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  • 1
    Scuba Club Cozumel

    Scuba Club Cozumel

    4 reviews

    Great place if you are in Cozumel for scuba diving. The rooms are basic, but comfortable. The amenities are built for divers. The food was decent, especially after a long morning of diving. Outside lockers are provided to store your dive gear and let it dry out (you need to bring your own locks). If you are going out on ...

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  • 2
    Presidente InterContinental Cozumel Resort & Spa

    Presidente InterContinental Cozumel Resort & Spa

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    There’s just no other hotel in Cozumel that matches the Presidente Intercontinental for luxury and style. The rooms are gorgeous: marble counters, earth tones with flashed of orange and gold, flat screen TVs, and the kind of beds you never want to get out of. Like most hotels on the island, the Presidente doesn’t have a “real” beach, but the ...

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  • 3
    Hotel B Cozumel

    Hotel B Cozumel

    3 reviews

    Hotel B Cozumel is a newcomer to the island and a great one at that. Mixing modern and mid-century esthetics with traditional Mexican décor, it’s a hottie of a hotel, which makes you feel like you’re running with the in-crowd. Rooms are sleek but include gorgeous and unique pieces of Mexican folk art; they’ve also got the modern amenities you’d ...

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    Iberostar Cozumel

    Iberostar Cozumel

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    5 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    All-inclusive resorts can be quite expensive, so I’d never fault someone for trying to find a deal, or a resort for trying to offer them. The Iberostar definitely offers packages that put a Riviera Maya vacation within reach of couples and families on a budget. But there’s no free lunch, and you’ve got to expect some corners to be cut ...

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    Blue Angel Resort

    Blue Angel Resort

    3 reviews

    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 ...

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    Mi Casa en Cozumel

    Mi Casa en Cozumel

    2 reviews

    I’m surprised Cozumel doesn’t have more modern boutique hotels like this one. Mi Casa was the only one for a long time, until Hotel B opened north of town. I’ve always really liked Mi Casa, with its tall multi-floor layout and up-to-date design and aesthetic. The rooms are all unique, from smallish hotel rooms, to one-bedrooms with kitchen, to a ...

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    Aura Cozumel Grand Resort

    Aura Cozumel Grand Resort

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    3 reviews

    The Aura Cozumel is small all-inclusive resort located on the southwestern side of the island. It’s a good option if you’re looking for an adults getaway with a few extras like exclusively ala carte dining (no buffets here), top shelf drinks, and nice views. The rooms are modern, a bit pastel for my taste, but comfortable nonetheless. If you can ...

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    Hostelito

    Hostelito

    2 reviews

    It’s amazing how long it took for there to be an honest-to-goodness hostel in Cozumel. Hostelito opened a few years ago, and remains the only dorms-n-breakfast place in town. I like it a lot, though it’s not the best hostel I’ve ever stayed in. The dorm bunks are comfy and solid, with good mattresses and linens. They’re pretty tightly packed, ...

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  • 9
    Casa Viento

    Casa Viento

    2 reviews

    This out-of-the-way hotel—whose name means “House of Wind,” more or less—caters to kiteboarders, windsurfers, and now stand up paddlers; I’m not into any of those things, but I still really like staying here. The hotel has a great vibe, thanks to the friendly American-Mexican couple who own and run it. The rooms are comfortable and welcoming, with tasteful Mexican art, ...

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  • 10
    Hotel Villas Las Anclas

    Hotel Villas Las Anclas

    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 97% of guests recommend

    Located in the heart of downtown Cozumel, the bright blue Villas Las Anclas has a handful of 2-story condos decorated in a mish-mash of modern, ‘70s Americana, and traditional Mexican style that somehow works. All the condos have a kitchenette, a/c, and wireless internet; filtered water and coffee grounds are included too. All have one bedroom—at the top of a ...

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  • 11
    Playa Azul Cozumel Hotel

    Playa Azul Cozumel Hotel

    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    A nice hotel, with a cute beach and a small pier. You will need to cab back and forth to the main part of the city (San Miguel).

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  • 12
    Vista del Mar Boutique Hotel

    Vista del Mar Boutique Hotel

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    1 review
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    We love this small hotel. We’ve now stayed here three times. It is clean, cheap, and right in town. Easy walk to all restaurants, bars, and shopping. But if you are looking for beach access, AI amenities, elevator, and luxury, it is not a place for you. It is also not a place that caters to families with children (I’m ...

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  • 13
    Casa Mexicana Cozumel

    Casa Mexicana Cozumel

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    1 review
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    We did lots of research and decided to stay at Casa Mexicana instead of the bigger, all-inclusive hotels. Our goal was to experience the real Mexico. And Casa Mexicana was a good choice for that. This place has to be one of my favorite hotels ever (I’ve been to lots of places: all over US, Jamaica, Hawaii, Europe, etc). It ...

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  • 14
    Ventanas al Mar

    Ventanas al Mar

    1 review
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    If you really want to get away from it all, but don't want to rough it too badly (or, on the opposite end of the spectrum, pay for unnecessary luxuries), this little hotel is the sweet spot. It's the only one on the wild east coast of Cozumel, and it runs entirely on wind turbines. Which means it's, um, often ...

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  • 15
    Suites Bahia

    Suites Bahia

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    1 review
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Let me start by saying that this is not a resort or a 4* hotel. But for a basic, budget hotel, it is a great place to stay. Although a little dated, the rooms are all very large and include a refrigerator and microwave. We paid extra for an ocean view room but it was kind of enclosed and had ...

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  • 16
    Villa Escondida B&B

    Villa Escondida B&B

    1 review

    It is located about a dozen blocks in the island from the Ferry - but still walkable with carry-ons. At first we had some trepidation about the neighborhood, but once we entered this gated oasis, we were pleasantly surprised with the beautiful landscaping, friendly demeanor of the lodge owners and the newly renovated accommodations. The pool was relaxing and across ...

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  • 17
    Flamingo Hotel, Cozumel

    Flamingo Hotel, Cozumel

    1 review

    My husband and I were in Cozumel and stayed in Hotel Flamingo. Overall it’s a nice place to stay but there are definitely some negatives. Positives: Hotel is close to everything. The decor is very nice and the rooms are nice and clean. The staff are also very friendly. The upgraded breakfast is very nice and well worth the money. ...

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  • 18
    El Cozumeleno Beach Resort All-Inclusive

    El Cozumeleno Beach Resort All-Inclusive

    1 review

    This place was great! You can snorkel, kayak, as part of the amenities! Well worth the money!

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  • 19
    Amaranto Bed and Breakfast

    Amaranto Bed and Breakfast

    1 review

    A small and cute bed and breakfast - perfect for someone looking for a good bang for their buck. Rooms offer large beds, mosquito nets (critical in Cozumel), small kitchens and AC (except for the penthouse suite which doesn't really need one). Free WIFI. Jorge, who runs the spot is a great resource for activities in Cozumel, and the breakfasts ...

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  • 20
    Occidental Grand Cozumel

    Occidental Grand Cozumel

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    1 review

    I am struggling between giving this hotel 2 or 3 stars, I ultimately decided to 2 stars since I would probably not stay here again. We chose to go to Cozumel right before hurricane season started so this hotel was basically empty. Upon arrival we received welcome drinks of champagne while we received our room keys. The resort is quite ...

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