The Days Inn is clean and our shower was hot enough, but not great water pressure. The beds were double mattress on wooden slats and were too soft, so we put one on top of the other and that was ok; we didn't need 2 double beds. Not a good place for kids, we were two adults. We were there for Carnaval Week, and it was pretty noisy until the wee hours. Plus there were dogs in the neighborhood that woke us up in the middle of the night. The staff was receptive to calls when guests were noisy after 10 or 11 at night. The continental breakfast is coffee, juice, and toast, so don't bother, but you can get breakfast within walking distance. There is hardly any foliage on the trees, and many many buildings are still destroyed. The el centro district looks pretty good though and lots of places to eat. The snorkeling was a big disappointment, so if that's what you like to do, I would skip Cozumel altogether. The deeper reefs seemed to look better, but we don't dive. The shallow reefs were partly covered by sand. The National Nature Park was closed, their botanical garden apparently wiped out. The beach clubs were nice if you like sandy beaches with no coral or fish. Recommend getting a car if you stay in town so you can easily get to the beach clubs and the east side of the island. The Days Inn was worth 30-40 a night but don't pay more. There are lots of small hotels closer to the center of town; Days Inn was a bit of a walk late at night when you're tired for swimming all day, and parking is a problem at night, so you don't want to drive into the center. We never went into the Pool at the Days Inn, but it looked clean. The jacuzzi was not functioning. We never ate dinner at their restaurant but they were open for meals at very reasonable prices.
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