Hotel Cozumel & Resort Reviews & Specials - Bluewater Dive Travel

Hotel Cozumel & Resort

A sprawling resort around a large swimming pool
A sprawling resort sits next to the ocean.
A hotel around a pool lit up at night.
An expansive sandy beach lined with palm trees.
Boats sit next to a dock.
A swimming pool overlooking the ocean.
A restaurant with tables and chairs with palm trees lining the outside.
Two beds in a tastefully decorated hotel room.
A bed in a hotel room.
Children play a game of foosball.
Lounge chairs sit unattended on a beach.
Scuba divers in the ocean.
A bed in a simply decorated hotel room.
A balcony with a view of the ocean.
A spacious bedroom with a comfy bed, a TV, and a balcony overlooking the surroundings.
A luxurious bathroom featuring a jacuzzi tub and a spacious mirror for a relaxing and indulgent experience.
Two beds with orange and white sheets neatly arranged in a well-lit room.
A hotel room with two beds and a television.
A cozy bedroom at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico, featuring a comfortable bed and a television.
Spacious dining room and kitchen area with table and chairs at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico.
A cozy patio at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico, featuring a table and chairs under a colorful umbrella.
Cozumel Palace hotel room with 2 beds and balcony overlooking Mexico's scenic beauty.
A bathroom in Cozumel Palace hotel, Mexico, featuring a toilet, sink, and mirror.
A modern bathroom with a shower and toilet at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico.
A salon at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico, showcasing chairs, a table, and a window.
A pool at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico featuring a large stone pyramid in the center.
A group of chefs at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico, standing behind a counter, preparing delicious dishes.
A grand lobby at Cozumel Palace hotel in Mexico, featuring a beautiful fountain and lush green plants.
A woman in a wetsuit and hat places personal items in a lockable locker.
A hallway with blue walls and a blue fish painting.
People having a blast playing in the pool at the Cozumel Palace resort!
People riding bikes in front of a hotel. Enjoying a sunny day, they pedal along the street, creating a lively atmosphere.
A well-equipped gym room with various exercise equipment and a large window providing natural light.
People enjoying a thrilling game of horseshoes at Cozumel Palace resort.
Two men playing ping pong in a pool area.
People compete in a game of volleyball in the pool at Cozumel Palace.
A serene beach scene with a hammock suspended between two palm trees, inviting relaxation and tranquility.
A grand banquet hall with elegant green and white table cloths, ready to host a memorable event.


Destination: Mexico

Carretera Costera Sur Km 1.7, 77600 Cozumel, Mexico | Full-board + 2 dives from $157++/ppn

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Hotel Cozumel Quick Pitch

A comfortable dive resort located right next to town, Hotel Cozumel is a great destination for divers interested in combining diving with dinners in town and a personal choice of dive operators.


Quick Information 

  • No of Rooms: 180
  • Dive Center: On-site
  • Amenities: AC, pool, gym, 2 restaurants, bar, kids club with supervised activities, jacuzzi and more.
  • Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Nearest International Airport: Cozumel International Airport


How to Get There

Hotel Cozumel & Resort is located just past the southern end of San Miguel, the main town on the island. The location balances easy transfers from the airport, walks into town and access to the dive sites at the southern end of the island. Upon arriving at Cozumel International Airport (CZM), guests will take a shuttle van to the resort. The resort is located across the street from the beach, however, an underground tunnel provides quick access to the beach club, private dock and Girasoles beach-side restaurant.  


Dive Overview 

Cozumel offers excellent reef diving and boasts a stunning variety of diversity.


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Types of Rooms, Amenities and Photos

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Hotel Cozumel Room Overview 

Hotel Cozumel is built around the beautiful pool and surrounding courtyard. Accommodation options consist of master suites, superior, standard & special rooms.


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Standard Room 

Although in the majority they overlook the largest swimming pool in Cozumel, some of them offer a beautiful partial view of the Caribbean Sea. These air-conditioned rooms have been furnished with either one king size bed or two double beds, flat screen TV, a direct dial telephone, radio/alarm-clock, safety deposit box, iron, and ironing board. All bathrooms are marble finish with shower and bathtub, hairdryer and toiletries.

  • All rooms have a private terrace or balcony
  • All rooms are non-smoking
  • For an upgrade to a Partial Ocean View room, there would be an additional US$20 nightly charge
  • Adjoining rooms are on request
  • Additional bed and/or crib are available on request
  • Occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults + 2 children 11 years old and under


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Superior Room

Even though these 6 air-conditioned rooms are ideal for an unforgettable honeymoon, they perfectly fit families looking for a little more space of relaxation as each one of these Superior Rooms has a private terrace or balcony with a Jacuzzi. This room category has been furnished with either one king size bed or two double beds, flat screen TV with international channels, radio/alarm-clock, iron and ironing board and a direct dial telephone. Its private bathroom with shower and bathtub is paved with marble. It is equipped with hairdryer, and safety deposit box. Deluxe toiletries along with plush robes, and pool/beach towels are available to you as well. It is also equipped with a mini-fridge with beer, soft drinks, and water, that are supplied every day.

