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Tired of just dreaming about someday taking a first-class vacation? Stop dreaming and make it happen; climb aboard a pl
Tired of just dreaming about someday taking a first-class vacation? Stop dreaming and make it happen; climb aboard a plane bound for sunny Cozumel and InterContinental Presidente Cozumel. Set on a striking half-mile stretch of private, white sand beach, this majestic Mexican resort offers solitude, serenity and first-class pampering.
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August 1, 2012
We usually go to a all inclusive hotel. Although this cost a bit more ,It was worth it. It was wonderful. Service was great. Beautiful Hotel. Very relaxing. They so many things they do to make it a special . You can snorkle right off he beach at the hotel. We will go back.
The hotel is very nice but all walking---NO elavators, too much walking for older folks. Also swimming area & snorkling was jus FAIR, I thought it would be great! but it was not. Also the food was overpriced Dinner for 2 with a drink over $100.00. Too much for MEXICO. We went to 4-5 top ranked restaurants and they were all 1/2 of that ammount.
From:YORBA LINDA, CA Age:Over 65 Travel:1-2 trips/year
January 31, 2011
Where have the beaches gone?
We stayed and snorkeled here back in the 80's (before the hurricanes) and we loved it. It was absolutely the best vacation bargain to be found.
Now, the hotel has been considerably expanded and the rooms are very nice. However, the beaches have practically all disappeared, apparantly because of hurricane Wilma and another hurricane in the late 80's (about 89, I think).
Also, there is so much boat travel near the beach that the snorkeling area there at the hotel is much more limited than it was in the old days.
Also, the food at the hotel was expensive, costing twice as much as the same food in town. Drinks were also expensive although they weren't too bad during Happy Hour.
And the town has grown so much, probably 2 or 3 times the population as in the old days, so it was much harder to get around in town without a corresponding increase in the number of fun things to do.
All the hotel staff was very kind and helpful.
From:East Texas on Lake Sam Rayburn Age:Over 65 Travel:3-6 trips/year
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4 night girlfriend getaway in cozumel or playa del carmen and where to stay?2 answers
We only have 4 nights, want to stay in an AI for ease (although I have never done so and am struggling with the potential sillyness of it all). We like snorkeling, relaxing, want decent food, and a nice beach.
1 year, 17 months ago
We have many resorts offering wonderful 4 night packages in the locations you desire. I suggest you visit our website, www.cheapcaribbean.com and do a search for a property that meets your desires in reference to amenities and budget. The benefit to the All Inclusive packages is that you know exactly what your vacation is going to cost and you can leave your wallet in your room! Many of the resorts we offer have several restaurants to choose from and have exceptional food. If you still need assistance in narrowing your options feel free to call and speak with one of our experienced destination specialists.
We usually say in a all incl hotel. Which are great. But sometimes loud, crowded ,and lots of kids, and drunk people. Don't get me wrong we like to have fun..but this was a pleasant change... quite elegant more relaxing. If you want to get crazy you can catch a cab downtown and go to a club. We stayed for 5 days . Three of the nights we went downtown for dinner. The town is clean and the food was good. Two or three cruise ships come in every day except Sunday, but they are gone by dinner time. They also have a desk where you can sign up for different things to do.
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220 rooms with high ceilings on 5 floors. Extra-spacious guestrooms ensure comfort and barefoot ease. All rooms are supplied with fresh blossoms daily. Authentic talavera ceramics made according to 16th-century Spanish techniques grace rooms and public areas throughout the resort. Accommodations feature private balcony with view, or stone terrace (ground floors), plasma TV, Egyptian cotton sheets, radio alarm with Ipod docking, bottled water, coffee/tea maker, in-room safe, hair dryer, evening turn down service, modem/data port connections, non-smoking/smoking rooms.
Mandara Spa is 6,500 sq ft of full-service luxury. Whether you opt for a massage or mani/pedi, you'll love the signature treatments' use of native plants and herbs.
What We'd Change
InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa is very quiet. But if you love to party, don't fret--downtown Cozumel's clubs are a short cab ride.
Why You Should Go
This resort is geared to getting away from everything--a quiet island escape done right. The staff gives guests exactly as much privacy as they desire.
