- Remote location in a nature preserve surrounded by mangroves and the beautiful Caribbean
- Custom scuba diving packages available
- Royal Level upgrade is an option
Pristine, white-sand beaches and amazing offshore reefs at an all-inclusive, boutique-style resort at the southern end of beautiful Cozumel.
The colorful, hacienda-style buildings of Occidental Cozumel sit right behind an immaculate, palm-studded beach with plenty of room to spread out and soak up every ray of Caribbean sunshine. On-site are three pools, a hot tub, tennis courts, fitness center, spa and kid’s club. The upgrade to Royal Level at Occidental Cozumel brings a host of well-worth-it amenities including a private restaurant, free WiFi, beach towel service, a private pool, a private lounge for check-in and check-out, concierge service and nightly turn-down service. Accommodations range from deluxe rooms to Royal Level master suites and each is surrounded by lush jungle and a tropical mangrove forest.
Cozumel is one of the top diving destinations in the entire world, and Occidental Cozumel is close to the Palancar Reef—one of the five best scuba diving sites on the planet. Dive during the day and see brilliantly-colored reef fish and otherworldly-shaped coral. Take a night dive to see bioluminescent plankton, huge crabs, lobsters, eels and octopus. Other water sports at the resort include snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, water aerobics and water polo. For a delectable, second-to-none dining experience, try La Carreta restaurant or, hit La Posada—a more casual buffet—for delicious tacos and more. Other restaurants feature Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine as well as seafood. The private restaurant, for Royal Level guests only, prepares anything you want if you give them a little advance notice.
Swimming with dolphins, zip lining, driving a dune buggy and taking in a sea lion show are less than six miles up the coast at Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park. The park also features snorkeling, diving, nature trails, a tequila factory and,of course, a great beach.
Just a few miles further north is Cozumel’s main city, San Miguel. Stroll the colorful streets and shop for gifts, trinkets, jewelry, silver, apparel and much more. Catch the ferry from San Miguel, and in 45 minutes you’ll be deboarding in the Mayan Riviera’s top tourist city, Playa del Carmen. Playa is famous for its spectacular beaches, shopping, dining and nightlife.