When limestone collapses around a sinkhole, networks of groundwater beneath are suddenly exposed. These cenotes, as they are called, were sacred places to Mayan communities living on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. Chablé opens in May, featuring a destination spa built upon one such sacred ground. Guests will stay in either one of 38 expansive pool villas or one of two three-bedroom presidential suites; or, they may opt to stay in the restored 19th-century hacienda for easy access to Mayan-inspired treatments at the spa. The spa itself will feature nine treatment rooms that seem to float among the waters and massive rock formations. Chablé’s organic garden will supply fresh ingredients for most of the resort’s cuisine, save for the contents of one more-modern sacred space: a cellar housing the world’s largest tequila collection.