Rate includes all meals, alcohol, 24-hour room service, an in-room liquor dispenser and a stocked minibar
Three outdoor multilevel swimming pools (and a fourth just for kids)
Plentiful on-site activities, from fire dance performances to organized scuba dives
What To Know
Daily themed events and dinners are more suitable for families than couples
No on-site beach, but the pool deck has wooden piers from which you can jump right into the ocean
Water-facing rooms also overlook the main pool area, which can be noisy
If your stay will be impacted by a hurricane, Palace Resorts will provide a certificate for unused nights. Terms and conditions apply; please contact the hotel for more information
Parking on site
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Family-friendly resort with a pool deck, four restaurants, and world-class reef on Cozumel’s western shore
The five-story Cozumel Palace nods toward traditional Mexican architecture, with white walls, hacienda-style archways and fenced balconies, all crowned with a yellow tile roof. Contemporary interiors have a subtler aesthetic, with light pastels, pearly marbles and dark wood. A large bar and lounge serve the spacious entryway, where floor-to-ceiling windows showcase water play at a lounger-lined pool deck juxtaposed against the Caribbean Sea. Rattan furnishings, stone-top tables and white marble floors infuse understated, contemporary style in the 175 rooms and suites, so as to not disturb the azure ocean views from the hammock-strewn balconies. Two-story arched windows mean a flood of light in the split-level Loft Suites, where dark wood staircases lead to master bedrooms with kingsize beds and peach walls. Open European-style bathrooms in all. One of four on-site restaurants (and the only one with a dress code), Turquesa serves traditional Italian dishes, as well as a popular grilled steak and lobster dinner, in an elegant dining room. The Chinese-Japanese fusion restaurant, Momo No Hana, pleases zestier palates with market-fresh bites at the à la carte sushi bar. In between volleyball matches and scuba diving demonstrations, children four to 12 splash in the family-friendly pool or play table games at the kids club. Meanwhile, the quieter set unwinds at the nine-room spa and savors grilled seafood snacks and frosty cocktails by three ocean-facing pools.
In the Area
The resort is on the western edge of Cozumel, a major cruise ship port of call and high-traffic island a short ferry ride from Playa del Carmen. Cozumel is a diving hot spot for its 80 degree waters with 80 percent visibility; the resort’s PADI-certified dive center can organize scuba adventures around Palancar, the world’s second-largest coral reef. Other activites include parasailing, swimming with dolphins, snorkeling and more. A few blocks north of the resort is a small plaza lined with shops selling Mexican knickknacks and Cuban cigars. San Miguel, the island’s main thoroughfare, is a 15-minute walk from the resort. Although teeming with cruise day-trippers during the day, at night it’s a host to traditional Yucatecan restaurants. Snag a seat beneath one of La Choza’s palapa huts for traditional shrimp-stuffed poblano chiles, cochinita pibil (spicy marinated pork baked in banana leaves) and, of course, a killer margarita.
Cozumel Palace All Inclusive
Avenida Rafael E Melgan Km 1-5
How to Get There
The preferred airport for Cozumel Palace All Inclusive is Cozumel, Quintana Roo (CZM-Cozumel Intl.) - 3.3 km / 2.1 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property’s location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.