Today is #SeclusionSunday — our weekly, monthlong series dedicated to showing you hotels with embedded social distancing, a spaced-out blueprint, and heightened-to-the-times health and safety measures.
With that, we know not everyone is comfortable traveling to Mexico right now. However, should you feel comfortable whisking away to our southern neighbor, it might be worth looking into a secluded resort that’s amply spread out.
For that, we recommend Acre (@acrebaja), a hotel situated on 25 acres, amidst towering palms, which house 12 treehouses that overlook the desert and Sierra de La Laguna Mountains.The property, playing host to two different restaurants, is designed to help guests find solace in Baja California Sur’s nourishing, sun-abundant climate — perfectly exhibited in its multitude of outdoor sitting areas, backdropped by native cacti. For travelers craving the beach, it’s a short drive away, and the hotel can arrange transportation.
Guests will wake up in the morning through the small inlets of sunlight that peer into the little cervices between each stem that makes up their treehouse’s thatched walls; truly, an alarm clock that works in cohesion with nature. Following getting out of bed, there is no better way to stretch one’s legs than stepping outside to look over the grounds from their room’s private terrace (exhibited here by @unfolding.memories).
When it comes to spa treatments, guests can have a massage therapist come to their individual treehouse terrace — a move that spawns minimized human interaction.
In the mood to mosey around the premises? There are gardens, a resident farm (goats and a donkey named ‘Burrito’ are just a couple of the animals here), bocce ball courts, mango orchards, and a mezcal lounge (the hotel has its own Mezcal line, Acre Mezcal).
All in all, spread out and nothing close to a beachside mega-resort, if you do feel comfortable traveling to Cabo, Acre could be a fit for you.