Four Seasons opens adults-only luxury tented resort in Mexico

Four Seasons has opened its first-ever “luxury tent” resort with a tiny new hotel in Mexico.

And it’s an all inclusive.

The new Naviav, A Four Seasons Resort, Punta Mita, Mexico, adults only, is located in the heart of the Punta Mita development, where Four Seasons already has a large luxury resort.

Naviva has just 15 luxury tents spread over 48 hectares on a private peninsula.

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According to Four Seasons, it is an “adults-only retreat that uses nature to create an environment conducive to community, personal growth, and appreciation of local heritage.”

“Naviva builds on the success of our more than 20 years of experience in Punta Mita, amplifying everything our guests love about this idyllic destination while delivering an entirely new experience,” said Rainer Stampfer, President of Four Seasons, Global Operations , hotels and resorts. “This exceptional project is a testament to our commitment to innovating the guest experience and creating unique concepts within our portfolio that meet guests’ needs in a meaningful and personalized way.”

According to Four Seasons, the tents themselves “blur the line between the natural and man-made worlds” with large indoor and outdoor spaces, open-air living rooms, private plunge pools, and outdoor showers.

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It’s about as luxurious as “glamping” gets, with oversized bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and outdoor fire pits.

“We welcome guests to Naviva as if they were friends in our own home while giving them the space and flexibility to explore and adventure on their own,” said Ronny Fern├índez, Resort Manager, Naviva, A Four Seasons Resort. “Together with my team, we are honored to bring this unique experience to the world and showcase the wonders of Mexico – from beginning a shamanic sonic journey to finding a new level of focus while spearfishing – in a Four Seasons style. “

The wellness-centric resort offers a wide range of experiences, from the Daily Naviva, which focuses on exercise and gastronomy, to the Signature Naviva, which even has its own “House of Heat,” a Temazcal sweat lodge designed specifically for the resort.

The culinary program includes Copal Cocina, a restaurant specializing in seafood; an option for light snacks in the Selva Pool and a personalized menu in the tent itself.

The hotel is all inclusive, with the price including all meals, snacks and drinks.

See Naviva for more information.