Blue Angel Resort
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- 98%Adventure Travelers
- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Budget Travelers
Member Reviews (3)
- Blue Angel ResortFirst to ReviewNov 03, 2013
Blue Angel Resort is a great dive resort located just south of downtown San Miguel. It has a laid back vibe and all the amenities divers look for (and then some): a reputable dive shop, lockers and drying racks for gear, a nice dock, good boats, basic modern rooms with ocean views, a breezy restaurant overlooking the Caribbean, a pool, and a handful of places to chill out in the sun or shade. The only thing really missing is a beach. That and the location outside of town pretty much requires a cab ride or a car rental if you want to explore San Miguel or the island a bit. Other than that, this place gets 2 thumbs up.
- Blue Angel ResortMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3Aug 28, 2012
Laid back and easy going. I think since we booked majority of the rooms at the resort, we had a lot more flexibility in how things were ran. We had a blast, the services were great, and the accommodations were just fine for a diver looking to dive. The dive off the onsite beach access was a very nice dive offering much to see. The dive masters were wonderful and fun. Wish the surrounding town had more to offer though.
- Blue Angel ResortAug 20, 2012
If you’re in Cozumel to dive, and to dive often, this friendly mid-size hotel may be exactly what you’re looking for. It’s right on the water, and has its own dive shop, pier, boats and hotel-dive packages. It’s also on the busy main road south of town, stuck between shops and tour agencies catering to cruise-shippers. For me that’s a drawback: I’d rather be somewhere I can walk to the main plaza, do some shopping, drop into a restaurant, etc., but hard-corps divers don’t usually have the time for such distractions. The rooms are basic but perfectly fine, most with two double beds, warm interior paint, and good bathrooms and amenities; ask for one on the top floor units, which have higher ceilings and better views. There’s a decent restaurant overlooking the water and good snorkeling right from the hotel, if you’ve got a non-diver in your group.