Offering an exciting new gateway to South America, Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas will soon debut in Brazil with the opening of Anantara Maraú Bahia Resort in mid-2018.
Poised to be a flagship hideaway, Anantara Maraú Bahia Resort will boast a beach setting next to the Bay of Camamu on the Maraú Peninsula in Bahia, along a stretch of Atlantic coastline and surrounded by lush forest. Proudly showcasing the country’s rich cultural and ethnic diversity, Bahia in northeast Brazil is renowned for its remarkable blend of African, indigenous and European influences.
Combining luxury with a sense of adventure, guests of Anantara Maraú will be able to arrive in style, jetting in by plane to the resort’s private landing strip. Sun-worshippers can bask in a year-round tropical climate, with pleasant temperatures ranging from 23°C to 32°C. Celebrating Bahia’s ecotourism, the resort’s natural design and thatched roofing blends with exotically landscaped gardens.
Initially starting with a choice of 30 guest rooms, suites and bungalows, which will be followed by the resort’s expansion bringing additional new suites and bungalows in beachfront and garden settings, some featuring a private pool.
Guests can refresh with cool dips in the swimming pool, relax on loungers set out on the central pool island or visit the Anantara Spa. Those with energy to burn can work out in the gym, play tennis and team up for beach volleyball.
Guests can look forward to:
- Sumptuous restaurant dining, as well as casual pool bar and beach bar refreshments.
- The bespoke romance of Dining by Design, tailored by a personal chef and butler, with a choice of idyllic venues, including an intimate table on the beach, either at sunset or under the stars.
- Riding horses along powdery sands to the Carapitangui River.
- Thrilling quad bike adventures weaving through trails of giant bromeliads and past idyllic ponds.
- Speedboat journeys whisking nature-lovers to the Tremembé Waterfall and its natural bathing pools, as well as nearby tropical islands.
- Sauntering along the shoreline on a stand-up paddleboard to admire the Ponta Do Mutá peninsula at sunset.
- Exploring Taipus de Fora, which boasts one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil and also tempts scuba divers to descend into turquoise natural swimming pools which are abundant with live coral.
- Fishing expeditions with a gourmet conclusion, as prize catches are handed over for Anantara chefs to craft into a delectable seafood meal.
- The Piracanga Inkiri experience, which combines self-knowledge, education, arts and food in a unique local experience that offers the gifts of nature and spirituality.