Hotel B Cozumel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel B Cozumel
Travel Blogs from Cozumel
... the group. They were just finishing salsa lessons and we all got in line to take the taxis back to the ship. We decided to take a taxi downtown since we still had a few hours. It cost $8 from where we were and later back to the ship. We walked around downtown for an hour or two and stopped for lunch at a place called Pancho’s Backyard. The food there was priced around what I would expect for such ...
... and a couple of the lines finished underground in the water. I was so proud of myself once we finished, cause this was pretty scary I must say!
Had an amazing buffet lunch then headed to the cave rafting. It was so beautiful in there, but this is where our competitive spirit took over. We were the eighth raft out and there really wasn't much room to overtake as it was a very thin windy river, but the people in front of us had obviously ...
... island to the east side. The main highways are so quiet we are able to stop along the way and take photos - imagine doing that on the M4! It takes half an hour probably, but would have taken less if we hadn't taken a wrong turn. We see lots of birds gathered on the highway and as we get closer we slow down to see a flock of vultures pecking at a dead cat. I never knew vultures existed in this part of the world so it's quite amazing to see them. We ride along the coast ...
... alongside one of the chefs? Rather steep I think.
My meal consisted of:
Lobster mac and cheese
And a flatbread pizza shared by the table with cheese, pepperoni, and eggplant(Made by Bill so kudos to him)
Afterwards a few shots of the lawn club and the main pool before heading off to bed. Gotta get rested up for Grand Cayman, a place I had not been to yet.
... and pretty uninteresting but around us flit various yellow, blue and silver fishes, the clear water giving amazing visibility. As we near the reef we see a stream of tourists heading down the beach and into the water. It's the people we honked at earlier, so hoping that our masks will conceal our identity we carry on with our swim while they start to reach us. Fortunately the disguise works and we are undisturbed, calling it a day after 45 minutes. To be ...