InterContinental Presidente Cozumel Resort Spa
We invite you to take a walk on the Ocean road Rafael Melgar¨ and enjoy the local culture. Visit handcrafts shops and amazing places such as the Museum of Cozumel, where you can enjoy the best introduction to the Mayan culture, especially of Ixchel, the God of Love & Fertility. Also, you will be able to enjoy the museum’s second floor, where you can relax with a cup of coffee and local pastries in front of a spectacular ocean view.
If you are in for an adventure, I suggest you go for a scuba dive. For over 20 years, Scuba Du, Presidente InterContinental Cozumel’s on-property, five-star PADI dive center, has lead scuba and snorkeling enthusiasts from around the world on trips to view amazing coral and reef formations. Once back on the boat, divers are greeted with seasonal fruit, bottled water and fresh towels. Scuba Du also offers parasailing, wave runner rentals and offshore fishing excursions. If you prefer to relax in land, the resort’s Spa offers revitalizing treatments that combine the mystical power of indigenous plants, herbs and expert touch. The spa mingles with nature and is as much an outdoor experience as it is an indoor one. Before your treatment, relax in the jacuzzi or outdoor soaking tub and indulge in a massage by the Mayan Riviera in one of our Mexican Huts. This Spa transcends time and offers a taste of ancient Mayan culture with its authentic Mayan Temazcal (ancient herbal steam bath). Within the Temazcal a rich and unexpected experience awaits with a Chaman guiding you through a cleansing ritual that is based on an ancient rite of passage. Next, grab your backpack, snorkel equipment and underwater camera (you can purchase one in our gift shop) for a perfect afternoon exploring the spectacular underwater life of Chankanaab National Park. Just minutes from the resort, the park offers wonderful snorkellng. Search for the Christ sculpture during your snorkel tour. Every day, the park offers a guided tour through the archeological ruins and for an additional cost, it offers an outdoors show, where you will observe sea lions show or even swim with the dolphins to experience these friendly creatures in their natural environment.
With four restaurants and bars, guests can select a range of dining options to satisfy their tastes. Experience all-day, ocean-side dining under El Caribeño’s giant open-air palapa – its buffet breakfast is not to be missed. By the beach you will find Caña Brava Bar & Grill, ideal for a light lunch and refreshing cocktails. At the poolside Sayab, guests enjoy fresh-made Caribbean cocktails without leaving their lounge chair. For dinner, enjoy a Prime USDA meat in NAPA GRILL Steak & Seafood or the sunset at El Caribeño Bar while you discover the cocktail of the day during our daily Happy Hour with the best view of the Caribbean. If you are more into Italian cuisine, dinner at Alfredo Di Roma offer an authentic northern Italian taste with its famous Fetuccini Alfredo and the island's most complete wine cellar and Cuban habanos. While dining, enjoy the soothing guitar sounds of Antonio Loranca. Finally, cap off your night with live music and salsa dancing at Tiki Tok just minutes from the resort.
The Mayans considered Cozumel sacred to Ixchel, the Mayan moon goddess, and the island was a place of pilgrimage, particularly for women in search of fertility. At the sites of ancient temples, archaeologists often uncover the small dolls that were once offered in sacrifice as part of the fertility rituals.
If you want to enjoy a first-class experience, we provide as one of our additional services private airport pick up and drop off services.
Cozumel Island is known for the best diving in the western hemisphere. What many do not know is Cozumel is also a major nesting ground for the loggerhead and the hawksbill sea turtles. These amazing creatures nest primarily on the south side of the island. If you are on the island between May and October, you can witness this amazing experience as you walk through the beaches accompanied by a biologist, while experiencing the behavior of the marine turtle first hand. Every year, thousands of sea turtles arrive on Cozumel's eastern coast in order to lay their eggs. A sanctuary is in operation to protect the nests of this endangered species. The island also has one of the world's most beautiful coral reefs.
Cozumel is a very safe place. You can walk around late at night without worrying about your security.