5.43 mi (8.74km) from City Center
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Known for its amazing crystal blue seas, sightseeing excursions, motorcycle tours, dolphin swimming experiences and fun bars, Cozumel stands as one of Mexico’s top destinations for a relaxing and adventurous vacation. Hotels in Cozumel are often right on the beach, offering sun and sand just footsteps from your room. IHG® has accommodations catering to all of your must-do activities during your Cozumel visit.
Things to See
There is incredible beauty on land in Cozumel, yet people often visit the island mainly to witness underwater life while snorkeling or scuba diving along incredible offshore reefs such as Palancar or Colombia. If you need lessons, there are resources available to help you gain experience. Mini submarine tours are perfect for those seeking an alternative to snorkeling but still wish to view underwater wonders. Dive into Cozumel’s rich history by visiting several Mayan archaeological sites at San Gervasio or El Cedral. Additionally, there are beaches and parks perfect for soaking up Mexico sun and seeing wildlife.
Hotels in Cozumel
IHG has hotels near Cozumel and on the island itself, with a wide range of amenities to suit your preferences. Book direct on our website for a comfortable and memorable stay.
Where to Stay
Most attractions in Cozumel are centrally located, so deciding where to stay depends on personal preference. Downtown San Miguel is the lone city on the island, with local markets, food stands, restaurants, beaches, and other attractions within walking distance. The Costera Norte region has more popular beaches, and gives you the option to explore Playa San Juan and Playa Santa Pilar, while Costera Sur is known for stunning views, diving, and snorkeling.
How to Get to Cozumel
Cozumel International Airport is located on the Caribbean coast, close to Cancun. Many visitors choose to fly into Cancun due to higher availability of flights. You can travel by bus to Playa del Carmen and take a ferry to Cozumel. Once within the city, walking, renting a car, or taking a taxi are great options.
This unique part of Mexico has so much to offer--there are no shortages of treasures and life-changing experiences in Cozumel.