- All-inclusive food, alcohol and tips at four restaurants and three bars
- Up to two kids stay free
- Wedding packages available
Upper-middle range all-inclusive resort with a private beach on beautiful Cozumel. Great for families, with lots of outdoor activities for kids.
Create memories of a lifetime for the whole family at Sunscape Sabor Cozumel. The resort’s “Unlimited Fun” package will make your kids feel like real VIPs with a special check-in experience and red carpet stairs as well as welcome treats and resort passports included. Supervised activities are available daily for kids ages 3 to 12 at the Explorer’s Club, and the Core Zone Teens Club is on site for older kids. Choose from one of the open, breezy rooms that overlook the garden, the pools or the sparkling Caribbean. Families can travel with ease thanks to the connecting-suite option.
There is plenty to do for adults as well: bars and lounges serve international and domestic spirits, live music and entertainment are offered daily, and the spectacular beach comes with a host of water activities. Those who would rather stay on land can take advantage of ping pong, yoga and beach volleyball. For an extra fee, snorkeling and scuba diving are available as well. Cozumel Country Club, featuring a par-72 golf course designed by Steve Nicklaus–son of the Golden Bear himself–is just 30 minutes away.
Every taste and mood can be satisfied at one of the four on-site restaurants. Choose from Mexican, Italian and international cuisine. Special kid’s menus are available as well. Some areas have food and snacks available 24 hours a day, and reservations are never needed at the restaurants. Three bars and lounges serve unlimited drinks, including spirits, soft drinks and natural fruit juices.
Just seven minutes up the coast is Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park, a fantastic place for family fun like aquatic activities, ziplining and dune buggies. The park also features snorkeling, diving, nature trails, a tequila factory and a stunning beach.
From San Miguel, take the ferry to the mainland and check out one of the theme parks just south of Playa del Carmen–Xcaret, Xel-Ha, Xenses or Xplor. Hiking, swimming, snorkeling, zip lining, rafting, amphibious vehicles and cultural activities and exhibitions are featured at these parks.
Before returning to Cozumel, stroll around fun and lively Playa del Carmen. Browse the many shops and stores on La Quinta Avenida, sample the local cuisine and stay after hours for the nightlife if you aren’t ready to turn in quite yet. Ferries run every hour on the hour until 11 pm.