Car Rental Available
Business Center ($)
Babysitting/Child Care ($)
Conference Facilities ($)
Cribs Available on Request
Room Service ($)
Scuba Certification ($)
Dry Cleaning Services
Safe Deposit Box
Fax Machine ($)
Photocopy Machine ($)
Mobile Phone Rental
Handicap Room Available
Wedding Services ($)
24 Hour Room Service ($)
Honeymoon Packages ($)
Nearby Excursions & Attractions
Chichen Itza and Coba Ruins
Map of Local Area
Cozumel, gem of the Mexican Caribbean, located twelve miles off the southern coast of the Yucatan, is a destination for people seeking a relaxing, laid back vacation that includes the island's world renowned diving or snorkeling its fabled coral reefs.
InterContinental Presidente Cozumel
Carretera A Chankanaab Km 6.5
+52 98 78 72 9500
InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa: Indulge in Solitude
Tired of just dreaming about someday taking a first-class vacation? Stop
dreaming and make it happen; climb aboard a plane bound for sunny Cozumel and
InterContinental Presidente Cozumel. Set on a striking half-mile stretch of
private, white sand beach, this majestic Mexican resort offers solitude,
serenity and first-class pampering.
Start at Mandara Spa, where 6,500 sq ft is dedicated to traditional Mayan
techniques that use indigenous fruit, plants and herbs to soothe and
revitalize. Indulge in the hydrotherapy circuit, work up a sweat at the 24-hour
fitness center, try the Hot Stone Massage or relax at the dedicated hand and
Grab a pair of loungers on the pristine private beach and relax with a
tropical drink, a good book or the flavorful Mexican fare from the beachside
bar and grill, Cana Brava. InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort & Spa
also boasts pool options that please: a jetted, semi-circular kid's section, a
big sun deck offering lounge chairs with neck and knee pillows and a pool
concierge who rents CDs for those who need tunes to accompany a frozen treat
from the circulating ice cream cart. Want something more active? Scuba Du, a
five-star PADI dive center is ready to help you explore the wonders of the
amazing reef which brings divers to Cozumel.
There's nothing like a tasty meal after a day of sunbathing and ice cream
indulgences and Alfredo di Roma's gourmet Italian dishes combine the flavors of
northern Italy with ultra-fresh seafood delicacies for a memorable meal. The
restaurant is also home to the largest wine cellar in all of Cozumel.
When you're ready to call it a day, head back to the luxury of the Ocean
Suite. This suite is an oasis of comfort, thanks to an over-sized bathroom with
a glass-enclosed bathtub and boasts incredible ocean views. There's even Wi-Fi
access, a huge flat-screen TV and a king-sized bed with Egyptian cotton
This hotel is NOT All-Inclusive, but does include a daily complimentary breakfast buffet. Additional food and drink must be purchased separately.
Unless otherwise specified, all services are available for an additional
Alfredo di Roma Type: Italian Hours: Daily, 6pm-11pm Description: A gourmet restaurant where guests can savor delectable
dishes that combine the tastes of northern Italy with fresh seafood delicacies
and authentic fettuccini alfredo while enjoying the view of the Caribbean Sea.
Alfredo di Roma also features an extensive selection of domestic and
international wines, with the largest wine cellar in Cozumel.
El Caribeo Restaurant and Bar Type: International Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7am-11:30am; Lunch - daily, noon-5pm; Dinner -
daily, 5pm-11pm Description: an ocean front, open air restaurant. Enjoy the spectacular
view, the warm ocean breeze, and freshly prepared regional Mexican or
international dishes. The menu offers US Angus Beef, local seafood, and a
refreshing selection of tropical drinks, tequilas, Mexican beers and wines. The
spacious, casual dining area is comfortable for a quiet dinner for two, or the
Cana Brava Grill Type: Grill Hours: Daily, 10am-8pm Description: Enjoy a beach bar and grill offering a variety of Mexican
snacks and light lunches. Enjoy your selections up at the bar or under your
palapa while relaxing on a beach chair.
All hours are subject to change.
El Caribeo Restaurant and Bar
Open-air, oceanfront restaurant and bar. Daily, 7am-11pm.
