When I made my reservation I told them that I walked with a 4-wheeled rollator. In other words, I don't walk on my own. I wanted the beach and beautiful water that I could get to. That's why I chose Cozumel. However, if that is what you are interested in don't stay here. When I arrived, I noticed that the swimming pool was very crowded. Once I got to the beach, I realizd why the pool had so many people - there were massive boulders of coral on the waters' edge and into the water. There was no way a person, especially a physically handicapped person, could get into the water easily.
I was told not to worry about not being able to get into the water. The people at the resort told me I could go out on a snorkle trip each day to get my water fix in. That was going to eliminiate laying around on the beach (which there wasn't too much of because of the boulders anyway) but was also going to cost an additional $40 for each snorkle trip.
Needless to say, rather than ruin my vacation, I moved to another hotel that had a beautiful beach and everyone could get into the water without water shoes and getting marred up from coral.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Directly on the beach, in a rocky, coral–filled cove with unspoilt waters. A paradise for diving and snorkelling. Sub-tropical mangrove forest. Bungalows in typical local style. Second-largest reef in the World. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Iberostar Cozumel Hotel Cozumel
- Cozumel Iberostar
- Iberostar Cozumel Mexico