Two Luxury Resorts Open Under Zoёtry Umbrella

Zoetry Wellness & Spa Resorts is expanding its presence in the Caribbean by launching a new resort in the Dominican Republic, while increasing its presence in Mexico. Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana will open during the fall as the brand’s first presence in the Dominican Republic, followed by Zoëtry Casa del Mar Los Cabos, which is expected to open in Mexico’s Pacific region in early December.

Located on the east-coast of the Dominican Republic, Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana has 53 luxury suites located throughout the oceanfront resort. This particular resort offers three gourmet a la carte restaurants, including Areito, which serves authentic Spanish and Dominican cuisines, Caicu Beach, which serves light international fare, and a European Fusion restaurant. Not only does the resort offer food from all over the world, it also features a vintage wine cellar.

With an extensive menu of body treatments, the spa offers Phytomer products. Along with the spa, the resort offers a full-service fitness center, salon and meeting facilities.

Featured in Los Cabos,  Zoëtry Casa del Mar Los Cabos is a 32-suite hacienda-style, beachfront boutique hotel. It features large oceanfront suites with Jacuzzis, Rivolta bedding and private balconies, gourmet dining, multiple tennis courts, and access to the championship 18-hole Robert Trent Jones Jr., Cabo Real Golf Course. 

Zoëtry Casa del Mar’s other luxury amenity is the Sueños del Mar Spa, which has seven indoor cabins and  “on the sand” palapas.  Resort guests will enjoy a broad array of signature massage therapies, facials and body treatments.

The opening of these two resorts will take place within the year.


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