Free "welcome" bottle of tequila, plus daily bottle of champagne
Expansive grounds means some buildings are a long walk from the pool and restaurants
Hotel bars close on the early side
Lush property is susceptible to swarms of mosquitos
Prices are among the highest around Cancun
With only 90 suites, the Zoetry Paraiso offers a romantic, wellness-centric boutique experience in the Mayan Riviera. The unique layouts of the suites offers different experiences to guests, including Terrace Suites with small bath-side indoor gardens, and Plunge Pool Suites with small personal outdoor pools. Even though warm, Mediterranean style is a bit different in each room type, all are spacious with comfortable furnishings and Bulgari toiletries. Some tube TVs are begging for an update, however. The pool area and beach are relaxed with double-wide lounge chairs (perfect for couples), and the on-site dining keeps the resort's wellness theme alive with delicious, healthy meals. Included amenities not standard at most all-inclusive resorts, such as a "welcome" bottle of tequila, daily bottle of champagne, a one-hour Catamaran sunset sail, three-times-daily maid service, and private chauffeured airport transfers, make this resort a standout among Puerto Morelos' finest properties (though expect the price to reflect that).
In Puerto Morelos, a more subdued area south of Cancun with tranquil beaches and great snorkeling
The Zoetry Paraiso is located in Puerto Morelos, a calm, secluded area with tranquil beaches. The resort is all-inclusive and is stocked with amenities, but if you want to leave the resort, you'll need to take a 15-minute cab ride to the small town or a 30-minute drive to (the much larger) downtown Cancun to the north.
Puerto Morelos is a former fishing village located halfway between Cancun and Playa del Carmen. The area serves as a perfect compromise for anyone looking for Cancun's stunning beaches but don't want them to be overrun by hordes of tourists. The impressive reefs just offshore attract a fair share of divers, and many come to take a dip in the inland cenotes (massive sinkholes filled with crystal clear groundwater). The laidback vibe of the area makes it great for spending a day lounging or exploring, and unwinding with dinner at a beachfront restaurant, all without the fear of having to deal with packs of rowdy spring breakers.
22-minute drive to Cancun International Airport
15-minute drive to Puerto Morelos' shopping, restaurants and reef snorkeling
28-minute drive to Playa del Carmen
33-minute drive to downtown Cancun (Ciudad Cancun)
1-hour-17-minute drive to the Mayan ruins at Tulum
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