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Using the pillars of Mexican gastronomy they have created a contemporary Mexican cuisine using the freshest local ingredients available.
You can find delicious pasta, salads, and the best cuts of Angus beef and the freshest seafood this side of the Caribbean.
Kondesa´s Menu is a mix of traditional Mexican roots, with a delicate balance of Asian and Mediterranean influences.
After nearly 40 years of service, is an icon within the urban image of the island and number one meeting place.
Royal Village Shopping Center
A "must" when visiting Cozumel! You won't be disappointed. Family-friendly. Staff is courteous, knowledgeable and always available.
Museum of Cozumel Island
Located in a restored hotel, Museo de la Isla De Cozumel features exhibits on the island's origins, indigenous species, geography, and coral-reef ecology. Be sure not to miss the photos of Cozumel’s dramatic metamorphosis over the last two centuries and the recreation of a typical Mayan home.
Chankanaab National Park
Chankanaab, which means "small sea," has something for everyone: a saltwater lagoon, an archaeological park, and a botanical garden with reproductions of a Mayan village and Olmec, Toltec, Aztec, and Mayan stone carvings scattered throughout. The waters off the beach are calm and swimmable. Snorkelers and divers can explore underwater caverns, a sunken shipwreck with barnacle-covered cannons and anchors, and a sculpture of “la Virgen del Mar (Virgin of the Sea).”
Tour the ancient Mayan ruins of San Gervasio, El Cedral, El Mirador, La Tumba del Caracol and The Lighthouse of Punta Celarain on the southern tip of the island.
By far the largest handcraft and souvenir store on the Island, Viva Mexico offers works by only the finest Mexican designers. All handcrafts are individually crafted in ceramics, talavera, pewter, glassware and much more.
Mexico is famous for its silver and most come from Taxco, where the majority of the products they sell here are made. The Silver Emporium’s platters and service pieces, some decorated with precious stones, have a distinctly Mexican flair.
Punta Langosta Mall
Located across from the cruise pier, this upscale shopping mall features several jewelry, sportswear, and souvenir stores, as well as ice cream shops and restaurants.
San Miguel Church
Dating back to the 16th century, this intimate Catholic church features striking architecture with several ancient sculptures in the church.
Hotel Casa Mexicana Cozumel
Rafael E. Melgar #457, Entre Calles 5 y 7,
Col Centro, CP 77600, Cozumel Q. Roo, Mexico
"We keep coming back"Janet M - Egg Harbor Township, Nueva Jersey
"Friendly Casa Mexicana!"Babskull - Racine, Wisconsin
"Very impressed!"Rebeca de Boer - Yakima, Washington
"Pleasantly surprised!"Cheryl H - Chaska, Minnesota
"Nice Experience"FloweGirlCo - Denver, Colorado, USA
"Great in-town location. Very Clean, great service"BobInATL37 - Atlanta, Georgia, USA
"A great hotel and stay"Joby01 - USA
"Excellent Stay and Very Safe"Donna B - Texas, USA
"Great breakfast for the price"Christine K
"Great hotel near downtown Cozumel"Montana Rustler - Logan, Utah, USA
"The Only Place to Stay"Phmusic - Fort Worth, Texas, USA
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