  • All Superior Rooms are non-smoking
  • Additional bed and/or crib are available on request
  • Occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults + 2 children 11 years old and under


Hotel Cozumel Hotel Cozumel

family superior room

Having twin bunk beds in addition to the king-size bed, these rooms are perfectly fit to families looking for a little more space it can accommodate up to two adults and three kids. This room category has been furnished with flat screen TV with international channels, iron and ironing board and a direct dial telephone and safety deposit box. Its private bathroom with shower and bathtub is paved with marble. It is equipped with hairdryer. Deluxe toiletries along with plush robes, and pool/beach towels are available to you as well. This room category is only available with our All Inclusive Meal Plan. It is also equipped with a mini-fridge with beer, soft drinks, and water, that are supplied everyday.

  • All rooms are non-smoking.
  • Additional bed and/or crib are available on request.
  • Occupancy: 2 adults + 3 children 12 years old and under.


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Standard Room for people with disabilities

Having acknowledged the importance of being customer satisfaction oriented, Hotel Cozumel offers a set of 10 rooms for people with disabilities. All of them are on the ground floor in the same building overlooking the largest swimming pool in town. These 10 air-conditioned standard rooms are available with two double beds only. They also have a flat screen tv with international channels, direct dial telephone, radio/alarm-clock, safety deposit box, iron, and ironing board. These rooms were remodeled to meet concerns for the disabled. Therefore, they feature:

  • Wheel in shower
  • Adjustable orthopedic bench
  • Shower security bar
  • Toilet security bars
  • Washbasin wheelchair accessible
  • Comfortable low beds
  • Easy access to the private terrace
  • All rooms are non-smoking


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Resort Facilities

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Girasoles Restaurant & the gym

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Various activities at the resort


Hotel Cozumel Features

  • Large pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Supervised kid's club (ages 5-12)
  • Babysitting
  • WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Gift shop
  • Currency exchange
  • Convention center and meeting rooms
  • Beauty parlor and massage services
  • Gym
  • 2 restaurants
  • Bar


Hotel Cozumel Food & Drinks 

Los Arcos is the main restaurant at Hotel Cozumel, and where breakfast and dinner are served buffet style. Servers ensure that guests have everything they need for a great meal. Girasoles is an open-air restaurant serving lunch on the beach - perfectly situated for sitting right down upon return from morning diving. Los Pericos is a snack bar located next to the pool, while the Lobby Bar is open all evening for kicking back with a cold drink. The all-inclusive package grants access to all restaurants and bars, with alcoholic drinks included.


Hotel Cozumel Activities

  • Kids' club
  • Billiards
  • Children's playground
  • Massage
  • Spa and wellness center


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Packages & Rates

Hotel Cozumel Rates

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room rates 2023/2024

All rates are in USD and subject to VAT (16%) and lodging tax (5%).

AccommodationDecember 21, 2023 - January 2, 2024January 3 - 31, 2024February 1 - April 6, 2024April 7 - August 11, 2024
August 12 - December 20, 2024
Single Room$246.00$212.40$224.40$204.00$212.40
Double Room$186.00$116.40$128.40$111.60$116.40
Triple Room$180.00$104.40$116.40$99.60$104.40



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Dive Information

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Cozumel Dive Overview

The diving in Cozumel is comprised primarily of drift dives along beautiful coral reefs. Two-tank morning dives are standard, generally starting with a deeper reef in the Palancar region of the Marine Park. Here divers will descend to 60-120 feet to drift along massive walls, explore swim throughs and channels and take in all the colorful soft coral formations. The second dive is typically on a shallower reef closer to the resort with depth in the 30-60 range, where ambient light mixes with coral heads and gardens of sponges, gorgonians and great fish life. Beach dives present underwater photographers with the time to search for critters with their macro lens.

Visibility range is typically 100ft+ year-round and water temperature is between 75 - 85F. The weather is tropical with little seasonal variation.

Divers will find eagle rays in the winter months, reef sharks in the summer months and turtles and nurse sharks year round. Cozumel is home to the Splendid Toadfish, which can be found under ledges. Grunts, parrotfish, black grouper, angelfish, tangs, moray eels, lobsters and much other marine life can be found on the reefs in Cozumel. There are also juvenile drum fish, seahorses, anemone fish, nudibranchs, arrow crabs and many other small critters.


