A Guest’s View of Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita

Each and every day at Zoëtry Wellness & Resorts, we get so excited to welcome new guests! As they arrive, we introduce them to our property and make sure they feel right at home. We also always love to hear what guests thought of their time with us. Recently, Stacey of Adventures in Rhode Island Dining, took a trip to Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita and had this to say about the grounds, rooms and our very own parrot, Makita!

Upon arrival at Zoëtry, we were escorted by a manager at the resort on a tour of the grounds.  It is truly a beautiful place.  Like I said in my overview, this resort has a very Mexican feel to it . . . which is perfect because it’s in Mexico.  It’s not over the top fancy.  You don’t feel like you’re in Las Vegas.  You feel like you’re staying at a very nice Mexican beach hotel . . . exactly where you are.  With only 90 rooms, it feels very intimate.  The way the rooms are clustered in little sections, you don’t have the feeling of being in a generic hotel.  There are no long hallways with doors lined up one after another.

The grounds are meticulously maintained by a team of landscapers and wildlife caretakers.  There weren’t a lot of flowers out and blooming while we were there, but all of the plants were lush and vibrant.  The walkways through the resort are beautiful, worth a stroll through.  There are many animals to see as you explore the property.  There were iguanas everywhere.  They didn’t bother people, but we’ll just say the male iguanas were overly fond of the females!  There was a flock of turkeys, and a group of gorgeous peacocks.  There were parrots and macaws.  I am not a bird fan, and have to admit I enjoyed watching Makita, the macaw, perform her tricks and preen for her audience. 

View from the Lobby

Large Living Area

Makita

To read the rest of Stacey’s post, click here.

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