellness experience, and more.
“At Tamarindo, we are creating a new resort experience that is deeply connected both physically and spiritually to its surroundings,” notes Vince Parrotta, President of Four Seasons, Hotel Operations – Americas West. “Working closely with our visionary owner partners and a myriad of local and regional designers and artisans, we are delivering something entirely new. Simply put, if you think you know Mexicoyou haven’t been to Tamarind.”
A defining feature of the Resort is that only 2% of the surrounding nature reserve will be developed.
“We are dedicated to the concept of ‘rewilding’, allowing the earth’s natural rhythms to flourish and nature to regain its balance,” says the resort’s general manager. Felix Murillo. “Everything we do is guided by this philosophy, and we hope that our guests will establish a deep connection with both the land and the coastline, and that in doing so they can find their own balance and leave inspired and energized.”
With unique features including an on-site working farm, Rancho Ortega, and a Discovery Center that will serve as an introduction to nearly limitless exploration and recreation, guests will be able to create their own version of paradise in this undiscovered part of Mexico.
“Jalisco is one of the most economically and culturally important states Mexicobecause of its natural resources as well as its long history and culture,” says Enrique Alfaro RamirezGovernor of Jalisco, Mexico. “We are proud to welcome visitors from across the state to the Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, México, a resort that represents the best of Mexican talent and celebrates from Jalisco a rich land, people and traditions.”
A unique partnership
“At Tamarindo, we showcase the best that this destination has to offer in an unparalleled natural oceanside setting,” says Pedro Verea Hernandez, CEO of Paralelo 19, owners of the Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, Mexico. “We are thrilled to work with Four Seasons to bring this vision to life.”
An integral part of the character of the Resort is pure mexican talentthe celebration of mexican talent in all design disciplines, starting with a partnership between the country’s greatest contemporary architects, Victor Legorreta and Mauricio Rocha, who came together as LegoRocha specifically for this project. LegoRocha, with chief interior designers Uribe Krayer, and Estudio Esterlina, have imbued every space and touchpoint with elements of pre-Hispanic culture and contemporary Mexican aesthetics. The team was also joined by landscaper Mario Schjetnanand restaurant designers Esrawe Studio and Bibiana Huber to complement the contemporary Mexican look of the complex. Of employee fashion by Mexico City-creator Kris Goyri at dishes, hammocks, baskets, candles and countless functional objects and decorative details handcrafted by philanthropic alliances across the country, guests will feel connected to from Mexico rich heritage and modern lifestyle at every turn.
Explore the reserve
The center of the Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo is the center of discovery, a starting point to engage in the natural cycles of the region, from the ocean to the jungle through Reserve. The resort’s team of on-site biologists look forward to introducing guests to the region’s biodiversity, including its more than 70 endemic species of wildlife and hundreds of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles at see in the reserve’s more than 3,000 acres (1,220 hectares).
Zero Mile Supply: Rancho Ortega
While on-site chef’s gardens have become the norm at many hotels, the resort team saw the wider possibilities offered by the region’s microclimate, and so it was that Rancho Ortega, a working farm of 35 acres (14 hectares), was born. Here, under the vision and direction of the Four Seasons Culinary Director Nicholas Piatti, the cultivation of native and newly introduced plants provides the resort’s restaurants with true zero-mile produce, from root to dish. It also serves as a study center for rare species, sustainable agriculture and creative culinary exploration.
“We now have a flock of egg-producing hens roaming the farm, and there are 17 varieties of fruit trees already producing pomegranates, figs, cocoa, guava and more,” notes Chef Piatti. , which has also spent months sourcing additional products from around the world. the country, including a selection of maize varieties endemic to yucatan.
“And we are particularly excited about the progress of the more than 8,500 azul agave plants that we are growing here at the Resort with the blessing of from Mexico Tequila Regulatory Board,” he smiles.
Dinner at the Four Seasons – Celebrating the region’s dramatic seasonality and blending traditional flavors with modern techniques and forward-thinking ingredient creativity, the Resort’s four restore points will provide settings for everything from star-studded dinners to barefoot lunches and opportunities to raise a glass with friends old and new.
Each restaurant is an individual concept inspired by its environment, including Coyulwhere the famous Mexican chef Elena Reygadas uses the country’s bountiful harvest to take modern Mexican cuisine in exciting new directions. To Sal, just steps from the Pacific Ocean, the freshest seafood is showcased with elevated culinary artistry, as well as handcrafted cocktails to enjoy during the spectacular golden hour. There is also Nachoa casual poolside taqueria offering homemade Mexican specialties.
More reasons to come to Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo
The Spa experience at the Four Seasons continues the journey of immersion in the region’s culture and landscape, 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 reconnection.
Facilities also include a state-of-the-art fitness center, three swimming pools in addition to those found at many resort accommodations, and three beaches and numerous coves surrounding the peninsula.
Golfers will love the 18 hole, par 72 El Tamarindo Classes carefully carved into the natural landscape, with palm-lined fairways and greens and breathtaking views with every shot. A connoisseur favorite since 1995, the course is now part of the Four Seasons and will feature an on-course restaurant New and a professional shop.
For younger kids who want time to themselves, there’s the well-equipped Escondite Teen Center as well as the fully supervised Carmelo Program, offering activities that introduce kids ages 5-12 to Mexican culture, history and the wonders of the reserve’s natural environment.
Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo also offers intriguing opportunities for events ranging from corporate retreats, weddings and family reunions to photo and video shoots, with a variety of interior and exterior spacesincluding a private beach and terrace Melaque Lawn inspired by pelota gamean ancient Mayan ball game, with a full outdoor kitchen.
Be among the first – ever – to discover Tamarindo, Mexico
The Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning in late 2022. Book now on lineor call +52 357 689 0100.
The complex is located between the cities of The 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, HoustonCalgary and Mexico Citywith connections available everywhere North America and beyond. The airport also handles a limited number of private planes. Contact the Tamarindo Experience Resort’s in-house experts for airport transfers, rental cars or sea arrivals.
SOURCE Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts