Blue Diamond Luxury Boutique Hotel
Contemporary sensibility that harmoniously marries art and nature
Guided by our oriental heritage, and influenced by the Yucatan's vibrant cultural diversity and the region's rich architectural heritage, we have created a unique luxurious experience in this extraordinary destination.
The design predicated on respect for nature and had been determined by its natural surroundings and whose construction would make a minimal impact on nature by becoming an integral part of it.
Art became a crucial element in response to the Blue Diamond Luxury Boutique Hotel 's natural setting, contributing a world charged with sensations, atmospheres, hues, flavors and redolence. It fortuitously appears in every one of the distinct spaces within this extremely refined hotel complex, designed for pleasure, relaxation and the profound —perhaps meditative— enjoyment of all who are privileged to experience it.
The artistic legacy of Mexican culture
Here, on this slender stretch of verdant jungle nestled along the dramatic Yucatan coastline, the artistic legacy of Mexican culture has had a profound impact on our resort. The felicitous union of architecture and art has produced sumptuous comforts reflected in the pleasurable intimacy of the guest quarters, elegant common areas, flowing canals, spectacular cenote, contemplative harmony throughout the gardens, the blessed peace contained within the courtyards and other equally fascinating spots, along with the art adorning them.
Surely, this unique model of art will leave an everlasting mark, standing out for its visual and esthetic contribution as well as its insuperable artistic significance.
Blue Diamond Luxury Boutique Hotel design brings nature to center stage.
The resort pays tribute to its natural setting by an all-out effort to showcase its enigmatic beauty to best advantage. while at the same time safeguarding and conserving it from destruction. The culturally and biologically diverse Yucatan Peninsula plays muse, generously inspiring and motivating a host of alternatives for those who seek sophisticated accommodations and contemporary comfort.
We took special care to ensure we abided by official guidelines, carrying out environmental impact studies on the various eco-systems, particularly the mangroves and water area as well as on the flora and fauna.
Amor Fuego courtyard
Patio Amor Fuego is a work by Pablo Amor and Gilberto Borja. The inspiration for the courtyard are the five traditional elements of the Asian and Maya cultures. The Guayacán tree, with its magenta flowers, adorns one corner.Details
See Trees courtyard
The Patio See Trees was created by Paloma Torres, who built an amphitheater with clay sculptures. Its acoustics replicate the sound of the wind as the water flows among the columns that serve as abstract representations of trees.Details
Primavera de sueño
Kyotto Otta gave us his Primavera de sueño A courtyard in which the key piece is the refuge built within it. Made of stone and grass, a small divided dome rests over a pool. Imagined as a womb within the earth, the dome comes in contact with the peaceful movement of the water that descends in two waterfalls into the pool.Details
Una voz de sal, una gota de aliento
Its name honors its abstract appearance. The courtyard called Una voz de sal, una gota de aliento by Yolanda Gutiérrez is formed into four concentric circles, adorned with seven sculptures in the form of a mandala along with seven Tibetan bowls. It focuses on the relationship between water and the soul, and its objective is to align the body’s chakras with nature through the sacred Ceiba tree.Details
Espiral de agua de resorte
The courtyard called Espiral de agua de resorte is the fruit of the imagination of Yvonne Domenge. In it, six sculptures in the form of petals or seeds rest on the water. The work tries to recreate the relationship between humans and nature.Details
The patio called Piedra Vegetal is an idea brought to life by Eduardo Rincón. The center of the courtyard is adorned with amate trees, whose roots blend with the limestone.Details
At the entrance you can find La Ceiba, a sacred tree revered by many pre-Hispanic cultures in Mesoamerica, such as the Maya. It is also sacred to several tribes in Peru, where they believe that certain deities of the jungle live within it. The famous legend of the Popol Vuh tells us that the creator gods planted sacred ceiba trees in each of the four directions of the cosmos.Details
Art and architecture
Paradise at your fingertips
Architecture is the art of living well. Our luxury resort has a design that is focused on the vanguard. It is a construction of the strictest elegance and quality, guarded by the jungle and the sea. It is a work of minimalist design and organic lines, with an open concept, adorned by gardens and works of art. The resort’s suites are arranged around the river, the lagoon and the cenote. This demonstrates our brand commitment to taking care of nature and the local environment.