Cozumel, the second tourist destination in the State of Quintana Roo, takes pride on its proverbial courtesy, where guests are treated like royalty, getting all the attentions and cares you can or wish to imagine at its hotels and lodges.
It is a welcoming and hospitable Island where the traditional Mexican kindness is expressed in all of its ampleness and generosity. In here, as locals use to tell travellers, mi casa es su casa, meaning my house is your house; therefore, you need only to enjoy your stay, share with your cordial hosts and feel at home.
In Cozumel, also known as the Island of the Swallows, you will find lodging facilities proper for all tastes and budgets, from the almost infinite lavishness of the grand tourism hotels, to the austerity of small lodges, without failing to mention the rustic inns and picturesque bungalows.
While looking for a hotel bear in mind the following: the oldest and most traditional hotels are located to the north of the City, those offering all-included service are located to the south, whilst there is an interesting variety of lodges in the centre of San Miguel.
Most of the luxurious hotels have an ocean view, have bilingual personnel, air conditioner in the room, parking area, telephone service and restaurants serving delicious dishes of typical and international cuisine, just to mention a few of their services.
On the other hand, the much rustic and smaller lodges are built with local materials that give them a peculiar touch. The lack of comfort in these lodges is substituted with the homely warmth emanating from them, a warmth that is lightened by the amiable treat of their owners, who usually administer and run their own businesses.