Mexico’s Ser Casasandra hotel is offering wellness-focused productivity retreats for professionals seeking inspiration. Gemma Harris reports

Located on the idyllic Caribbean island of Holbox, Mexico, Ser Casasandra is a 17-room boutique hotel with an additional villa that is redefining the concept of corporate retreats. Focusing on wellness, the hotel invites companies and teams on a “transformative journey”.

Designed and outfitted with the island’s natural beauty in mind, the property blends organic materials, local influences, and international aesthetics. The bohemian-style rooms lack televisions, phones, and radios, encouraging guests to embrace peace and quiet and fostering an authentic retreat from everyday life. Ser CasasandraFormerly home to the artist and writer Sandra Perez and one of the first hotels on the island, Ser Casasandra is for those seeking connection and spirituality while integrating art and culture. The hotel that “transcends the conventional concept of a hotel and embodies the essence of a home” is dotted with Perez’s original artworks.

Also, a pioneering holistic centre for Holbox is Ser Casasandra’s Ahal – the Mayan word for “awakening” – home to renowned therapists and various restorative, energy healing and cleansing programmes led by Juan Miguel Sánchez, Elena González, and Sandra Pérez. Ser CasasandraThe tailor-made corporate packages on offer for groups and teams combine relaxation and wellness, bolstered by culinary dining and nature immersions. The bed and breakfast packages include morning yoga classes, bike rentals, and airport transfers. Untouched by development and motorised vehicles, Holbox offers unspoiled landscapes and ancient Mayan cultural traditions.

Ser Casasandra offers various bespoke package options curated to fit each group’s requirements. Among the new retreat offerings is the “Attention Work Retreat,” focusing on fostering new consciousness through “creativity, stillness and collective love”.Ser CasasandraWhile in Holbox, guests can enjoy the island’s natural beauty through boat tours to Puna Mosquito, fishing experiences in Cabo Catoche, nighttime kayaking and private whale shark tours.

Culinary adventures include dining at Ser Esencia, the property’s gourmet restaurant recommended by The New York Times, where guests can explore modern interpretations of traditional flavours. Other experiences include cooking classes, tequila tasting, and culinary art sessions led by Chef Andres Fernandez.

Packages start from US$2,381 per room for three nights.