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Chablé Yucatan
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INDELIBLE GETAWAY

INDELIBLE GETAWAY

Live an indelible getaway!

Stay for 3 nights at Chablé Yucatán and receive a resort credit to indulge on incredible experiences that are awaiting for you.

Booking period: From April 1st until April 30th

Travel period: From April 1st until April 30th

Terms & conditions:

  • A deposit of 50% of the total stay is required to confirm the reservation. Promotion is commissionable at 15% before taxes. Valid for new bookings only. Rates are subject to availability and blackout dates may apply. This promotion is subject to change without previous notice, not combinable with other rates and promotions. Does not apply for group bookings. A minimum of three nights is required.
  • Cancellation Policies: 14 days prior to the arrival date, otherwise full stay penalty applies as well as for early departures and now shows.

  • The guest will receive a $300 USD Resort credit to utilize during their stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)

  • For your peace of mind, Chablé Yucatán offers a special rate for COVID-19 tests for guests in the comfort of their casita.

  • For your convenience, at Chablé Hotels we do not impose Gratuities, Service Charge or Resort Fees. Tips and gratuities are well appreciated by our staff. Tips are fairly distributed amongst our staff.

A JOURNEY OF TASTE

A JOURNEY OF TASTE

Stay in a casita with a private pool and get daily breakfast, lunch and dinner for two.

Stay in a casita with a private pool and get daily breakfast, lunch and dinner for two.

INCLUDES:

  • Accommodation in a Casita King with a private pool
  • Daily Breakfast a la carte for two persons at Ki’ol or Wellness restaurant
  • Daily three-course Lunch a la carte for two persons at Ki’ol restaurant
  • Daily three-course Dinner a la carte for two persons at Ki’ol or Ixi’Im restaurant
  • Soft drinks are included during the meals

Valid from now until December 20, 2022.

Offer is valid in all pool casitas and villas categories, cannot be combined with other promotions, it does not apply for groups, is subject to availability, and subject to change without notice. All accommodations include a daily allocation of complimentary mini-bar beverages (Sodas, national beer, and bottle local water).

In Villa Dining (room service) is not included. Three courses menu at Ixi’Im Restaurant is at Chef’s discretion.

Rate is per casita per night and is subject to 21% local taxes.

Based on double occupancy.

Subject to availability, blackout dates and changes without notice.

Sustainable Travel Trends 2022

Humans are driven by a need to explore and have the freedom to expand literal and metaphorical horizons and connections – although as we know that can come at cost for the environment and society when not done in a sustainable manner.

  • 61% travellers state that the pandemic has made them want to travel more sustainably in the future. (Booking.com, 2021)

Last year (#1, #11), we said Covid made many realise the importance of sustainability. Because to get through Covid, we need resilience (#5, 2021), and resilience is – and requires – sustainability.

  • 49% of travellers admit the pandemic has shifted their attitude to make positive changes in their everyday lives. (Booking.com, 2021)

  • With more consumers feeling that they needed to take action, there has been an increase in the number of “Undaunted Strivers” and “Empowered Activists” (Euromonitor, Voice of the Consumer: Lifestyles Survey, 2021).

In 2021, people not only increasingly valued importance of connection to communities and nature (#13, 2021) as they did in 2020, but also how vital they are to economy. The question isn’t health vs economy, the understanding is without health, there is no economy, and our health is vitally dependent on our environment and community.

  • 91% of the public wish to see brands ‘show by example’ and demonstrate the actions they are taking to support the planet.

  • 59% of consumers are now prepared to force change by boycotting businesses seen as failing to prioritize the environment within 12 months. (The Rise of Sustainable Media, Dentsu and Microsoft Advertising, 2021 survey of 24,000 in 19 countries).

Travel, which occurs at the nexus of economy, environment and community, has been one of the sectors hit hardest by Covid lockdowns and their implications.

When we look back at our Sustainable Travel Trends for 2021, we see we’ve come a long way. We think Covid has given sustainable tourism a 5-, if not 10-, year acceleration to what would have otherwise happened without the pandemic and sustainability is ‘mainstreaming’ in a way which would have been a dream even 2 years ago.

A 2021 Google survey revealed

  • 82% people said sustainability was more on their minds than before the pandemic

  • A 70% rise in the number of people searching for sustainable travel options in 2021
    (But only a third know how to make such choices – you obviously do, because you’re here! Thank you!)

The Vacationer’s early 2022 Sustainable Travel survey of 1,096 American adults revealed:

  • 81.43% either think there are not enough sustainable travel options or simply do not know if there are (thanks again – do let others know about us!)

  • 87.32% say sustainable travel is either Somewhat Important or Very Important to them (+4.65 percentage points on 2021) and 71% would pay more.

  • 81.57% plan to make more sustainable (eco-friendly) decisions when planning travel: Of which, only 29.84% say they will make the decisions regardless if it inconveniences them, while 51.73% will do it only if it does not inconvenience them.

But is this enough?

Still “We are moving in the right direction at the pace of a stroll in the park after a heavy lunch while climate change and the other crises we face are overtaking us at the speed of an Olympic sprinter who will soon disappear out of sight.” (Swarbrooke, WTM.com, 2021).

Will “Don’t Look Up” create enough conscious realisation of the urgency required to change our ways? We simply have to switch our demand to the most sustainable options asap.