Chable Hotel Opening Soon in La Paz
Baja California Sur is considered by lovers of sports, surfing, diving, wildlife, and the outdoors as sheer paradise. Due to its climate, it is also deemed as the perfect location for golfing almost all year round. These are some of the reasons why the number of visitors to Baja California Sur from all over the world is consistently growing at a surprisingly dynamic rate, setting the tone for new investments in the high-end hospitality space that will increase the state’s accommodation capabilities.
Those seeking to enjoy both natural and human-made attractions will now have better opportunities to do so quite comfortably, specifically in the state’s capital city of La Paz.
La Paz, uniquely gifted with natural desert scenarios, will soon be the home of a brand new, five-star hotel, the Chable, which showcases a flat, smooth and classy design that provides uninterrupted views of the Sea of Cortez and blends with the surrounding desert landscapes. The hotel – labeled as “the best boutique hotel in Baja California Sur” – was designed by the Mexico City-based architectural firm Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos and will feature, among many other amenities, 48 rooms exquisitely designed and equipped rooms, an original relaxation Spa center and an exclusive, fully equipped gym. Chable La Paz will be located in Puerta Cortés, formerly known as Costa Baja Resort.
According to state government authorities, besides offering the finest accommodations for domestic and international visitors, Chable is expected to bring about a wide gamut of benefits both for the hotel sector and for many families and residents in Baja California Sur, as it will contribute to boosting the arrival of tourists to La Paz, producing widespread economic trickle-down in favor of the local economy and businesses while creating more formal jobs.
With the opening of Chable, the city of La Paz will once again consolidate itself as one of the most highly sought-after sunny getaways in Baja California Sur internationally. Chablé will no doubt add to the already existing myriad of fine attractions to the destination – natural and otherwise – and is expected to be open to the public by the end of 2019.