October 16, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Zotry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun in Isla Mujeres, Mexico

If the mention of "Cancun" conjures images of endless parties fueled by those neon yardsticks of questionable alcohol, consider this: Cancun tops the list of hot destinations for wellness retreats, thanks to Zotry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun, which debuts on its namesake island in late 2014. Here Olani Thalassotherapy spa treatments and yoga classes happen in an environment that values serenity and "Endless Privileges" means top-shelf cocktails and gourmet meals made from organic, locally grown ingredients.

Greet the day on your suite's private balcony looking out across the Ycatan Peninsula's emerald seas. Catch a morning pilates class, snorkel on the second largest coral reef in the world, and unwind on the private dock jutting far into the Makax Lagoon. Order a personalized, unforgettable dinner for two served seaside, raising a glass of chilled zinfandel to a perfect retreat. Keep the wine flowing late into the night with complimentary room service.

Location of Zotry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun

Zotry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun
Fracc. Laguna Mar SM 7 Mza 75 Lotes 15 y 16 Carretera Sac-Bajo, Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres, Mexico

Nearest Airport: CUN

Amenities for Zotry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun

  • General Information
  • 35 Ocean Front Suites
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • WiFi
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Sauna
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Private Whirlpools
  • Outdoor Pools
  • Steam Room
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Pillow Menu
  • Private Terraces
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yachting
  • Nearby
  • Nature Reserve
  • Interests
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Reviews for Zotry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 22 hours ago

My husband & I stopped here to look around and have a drink. We rented a golf cart and toured around the island for the day. This was our first stop after getting the golf cart. We were staying at Secrets Playa Mujeres one of Zoetry's sister company's. One of the resort managers met with us and talked to us about the resort and said we could stay their for one hour if we want too. We ordered a couple of beers and the manager took our picture with our phone. I felt very not wanted their, since we weren't staying there, but thinking it's a sister company we thought they'd make us feel more at home. Nope, we even had to pay for our beers. This place is very small and doesn't have much beach access at all, if your a beach lover like me. I've stayed at boutique resorts before this one is very small and right on the road.

Allison S - Castroville, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We have travelled the Caribbean for 30 years and this is the closest to perfection you can find. Starts with a private yacht pick up at Puerto Juarez. Note this is a new location. Cold towels , beer and wine for the 30 minute ride to the hotel. There are also sunset yacht cruises. Two-three a week. . Check in the lobby with no waiting at a desk. Note there is a low pressure pitch for time shares. Just say no or you can spend 1.5-2 hours for which you receive a massage. ROOMS- has 35 . All face the ocean. They are large with flat screen TV, fridge (stocked daily with beer,soda,water) and free wifi. Bathroom has large shower with multiple heads. Note some times the pressure could be better and water can be luke warm. Free world wide calling. Free laundry that usual took 2-3 hours. Within a day or two the staff will address you by name and remember your favorite beverages. FOOD- two restaurants never a buffet. Casa Rolandi is open air with Italian, Mexican and fresh fish. Ceviche to die for. No dress code, very informal. French restaurant has seven course fixed menu. Some off the mains are exotic. On crowded nights can take two hours. Can view menus at front desk. Open only for dinner. A/C. Closed tuesday. Dress code long pants, collared shirts. Jeans OK. Room service available 24 hours. We ordered breakfast twice and on time to the minute. LIQUOR- All top shelf if you ask for it. Extensive list. Go on line to hotels website for brands. Note they also have Makers Mark and Grey Goose. About a dozen top shelf tequilas. WATER- Two pools and large but not hot, hot tub. All the action is at the main pool.. Beach is only 75yds long. Lounge chairs are a few feet from the water. Palm trees and umbrellas. Constant waiter service at both the pool and ocean.SPA- did not try. Seemed very pricey. Offer daily specials. Once day they offered 50 minute massage for $90US. STAFF- All are excellent but special thanks to Alexander and Kevin for helping resolve a room issue. Hilario at the Cozzy Bar patiently explained all the nuances of tequila. This is an all inclusive but the staff works so hard tips are in order. Not expected but much appreciated. NEARBY- Dolphin Discovery is two blocks and hotel has free pass for entrance. Turtle farm about a mile. Town is a 115 peso cab ride. Hotel is some what isolated and ideally situated for those who want peace and quiet. We bought our week package with Vacations to Go/ Aeromexico and was quite reasonable. No where near the rack rate of about $500 a day. A great value.

