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... meal, we did t realize that we where going to be cooking our own meat but was kinda of awesome they bought us bibs so the fat wouldn't spray and so much meat and veggies was delicious while we where overlooking the sea and the moon reflecting on the ocean it was just a magical evening! Followed by some drinks at the lobby bar to say goodbye to our much loved bar tenders there. Check out wasn't till 12 and we didn't leave till 1pm wanted to use as much ...
... an island off the touristy Mexican coast, Cozumel was a tourist hub, made busier as it is a cruise ship port. One day there were 2 ships. Another there were 4. It is also a little weird to have pharmacist on the street trying to get you into their store to buy drugs (steroids, pain meds, Viagra - all the usual) just like the street stall vendors. Joe didn't like it here much due to this. But the trip around the island to the quieter parts was quite ...
... first impression on all the staff.
The hotel was actually really nice and after cooling off we headed out to see the town and beach, which were pretty touristy but actually really nice. That evening we had fajitas (again) at a really nice organic café and Becky had the most amazing ...
... easier to find those type of chefs. At 150, we had a variety of dishes and nothing stood out, even the dessert. The other thing which I absolutely hate is when a restaurant tries to pass itself off as a place for wine and the wine menu doesn't even state the vintages for any of their wines. To me thats a crime.
Enjoyed our last night of the first week by retiring early. So no last night big parties.
Early wakeup and breakfast at buffet. Went into town without any plans. We went shopping and walked around through the city. Lunch was at La Mission, which was delicious and pretty authentic. It was rainy and grey most of the day, so not a great day to do much in Cozumel.
Not many notes written in our notebook after this.
Other places to stay in Cozumel
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 5 star hotelfrom $260
- Wonderful hotel
- Romantic Getaway
- Kick back or Dive, you decide.
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $73
- Exceeded all expectations
- Time of my Life!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Good relaxing resort
- Great Snorkeling
- Viva Paradise!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $68
- Bright Clean Rooms, Complimentary Buffet Breakfast ... Good Value for Money
- It was all others said it was
- Always fine service at Casa Mexicana
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $40
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $48
- Went for honeymoon
- So-so, including town of Cozumel for non-divers
- Could have been better
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $94
Avenida 11 Sur 460, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $88
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $38
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $42
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $37
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $71
- Thanks for a nice time
- Quaint to the Max
- Great Find!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $39
- City Gem
- Excellent staff, will go back
- Just great - All the reviews were spot on!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $70
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $51
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $41
DisneyLand, Cozumel | Hotel
- Saved in Cozumel
- What A Gem!
- Very Nice
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 1 star hotelfrom $120
- Food poisoning
- Love Scuba Club Cozumel
- Can't wait to return!!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | Hotelfrom $81
- The Best Small Hotel In Paradise
- The Villas are Fabulous
- The Best Place to Stay in Cozumel
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 8 star hotelfrom $156
Carretera Costera Oriente Km. 43.5, Cozumel | Hotelfrom $128
Av. Juarez 501, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $49