Cozumel

Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive


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The Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive offers a casual, comfortable, and inviting vacation experience certain to satisfy one-and-all. This beautiful beachfront resort is directly across the street from the island's premier golf course, which was imagined by the Nicklaus Design Group. San Miguel, Cozumel's main shopping area, is just three miles away.

Featuring an array of amenities, facilities, and unlimited amounts of fun, the Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive is the perfect place to enjoy the crystal-clear Caribbean Sea and the white-sand beaches for which the resort is well known.

The whole family will enjoy the fun-packed Flintstones Land theme area. The Flintstones have found the perfect place for their vacation! Look for them at the Yabba-Dabba-Doo Bazaar and the Bamm Bamm kids club.

Daytime entertainment includes aquaerobics, beach volleyball, cooking, spanish and bartending classes, and Latin dance lessons. Watersports include windsurfing, kayaking, and some of the best snorkeling in the world. To wind down, be sure to check out the spa with its array of body treatments. Therapeutic massages, facials, manicures, and pedicures will really help you relax.

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HOTEL LOCATION
The property is 3 miles from the town of San Miguel, on the northwest coast of the island, on one of the largest extensions of natural beach in Cozumel. The property is 10 minutes away from the Cozumel airport.
Address: Carretera Costera Norte Km 5.8 Zona
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Local Phone: +52-987-87-29870
Toll Free Phone: 1-888-956-3542
Fax: 011-52-987-87-20995
HOTEL FACILITIES
Boutique Shops
Car Rental
Concierge
Currency Exchange
Disco / Nightclub
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Meeting Rooms
Parking(Complimentary)
Physician on Call
Pools
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
Swim-up Bar
There are two outdoor swimming pools offering a range of pool activities, including inflatable games and scuba instruction.
Golf: NEARBY
Cozumel Country Club
World class Golf with 6,734 yard, par 72 golf course designed by Nicklaus. Spectacular inland lagoons, dense jungle, and variety of local flora and fauna.
Holes: 18
Green Fees: Fee
Tennis
Number of Courts: 1
Outdoor Courts: 1
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Complimentary
Scuba: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Complimentary
Paddle Boats: Complimentary
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Complimentary
Other Sports Available
Horseback Riding: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Aerobics: Complimentary
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Additional Charge
Steam Room: Complimentary
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
The Melia is a deluxe All-Inclusive beachfront resort featuring a distinct Mayan inspiration. Each of the 143 air-condi tioned rooms features a private balcony or patio, with a choice between Garden View Rooms and Oceanfront suites. Property features nightly entertainment, unlimited national and international brand drinks, and a variety of sports and activities. The only all-inclusive resort offering unlimited golf packages! Enjoy access to the second largest coral reef in the world. Beach: The Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive is situated on a long extension of beautiful sandy beach with palm trees and hammocks. Watersports and beach activities such as volleyball are available. Check-in: 3:00pm
Check-out: 12:00pm
Total Rooms: 143
Year Opened: 1976 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
No handicap accessible rooms. Maximum of two children aged 2-12 years sharing a room with one or two paying adults. No pets allowed. Room service is not included in the All-Inclusive Plan.
ROOM TYPES
ROYAL SUITE
Junior Suite with ocean view, 2 double beds or king bed, and a balcony or terrace.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
MELIA OCEAN VIEW ROOM
Deluxe ocean-view with 2 double beds or 1 king bed, balcony or terrace.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
MELIA GARDEN VIEW ROOM
Deluxe Garden view with 2 double beds or 1 king, balcony or terrace.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
PREMIUM OCEANFRONT
Ocean view room with one king or two double beds. Includes VIP status, strategic location and panoramic views, rain shower, deluxe bath amenities, bathrobes and slippers, coffee maker and complimentary coffee set the day of arrival.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
MELIA GARDEN VIEW FAMILY
Deluxe Garden view with 2 double beds or 1 king, private balcony or terrace. Room will allow 2 adults and 3 children 12 and under only.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
MELIA GARDEN VIEW WITH GOLF
Deluxe Gardenview room with 2 double beds or 1 king, balcony or terrace. Unlimited Golf (all).
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Bathtub
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite

OTHER INFO
Rollaway and crib subject to availability.
Wifi and Room service ($)
DINING
Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips
There are 4 Restaurants at Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive:
La Isla - International buffet open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner service in a tropical Caribbean atmosphere next to the beach.
La Iguana Grill - A la carte dinner with international grilled dishes served in an outdoor restaurant looking out over the ocean. Resort-casual dress code. Reservations required. Open seasonally.
Café Paraiso - A la carte dinner with international cuisine and a wine list in an elegant atmosphere. Resort-formal dress code applies. Reservations required.
Restaurante La Iguana - Outdoor snack bar with traditional snacks and regional cuisine during the daytime by the pool or at the beach.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Snorkeling, Kayaking, Windsurfing, Dance Lessons, Beach Volleyball, Dive Store, Tennis and Soccer courts, Batting cage, Archery, Game Room, and Mini Golf.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Nightly shows, Live Music, Fire Show, Mariachi Band, Mexican Party, Disco
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Flintstones-land, Yabba Dabba Doo Bazaar, and Bamm Bamm Club. Videozone, Pirate themed park, "Kids Car Ed" mini highway with electric cars.
Applicable Ages: 4 to 12 years old

Children's Facilities
PlayGround
Game Room
Teen Disco
Babysitting Fee: Hourly
Advance Notice for Babysitting: 24 hours

Apple Vacations Customer Satisfaction Score
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335 Recommend
335 past Apple Vacationers would recommend Melia Cozumel Golf-All Inclusive to their friends and family



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Apple Vacations Traveller Reviews
Unhappy with this vacation
RONALD V.
Jul 11 2018
We always book our vacations thru Apple for the past 15 years. This will be the last time we use your service. Your rating was way off and we picked this hotel because of the name of the resort. We have had very great vacations with other Melia resorts but this resort does not live up to its name. The Apple rep gave all of the customers with bad service, never on time, and misleading info on trips. We booked a dinner cruise for $136.00 USD and had to cancel it do to it was over booked. He would not give us a credit back on our charge card. Instead he gave us a credit voucher and said it would take about 2 weeks to get posted back on our card. Now we wait and have to make calls to our bank which is a waste of my time. The resort was old and run down, the beach was full of seaweed, the water was brown, and the food was below average. Also there was a wall vent looking into all of the showers and behind each vent ther was a hole broken out of the cement wall and you could see into each shower.. Creepy. I want my money back ASAP.. Please advise. Ron Vilardell
Customer Rating: 

Relaxing resort
DALE L.
Mar 30 2018
We had a relaxing, low key experience at the Melia resort. The staff were a highlight - always friendly, engaging and seeking to please us. We spent lots of time at the pool, walking the beach, using the exercise facility, reading and relaxing. We experienced all of the "reservation" restaurants in the evenings for a step up in dining and the rest of our meals at the buffet. Great variety throughout.
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Great resort for the price
MARK H.
Feb 03 2018
We were pleasantly surprised at how nice the hotel was for the price. The food in both the buffet and specialty restaurants was very good. Drinks were good and you can get top shelf liquor. The beach had a lot of seaweed which discolored the water some. The water at bars and restaurants had a bit of an off taste. Thought it might be the ice since I didn't notice it the couple of times I had water with no ice. Bottle water is available in your room. Tennis court was in pretty good shape. Overall very pleased with resort and would return.
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Hotel Review
JIMMY H.
Jul 24 2017
Over all the hotel was nice but our room never did get cool and the ice box only keep the drinks cool.
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Loved our stay at the Melia in Cozumel
TIM D.
Feb 03 2017
We had a fantastic stay… Although the hotel is a bit smaller than what we are used to… The beach is absolutely fabulous and the grounds are kept very very clean and the staff is excellent I would recommend this place to anyone
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Excellent Every Time
CHARLES L.
Feb 02 2017
We have been to this resort twice and never disappointed. Everything was exceptional
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SANDRA P.
Nov 09 2016
I HAD A BLAST!!! AND WILL CERTAINLY RETURN.
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Melia Resort in Cozumel
SUSAN P.
Apr 13 2016
We had such a great stay at the Melia in Cozumel. The rooms were comfortable, to our surprise our entire group of 13 was upgraded to beach front balcony rooms!! Daily activities and nightly entertainment was so fun (thank you to Carlos!), food and drinks were really good, staff was friendly and accommodating and the beach was FABULOUS! I would definitely stay at the Melia again and would definitely recommend it.
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RANDELL P.
Mar 28 2016
The entertainment staff was excellent! Hotel well maintained and always working to improve. Beach was beautiful!
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Melia's Cozemel
RICHARD Z.
Mar 23 2016
The buffets at the hotel were outstanding! The staff was so wonderful and accommodating. The rooms on the other hand were very humid and the air conditioner didn't seem to work. The restaurant's service was very slow, but you know what you are on vacation, don't be in a hurry.
Customer Rating: 

