- All-inclusive meal plan offered but not required
- On-site dive center
- Wedding packages obtainable
- One-day passes available
A refreshing stay at a small, oceanfront resort fitted with cozy accommodations, a laid-back atmosphere, and picturesque views.
El Cid La Ceiba Beach Hotel is the ideal destination for customized, stress-free relaxation. The hotel offers a variety of accommodation options to suit the unique needs of its guests. Deluxe rooms boast marble bathrooms while the one-bedroom suites are fitted with a private balcony. All options are available with all-inclusive meal package upgrades, so guests are able to personalize their travel experience. For cruise ship travelers, the day-pass option provides access to the hotel’s many fun activities and amenities.
Visit Babieca Dive Center, the on-site dive shop, to schedule a diving tour or grab some snorkeling gear. The private pier offers convenient access to Cozumel’s gorgeous coral reefs and tropical fish. There’s also a stair entrance to the crystal sea located directly off the man-made beach area next to the shoreline. Take a step back from the excitement by unwinding poolside and enjoying a handmade cocktail from the swim-up bar. Want to take your relaxation to the next level? Stop by the El Cocay Massage Center for a special massage.
After working up an appetite, grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel’s two on-site restaurants. For exquisite Mexican cuisine with jaw-dropping ocean views, visit La Chopa Restaurant. In the mood for pizza? Try the brick-oven variations at the Trattoria Di Salvatore. With the all-inclusive meal package, guests gain instant access to the resort’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet options.
Cozumel, Mexico offers some of the world’s most breathtaking natural scenery, making El Cid La Ceiba Beach Hotel the ideal destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Visit the white sand beaches at Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park to snorkel in the lagoon and discover underwater structures. For a deep dive into history, visit the ancient Mayan ruins of San Gervasio.
After a day of excitement, travelers won’t want to miss the restaurant offerings in Cozumel. Paprika is a favorite of both locals and tourists. Offering a combination of Mexican and Caribbean cuisine, the fajitas and ceviche are must-try items on your first visit. Pair with a mojito or try a regional beer for a perfect meal.