Charles M - Asheville, North Carolina

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Me and my husband stayed here while on holiday. We were very impressed with the villas. Beautiful surroundings and scenery. Rooms were great. Very well done. Food was tasty. Enjoyed our stay, we are already planning on returning.

saltireSarah - Jedburgh, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

That's the first thing you hear when you check in to Villa Rolandi - "Welcome home". To be honest, my first reaction was that it was a bit presumptuous as we’d never been to Mexico before, let alone to this hotel. So here’s the short version of this review: by the time we left, I felt that the hotel had more than earned the description. If you’re not sure whether or not this is the hotel for you, please just go and you will have a wonderful time. This is an astonishing, enchanting place, and I can’t wait to visit my Mexican home again. And now for the long version. Does Tripadvisor have a maximum review length? Let’s find out! It starts with the yacht. Our taxi deposited us at the dock, and we didn’t have time to finish our first cocktail before Cocoon was moored and the crew were loading our luggage. We were tired after an eleven-hour flight, and it was an enormous relief to be on the home stretch with a glass of sparkling wine in hand as we zoomed towards Isla Mujeres. We arrived at the dock and, as it was late evening, were guided along a flame-lit path into the hotel. And gosh, this hotel is utterly charming. You’ve perhaps read a few negative reviews saying that it needs updating, and I disagree entirely. This is an older building which wears its age gracefully, and it’s lovely and characterful in a way that a brand-new identikit modern hotel could never match. It’s spotlessly clean, well laid-out, and effortlessly cosy. The grounds are equally beautiful. With 35 rooms it’s a relatively small hotel, and all the better for it – two pools, a large out-door jacuzzi and a beach do a good job of spreading out the small number of guests so that they’re never congested. The paths, pools and garden areas are all tended carefully and regularly, and I defy anyone to spend a few hours there without feeling wonderfully relaxed and at peace. That said, I did very little relaxing at the pool because I spent most of my time at the hotel beach. And what a lovely little beach it is: white sand, comfy loungers, plentiful shade (and a steady supply of cocktails, but we’ll get to that later). Just a few feet into the clear water you’ll find shoals of tiny fish swimming about your ankles, while at the far end of the swimming area the water went over my head (and I’m about 6’ 2”). The sea’s temperature is far from cold and perfect for swimming and cooling off after soaking in the sun, bobbing up and down like a cork in the waves. Bliss. And yes, it’s a small beach. If you like long walks on the beach then you’ll need to find a different one (hop in a golf cart or a taxi to Playa Norte at the north end of the island) but for lounging about and relaxing, I’d say it’s exactly the right size. Like so much here, it’s small and perfectly formed. Oh, and those fish? Because of them, you’ll regularly see pelicans corkscrewing head-first into the water looking for their next meal, with their seagull attendants close behind to pick up the scraps. It’s a wonderful sight that I failed miserably to capture on camera, but that’s fine, because it’s not something that I’m going to forget. (We gave the name Percival to the first pelican that we saw. That caused a few problems later on when we saw several at once, but we just decided that Percival has the ability to exist in many places simultaneously. The seagull is called Sebastian, so please give them both my regards when you visit. And please say hi to Iggy the iguana too – you’ll find him basking on his rock at the end of the beach). The rooms are lovely – clean, well decorated, comfortable and spacious. The bed was wonderfully comfortable, the bathrooms had plenty of space for my wife’s baffling array of bottles, and the balcony is the perfect place to watch the sun set over the sea or enjoy a private breakfast. Which brings us to… …the food! We’ve stayed in several nice all-inclusive places before, and the best you can say about the food is that it’s adequate. It’s acceptable. It’s basically fine, but I don’t usually find myself looking forward to dinner. But Villa Rolandi has a restaurant that’s good enough to attract visitors from all over the place, and if you stay here you get to have all of your meals there. It’s fantastically good: a long menu ensures that you don’t get bored, and I don’t think we had a dud meal in the entire fortnight of our visit. Breakfast on the balcony, lunch on the beach, dinner in the restaurant – all mini-events of their own, anticipated with relish and wolfed down with gusto. By the way, if you don’t like spicy food they’ve got you covered; their dishes are not heavily spiced. But if (like me) you do enjoy a good chilli kick just ask them for a pot of their “Rolandi sauce” – it will knock you for six. The