Very pleased
CORRINE I.
Mar 22 2016
This as usual was a wonderful trip. Hotel was perfect as we spend 90% of our time outside. Staff was amazing, friendly and so helpful.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Third year at Melia and didn't want to come home!
havensd, Rockwall, Texas
Wed Jul 18 12:09:47 EDT 2018
This was our third year in a row to stay at Melia Cozumel, and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute. We always love the activities that Carlos, Majo and the rest of the staff provides by the pool and on the beach! The activities pool and the adults only pool are always clean and there's always plenty of poolside chairs to lounge on. The beach is probably the best on the island and the staff work very hard to keep the seaweed raked away, however the seaweed rolling in the week we were there was worse than I've seen in the past, which is no fault of Melia (natural occurrence). We had a premium room that overlooked the ocean, which was very large and clean. I slept better that week than I sleep all year at home! We had a late departure on our last day and the staff was able to accommodate a late checkout for us, which allowed us to stay on the beach longer! The food is not 5 stars, but considering the number of people they cook for each day, I thought it was very good. The only problem we had was that my daughter absent mindedly left her purse in the lobby one night. The purse was returned to us the next day, which we were very grateful for. Unfortunately it had $90 missing out of her wallet. Life lesson for my daughter on being more careful about keeping up with her things. My family truly loves the Melia Cozumel and count many of the people who work there as friends. Can't wait to see our friends again next summer!!

It was adequate but there is room for improvement.
MonaLisaTS,
Wed Jul 18 10:45:50 EDT 2018
We checked in on Thursday Jul 12th for a 5day, a 4night stay. We got to the resort before we could get our room key but we were still given our arm bands and access to the resort. That was a good sign. Hassel checked us in and each morning when I went to him with a question or request he called me by my name which was also a nice touch. ROOM-They did try to do an up sell on a larger room and even tried to negotiate a cheaper deal (Asked me what would I be willing to pay for a larger room. Uhm...nothing!!) when I declined. And I'm glad I held firm because our room was ample size for 1 adult, 1 teen and 1 tween. The room was stocked w sodas, water and beer. I would have preferred that it be stocked with rum or tequila rather than beer but you get what you get. They do account for everything so if you ask for more sodas, your sodas better be "gone" or you won't get more. They only replenish what you consume so if you want more, drink them or stash them for later. The refrigerator was ill-placed if you asked me. It was jammed up against one of the beds/closet area. The room was clean. Shower clean..A definite must have for me. I know we are in Mexico but I think we had 2 English-speaking channels. Even the subtitles for the other channels were in Spanish. I suppose the intent is to keep you out of the room doing activities. I also noticed that the button on the phone for the front desk doesnt work. Or it didn't work in our room. I guess they say if it's important you will come to the lobby and tell them in person. FOOD/DRINK--There were 3 restaurants that served surf n turf, Mexican and Italian. Reservations are required. Good luck finding the head waiter to reserve a spot because space is limited. I'm used to all inclusive resorts having a set location to make reservations. If you couldn't get into one of the restaurants there was an international buffet that tried to offer options. However, the menu was somewhat limited if you are bringing children. Where is the nonstop hot dogs and burgers? There was a snack bar/grill that served some traditional dishes like hot dogs and burgers but some of the things on the menu were not available. Don't go midday for lunch or be prepared to wait for a while because they tend to be short staffed during the day. I tipped often and the service did not improve but the staff definitely worked hard...And especially hard for guests who never tipped (I was watching). It was hard to get any food that was hot. Everything was precooked and lukewarm to room temp..some of the food was just plain cold. And between Sunday and Monday, I had something that made me sick. Not sure if it was food that was sitting around but I was literally out of commission until this morning (Wednesday). The drinks were watered down...Even when I got hip and started to ask for "mucho" alcohol it was still weak. ACTIVITIES- There were daily activities near the family pool but after a day or so I got tired of walking down to see what was planned for the day and evening. We did catch one Mexican show in the theater and a Mariachi show one other night. Of course the adult only pool was the popular spot in the center of the resort but since I came w my kids we were confined to the very much kiddie pool towards the back of the resort. SPA- I scheduled a 50min aromatherapy massage one afternoon. Not sure it was the best option on a Mexi-Caribbean island with daily temps in the high 80s. But Evelyn was a great masseuse. She could tell I was going through some things because I know my muscles were tight. It was a great massage and worth the $78 USD. GIFT SHOP- Check the dates on the candy. Some of that stuff has been sitting there for a while. And even when I showed them that the candy was old (and a white guy was in the gift shop and cosigned that the candy looked old to him), they (Esther and her boss) tried to debate the issue with me. The candy is overpriced anyway, just exchange the mess and let me go. Even the front desk was trying to act like they were unsure that it was old. Chocolate is not supposed to look grey. SHOPPING- We ventured into downtown San Miguel twice. The taxi was $8 USD or 95pesos each way. It's amazing that 95pesos is about $5USD but if you don't pay in pesos they mark it up another $3. The hotel will exchange your money for you but you get less for your money. I kept hearing about using the ATM to get Mexican dollars but the hotel only had a ATM that dispensed American money. I wasnt crazy enough to use an ATM in the city. Nearly every shop near the ferry/cruise ports sold the same thing. Very high pressures sales people. But if you traveled enuff you know if you are getting a good deal on tshirts, booze and handbags. OVERALL-- My kids and I enjoyed our stay. It's a small resort which makes everything somewhat easy to get to. There could be some areas of improvement for kids over 12 but not of drinking age. It was somewhat limited for them. Figure out how to keep the food hot!! I don't think I would return just because I like to travel to different places. But it is quaint and not a bad choice for a quick getaway.