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Dive Center Information

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Personal dive lockers & night dive preparation


Hotel Cozumel Dive Center Overview 

Dive Paradise has a dive center and shop located at Hotel Cozumel's beach club. Dive Paradise is a large dive operation started in 1984 and caters to all divers - from small groups to visiting cruise ship divers. The dive center is fully equipped to meet your diving needs. Hotel Cozumel's beach club offers rinse tanks a gear storage lockers, which make it easy to take care of gear after diving. The beach also has a protected pool for beach divers to enter the water before swimming through the notch into the open ocean. The Dive Paradise shop provides the tank and weight. As with most Cozumel resorts, other dive operations may pick up divers at the Hotel Cozumel dock.    


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Other Information

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Practical Information

  • Electricity: 110/120 volts
  • Time zone: UTC-05
  • Languages: Spanish & English
  • Accept credit card?: Yes (VISA, Mastercard, American Express)

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Reviews (1)

  • Reviewer
Pasadena, CA
United States

Our previous trip to Cozumel was in 1993. We had not planned on returning. We are dive snobs, thinking that the only good warm water diving was in the South Pacific. We were wrong. Over the years I have found that my enjoyment of a trip is directly related to my expectations. I was not expecting much, and I had a very good time.

Hotel Cozumel is much larger than any dive resorts I’ve been to in recent history. We arrived early in the day and had to wait in the large comfortable lobby for our room to become ready. We were on an all-inclusive plan which worked quite well. A plastic wrist band was put on us at check in and we could eat as often as we wanted and as much as we wanted at any of three locations subject to their hours. The main dining room had hours for breakfast, lunch and dinner and was closed between times. There was some confusion at first on what time they opened, so we ate poolside in order to make it to the boat dock in time for our group’s pre-dive devotions. Later we discovered that they opened earlier than we had thought. All meals there were served buffet style and breakfast included fruit, rolls, scrambled eggs, omelets made to order, pancakes and several Mexican dishes. Lunch and dinner had a variety of Mexican and American dishes and pasta cooked to order. There were always several delicious pastries for dessert.
Poolside you could always get hamburgers, tacos, guacamole and drinks as well as a couple of prepared dishes.
Across the street by the dive shop was another place to eat. The theory was that you would come back from your dive and have food readily available. We rarely got back in time to eat there.
Our room was on the 3rd floor, a l-o-n-g way from the elevator which we seldom used. The most direct path to our room would have been out the lobby, through the pool (we went around) and up two flights of stairs. This was the preferred path, except during a rain squall.
The rooms were air conditioned (though our dripped and got the floor wet), spacious and comfortable with a covered balcony that had built in pegs for drying wetsuits, swim suits and towels. There was also free wifi.
Hotel Cozumel also has a lot of amenities you don't find at smaller resorts. Exercise room (never saw it) large pool (never used it), and I think they offered massages and of course shopping, both in their own shops and in kiosks around the pool.
Water coolers were available near the hotel rooms so we could fill up our bottles. Even though I was very careful, Montezuma did make a brief appearance.
The Paradise Dive Center was across the busy street but also accessible by underground tunnel. It was well equipped with rinse tanks, drying racks and lockers in which to store dive gear. These did not drain, so we always put fins on the bottom. It was only a short walk from locker to dive pier where boats would pick up divers at scheduled times. A lot of divers move through this area but it is well organized.
The dive shop was well equipped with both rental equipment and things to buy.
Our package had 4 days of two tank boat dives and we added one night dive and one additional 2 tank boat dive. The slow boat we had chosen was large enough to transport our large group (about 20) without feeling too crowded, but there were few amenities other than the head. (Smaller, faster boats are also available for a little more money.) Drinks and cookies were provided. Nitrox was available for an additional charge. It was really was not needed, although one of my two computers had me in “deco” on the 2nd dive our last day.
The diving was surprisingly good. We didn’t visit any of the places that I remember from 21 years ago, (Tormentos, Santa Rosa, Colombia, etc) and I would be hard pressed to tell you where we did go. The reefs seemed to be in good shape with a lot of animal life...and lots of new pelagic life that doesn't look good in pictures. Along with the usual snappers and sweetlips , we saw several turtles, some nurse sharks, a couple of eagle rays, and arrow crabs. I wish we were as observant as our cameras, for when we got home we saw that the lobster was carrying eggs and there was a juvenile spotted drum on the wreck.
Most dives were “drift dives” but our captain was always diligent to watch our bubbles and meet us when we surfaced.
The night dive was particularly good. We saw a couple of flounder, several octopus, two varieties of stingray and the highlight was the “splendid toadfish”. One member of our group now has its croaking sound as his ringtone.
We usually do a lot more diving on a dive trip, but this one was also a “missions” trip with the Worldwide Christian Scuba Divers Organization (WCSDO). We spent a couple of days helping out an inner city church make improvements to their property. It felt good to make a contribution to the community as well as to get in some good diving.

Visited on 03/2014 - Submitted on 08/29/2014


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