Chic Viceroy Zihuatanejo on Mexico’s Pacific coast has topped off a complete renovation of the resort’s beachside fine-dining Mexican-Mediterranean restaurant, La Marea, creating a sizzling new bespoke ambiance and guest experience.
“La Marea has undergone a dramatic transformation, emerging with a warmer, more social and engaging atmosphere created with everything from an ocean-themed color scheme and new furniture to a fantastic Bose sound system,” said General Manager Martin Kipping.
Guests dine open-air on a new wood deck at the sand’s edge, under a tanglewood and thatch palapa, onwhite Villeroy & Boch China, with accent glass plates with abstract blue designs by Arte de Vidrio. The tables and chairs fashioned from local wood are complemented by light-gray-blue cushions. An open kitchen is juxtaposed with paintings by local artists splashing the walls with color.
In addition to the gourmet menu in La Marea, Viceroy Zihuatanejo’s guests enjoy 46 luxurious suites and guestrooms, Pacific-Mexican cuisine in La Villa, ceviches at the Coral Bar, and an array of activities from water sports to cooking classes.