Photo Session - Monica Escatel
lwarkburton, Grand Blanc, Michigan
Tue Jul 17 11:50:56 EDT 2018
We enjoyed a wonderful family session with Monica Escatel on the beach. She was prompt, took tons of beautiful photos for us to choose from, ensured we all looked our best, made sure the lightening and background was gorgeous. I highly recommend her if you are looking for some beautiful pics to enjoy forever. Monica was a delight to work with! Thanks! Laura from Michigan

Amazing Resort - Destroyed by terrible food.
LuvinGCM, Wesley Chapel, Florida
Mon Jul 16 07:36:57 EDT 2018
The resort is beautiful. The rooms are well appointed, we had an ocean view room in the front building. Beds are very comfortable. The staff on site could not be more accommodating or friendly - very helpful people. The bartenders are amazing and the drinks are on point. The beach and pool areas are spectacular - probably one of the nicest beaches I have been to in Cozumel - very well maintained and cleaned up daily from all the sawgrass that is all over the Caribbean right now. The issue with this all-inclusive resort is the food service. First they have 3 restaurants and a buffet. The restaurants take a very limited number of guests on a nightly basis - while they certainly have room to accommodate far more guests than they do - we ate at the three restaurants, we were told that they were fully booked, and yet only 30% of the tables were in use. I suspect the hotel does this to drive people to the buffet. The Mexican restaurant is an outside restaurant. We went on a Monday night - there were 4 tables with guests, the service was prompt but the food was not Mexican in any way - having traveled all over Mexico - this was a poor attempt at American Mexican food. I ordered a shrimp burrito - the shrimp were the tiny salad shrimp we get in the US, the rest of the burrito was cheese and it appeared to have been cooked in a panini press. It was tasteless. We went to the Argentinian restaurant the next night and it was the same kind of deal. My wife ordered the grouper and I ordered the flank steak - the piece of grouper was about the size of two grouper cheeks, and the flank steak was wafer thin. Yes I know they are thin normally, but this was nearly translucent - and again the food lacked any seasoning or flavor. On Friday we went to the Italian restaurant, which is actually just the porch off of the buffet, the food again was tasteless and bland. My wife ordered a flatbread pizza - which looked like the equivalent of a Tostino's frozen pizza in the US but had less flavor. I ordered the Lasagna - with red and white sauce - absolutely no seasoning or flavor. We tried to get into these restaurants on other nights, but were told they were booked and no reservations were available - so we went to the buffet - see pictures. The food at the buffet was like a bad school lunch buffet - it was the same food served in different forms every night - flavorless and disgusting. If you can stay at this resort without being forced into the all inclusive, I would - it's beautiful - but don't fall for the terrible food service. Suggestion to the management - your food service -

Our week stay at Melia Cozumel.
Stevesurles,
Sat Jul 14 15:45:16 EDT 2018
We had a pretty nice stay here but a couple if things caused our rating to go down. For one, my Ray Bans were taken from our room during our morning cleaning while we were at brunch. I wore my regular glasses to eat and upon returning the glasses were gone and housekeeping was the only one in the room. We reported it but never had them returned. The next evening we went to dinner and my son returned to the room to get something and found a housekeeper in our room for no apparent reason. She gave my son a chocolate and he got his item and left. We hadn’t had any housekeeping at that hour any other night (nor did we any other) and no cleaning was done. We found a towel laid out on the floor at the foot of our bed and several chocolates thrown on a messy bed. We never got any chocolates any other night so the whole situation was weird. My husband spoke with the office and they just blew it off and made some comment about being short staffed. We just had a very uncomfortable feeling the rest of our time. It was sad because the servers and the staff were all very friendly and we enjoyed the facility. The food was mediocre but the servers made the experience pleasant. They have a lot of activities if you wish to participate. The beach was very nice but the seaweed problem in the area effected the swimming in the ocean-not the fault of The Melia. We will probably not return do to our experience.



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