Nestled along the coastal paradise of Riviera Maya on a pristine oceanfront site, remarkable for its lush and expansive mangrove gardens and deep white-sand beach, an extraordinary resort is taking shape: Etéreo, a new destination from Auberge Resorts Collection, will bring a compelling luxury experience where guests can escape in perfect comfort and seclusion and enjoy a deep connection with nature and with one another.
Featuring 75 contemporary guesthouses, an Auberge Spa and two dining venues, the resort is a collection of patinaed coral stone structures designed with modern Mayan references and elevated to seemingly float like islands among fields of dense tropical vegetation.
The different areas of the resort are laced together by a series of discrete wooden boardwalks and pathways. The enclave, which will have a highly residential feel, will tread lightly on the land and offer stunning ocean views.
Designed to connect with nature
Each of the guesthouses at Etéreo will have dramatic ocean views of the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and offer floor-to-ceiling windows framing expansive views, large terraces, private plunge pools and expansive sliding doors for an extraordinary indoor-outdoor living. Both the architecture and interiors will juxtapose contemporary materials with regionally inspired design elements and natural materials
World-class artisanal dining
Etéreo will offer several intriguing dining venues, notably, a world-class restaurant, a cornerstone of every Auberge resort, featuring a modern interpretation of artisanal mexican dishes in a relaxed setting overlooking the ocean. At the water’s edge will be a beach club with a long-infinity-edge swimming pool and a casual beachside bar.
Spa and Wellness Rituals
The Auberge Spa will be located in a unique and memorable island setting overlooking a sea of mangroves and accessed by an elevated walkway. Treatment rooms will feature private gardens with outdoor showers and baths, and fitness and yoga pavilions will be integrated into the natural environment. Spa treatments will take their inspiration from local healing traditions and the Mayan reverence for the celestial.