Near Mexico City, the luxurious Valle San Nicolás Clubhouse offers 360-degree views of the adjacent lake and mountains. The 385-hectare development offers an escape into nature.
With a circular floor plan and an open layout, the sunlight shines brightly through the building throughout all daylight hours. The focus on open living provides slices of nature from almost any location within the clubhouse. The 800m lake is intended for water-skiing, offering additional activities while utilising the natural features of the area.
The ringed walkways utilise Kebony decking, a process which uses sustainably sourced softwoods heated with furfuryl alcohol, an agricultural by-product, modifying the wood to maintain the same properties of tropical hardwoods but without the same contribution to the carbon footprint.
The west wing of the property provides visitors with access to the gym, spa cabins, steam room and an outdoor jacuzzi. The east wing’s offerings include a kitchen, dining area, barbecue and bar area. Outside, there is also a sunbathing area and swimming lane location near the pier.
The clubhouse appears as a response to a growing demand for wellbeing experiences and companies with a commitment to real green initiatives.