Very Good 2638 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The first certified thalassotherapy center in North America
  • Organic food in all three gourmet restaurants
  • Catamaran sunset cruise included in the on-site activities

What To Know

  • Guests have free green fees at the nearby Grand Coral Riviera Maya course
  • First floor private plunge pools may be visible from room son higher levels
  • There aren’t many elevators; ask for a ground floor room in the main building if mobility is a problem


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Wellness-focused, all-inclusive resort on the Riviera Maya with a slew of enriching cultural activities

The Lowdown

Zoëtry offers the usual Riviera Maya delights: salt and fresh water pools, a white sand beach, and more margaritas than you could possibly drink. On top of all of that, this 90-suite wellness resort encourages visitors to tap into the local culture. They can take free Spanish—or Mayan—classes, participate in an indigenous shamanic Temazcal ritual, take an ecologist-led tour of the nearby coral reefs, or even help a local farmer feed his animals. The on site restaurants serve organic cuisine and fresh juices (there’s La Canoa, which is French, Kaax, which is Yucatecan, plus the beachside grill El Chiringuito).

In the Area

Once you’ve gotten your taste of local culture at the resort, you can explore Mayan cultural history further by heading to archaeological sites like Tulum, Coba, or Chichen Itza. At Sian Ka’an, the largest protected reserve in the Caribbean, you can learn more about the local ecology and marine life. And if it’s shopping and nightlife that you’re after, Playa del Carmen’s Quinta Avenida is 35 minute drive away, while Cancun is only 20 minutes by car.

How to Get There

Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera Maya All Inclusive
Cancun - Chetumal Hwy KM 328
Puerto Morelos, 77580 Mexico


4.5 Very Good 2638 Reviews
Great Activities!
Reviewed 2 days ago

Monica Gonzalez, Zoetry concierge put together a New Year’s Day Mixology & Art cocktail and dinner event with artist Luis Sottil. My daughters and I were overwhelmed by the experience. What an intimate, interactive, educational, multi-sensory, gourmet, and thematically cohesive event! We feel so fortunate to have benefitted from her hard work and planning. Thank you for a lovely evening! Also our family enjoyed Daniel’s cooking class and Salsa Dance lesson. Eduardo took fabulous family photos. Peacocks, macaws, and iguanas roam freely adding charm.

Very nice quaint and calm hotel
Reviewed 2 days ago

I visited Zoetry in Juanuary and it's a very calm and posh hotel. For couples who want to relax with class, this is the perfect hotel.
We were showed around by Arturo, a very nice young man
Food is awesome and service is very personalised.

The room is the best part...
Reviewed 3 days ago

Well, let me say this, I will get the good out first the room is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever stayed in! Nicely appointed! Fresh sparkling wine and tequila in your room and absolutely beautiful bathrooms. Now the bad, we never got picked up at the airport we have to pay for a taxi ourselves, even though we paid for the transfer from the airport to the hotel. Then we went to dinner last night and the food was very good. Not exceptional, but very good! Last night when I was questioning about Personal catamarans 14 for catamarans, I found out they have none here. When I made my reservation the reservation office insisted on three different accounts, that we do have the ability to sell a personal 14 foot catamaran as part of the beach activities, reiterating they do not have power sports but they do have small boats like catamarans. This morning I woke up, went for a walk found out you actually need your dive card to go diving or can I check with Pado,Which is highly unusual, I have delve in many areas and never actually needed my card on me every dive shop cannot easily log into Padua database. And confirm your dive certification. Do you offer $200 in coupons towards spa services etc. but you have to sit down with the concierge and listen to a lecture you can’t just pick it up and come back later! So far my impression of this place is: Extraordinarily beautiful rooms, reservation offices do not know what they’re foong, they are trying to sell. The food is good sllightly above average and the linens are not very soft or comfortable in the bathrooms. My next trip will probably be excellence resort in Riviera Maya,

Great experience
Reviewed 6 days ago

If you want to venture to a Mexican paradise, this is it! We flew into the airport and they picked us up, took us straight to the resort. The check in was easy and all the staff speak fluent English. The concierge took us to the room, which was wonderful. Complementary fruit, wine, and a stocked bar in the room. There are several pools as well as the Gulf of Mexico and several restaurants and bars. We went for a wedding and the planners were wonderful. All food and drinks were included in our stay. A Waiter brought you drinks and food wherever you were, even on the third floor. The price on our room was under $500 but well worth it. No extra charges unless you want lobster. Great experience.

Anniversary and birthday trip
Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent services, we felt welcome like a VIP.
Quite and privacy
Great place for a retreat and relaxing vacation
The daily program is pretty good
Food are TOP notch, every meal we had were 👍
Love the animals
Love the Mayan decor

A bit old, be good if the hotel can brush it up a bit.
Definitely not the best beach in Cancun