COSTALEGRE, Mexico— Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, Mexico is now open, welcoming leisure guests and events to a pristine coastal reserve stretching six miles along the Pacific Coastline.
The resort offers nearly 3,800 square feet of meeting and event space. The 2,432-square-foot Tenacatita Ballroom can be divided into two smaller spaces and connects to the adjacent Melaque Lawn. El Tamarindo Golf Course is home to the Club House, or Casa Club, which blends indoor and outdoor areas for hosting luncheons, dinners and cocktail parties.
The resort also offers two smaller meeting rooms and a boardroom.
“Our vision was to build a modern Mexican resort and make it a testimonial of our country’s rich heritage,” said Pedro Verea Hernandez, CEO of Paralelo 19, the owners of Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, Mexico.
In the reserve, only 2% of the surrounding 3,000-acre private nature reserve is being developed, offering endless opportunities for visitors to explore through guided excursions on land and sea.
The resort includes 157 cliffside and beachfront accommodations – many with private pools – along with authentic dining options, an 18-hole golf course, spa and wellness experiences, three pools and three beaches.
Dining at Four Seasons includes Coyul, featuring modern Mexican cuisine, and Nacho, a barefoot taqueria near one of the resort’s pools. The resort offers many opportunities for private dining, such as a cliffside lunch or a beach party under the stars. In 2023, Four Seasons will also debut Sal, an oceanside seafood restaurant and sunset cocktail bar.
Beyond the menus of the resort’s restaurants, guests can visit the 35-acre Rancho Ortega, where Culinary Director Nicolas Piatti and the kitchen and farm teams are growing the ingredients that will appear on plates later that day. Guests can meet La Manzanilla fishers, dive in for a macro-photography scuba tour or paddle out to discover the Reserve’s secret spots along the coast.
Also at the resort, resident biologists and researchers lead guests on guided hikes through jungles and along the coastline, educating visitors about medicinal plants and native species that call Tamarindo home. Groups can visit the Discovery Centre to learn more about the region’s biodiversity and the reserve’s “rewilding” efforts.
The David Fleming-designed El Tamarindo 18-hole golf course is now a Four Seasons resort experience. Facilities and services include a practice range and private instruction. The Casa Terrazas pop-up spa offers massages both indoors or outdoors, and guests can relax in private cabanas around the resort’s pools. In late 2022, Four Seasons will unveil Caramelo, a dedicated, fully supervised program for younger guests, and in 2023 will add the Escondite teen center.
For more information, visit fourseasons.com/tamarindo.