It is perfectly situated along Cancun’s famed Riviera Maya just 20 minutes from Cancun’s International Airport. Limited to just 90 luxury suites, we offer a completely new kind of vacation experience focused on wellness serenity and romance, as well as social and environmental responsibility, featuring an endless privileges getaway.
Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita is focused on wellness, serenity and romance, as well as social and environmental responsibility and featuring an Endless Privileges® getaway.Like Us? Share Us!
When it comes to amazing landscapes, Mexico is surprisingly diverse. Mexico has so many stunning natural areas. There are tropical forests, arid desserts, fertile valleys and snow covered mountain peaks. Whatever your preference, Mexico delivers. Along with a full range of water-sports including diving, snorkeling and fishing, you can also indulge your passion for golf on over 160 world-class golf resorts.
Mexico's is renowned for its non-stop nightlife, from quiet candlelight dinners to the pulsing beats of beachfront clubs and discos. A cantina is a typical Mexican bar frequented for its botanas (appetizers), served with traditional alcohol. Also, many bars offer a combination of Spanish and English pop, rock, house, hip-hop or R&B as well as some Latin/Caribbean music to be found. There are also some amazing clubs in Mexico's resort areas that also play a wide selection of music.
Mexico's culture is easily seen in its cuisine. Mexican cuisine is known for its blending of Indigenous and European cultures. Popular dishes include tacos, enchiladas, mole sauce, atole, tamales, and pozole. Traditionally the main Mexican ingredients consisted of maize, beans, meat, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, chili peppers, habanero peppers, onions, nuts, avocados and guavas. Popular beverages include water flavored with a variety of fruit juices, and cinnamon-flavored hot chocolate prepared with milk or water and blended until it becomes frothed using a traditional wooden tool called a molinillo. Alcoholic beverages native to Mexico include mescal, pulque, and tequila. Mexican beer is also popular in Mexico and are exported. There are international award-winning Mexican wineries that produce and export wine.