If you’ve still not sorted where you’re going on your summer jollies, then why not consider a trip to Yucatan, Mexico?
Not only does it have incredible pink lagoons, but it’s also home to the world’s best-designed hotel, 2017.
he Chablé Resort & Spa, located in Chocholá, has just been awarded the Prix Versailles – an annual award presented by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Union of Architects.
Designed by Mexican architects Jorge Borja and Paulina Morán, the resort boasts 38 suites and two villas, and combines the traditional elements of Mayan culture and colonial architecture.
The tropical paradise (it’s surrounded by lush gardens) is located 25 minutes away from the historic city of Merida
Like the architecture, the spa offers ‘a space where ancient mysticism blends with modern curiosity to bring about a new vocabulary of well-being’ – offering incredible infinity pools, movement studios, yoga decks, floatation rooms and much more.
But it’s not just the buildings which are award winning.
Chablé’s resident executive chef Jorge Vallejo has been ranked #1 in Mexico and the #12 chef in the world by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
So yeah, it’s probably worth a visit.