Nachi Cocom All Inclusive Resort Cozumel Mexico

This peaceful seascape at Nachi Cocum is a welcomed change from the animated scramble that often is Cozumel. Cozumel has so much to offer, stunning beaches, steamy beach parties, exhilarating excursions, and some of the world’s best food in my opinion. Here, at Nachi Cocom Beach Resort, my busy mind is finally hushed and I slip into blissful relaxation. I have been to a few all inclusive resorts in Cozumel, Mexico, Nachi Cocom is now my favorite.

“The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination, and brings eternal joy to the soul”


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Nachi Cocom is a short 15 to 20 minute ride from either of the cruise ports in Cozumel, Puerta Maya or Punta Langosta. This intimate resort holds 130 guests and costs $55 for an all inclusive resort experience.

Though it is small, Nachi Cocom has a lot to offer and it may be a pleasant surprise to what you might expect at an all inclusive resort.

Nachi Cocom Resort Cozumel

Up the slight incline from the taxi drop-off is a large seating area that is open on all sides. The breeze moves the grass flowing from roof and there are plenty of comfortable chairs and tables. A small podium is set up with an employee taking payment for the guests. It was a slight wait for me, maybe 5 minutes as they worked down the line taking MasterCard or cash payments and providing a wristband for the day pass.

Between the eating area and the pool is a sunken bar, you can see the pool out the back.

Many options of seating are available near the pool or the ocean. Crowds are not an issue here, there would plenty of places to pick from even if we were at capacity. My group chose spot by the pool. There are loungers, wicker love-seats and chairs, and tables with umbrellas and chairs to choose.

The Pool was really nice and clean. The hot tub is connected to the pool and looks very inviting. I love how you can stand behind the pool and see both the pool and the ocean with the palm trees!

Nachi Cocom

The pool and hot tub have a swim up access to the bar which was really handy and the bartenders were very attentive and friendly. I got several margaritas and they were delicious!

Nachi Cocom Pool

Down the stairs from pool, I took a walk in the sand to get to the beach. Along the way there is a directional sign, massage salon, another smaller bar, and hammocks.

And then there was beach! This is a quiet and most relaxing beach! The water is really pretty and the sand is semi-coarse. On either side of this beach there is natural undeveloped land. Beyond that on one side only is Mr. Sancho’s Resort, you can tell because of the blow-up water slides and activities.

There is a pier here as well, it is painted white and if you are close you can tell there are some chips from that paint. It is a fun place to walk out on and get a picture of the resort from the ocean’s view. I found this place extremely clean too, with plenty of chairs.

The food building is very nice, it sits along the beach with a great view of the ocean. The food was fantastic. The service was great as well, we had several servers coming to help us or bring us drinks, food, etc. They were all very responsive to our needs.

With the all inclusive resort cost, you are allowed one appetizer, one soup or salad, one entree and one desert. They have really spicy pico de gallo, but it hurt so good!! Plus tons of guacamole. It was awesome!

In summary, if you are looking for a change of pace from the typical Cozumel party vibe, check out Nachi Cocom. It is a great place to relax for a day while you are in port!

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