drinks are equally excellent, and regularly served. Back to my comparison with other AI hotels: usually I get fed up of waiting for someone to take my drinks order and end up going to the bar. At Villa Rolandi I found myself declining drinks as frequently as I accepted. I still effectively spent two weeks drinking margaritas all day, which my doctor would discourage, but my word, they’re great margaritas. And a wide selection of beers to suit all tastes, and let’s not even get started on the array of tequilas which Hilario painstakingly guided me through in the evenings. I expect that they serve soft drinks too. I didn’t check. Lots of water, though. Drink lots and lots of water. What else? Well, there’s all the other stuff! Your mini bar is refilled every day, and refilled with the stuff that you ask for. If you don’t like the beer that they’ve put in there, tell them what you want instead and they’ll oblige you. A free laundry service! It sounds like a small thing, but being able to get all of your laundry returned to you within 24 hours, freshly washed and ironed, is marvellous. We quickly realised that we had dramatically over-packed: you could take a single suitcase and stay there indefinitely. You get a bottle of sparkling wine every evening, in an ice bucket. Perhaps, like me, you’re coming from a position of abject ignorance when it comes to Mexican wine. Don’t worry; it’s great and we loved watching the early evening sea from our balcony with a glass or two. You get a bottle of tequila too. We discovered fairly late in our holiday that they give you another one when you’ve finished it. And then another one. I assume that this pattern repeats indefinitely, which means that you can theoretically spend all day drinking on the beach, then chug a bottle of wine in the evening, sink a few after dinner in Hilario’s delightful company, and top it off with a bottle of tequila before bed on your balcony. For obvious reasons I wouldn’t recommend doing that every day but, well, you’re on holiday after all… I should probably say a few words about the island. Paradise that it is, two weeks is a long time to spend in one hotel so we ventured out a few times. And what a smashing place it is! Unvarying friendly, beautiful, laid-back and accommodating. The “downtown” area is called Centro, on the northern tip of the island, and it’s a bit touristy but still a fantastic place to spend a few hours, and you’ll find plenty of good Mexican food there. Follow all the other reviewers’ advice and rent a golf cart – it’s the way to get around the island and it’s a surprising amount of fun. The place is packed with carts and the other drivers are well accustomed to navigating their way safely around tourists like us. You can quite comfortably drive your way around the island in an hour or two and it’s impossible to get lost, so just go where your instinct suggests. I have to urge you to visit Bobo’s while you’re in Centro. Not remotely authentic Mexican cuisine, but the nicest buffalo wings I’ve ever had anywhere. I dream of Bobo’s wings. Easy on the cocktails, though, or you’ll drive your golf cart into a ditch on the way home (get your other half to drive that day). And finally the staff. I’m not going to single out individuals, because they are all charming and lovely and marvellous. There are lots of them, which I assume is how they manage to be omnipresent when you want them and discreet when you don’t, and all of them without exception are wonderful ambassadors for their hotel. They want you to have a fantastic holiday and will do their damnedest to make sure of it. Never in my life have I seen such a group of people so determined to work tirelessly to pamper their guests, and I cannot possibly praise them highly enough. Time to wrap this up. I’m writing this review in September, having stayed at Villa Rolandi in March. It’s taken me six months to write this review because every time I started to write, I was reminded of how very much I want to be back there again. It’s not a cheap place, particularly if you’re flying from the UK, so I expect it’ll be at least another year or two before we can go back. And that’s a sad thought, because I really do miss my Mexican home. I realise that in this review I will sound rather smitten, full of superlatives as it is. That’s simply because I really am smitten, and I genuinely do think that the superlatives are richly deserved. My wife and I are in wholehearted agreement that this was by far the best holiday we’ve taken in the fifteen years that we’ve been married, and it was the best wedding anniversary that I could possibly imagine. “Welcome home”. I honestly can’t wait to hear that again.

Alex M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

We went to Zoetry for our wedding anniversary, we were in paradise beautiful boutique hotel. They went above and beyond to make our stay really special, we even had dinner on the beach. The service was excellent and food really good. There is a beautiful infinity pool. I hope we'll go back soon!

Lyne P - Laval, Canada

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