IBEROSTAR Paraiso Lindo Review
About IBEROSTAR Paraiso Lindo
You've just arrived at Cancun International Airport, hopefully on a direct flight, hopped on an air-conditioned bus for the 30-minute drive south to the northern fringes of the Rivera Maya called Playa Paraiso, and finally make it to the Iberostar Paraiso Lindo. Enter the lobby, with its ivory and tan colored tiling and those soaring ceilings, head to the reception desk, and wait for a refreshing tropical drink to be planted in your hand. Your vacation has officially started.
A bellhop drives your family and luggage to your room and looking around, you begin to realize that you made a wise decision booking a room at the Paraiso Lindo. Opened in December 2004 as an addition to Iberostar's other two hotels in Playa Paraiso, Paraiso Beach and Paraiso del Mar, the Lindo is more upscale with a keen sense of style. The three-story villas are painted in an appealing mix of sky blue and tan and topped with a thatched palapa roof. Take a stroll on a boardwalk through a mangrove forest and you feel lost in the tropical splendor. Or go for a swim in the spectacular pool, where swim-up bars are shaded under waterfalls, and a large recreation of a Mayan temple produces the only wave pool found in the Riviera Maya.
Similar to the way Iberostar Paraiso Beach and Iberostar Paraiso del Mar share restaurants, swimming pools, and other facilities, the Paraiso Lindo shares restaurants and the sprawling swimming pool with Paraiso Maya. Families are free to roam into all five of the hotels in the Iberostar complex except Iberostar Grand Paraiso, which is only open to adults. Each villa at the Lindo also has its own concierge so you can book restaurants and tours directly with them.
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IBEROSTAR Paraiso Lindo Reviews
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