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Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita – Paradise in Riviera Maya, Mexico

Posted by on November 29, 2011

Aerial view of the resort.

Step into the marble-floored lobby of Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita in Riviera Maya, Mexico. The Mexican-themed, adobe colored walls are open to the salt-scented breeze off the turquoise ocean. The fountain murmurs gently and, surrounded by eclectic artwork from around the world purchased by the well-traveled owners, you find all your worries begin to drift away.

You have nothing to worry about once you have arrived at this fabulous, all-inclusive, luxury resort. If you think you have experienced luxury before, you are going to find a whole new level of luxury here. When it’s time to leave, you will try to figure out a way to stay a few more days – or possibly for the rest of your life.

Read the rest of this article on Examiner.com HERE.

5 Responses to Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita – Paradise in Riviera Maya, Mexico

  1. Christy @ Ordinary Traveler

    I’ve seen a lot of posts about this area lately. I think I need to plan a trip back there!
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  2. Sarah

    So cool that you are writing for Examiner!

    xo
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  3. Emme Rogers @ Roamancing

    Loved your tease. It definitely lured me over to the examiner piece.

    Sounds like you had a lovely time!

    ~ Emme
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  4. eileen ludwig

    Mexico coast can be fantastic – both of my trips were via a cruise
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  5. Reba

    The resort has an intimate feel with only 90 rooms. Very understated elegance and luxury amenities without being pretentious. Looking for a modern, minimalistic guest accommodations? This isn’t it. Old world class – it is.
    Staff is tops, and I’ve been in the travel industry for 15 years. Guests are addressed by name throughout the resort and small attentive gestures are everywhere.

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