Last Updated June 30, 2022 6/30/2022

8 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Cozumel

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The island of Cozumel is located in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cancun and near Playa del Carmen on the Mexico mainland. Part of the Mexican Mayan Riviera, it’s renowned for its beautiful beaches and spectacular underwater world for snorkeling and diving. No matter what the reason you plan to visit, you can make it an especially unforgettable experience by staying at one of these top all-inclusive resorts.

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Secrets Aura Cozumel
Secrets Aura Cozumel

Secrets Aura Cozumel

Secrets Aura Cozumel is ideal for couples who want to enjoy tranquility along with the sun, sand and surf. Located on the island’s southwestern coast, this adults-only property offers suites that all include a private balcony or terrace, a whirlpool tub in the bathroom and a complimentary minibar. Its higher-priced swim-up rooms come with a spectacular ocean view. Rates include meals at all of its six onsite restaurants as well as unlimited drinks at four bars and 24-hour concierge service. You’ll also be able to enjoy the hotel’s gorgeous private beach, outdoor Jacuzzis, three pools and a fitness center. A wealth of activities is offered too, with everything from water aerobics to kayaking.

Cozumel Palace
Cozumel Palace

Cozumel Palace

A fabulous all-inclusive resort for a variety of travelers, including diving enthusiasts, couples and families, Cozumel Palace offers a scuba diving adventure that will bring you out to the world’s second largest coral reef. For those who aren’t interested in deep diving, snorkeling can be enjoyed in the calm, clear waters right in front of the property which enjoys direct access to the Caribbean. Dolphin swim tours are available too. The spacious rooms boast bathrooms with large spa tubs and bathrobes as well as balconies with sea views – book a concierge-level room and you’ll get a number of luxurious extras, including top-shelf liquor. There are two main swimming pools with a swim-up bar along with an excellent selection of dining options and round-the-clock room service as well.

Melia Cozumel
Melia Cozumel

Melia Cozumel

The Melia Cozumel sits on one of the best beaches in Cozumel’s North Hotel Zone, located right across the street from a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. The hotel often offers discounts for golfers, but it’s a great all-inclusive for families too with the white sand beach stretching for 2,0000 feet and its Flintstones Land offering supervised activities for kids ages four to 12, along with possible appearances by Fred and friends. Complimentary activities include snorkeling, windsurfing and kayaking, and there are two swimming pools, one that’s adults-only with cabanas and a swim-up bar for couples without children to enjoy. The spacious rooms come with furnished balconies and garden or ocean views, and there are four restaurants onsite as well as a fitness center and a small spa.

Occidental Cozumel
Occidental Cozumel

Occidental Cozumel

The all-inclusive Occidental Cozumel is surrounded by a nature preserve on the island’s southwestern coast, offering a wonderful secluded atmosphere. Rooms include minibars and flat-screen TVs as well as either a private balcony or terrace. Of course, you probably won’t want to spend much time indoors here as the resort offers three beautiful pools as and a Beach Club. Guests can also enjoy non-motorized water sports like kayaking, windsurfing and like snorkeling, windsurfing and kayaking. The seven onsite restaurants are sure to keep you satisfied and fueled up for any activities.

Fiesta Americana Cozumel
Fiesta Americana Cozumel

Fiesta Americana Cozumel

The Fiesta Americana is located on Cozumel’s west coast. It offers two swimming pools, a private beach club and on-site snorkeling and diving trips, all of which are included in the all-inclusive rates.  The property has an intimate boutique vibe with its rooms that include trendy art pieces, along with balconies and minibars. Rooms above the third floor enjoy the best ocean views. Dining options are plentiful, including five restaurants like the Peninsula, which serves Asian cuisine, and Rosato, with its Italian-inspired menu.

Iberostar Cozumel
Iberostar Cozumel

Iberostar Cozumel

A great pick for those who want to spend lots of time in the water, the Iberostar Cozumel All Inclusive offers a beautiful stretch of private beach that edges the world’s second largest coral reef for access to world-class snorkeling and diving. The property also hosts an onsite PADI Dive Center, two large swimming pools with poolside and swim-up bars as well as a children’s pool and a kids’ club that provides supervised activities.  There are three restaurants, two a la carte and one with a buffet. What makes the property really unique is its rooms, located in rustic, bungalow-style buildings that include private balconies or decks, each with their own hammock.

El Cozumeleño
El Cozumeleño

El Cozumeleño

This mid-range all-inclusive resort sits right on a long, narrow beach on the northern part of the island. All rooms boast private balconies with ocean views, though the highlight here is the swimming pools, one of which includes a fantastic swim-up bar. Golf enthusiasts will appreciate the property’s location right across the street from Cozumel’s only golf course and families can take advantage of the kids’ club that offers a children’s pool and supervised activities. There are three restaurants on site along with a spa, fitness center and sauna.

Sunscape Sabor Cozumel
Sunscape Sabor Cozumel

Sunscape Sabor Cozumel

The Sunscape Sabor Cozumel is divided into two sections, one with rooms that offer breathtaking views of the Caribbean, the other with rooms that enjoy beautiful tropical views.  No matter which you choose you’ll be able to take advantage of the free-form pool for splashing around and playing hosted games or sign up for a dive clinic in the second pool. Snorkeling equipment and kayaks can be borrowed and the kids can look forward to fun activities like foam parties. The 600-yard-long beach includes palapas for shade and hammocks for naps, while the spa is the largest and most complete on the island. It offers everything from massage, facials and body treatments to hair braiding. Rates include meals, alcoholic beverages and tips at four restaurants and five bars for ample eating and drinking opportunities.

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