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Etéreo, Riviera Maya, Auberge Resorts Collection *

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Mexico › Cancun | Riviera Maya › Riviera Maya › Maroma
Location Details
Part of the Kanai Project, expanding over 594 acres, Etéreo is located on 9 acres of prime beachfront along the Caribbean coastline of the Riviera Maya. An integral part of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula coastline, this parcel of land between Cancun and Tulum is home to white sand beaches, turquoise water, incredible palm trees and Mayan ruins – the natural bounty inviting visitors to renew their internal rhythms and deepen their connection with nature.
General Information
Etéreo — meaning ethereal, something spiritual and heavenly — invites you to visit and explore the cycle of renewal of that which enriches life: relationships, inspiration, connection to nature, senses, rhythm, and appreciation. Freed from the distractions of modern life, the celestial experience that defines Etéreo stems from Mayan philosophies and is landmarked by three pillars — extraordinary cuisine, breathtaking encounters with nature and beaches, and an Auberge Spa that facilitates rejuvenation in every sense of the word. Set against a backdrop of work by celebrated Mexican artist Manuel Felguérez, this luxurious property's symbology and inherent spirituality permeate.

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Room Details

Each of the accommodations at Etéreo has dramatic mangrove and ocean views, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows framing the natural landscape. Large terraces, many with private plunge pools, and expansive sliding doors complete the setting for extraordinary indoor-outdoor living. Both the architecture and interiors juxtapose contemporary aesthetics with regionally inspired design elements, and natural materials.
Studio-style rooms are accented by private terraces, plunge pools, ocean views and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that open up to let in the breeze of the Caribbean Sea. Each accommodation celebrates local artisans with unique furnishings, textiles and carved wooden walls by revered artist Manuel Felguérez.

Suite Details

xpansive suites offer floor plans ranging from 1,400-3,900 sq. ft. with full ocean views. With private terraces, plunge pools, floor-to-ceiling windows, outdoor living space and butler service, suites are ideal for relaxing. For those looking for even more space, choose rooms including additional roof decks and hot tubs.


Itzam | The intoxicating smell of freshly made tortillas and fire-roasted corn, being made throughout the day on the life-size wood-fired comal, welcomes diners into Itzam. Inspired by Mayan tradition but with a contemporary approach, Itzam’s menu is conscientiously focused on local products that are both sustainable and organic. Community and convivial experience are encouraged through sharing plates, enticing guests to experience an abundance of unexpected flavors.
El Carrito | Beginning at sunrise with coffee, espresso and pastries, the cart transitions at mid-day with a more playful spirit offering street snacks, paletas – agave spirit-spiked, or not – and agua frescas. Come sundown, El Carrito metamorphosizes to focus on evening cocktails – the central destination for grabbing a margarita en route to the terrace, the ideal vantage point for taking in the epic sunsets in our backyard.
Alberca | Lighter in its nature, The Pool menu offers craveable items for days spent in the sun. Featuring hearty salads, tacos, raw bowls and ceviches, plus items inspired by Che Che, this is food that’s easily enjoyed casually throughout the day. Cocktails use only fresh fruits, freshly pressed sugarcane juice, and a curated selection of tequilas and rum – tropical and appealing, the perfect selection of warm-weather drinks.
Che Che | Inspired by Nikkei cuisine – the pairing of Japanese techniques with Peruvian and Brazilian ingredients – Che Che translates to something ‘cool,’ encapsulating the unique vibe of this outdoor restaurant. Japanese flavors and techniques are explored through local ingredients, forming a shareable menu that is light and fun. Featuring Japanese tacos, raw oysters, tiraditos, and various small pates from maki to tartare, this is casual and flirtatious food that never tires and is best enjoyed communal-style, alfresco.
El Changarro | El Changarro is lively, local, in-the-sand dining. Open for lunch; the menu focuses on the daily local catch served in myriad ways – as ceviche, tacos or simply grilled and accompanied by market vegetables. Guacamole, daily tortas, Mexican session beers and fresh juices make for complementary additions.


Optional recreational experiences include stargazing with wine tasting, kayaking and paddleboarding, parasailing, coffee and tea rituals, Mayan fireside storytelling, sand and smoke BBQs, art and tarot classes and more.


SANA, an Auberge Spa | Soothing natural stone and pebble flooring creates a serene atmosphere, inviting visitors on a cultural journey of wellness with the opportunity to renew their unique rhythm and find their center once more. From rotating classes to daily rituals to a schedule of curated retreats, intuitive wellbeing programming combines ancient Mayan beliefs and techniques with emerging and effective wellness trends from Mexico and beyond.

Land price is per person based on double occupancy (unless noted) for select travel dates shown. Air-inclusive vacations are for gateways noted. Rate quoted includes government-imposed fees and taxes and any necessary currency exchange rates. Rate is current when priced, at the time you purchase your vacation, rate may be higher. Rate does not include any applicable daily resort or facility fees (and in Europe, city tourist taxes) payable directly to the resort at check-out; such fees will be advised at the time of booking. Subject to availability and change; certain restrictions and black out dates may apply. Additional airline restrictions may apply, contact the airline directly with questions.

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