• Great Place to Stay!
    So glad we picked the Coral Princess. It is away from the hustle & bustle, but close enough to walk into town. The snorkeling is great, you just jump into the ocean from the small dock. Rooms are clean, fluffy towels and very comfortable beds. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful with anything you might need. Meals at the hotel were pricey, but we only ate one meal there during our week's stay. We would walk to town in the early evening, have dinner and then stroll to Mega, the large supermarket. We would buy something there to have for lunch the next day, and then take a cab ($6) back to the hotel. The rooms all have a fridge, and most have kitchenettes. There are no restaurants or shops right around the hotel, but if you don't mind a 30 min walk, you can easily reach the town center and/or cabs are always available.

    Dora, Nazareth , Aug/01/2013
  • "Been Back 20 Times"
    Just went to coral for about the 20th time. Staff as always friendly and helpful. The closeness to the water is second to none . Food was good and he party night was fun. We are a family of all ages. All had a great Time

    Susanna, Florida, Aug/01/2013
  • My husband and I first enjoyed Coral Princess 11 years ago as part of a US Airways package deal. It was fabulous!! We loved the staff, the location on the water, the incredible dive shop, the spa, the downtown area with so many great restaurants and endless adventures to choose from. We didn't want to leave so we signed up for the vacation club package. We have been coming once or twice each year and every time we arrive at the lobby from the airport, Jaime and Pedro say "Welcome home!" and give me a big hug. This is a safe island and guest conscious resort. The rooms are very clean and they bend over backwards to make sure you are happy with all aspects. I give this resort 5 stars. The prices are fabulous!! We fly to Charlotte, NC and take a direct flight to/from Cozumel on Saturdays. The transfer to the hotel is 5 minutes. You gotta go!
    Sandy Purvis, Jun/30/2012

Cozumel

The name of the island derives from the Mayan word Cusamil (“Cusam” means swallow and “lumil” means “land”) "Land of Swallows". Its 30 miles from north to south and 10 miles from east to west make it the second biggest island in the country.

This island is covered by jungle vegetation, surrounded by rocky coasts interrupted by beaches, lagoons and mangroves. An important set of coral reefs belonging to the second largest reef barrier in the World is found in Cozumel, natural reserves of great ecological value have been established as Reef National Marine Park of Cozumel and Chankanaab Natural Park, areas that have attracted the attention of researchers and scientists such as Jacques Cousteau.

Cozumel is worldly known for being a prime scuba-diving destination, but for Mexico it means a lot more. Its historic, cultural, economic, ecological and recreational meanings are vast and very significant.

This land and its people have been through many issues since the Spaniards arrived here. They brought diseases, other religious ideas, other cultural practices, they destroyed many temples, and reduced the population drastically; leaving the island almost deserted which attracted smugglers and pirates.

After World War II the Island started its career in tourism, when Jacques Cousteau discovered the beautiful world that lives under the sea. Since then, Cozumel has gained more and more importance in all aspects. Economy derives directly from tourism, which makes the Island live day and night, and which impulses its growth in every way.

The people of Cozumel are warmhearted, with a rich cultural and historical baggage, and a Caribbean sparkle in their eyes.

Coral Princess Hotel and Resort | Cozumel México


Coral Princess Hotel and Resort | Cozumel México