- Diving and snorkeling right off the resort dock
- All suites have in-room double whirlpool tubs and views of the Caribbean
Family-friendly, all-inclusive oasis on the world’s second-largest reef with all-star customer service and delectable dining options
Cozumel Palace has everything you could want in an all-inclusive and more. Dine indoor or outdoor at four restaurants with varied cuisines and enjoy unlimited top-shelf liquor and international wines included. The spacious 196 suites have Caribbean views, double whirlpool tubs, purified water and 24-hour room service. Concierge Level suites have even more special touches, like CHI hair care products, private check-in and out, and a personal balcony with a hammock.
Your vacation will be varied and well-spent when you stay at Cozumel Palace. The Palancar Reef awaits inquisitive swimmers just off the resort’s dock and the Flamingos swim-up pool bar stands at the ready to refresh your senses with a cocktail. Included snorkel gear, pool volleyball and entertainment, like break dance and fire shows with professional dancers, give you an all-out vacation with minimal effort. You receive resort credit based on the length of your stay that you can use on activities that aren’t included like golf, dives at Aqua Safari and spa treatments. When you just want to close your eyes and let your thoughts float, the Awe Spa delivers with aromatherapeutic massages, facials and even a Fish Spa Experience with the Garra Rufa fish.
Brides to be—plan away! This resort has seven themes to choose from, custom weddings and even a traditional Indian wedding option.
Visit Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park just south of downtown for an active day of snorkeling or diving the Chankanaab Reef, dolphin encounters and clear-bottom kayaking, or let the family do the adventuring and kick back in a hammock or at the spa. Exploring the Yucatán Peninsula is a must when visiting Mexico. Catch a boat or ferry to the mainland and take an excursion to the Chichén Itzá or Tulum Mayan ruins for an in-depth look at Mexico’s history. If you’re near Xpu-Ha, be sure to swim in one of Mexico’s natural limestone sinkholes like Cenote Ponderosa or Cenote Jardin del Eden.
While your resort has an immaculate beach, it’s nice to stretch your legs and explore the island’s other sandy offerings. Playa Palancar has crystal-white sand, perfect snorkeling waters and plenty of amenities for when you just need a margarita on the beach. Or, take an excursion to Playa El Cielo for a relaxing day of snorkeling and floating on sky-blue water.