Hotels in Cozumel Mexico

A beautiful reef; downtown San Miguel. The ideal place for those who appreciate an eclectic atmosphere. The Chacanaab lagoon: the best snorkeling place this side of heaven. As you place your mouse over any of the links to the hotels below more information appears in the box at the bottom of your screen.
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lodgings in Playa del Carmen all-inclusive lodgings | beachfront codnos for families, couples, and divers alike. If shopping is your thing, you will love everything in Cozumel and Playa del Carmen, and don't forget hot deals on every booking.
Vista del Mar Cozumel bed and breakfast (b&B) lodgings | nice view over the the main drag. Close to EVERYTHING. Wonderful people, service, and charm.
Hacienda San Miguel Cozumel bed and breakfast (b&B) lodgings | charming | had my breakfast delivered to me every morning when I stayed here : good hot coffee, fresh juice, tempting breakfast rolls. And a kitchen inside the unit I stocked up with goodies from the nearby supermarket
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With a Mexican spirit and a Caribbean soul, Cozumel is a paradise where tradition, coral reefs and happiness come together. You will always find a friendly face and a warm welcome in your hotel and the island (Isla) of Cozumel to make your stay an awesome one.

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Famous the world over for its coral reefs, there are plenty of water sports such as diving, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and swimming. Cozumel's mostly undeveloped territory at the center of the island is covered by jungle and swampy lagoons, which are home to tiny mammals and endemic birds that have never left the island. The birds are digging it so much there in Cozumel they don't want to leave the island.

Do the Palancar Reef and see turtles, lobsters, coral, and oodles of tropical fish. The water's not deep so great for either snorkeling or diving.

Jacques Cousteau shot his first documentary in Cozumel in 1961. Today you can dive from 30 to 120 feet in 100 foot+ visibility in these turquoise transparent Carribbean waters.

The biggest archaeological site on the island allows you to be part of the Mayan culture and its mysteries. San Gervasio was a strategic point for the commercial development of its era centuries ago, and a sacred Mayan center. Inhabited from 200 A.D. until the Spanish conquest, San Gervasio was a sanctuary of the Goddess Ixchel, the fertility goddess of the Mayans.
This is the place for diving or snorkeling. Cristal clear transparent waters await you.
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The town is fun. There's a cultural center where you can see exhibits, shows, plays and all for free on the main drag along the water a few blocks from the piers where the ferries run between Cozumel and Playa del Carmen.

The Carnivals are a blast! Great costumes, dancing, food, drinks, floats and laughter!!

There's shopping in the Soriana supermarket a few blocks from the main drag and near the hotel Hacienda San Miguel.
Every Mexican town without exception has a public square and San MIguel Cozumel is no exception.

An oasis of shaded serenity in the very heart of the bustling downtown waterfront district, no vendors or advertising is allowed.
Find a perch on a low stone wall under the shade of a Flamaboyan tree with no bird droppings on it and people-watch to your heart's content.

If you're in the town on a Sunday night, you are in for a treat.
Many Sundays beginning around 8PM there are free special events in the zolaco.
Large, merry crowds turn out to listen to traditional music or watch a dance contest or beauty pageant.
You'll see plenty of adorable, dressed-to-the niños (children).
You will be very safe. So relax and enjoy yourself!

Chankannab Park the place to snorkel baby -- whip out to the taxi stand and head for this beautiful park. Admission is $10/person but it's worth it--a lovely way to spend the day. Restaurants, snorkel rentals, gardens and a little musuem
Get to Chankannab National Park as early as possible. There are plenty of shaded lounge shares on the long beach but this is a popular attraction and all the good spots will be taken by 11ish -- especially in high season

I took the above photo in Chankannab park with my underwater camera.

The island of Cozumel is about 48 km long and 16 km wide, so is Mexico's largest Caribbean island.
Notice the qualifier Caribbean. So there are bigger ones elsewhere. But why go to them when you have this one?

It is Mexico's third-largest island, following Tiburón Island (boring) home of the Ceris (who will perform the circle dance for you); and Isla Ángel de la Guarda.

Cozumel lies about 10 km from the mainland but we're not sure Felipe measured this correctly, and 90 km south of Cancún.

The vast majority of the population of Cozumel lives in the town of San Miguel which is on the island's western shore where the ferry goes.

The municipality, which includes two small areas on the mainland enclaved within the Municipality of Solidaridad with a land area of 10.423 km²

The land area is covered with an impenetrable jungle which has many endemic animal species including monkeys.

Cozumel island, including offshore islets, has a large land area.

When you think of Cozumel you think of snorkeling, diving.

The restaurants here are awesome. Think about them as well.

You must come here to become a believer.

Dishes like that shown to the left at the doorstep of your Cozumel lodgings.

And variety. Italian. Mexican. Oriental. Shushi for those who like to eat bait. French cusine too.

And in your hotel a delicious hearty American breakfast is courtesy with your B&B lodgings in Cozumel.


In parts of the town observe Mayan women making tortillas by hand.

Watch children playing in the streets with tin cans by kicking them.

The Mayan ladies also do fine tasting pastries and other reginal delights just a few blocks from your Cozumel lodgings.
Oftentimes these women are obese wearing white embrodered dresses with colorful flowers along the bottom hem and neckline.
They never wear T Shirts saying things like kick ass or I like One Direction.

Some of these ladies are the mothers of the kids playing in the street.

The fathers are in some cantina or off working somewhere.
It's a given they ain't on any of the golf courses teeing off.

Yes there's even golf in Cozumel.


As one of the best-known Scuba diving destinations in the entire world, Mexico’s Cozumel Island offers easy access to a large number of excellent dive sites that will bring you up close and personal with the area’s many colorful schools of fish and other sea life that calls these stunning waters home.
Situated close to some of the world’s most beautiful reefs and just 12 miles from Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel offers underwater adventure for divers of all skill levels to enjoy.
Palancar Reef is one of the most popular dive sites near Cozumel, as it is a great place for novice divers to gain experience and enjoy the area’s natural beauty. At 28 miles long and just 10 miles wide, Cozumel real estate is also the most important island in the Mexican Caribbean, in part thanks to the many excellent diving opportunities that can be found in the region. Despite its popularity, however, the island is still fairly quiet and retains a sense of remaining undiscovered.

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