The 'Get Wet' Club!




Hotel Cozumel & Resort


Yes, the water really looks like that.  It is like diving in a "living swimming pool"!  If you look carefully, you can see some tiny reef growth underwater.  The water is about 18 to 22ft deep there.  Just above the waterline, you can see some lounge chairs and to the right of the chairs is a small swimming pool.  The beach bar is in the building with the red roof just above the chairs and the pool.  To the left of the bar is the Dive Paradise, the on-site PADI 5-Star Gold Palm dive center.  The resort's big swimming pool and hot tub are between the two 3-story buildings at the top and are not visible in this photo.

Cozumel, the largest inhabited island in the Mexican Caribbean, is located 12 miles off the coast of the eastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula in the State of Quintana Roo about 15 miles east of the mainland and east of the world famous Cancun resort area.  Cozumel Island is approximately 30 miles long and 10 miles wide.  The island creates a barrier  from the open Caribbean Sea sheltering the leeward reefs resulting in a sanctuary of protected reefs that are fantastic to dive.  The vast majority of the island is dense, subtropical jungle. 
Surrounded by pristine white beaches and the beautiful turquoise-blue water of the Mexican Caribbean, Hotel Cozumel & Resort provides the ideal combination of fun and relaxation plus the largest swimming pool in Cozumel.  It's a unique doorway to a mystical relationship with Cozumel's ancient Mayan past and modern-day adventure and hospitality.