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Expressed 'Zoėtry'

Sunday, July 23, 2017

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With another Secrets Resorts & Spas sister property to discover, we are in no rush to depart the relaxing city limits of Montego Bay just yet.

Zoėtry — with its therapeutic slant — may be remembered by seasoned staycationers as the former Coyaba Beach Resort & Club but that, we dare say, is where the parallels begin and end.

The current holding is an escape into chic simplicity where your restoration is its only conceit. Always up for playing guinea pig, SO experiments in going off-the-grid and is the better for it.

WHY ZOĖTRY?

“Find yourself at Zoėtry Montego Bay, a boutique resort in the upscale Ironshore neighborhood. Just steps away from the Caribbean Sea, all 49 suites were designed with a holistic approach in three main buildings: Wood & Water, Bamboo, and Blue Mountain – a nod to Jamaica's ecological tapestry. Connect with nature on our serene, private beach.

Cleanse with organic, fresh and locally grown ingredients in each meal.

Clear the mind with meditation and yoga. Rejuvenate at the spa. Set yourself to the pace of island life, relax and enjoy the Endless Privileges® experience.”

— Lylibeth Eaton Sales Director Zoėtry Montego Bay Resort & Spa

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