All-new Auberge Resort opens in Riviera Maya, Mexico – and every room has a waterfront view

Aerial view of Étéreo, Auberge Resorts Collection

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Bright sun, white sand and blue sea – this seems ideal for holiday season, no? In December, Auberge Resorts Collection inaugurates its latest luxury resort in Mexico, located in the new Kanai development on the Riviera Maya. And it’s the perfect place for a winter getaway this year.

Etéréo, the Spanish word for “ethereal” or heavenly, is built in a lush mangrove forest that adjoins a white sand beach. This stretch of beach is especially appealing as the region’s largest reef is just 250 feet into the Caribbean Sea from shore.

Exterior view of Et & # xe9; reo, Auberge Resorts Collection

Exterior view of Etéreo, Auberge Resorts Collection

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There are 75 studios and suites, each with a water view (where the Gulf of Mexico meets the Caribbean Sea), which is a rarity for Riviera Maya Resorts, plus a private outdoor area to enjoy those views. Studios measure 875 square feet, with floor-to-ceiling windows that blur the line between indoor and outdoor environments, private plunge pools, and wood walls carved by artist Manuel Felguerez. Suites start at 1,375 square feet and go up to 3,925 square feet, and they come with the added benefit of butler service. (Additionally, the two- and three-bedroom penthouses also have outdoor hot tubs on the private terraces of their master bedrooms.) All accommodations are outfitted with furniture, artwork, and decorations made by local artisans. .

Dining at Etéreo, Auberge Resorts Collection

Dining at Etéréo, Auberge Resorts Collection

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As for the on-site culinary offerings, Etéréo offers the Mayan-inspired restaurant Itzam, as well as four specialty dining options: the El Carrito cart that sells coffee, paletas (alcoholic!), Agua frescas, and cocktails; the Alberca by the pool for light snacks and cocktails; Che Che, who specializes in Nikkei cuisine that blends Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian elements; and El Changarro, which offers dining on the sand and a menu based on the local catch of the day. For the well-being, there’s Sana, a Spa Inn – and, of course, there’s the beach and the sea, so you can spend your afternoon snorkeling in the nearby reef.

Dinner by a swimming pool at Etéreo, Auberge Resorts Collection

Dinner by a swimming pool at Etéréo, Auberge Resorts Collection

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The hotel also offers pop-up activities at the property, Mayan blessings by the fireside, and equinox ceremonies with performances by local musicians. Staff can also organize all kinds of Riviera Maya Excursions, like cenote safaris, bike adventures, and even tours of the local design scene.

Ready to book your stay? Rates start at $ 1,299 per night and reservations for December 2021 and beyond can be made here.

Stefanie Waldek is a freelance journalist specializing in space, travel and design. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter to @stefaniewaldek.

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