Four Seasons Tamarindo Resort is now open.
Located in a 3,000-acre nature reserve on the coastline of Colima, Mexico, the ultra-luxury resort has 157 cliffside and beachfront accommodations, three pools, a spa, a golf course, three nearly-deserted beaches, a 35-acre farm, and a Discovery Centre where guests to learn about Mexican culture and the region’s biodiversity.
“In Tamarindo, Four Seasons guests will feel connected to the jungle, the ocean, and to one another. The resort immerses guests in the wonders of the natural world,” says Christian Clerc, president, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “We are deeply grateful to our owner-partners Paralelo 19, whose family has cared for this land for generations, and are no trusting Four Seasons and our people to share in their commitment to preserving this beautiful destination and celebrating its remarkable culture.”
“Our vision was to build a modern Mexican resort and make it a testimonial of our country’s rich heritage,” says Pedro Verea hernandex, CEO, Paralelo 19, the owners of Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, México.
Celebrating Mexico’s rich culture and preserving the region’s biodiversity are key strands of Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo’s DNA.
It has formed philanthropic alliances with Ensamble Artesano and Taller Maya to protect pre-Hispanic culture, support Mexican artisans and offer financial recognition to continue valuing their work. Both organizations’ craftsmanship is reflective of the country’s abundance of beautiful, handcrafted fabrics and art. Puro talenta Mexicano can be seen throughout the resort, from building architecture and design of indoor and outdoor spaces, to details ranging from artworks to tableware and team uniforms.
In addition, only two percent of the surrounding 3,000-acre private nature reserve is being developed. Guests at the resort have the opportunity to join guided hikes along natural footpaths led by the resort’s resident biologists and researchers. They can learn about medicinal plants used since pre-Hispanic times and get to know the 70 endemic species and hundreds more birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles that call Tamarindo home.
Four Seasons Tamarindo Resort is located on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Direct flights to Manzanillo-Costalegre International Airport (ZLO) are availabe daily from Mexico City, weekly from Houston, and beginning November 23, 2022, a fourth weekly flight from Los Angeles. Seasonally, direct flights are also available from Phoenix, Dallas and Calgary. The Resort has its own pier for guests arriving via private yacht.