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The Secrets, The Vine Hotel in Mexico

By Brian Pho


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The Secrets, The Vine Hotel, was designed by acclaimed architectural brand Rockwell Group for the Mar del Este. Located in Cancun, Mexico, it was finished at the beginning of the current year and it mainly works as a luxury hotel with destination spa, provides panoramic views towards the Laguna Nichupté and the Caribbean Sea.

The hotel boasts a design concept that exudes exquisiteness and excellence – intimate, familiar and luxurious. These are exactly what exhausted travelers need and much more – The Secrets, The Vine Hotel is just the perfect place to entice the most discerning of guests. The design, as imagined by Rockwell Group, bows before the concept of “a barefoot journey of textures and unexpected discoveries, anchored in the Yucatan Peninsula.”

Browsing through the photos, we realise we absolutely adore the Piano Lounge and Bar, one of the most impressive and staggering places aboard, open from 5 p.m. on. Exuding Mexican traditional styles, massive, hand manufactured doors act as a welcome to the lounge and bar, where one can enjoy exquisite cocktails while sitting around a series of superbly made fountains. There’s a whiff of influence from a glamorous 1920s club throughout the lounge and bar area, with custom made metal sconces, carpets, banquette seating, antique mirror, leather walls and parquet floors.

As for the accommodation, it is extremely luxurious and opulent. There’s nearly no point in telling too many things about it, as the photos speak for themselves. But it’d be a pity to stay silent about it. So, the rooms were designed as a refuge and personal retreat. As the night closes in, they can be transformed, through a turn-down service that pulls a curtain around the space to make it feel like a cocoon, into an even more gorgeous place to stay. Every room comes fitted with a bathroom with walls and ceilings wrapped in glass, with a superb pattern abstracted from geometric patterns used on ancient Mayan pottery. This idea adds to the cocoon-like atmosphere in the evening, as it glows just like a lantern. In addition, the staff has fitted the rooms with indirect LED lighting and porcelain flooring that resembles wood.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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