Cana Brava Grill
Beachside bar and grill serving cocktails and a variety of Mexican snacks and
light lunches. Daily, 10am-8pm.
The resort is situated on one-half-mile stretch of private white-sand beach,
only minutes from the colorful and abundant coral reefs. Most of the beach is
raised from a rocky shore and protected from erosion. The flat, sand terrace is
furnished with lots of thatched-roof palapas with hammocks.
The pool includes a shallow, semi-circular children's section equipped
with water jets. The surrounding sun deck is furnished with padded lounge
chairs that have cylindrical pillows to support necks and knees. A pool
concierge rents CD players and discs and provides Internet access at the desk.
An ice cream cart offers frozen treats.
A PADI Gold Palm Five-Star Dive Center, Scuba Du has been recognized as one
of the safest and best dive operations in Cozumel and the Caribbean and is the
in-house dive center for the resort. Daily certified-dive trips leave every
morning from Scuba Du's exclusive pier and head to the best reefs in the Marine
Park. The dive shop is located on the beach and also has a customer service
desk in the hotel's lobby.
Scuba Du also has a complete PADI Program for those who want to learn about
Scuba, from the one-day Discover course to complete PADI Open Water
Certification and beyond, Scuba Du's certified instructor staff make the
learning process both fun and safe.
Scuba Du also offers several activities:
Reef snorkeling trips
Deep-sea fishing charters
Flats fishing trips
The 18-hole course at Cozumel Country Club is about a 25-minute drive from
InterContinental Presidente Resort.
Complimentary Wi-Fi access is available throughout the hotel and in the
The 6,500-sq-ft, full-service luxury Mandera Spa offers a variety of unique
therapeutic and revitalizing treatments that benefit the body, mind and soul.
Mandara Spa incorporates indigenous fruit, plants, herbs and other natural
elements into the spa's signature treatments and uses Mayan traditional
techniques to relax, soothe and pamper.
Among the spa's facilities and services are:
Massage therapy and facial treatment rooms
Hand and foot spa
Romantic oceanside massages
24-hour fitness center
The resort offers a variety of wedding services and packages. Please contact
the resort for more information.
Receive a room upgrade to the next available category, a fruit basket and a
bottle of wine. Proof of marriage is required upon check-in.
The Chiqui Club offers the opportunity to learn about Mexican culture and
history while having lots of fun! Activities include kite making, sandcastle
building, arts & crafts, painting, nature walks, fish feeding, shellfish
expeditions, children's aerobics, frog races, treasure hunt, Spanish for kids,
Mexican games and more. There are three special shelters for endemic iguanas.
Chiqui Club gets involved with the iguanas by feeding, caring and finding them
around the property kids can paint ceramic figures as a traditional talavera
pattern, making their own colorful creation.
The resort has also developed a special program which includes the hotel's
plant nursery; kids have the possibility to visit and learn about local flora
and several environmental practices implemented among the resort and its
The air-conditioned Chiqui Club also features a DVD player with a wide
selection of kid's movies.
Baby-sitting is also available for an additional charge.
Located on the southwest coast of Mexico, five mi from Cozumel Andres Quintana
Roo Airport (CZM). Approximate driving time is 15 min.
Check In/Check Out
Check-in: 3pm. Check-out: noon.
A valid credit card may be required upon check-in for possible incidentals not
included in your hotel reservation.
In observance of Holy Week, some resorts in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and
Costa Rica may put limits on the use of motorized water sports, and loud
Rental cars and shuttle/car service are the most convenient ways to get from
the airport to downtown or the hotel. Transportation options are available as
you exit the airport. A group shuttle, or colectivo, to the hotel from the
airport costs $5-$15 USD. Guests can also hire an especial, or individual car,
to get to the hotel: $16-$25 USD. Rental cars may be picked up at the airport
or in the city of San Miguel de Cozumel and are available through
CheapCaribbean.com (more than $36 USD). Due to union agreements, taxis are not
allowed to pick passengers up at the airport, however they are allowed to take
passengers to the airport. Taxis from downtown San Miguel de Cozumel to the
hotel cost $5-$15 USD. Prices are subject to change without advanced notice.
All hours, fees, amenities, information and services are subject to change without notice.