Fishermen and divers have known about Cozumel for decades, and many come back year after year to drift the reefs or battle aerobatic sailfish. But not all the action takes place on or under the waves. From lively beach clubs to and waterfront hotels to hidden cenotes and remote coves on the desolate windward side of the island, Cozumel celebrates the mixing of land and water. Visitors can swim, snorkel, paddle, ride, sail or power their way to adventure, or simply sit beachside to take in the mid-day blue of the Caribbean and the amber oranges of a sunset.
Located on the waterfront, south of the downtown ferry dock, an attractive multi-level building of Spanish-Colonial architecture blends in with the waterfront. The complex is surrounded by tropical gardens and a mangrove forest filled with exotic plants, a spectacular landscape to enjoy from the terrace or balcony.
Only moments away from Palancar Reef and the many famous drift dives, but with a gorgeous white sand beach to enjoy when you're not under the water. This is your dream vacation.