It’s an honor to welcome each and everyone one of our guests to Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita. Recently we had the privilege of hosting Marcia Frost, a travel writer with a focus on wine, spirits and food. She has written stories for publications such as Girls Getaway, USA Today, Yahoo! and also has a blog called Spirits Traveler.
Marcia took to her blog upon returning home to share her experience at Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita with her readers. We thought she did a fantastic job of showcasing some of the unique highlights of our property, so we wanted to share some bits and pieces of her article with our blog readers!
Here’s what Marcia had to say about the health and wellness aspects of our property:
“I was very interested in the Thalasso Center, where the Therapeutic Seawater Pool is available to all guests. The full service spa has yoga lessons every morning and a gym that faces the sea. Wellness and well being is definitely a theme here at Zoetry, even down to the food. Calorie counts are available for all menu items in the restaurants and they are quite reasonable. I could certainly see coming to Zoetry and eating gourmet meals without gaining weight (and possibly losing a few pounds if you are taking advantage of all the activities).”
Marcia goes on to describe what makes Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita so luxurious.
Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita has 90 rooms, making it the smallest of that chain’s properties. It is built horizontally so that all of the rooms are ocean view. In keeping with the luxurious theme, there are some wonderful amenities at this resort that you won’t find included at no extra charge in many all-inclusives: private, chauffeured airport transfers; aromatherapy pillows and scented linens; shopping excursions to Puerto Morales by boat; 24-hour laundry service; unlimited worldwide phone calls; and maid service three times a day.
Click here to read the full article “Riviera Maya from Secrets to Zoëtry” on Spirits Traveler.
Chicken Skewer with Peanut Sauce and Wild Rice with Coconut at Kaax
The pier at Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita
Calories are the basic unit of energy found in all foods and are necessary to maintain the body’s vital functions or basil metabolic rate. The amount of calories a person needs depends on factors like their age, gender, and lean muscle mass. Eating too few calories for a prolonged period of time causes a person to become underweight (per the BMI) leading to muscle atrophy, weakened immunity, and eventually, organ failure.”
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