Mexico is hot, hosting the greatest number of visitors ever in 2014. With the lovely seaside destination of Zihuatanejo at the heart of this tourist boom, the chic Viceroy Zihuatanejo has created its most extensive and diverse summer program ever to meet the expectations of every guest, whether a couple, a group of friends or a family.
“With our exceptional range of summer activities it’s going to be the best summer season ever at Viceroy Zihuatanejo,” said General Manger Martin Kipping. “Our goal is to ensure a fun time for all by offering options for everyone.”
Nestled on one of the country’s most beautiful beaches, with warm and tranquil waters, Viceroy Zihuatanejo is a paradise in the sun. Relax on loungers at the beach being pampered by Beach Butlers. Indulge in treatments at the Spa Palapa on the sand. Engage in a full array of water sports from windsurfing, sailing and water-skiing to snorkeling, kayaking and scuba diving. A dedicated “Beach Boy” offers water sports instruction.
When not collecting sea shells or building sand castles on the shore, children can make Piñatas, take Spanish or dance lessons, paint espadrilles to take home, or learn to prepare guacamole.
In addition to yoga, meditation and alternative medicine classes, you can try paddleboard yoga. Play tennis on two courts or opt for a lesson from the resident pro with high-tech video instruction. Work out in the air-conditioned fitness center, swim in three pools, and go on long walks or runs on the miles of white-sand beach. The exquisite cuisine is prepared with the freshest, natural, locally produced ingredients, and now there are full vegetarian and vegan menus. Among other options: Golf on Robert Trent-Jones Jr. and Robert von Hagge 18-hole courses; deep-sea fishing; yacht excursions; special tasting menus in the La Cava wine cellar; cooking classes for adults or the entire family; and tequila lessons.
“Forever Summer” includes daily breakfast for two starting at $174.00. A Family Reunion experience for a minimum of 10 people includes everything from a Salsa dancing class and a group dinner on the beach to a cooking contest for $249 per person per night.