Ocean Zen Suites Is a Sustainable Green Boutique Hotel for a Romantic Getaway in Playa Del Carmen

Staying in an eco-friendly hotel will not only help save the planet but add so much value to the personal health of the visitors. Ocean zen suites is offering the world a fully eco-friendly hotel power by modern technology

August 14, 2019 —

There are millions of hotels all over the world, but not many of them can guarantee total comfort for their guests. Ocean Zen Suites is proud to announce its Eco Luxury Suites meant to deliver a special kind of peace and relaxation for every visitor.

The Green Sustainable Boutique hotel suites offer amazing rooftop infinity pool with views of the turquoise blue waters of the Mexican Caribbean over lush green trees.

There is also the Punta Esmeralda, clean powdery sandy quiet beaches and turquoise waters which are less than 400 meters away or fewer than 5 minutes stroll from the property.

Ocean Zen Suites can be described as paradise on earth, due to the facility and other features customers will enjoy. The hotel is located on a peaceful but quite famous NEW Quinta (5th Avenue), away from the noisy bars, neighborhood local restaurants, fruit/Vegetable market, and 24-hour store are less than 5 minutes' walk.

Guests can relax on the rooftop terrace infinity pool area, watching the amazing sunrise or lay in the sunbeds at night gazing at the moon and stars and feeling the cool breeze.

To ensure compliance with their Eco-Friendly values, all AC units at Ocean Zen Suites are solar-powered. Hot water tanks are European design with hot water on demand.

They also offer FREE- Harvested and Purified RAINWATER supplied to Ocean Zen Suites by RAIN-HA, tested by Mexican Government Authority Labs. Guests are advised to bring their own bottle for FREE refills of pure rainwater. No acid rain, no chemicals.

The interiors of the suites are breathtaking and highly functional with modern bathroom features, water-saving showers, and toilets. Shampoo, body wash, conditioner, and hand soap are all naturally made from pure honey by Mayans from Mayans Village.

Their Eco- Luxury Suites are ergonomically designed for total comfort and relaxation, all powered by modern Eco technology. All beds, patio and pool furniture are hand made by Mayans with local solid hardwood.

Everyone is invited to come and stay and experience Ocean Zen Suits -where Eco-Luxury meets Serenity.

Please note that Ocean Zen Suites is for Adults Only.

For more information, please contact reservations@oceanzensuites.com, or visit https://oceanzensuites.com/.

Contact Info:
Name: Playa Del Carmen
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Organization: OCEAN ZEN SUITES
Website: http://www.oceanzensuites.com/

Release ID: 88907802

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