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  • Writer's pictureJessie Ladipo

Your Essential Guide to Every Zoetry Resort

Updated: Jan 26


The origin of the brand's name explains the experience you can expect to encounter, Zoetry, which combines the words "Zoe" (life in Greek) and "Poetry" to get the "Art of Life." At Zoetry, you can escape to a boutique haven surrounding you with the luxury, solitude, and independence you desire. Enjoy life's unhurried delights with the highest level of individual service. Chase enriching adventures that inspire and connect you with the person you love the most and the rich history, cuisine, and unique story of your travel places. Zoetry is for discerning travelers seeking an all-inclusive resort if you can't tell. The resorts offer a high-end luxury where your every wish is quickly and efficiently realized. Here is your essential guide to every Zoetry resort.


Casa del Mar brings boutique oceanfront luxury and old-world allure to the celebrated Tourist Corridor along the Sea of Cortez. Meticulously adorned and inspired by Spanish haciendas, this all-inclusive resort pays tribute to a rich history. Idealistic arches, luxuriant gardens, fascinating fountains, red tile roofs, and sun-kissed colors kindle the senses at every turn. With only 57 breathtaking suites, it is a sheltered haven by the sea. It is a tranquil alternative to the nearby mega-resorts and still offers the same amenities.

Cons: the beach isn't swimmable, but that is not uncommon for Los Cabos, and there is nothing within walking distance of the resort.



A 17-time AAA Five Diamond award winner, Paraiso de la Bonita entices with curated culture for a memorable and ultra-luxurious getaway. It began when ancient Spaniards exiled a lovely Princess to settle outside Cozumel. Driven by her beauty, Mayans traveled far and wide to see her. A stunning oceanfront utopia sprang up in this exact location many years later. This remote, all-suite oasis showcases the architect's travel memories with his wife. Every artifact was hand-selected to tell the unique story of his forever paradise.


Jessie's Paraiso de la Bonita Tip: This is the resort if you want a sumptuous, colossal suite. The smallest room is 1130 sq. feet. Upgrade to an Impression Club Oceanfront One Bedroom Suite with Plunge Pool for the ultimate seclusion and romance.


Cons: The wi-fi signal in some rooms is inconsistent. And the maid will come three times per day, which some guests complain is too often.


Tucked away on a private and secluded beach and in the premier Rose Hall community, Zoetry Montego Bay is an iconic island Shangri-la with a laid-back casual environment. With only 49 suites, this five-star boutique resort delivers personalized service, luxury amenities, and enriching adventures inspired by Jamaica. The unusual architecture of the three main buildings is a nod to Jamaica's ecological tapestry, dedication to guests' well-being, and bringing balance and beauty of nature to this seaside setting.


Cons: The resort isn't far from the airport, so you might hear planes landing and taking off. Seaweed can be an issue.


Having started as a restaurant for seafaring gentlemen, it is now one of Mexico's most sought-after boutique resorts. Home of the renowned Casa Rolandi restaurant and lying on the lovely Sac Bjo peninsula on Isla Mujeres, the resort maintains the genuineness and integrity of its culinary beginnings while encouraging your well-being. Upon arrival, the natural beauty of the 35-suite oasis envelops you. The Thalasso Spa overlooks the ocean. A private yacht transfer to Villa Rolandi's pier sets the tone for your stay.


Jessie's Villa Rolandi Tip: If you have ever wanted to stay in a Presidential Suite, this is the resort to do it. The suite starts at $580 per night, making it one of the most affordable presidential suites in the world.


Cons: The room decor can be dated. And the grounds and beach are small.


Nestled on the unspoiled sands of Uvero Alto and with a coral reef offshore, this tranquil 96-suite sanctuary embodies the local heritage, respects the surroundings, and encourages cultural immersion. The Caribbean and international flavors abound in the gourmet cuisine featured in the four a la carte restaurants and indigenous treatments at the spa. The natural beauty and abundant flora entrance as soon as you arrive. A private helicopter transfer to the resort establishes the tone of your luxury honeymoon as soon as you arrive on the island.

Cons: The resort is remote and 45 minutes from the airport. There is little to do at night.


Zoetry Mallorca offers a trip back to the grandeur of the 14th-century Spanish countryside. Created within a historical mansion of Sa Torre, complete with a gothic church and windmill, this luxury property is a traditional Spanish manor house with contemporary amenities of a 5-star hotel. Mallorca features personalized services, 90 gorgeous suites, healthy, gourmet dining mirroring Mediterranean cultures, cuisine, and history. Encircled by exquisite gardens, olive trees, and lovely mountain views, Mallorca is perfect for honeymooners seeking relaxation and romance.


Cons: The all-inclusive package is an upgrade at Zoetry Mallorca. Service at breakfast is notoriously slow.


Submerge in the lush oasis of Zoëtry Curacao, a splendid boutique resort on the remarkable island of Curacao. Set in a gorgeous tropical paradise, reconnect with nature in this 72-suite sanctuary. Indulge in unlimited locally influenced cuisine and attentive service. Wallow in peace and tranquility, surrounded by lush foliage, just 10 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes to the colorful capital of Willemstad.

Cons: Zoetry Curacao is the worst-reviewed brand. There isn't much to do at the resort, but you can go to the neighboring Dreams Curacao and enjoy their nightlife.


Seven resorts under the Zoetry umbrella reside in Mexico, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Spain, and Curacao. Each is unique, and they all have strengths and weaknesses. If you desire an all-inclusive luxury experience, then a Zoetry resort would be a good fit.


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