Secluded on Cozumel's southwest coast, InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa offers immediate access to prime scuba-diving and snorkeling spots, including coral reefs within swimming distance of the beach.
Located in Cozumel, this beachfront resort is connected to a shopping center and within 2 mi (3 km) of Stingray Beach, Dolphinaris, and Palacio Municipal. Punta Morena and Uvas Beach are also within 3 mi (5 km).
This Cozumel resort is set on the beach a short distance from Paradise Beach, Mr. Sancho's Beach Club, and Playa Mia Grand Beach and Water Park. Local attractions also include El Cedral and Corona Beach.
Fronting the largest resort beachfront on the island, this all-inclusive resort looks out on the Mexican Caribbean and is just a short boat ride from the island's main reefs.
Near shopping, a ferry terminal, and a national marine park, this oceanfront Cozumel resort is less than 3 miles (5 kilometers) from the city center. A dive shop and pier are on site.
This family-friendly Cozumel hotel is located near the airport, steps from Plaza Punta Langosta, Punta Morena, and Rafael E Melgar Statue. Museo de la Isla de Cozumel and Central Plaza are also within 10 minutes.
This hotel is set on the Caribbean Sea, 5 miles from Cozumel International Airport and less than 1 km from Punta Langosta, Cozumel's fanciest shopping and dining mall.
Located in Cozumel, this beachfront hotel is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Cozumel Country Club and Golf Course, Punta Morena, and Playa del Carmen Ferry. Punta Langosta Pier and Central Plaza are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Sometimes the culture of Mexico City calls to you, tempting you to its high altitude with the promise of Aztec architecture and neighborhoods densely packed with art and culture. When winter rolls around, you can swear you hear the Baja Peninsula begging you to stop by for a week of invigorating surfing. Meanwhile, just off the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, the island of Cozumel beckons you to come play on its beaches and snap photos of its crystal blue water. The destination may be a popular cruise port, but there’s more to Cozumel than a few hours shopping for souvenirs and stretching your legs. A wise wanderer such as yourself can spend an entire vacation diving in the Palancar Reef and learning about tequila at Discover Mexico Cozumel Park.
You’ll stand before Chankanaab National Park, admiring its soft, white sand beach with crystal clear water. Watching the tide come in, you’re tempted to go for a float—and we trust that you will follow the feeling. Throw on your snorkel mask and head to the iron shore. These limestone beaches take your breath away and melt away any trace of worry. While iron shore beaches might be tough on the feet, the rocky surface makes them the perfect spot to attract beautiful wildlife. Book your stay in Cozumel hotels now, wise wanderer, and don’t forget to pack plenty of sun screen.
The best places to stay in Cozumel poise you to gain easy access to the coast. Within minutes of opening your peepers in the morning, you can be in your swimsuit and on the sand. When you’re in paradise, there isn’t a moment to waste, after all. Book a room in one of these welcoming resorts, and you always have a comfortable place to retire when your day playing in the waves comes to an end:
Some travelers show up to Cozumel with one swimsuit, but not you, wise wanderer. You will be fully prepared for your long days on the sand and afternoons spent lounging near your resort’s outdoor pool. When you finally strap on your tennis shoes, you’re off to hike the dramatic cliffside trails. On a whim, you may decide to depart your Cozumel lodging and embark on a deep sea fishing charter. You know what they say: The most meaningful experiences can be the least expected. Book one of our Cozumel accommodations now, and you’re one step closer to the beachy vacation of your dreams.
Hotels in Cozumel start at $73 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.