Firmly committed to preserving nature, celebrating Mexico’s rich heritage and providing a luxurious travel experience, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo Mexico now welcomes guests to a pristine coastal reserve that was a completely secluded area for centuries, and still is.
Commenting on the event, Christian Clerc, president of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, said: “At Tamarindo, Four Seasons guests will feel connected to the jungle, the sea and each other as guests immerse themselves in the wonders of the natural world. extremely grateful to our co-owners Paralilo 19, whose family has cared for this land for generations, and they now trust Four Seasons and our employees to share in their commitment to preserving this beautiful destination and celebrating its fascinating culture.”
The surrounding private nature reserve of 3,000 hectares (1,220 acres) allows the resort to be developed on just 2 percent of its total area, providing endless opportunities for visitors to explore through guided excursions on land and sea. The resort features 157 cliff-side and beachfront accommodations, many with private pools, as well as great dining options, a premium golf course, a spa, incredible wellness experiences, three pools and three semi-deserted beaches for water sports and fun. Spend a lot of time in the sun.
“Our vision is to build a modern Mexican resort and make it a testament to the rich heritage of our country,” said Pedro Feria Hernandez, CEO of Paralilo 19, owner of Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, Mexico.
Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo has formed philanthropic alliances with Ensemble Artesano and Taller Maya to protect pre-Hispanic culture, support Mexican artisans and provide financial support to continue their work. The craftsmanship of both organizations reflects Mexico’s incredible abundance of handmade art and materials. Guests are surrounded by authentic Mexican talent in every aspect, from the building’s architecture and design of the indoor and outdoor amenities, to the myriad of details ranging from artwork to tableware and uniforms. The resort’s boutique features many handmade items that will allow guests to create tangible mementos of their fun times in Tamarindo.
“As we join our partners to preserve this wonderful environment, we welcome our guests to share in the discovery of its breathtaking beauty and fascinating cultural influences from the surrounding region and across the country,” said Félix Morillo, general manager of the company , said. Tamarindo, guests can expect to fall in love with Mexico all over again. when they fully engage with the destination, the people and the tradition.”
Seamlessly blending tradition and modernity, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo was designed by architects Victor Legorreta and Mauricio Rocha, who named Legorocha together specifically for the project. The main interior designers are Uribe Krayer and Estudio Esterlina, the landscapes are by Mario Schjetnan, and the restaurants are by Esrawe Studio and Bibiana Huber.
Find a lost paradise
At Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo there is plenty to do, or not to do, if that’s what one prefers. Resident biologists and researchers lead guests on guided walks along natural footpaths created by native wildlife, through the forest and along the coast. Learn about medicinal plants that have been used since pre-Hispanic times, and learn about the 70 endemic species and hundreds of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles that call Tamarindo home. Stop by the Discovery Center to learn about the area’s biodiversity and “repatriation” efforts that allow the earth’s natural rhythms to thrive here.
For more details on the resort’s commitments to nature conservation and sustainability, and how guests can be part of these efforts – click here.
Taste Tamarindo’s goodness on the resort’s restaurant menus while learning about native plant species at the 35-acre (14-hectare) Rancho Ortega, where culinary director Nicholas Piatti and the farm and culinary teams grow ingredients that are added to dishes later that day. will appear. Meet the fishermen of La Manzanilla, dive on a nearby underwater photography tour, or paddle to discover the reserve’s secret spots along the coast. Freediving professionals, or those who want to try, will find the waters of Tamarindo ideal for scuba diving and exploration trips.
Dining at Four Seasons – Restaurant Cuyol serves modern Mexican cuisine by renowned Mexican chef Elena Rijadas as well as cocktails all day, while Nacho Restaurant serves Mexican tacos near one of the resort’s pools, perfect for lunch and snacks. Private dining opportunities abound, whether it’s a romantic dinner on the beach, a cliff-side lunch with the family or a party under the stars with friends old and new, and as always in-villa dining Available 24 hours a day. And in 2023, Four Seasons will also introduce Sal, an oceanfront seafood restaurant and sunset cocktail shop.
El Tamarindo Golf Course – Long a favorite among serious golfers, the 18-hole El Tamarindo Golf Course is now part of the Four Seasons Resort experience. With fairways winding through tropical jungle and along rocky coastline, golfers are recommended to pack a camera to capture every moment. With the number of golfers on the course at any given time so limited, it’s like having a private course to yourself.
The facilities and services include a range of private practices and guidelines. For those who do not wish to travel with their equipment, the resort can arrange shipping, or provide quality clubs and shoes for hire.
Additional Resort Experiences – At the Casa Terrazas pop-up spa, couples and individuals enjoy relaxing indoor or outdoor massages. Guests can relax around the resort’s pools in the sun or in the complete privacy of a private cabana. In late 2022, Four Seasons will unveil Caramillo, a fully supervised, customized program for younger guests, and in 2023 it will add the Escondit Center for teens.
The Very Special Events in Tamarindo – For couples who dream of a destination wedding that is surprisingly extraordinary, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo offers a beautiful setting and a team of wedding professionals ready to ensure that every moment is perfect. Meeting planners will also find interesting options for corporate meetings. For more information, and to contact a Tamarindo travel expert who can arrange additional adventures for guests and attendees, please call +52 (357) 689 0012.
Be one of the first to experience the resort in Tamarindo, Mexico
To celebrate its opening, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo is offering a variety of special packages, including an introductory offer that includes savings of 30 percent on the room rate and a golf bag for two, among other packages. To book a trip to Tamarindo, please call +52 357 689 0100 or book online.
Be sure to inquire about the full schedule of events and activities over the festive season from December 19, 2022 to January 7, 2023, including holiday dinners, beach parties, last-minute gift shopping and New Year’s Eve celebrations, along with ongoing daily activities ranging from fitness classes to brewing, wood-fired cooking workshops, bird watching, guided walks, farming and more.
Arrive in style
Direct flights to Manzanillo Costalegre International Airport (ZLO) are available daily from Mexico City, weekly from Houston, and starting November 23, 2022, a fourth weekly flight is available from Los Angeles. Direct flights are also available seasonally from Phoenix, Dallas and Calgary, offering a world of opportunities for travelers to arrange connecting flights.
Manzanillo-Costalgre International Airport is also well equipped to welcome private jets, which can meet Four Seasons representatives directly on the tarmac to ensure a smooth transport to Tamarindo. The resort also has its own jetty for guests arriving by private yacht.
For complete details on how to get to Tamarindo, including transfers and special services offered by Four Seasons at Manzanillo and Mexico City, click here.