Hotel Xcaret Arte: Mexican Art Stays in You

Located on a stretch of white sand beach and Caribbean Sea approximately 45 minutes from Cancun, Hotel Xcaret Arte will open its doors on July 1st with 900 suites, nine restaurants, a spa, five distinct immersive cultural experiences, multiple pools, and expansive events and convention facilities.

The new luxury resort is an adult-oriented resort welcoming guests 16 years and older, and it is designed and built by 100% Mexican talent and infused with passion and respect for the surrounding Mayan region. In both form and function, the resort pays homage to Mexican art in its various iterations and will highlight the most important symbols of the country’s culture through the creation of five distinct Casas. Each Casa will be inspired by Mexican traditions and provide guests with the opportunity to explore and engage with the country’s heritage and nature. The Casas include Casa del Diseño, a textile workshop offering weaving lessons, Casa de la Música with dance instruction, Casa de los Artistas will inspire guests to paint, Casa de la Pirámide will explore Mexico’s rich and diverse pottery traditions, and Casa de la Paz, with cooking workshops specializing in vegan cuisine. Additionally, Casa del Patrón will serve as the resort’s main event and convention space.

Hotel Xcaret Arte will also feature Grupo Xcaret’s All-Fun Inclusive® concept, offering resort guests unlimited access to seven renowned eco-adventure parks – Xcaret, Xel-Há, Xplor, Xplor Fuego, Xavage, Xoximilco, and Xenses, as well as its Xenotes and Xichén tours. Each theme park will transport guests to the natural wonders of Mexico’s extraordinary Yucatan landscape to create unforgettable experiences and lifelong memories.

Hotel Xcaret Arte also boasts nine culinary experiences by some of Mexico’s most renowned and world-class chefs. Dining concepts range from pre-Colombian dishes to regional Mexican recipes, and from ancient Mayan cooking to contemporary vegan. Additional restaurant concepts include cultural fusions of Mexican traditions with Chinese, Japanese, Lebanese, Mediterranean, and more. The list of chefs includes Michelin-starred Chef Paco Méndez, who will oversee signature restaurant “Encanta.” Jonathan Gómez Luna, the award-winning chef, will oversee “Chino Poblano,” a culinary concept that combines the cuisine of China and the state of Puebla with a fun and sophisticated culinary touch. Mexico’s most well-regarded chef, Ricardo Muñoz Zurita, will delight the most demanding palates at “Xaak,” which celebrates indigenous foods from the Yucatan Peninsula. Additional renowned chefs include Alejandro Ruiz, a master in Oaxacan cuisine; Chef Roberto Solis, creator of the newly inspired Yucatecan cuisine; Chef Miguel Bautista with sensational vegan cuisine; Chef Orlando Trejo a master in comfort food; renowned Italian chef Franco Maddalozzo, who will fuse the flavors from both the Mediterranean and Mexican coasts; and Chef Luis Arzapalo, who will showcase the best of oriental culinary arts.

Ten bars and lounges spread throughout the property from poolside to rooftop feature fresh, local ingredients in custom cocktails for a range of high-end contemporary mixology experiences. Speakeasy bar “Deseo,” a hidden and cozy space will delight guests with live jazz entertainment.

Hotel Xcaret Arte will also be the center stage for big events and celebrations, offering two Convention Centers and an entertainment stage that can host between 1,140 and 2,065 people, respectively. Additionally, the resort is home to an oceanfront Ecumenical Chapel offering different types of ceremonies for up to 120 guests.

Muluk Spa, an indulgent and mystical wellness center surrounded by the iconic coves of Hoteles Xcaret, features a plethora of treatments and facilities, including a variety of hydrotherapies, flotation spas, mudrooms, and vapor treatments. In addition to an Alchemists Studio where guests are invited to create their oils, scents, lotions, and potions, making their Spa treatment a personal and unique experience.

Courtesy of The Compass

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