Cozumel

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5 reviews
The Presidente has long been the most luxurious resort on Cozumel, buried in thick palms and flowering shrubs beside a prime snorkeling and swimming beach. — Concierge
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5 reviews
An art-centric boutique stay at a playful adults-only resort with its own private beach on the Mexican Caribbean. — Jetsetter
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Although not on the beach, this distinctive and inexpensive hotel overlooks the waterfront in San Miguel. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
Located on the northwest side of the island facing the mainland, on the edge of colorful Cozumel proper, this is yet another of the Palace Resort chain's well-run operations — Star Service
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6 reviews
Golfers love the place, as green fees are included in room rate along with American breakfast. Bright and cheerful rooms have balconies, some beach facing. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
This upscale, adults-only (age 21 and older) all-inclusive hotel is currently the island's most exclusive resort property — Star Service
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5 reviews
This place is all about nature——it is the only hotel on Cozumel's windward coast, and it uses wind turbines and natural wells to provide electricity and water. — Concierge
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3 reviews
Built and furnished to resemble an old hacienda, and niceties such as bathrobes and kitchenettes in every room make it a very good value. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Jungle greenery surrounds this all-inclusive resort at Cozumel's southernmost point. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
In front of the flashier Park Royal Cozumel All Inclusive, in a more desirable location on the beach side of the road, this remains one of the island's hands-down favorites for veteran dive enthusiasts. — Star Service
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3 reviews
The mid-range Grand Park Royal Cozumel is for travelers who are more interested in a beachfront location than a luxurious room — Oyster
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4 reviews
A family resort hotel with lots to do: diving, snorkeling, or other watersports, a Flintstones-themed fun park for small children, and varied day- and night-time entertainment programs. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
In high season, families and revelers surround the enormous pool at this bright orange hotel, while activity directors enliven the crowd with games and loud music. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Situated at the southern end of the island, this place continues to share the honor of best midrange all-inclusive resort here with the Melia — Star Service
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2 reviews
The Landmark Resort of Cozumel is an upscale beachfront property with 63 two- and three-bedroom condo-style units — Oyster
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2 reviews
El Cozumeleño is a mid-range all-inclusive resort located directly on a long, narrow beach in northern Cozumel. — Oyster
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2 reviews
There's something about swinging in a hammock in your own living room that perfectly fulfills fantasies of living in the tropics. ...The bedrooms...are all modern. — Concierge
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This is AMResorts' entry-level option, a low-key family friendly spot that appeals to youth, though rates generally weed out the spring breakers — Star Service
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2 reviews
The 261-room Allegro Cozumel is an affordable, mid-range, all-inclusive hotel at the southern end of Cozumel. — Oyster
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2 reviews
This property is closed for renovations. It is expected to reopen in late February 2014. Latest Revision: July 2013. — Star Service
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