Suites Elizabeth

Box 70, Cozumel, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cozumel

Island Explore

A travel blog entry by princesspanky


... it's for tips, crafty. On the beach is a restaurant, bar, snorkel hire and canoe hire. The sea is much calmer here and there are families enjoying the beach on free loungers, a rarity here. I am most upset they don't serve hot drinks but it's a nice place to be with Mexican music playing in the back ground. This is far less tacky than the last place although I do spot a young Italian in Speedos - why oh why? We head home before it gets dark and drop the bike off ...

Deep blue

A travel blog entry by muzbec


... grey area). But after talking to the resident DM at our hostel, he kinda convinced me that it was fine and knowing that Cozumel was one of the top dive sites in the Caribbean, I had to give it ago. So we headed out early that morning with another two DMs that had just completed their certification. A German lady in her late 40s which looked a little more like a man and a French lady in her late 30s that was out for a good time. Feeling more confident that I would have ...

Arriving in Cozumel

A travel blog entry by k.hagerman


... the passengers tried the habanero salsa and was shocked at how hot it was. We start walking towards the ruins, there are many local small market shops trying to sell you shirts, jewelry, hats and other items that show the pride they have for their heritage. We see Mayan dancers that are painted and will allow you to take pictures of them for a fee. We continue to walk down a path to a rock wall, this is the ...

Dive day

A travel blog entry by kfrison


... mandatory surface interval. Steven had a headache, so we skipped the second dive. After the second dive, we headed back to Cozumel and spent a little time at the port and then went back to the ship.

For dinner, I had red snapper and Steven had lasagne. Steven had a piece of pumpkin pie which was awful.

Cruisin' in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr


... the ship was in port at 8am… well not at the docks here, we were anchored some way out and had to tender to shore. It was about a 15 min boat ride in and the whole tender process was a bit confusing. First we had to go up to Champagne Charlies and get in line for a tender ticket… so if you get there early you get #1 tickets which obviously means you’re on the first boat. However before #1 goes all the people that booked shore excursions through ...


This hotel, located on Box 70, Cozumel, is near Maroma Paradise, Dive with Cristina, Sunrise Divers, and Carey Deep Scuba.
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