- In-house diving center
- Private dining cabanas over the ocean
A pristine paradise with world-class snorkeling off the half-mile-long beach, luxurious amenities and attentive service
Experience vacation like never before—this 220-room resort is famous for making repeat customers and has garnered a reputation as the finest beach resort in Cozumel. Book your suite with ocean, pool or garden views and features like hammock-furnished terraces, Egyptian Cotton bedding, marble flooring and elegant wood finishes. Upgrade to a spacious Reef Suite and enjoy romantic dips in the private plunge pool and sleeping just steps from the beach. Meals wow you at every turn here—savor Mediterranean food on the beach or reserve a private ocean cabana at Le Cap Beach Club, sip a fine wine from the Alfredo di Roma Trattoria® wine cellar, taste Mexican at Caribeño or take in stunning views over seafood at Faro Blanco—the choice is yours.
InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa has one of the highest-regarded dive shops in the Caribbean right on its premises. Scuba Du Cozumel offers diving, snorkeling, diver certification classes and watersports equipment rentals. If diving is the main focus of your beach vacation, ask about the Hotel & Dive package for deals on rooms and gear. After a long day in the salt and sun, order an in-room massage or head to the spa. A traditional Mayan Temazcal treatment or pampering at the salon is sure to leave you blissed out and ready for dinner. The hotel’s additional amenities like the 24-hour fitness center, infinity pool, Chiqui Club for kids and business center make this a well-rounded vacation spot no matter your needs. Plus, you can practice your swing on the hotel’s putting green before enjoying the 18-hole golf course at Cozumel Country Club only 20 minutes away.
Visit Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park just south of downtown for an active day of snorkeling or diving the Chankanaab Reef 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.