Thursday, June 7, 2012


Cozumel aerial view
Cozumel Mexico Hotels (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Looking for a free hotel holiday on Cozumel Mexico?  You should remember in Google Mexico if you don't ask? Then you will not receive. This is true in Mexico that Cozumel hotels are not supposed to giving away free Cozumel accommodations however it is possible to get free Cozumel hotel nights or even an entire 7 night all inclusive vacation or even an entire holiday week right the beach resort in Cozumel Mexico for free if you play your cards right. Keep in mind that the average price of a Cozumel luxury hotels and beachfront vacation resort  has risen to an average of over $250 USD per night. Cozumel Family vacation may be all inclusive and may include Cozumel dive trips and vacations.

STEPS TO A FREE Cozumel luxury Hotel in Mexico.

1. Cozumel Mexico Travel Review Consultant
Become an online Beach Vacation Global Travel Consultant that publishes Cozumel luxury hotel reviews of the worlds top vacation destinations in the top fifty internet Google Mexico travel websites! The steps to publishing a Cozumel luxury hotel or a Cancun hotels packages review article are quite easy.

2.  Contact The Cozumel Mexico Resort Manager

Cozumel, Mexico
Cozumel, Mexico (Photo credit: Willamor Media)
Contact the Mexico Hotel Manager or the Cancun hotels sales & marketing department manager directly informing them that you are in the process of conducting a series of review articles to determine the top 10 travel resorts in the Caribbean dive resorts and was considering to do a  detailed review of this particular Cozumel all inclusive vacations resort.

3. Ask For Free Hotel Review

Tell the hotel manager that you wanted to know if he is interested in becoming one of the top 3 resorts listed in your Cozumel hotel and Cancun Mexico review along with all the free advertising and promotion that your hotel review would be generating?

4.  Ask Cozumel Hotels To Compliment your Mexico Vacation Week for Free.

A group of snorkelers observing undersea wildl...
A group of snorkelers observing undersea wildlife. Cozumel, Mexico, January 2004. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
If he is interested you then ask the Hotel Manager  that you were also wondering they have any incentive program that covers your stay at their resort while you conduct your Cozumel Mexico hotel review. In most cases if you are dealing with a foreign hotel management company in Cancun, Mexico like Melia Hotels, Holiday Inn, Marriott, Ramada, Accor, Sandals, Club Med or Barcelo Resorts they usually accept and offer you the entire weeks stay at their All -inclusive resort for free in order to ensure that your hotel review of their resort is the best review possible.

5. Free Hotel Benefits and Upgrades

The Cozumel hotels sales & marketing manager will most likely upgrade you to the most luxurious room in all of Cozumel beach with Free Mexico Scuba diving and also assign the hotel customer service manager to accompany you as you tour the facilities of their hotel in the hopes that you will write a stellar review of their Cozumel hotels, Mexican food, Scuba diving beach, resort accommodations, Mexican restaurants, Cancun attractions and of coarse their Cozumel all inclusive golf packages and luxury resort services.

6. Write a Stellar Cozumel Mexico Hotel Resort Review

During your weeks holiday make sure you take a lot of photos of the hotel and its staff while you also take a few hours each day to write a fantastic review about the best hotel in Cozumel, Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Puerta Vallarta and the entire Riviera Maya, and make sure you name the key hotel managers and staff that assisted you during your free vacation. This will ensure that the manager of the sales and marketing department can pass your great review of their Cozumel hotel to all the tourist and other guests that frequent their Mexico hotel.

7.  Submit Your Review Article  to Top 50 Mexico Travel Sites

Once you have written the Cozumel Hotels Review articles with lots of photos of your stay at the perfect Mexico Hotel All inclusive vacation package make sure you send your review with all the images of scuba diving in Cozumel Mexico and proper credits to the best 50 scuba diving hotel review magazines and online travel websites to have them published and distributed via the many online hotel review website systems that are very popular for article distribution in the Caribbean Luxury Hotel & Resort categories.

8.  Follow Up Cozumel Mexico Hotel Review Calls

After your top 50 Cozumel Mexico hotel review article has been published in all the Google Mexico websites, make sure you send a copy of the published reviews directly to the Mexican Hotel Manger with a follow up phone call thanking him for his excellent hospitality during your review of his hotel. This will ensure many other favorable reviews  will follow as other hotel managers in Cancun Mexico and the rest of the Caribbean will call him as your reference on your next hotel review. The other Mexico and Cancun hotel managers may even be calling your to offer you another free all inclusive holiday at their resort in exchange for another good review of their Cozumel luxury resort.

Remember if you want a free hotel right on a Mexican beach in Cozumel, then try becoming a Cozumel Mexico Cancun Travel Review Consultant and you will be surprised how easy it is to get a free Mexico Beach Hotel Holiday Vacation in exchange for a well written hotel review. See the links for direct contact with all the Cozumel & Cancun Mexico travel hotels & vacations consultants

Also visit Mexico, Cozumel, Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, Puerta Vallarta, Acapulco and Riviera Maya Hotels
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Friday, February 19, 2010


An immensely popular diving spot since 1961, when Jacques Cousteau, led by local guides, showed its spectacular reefs to the world, Cozumel lies 71km south of Cancún. Measuring 53km by 14km, it is Mexico’s largest island. Called Ah-Cuzamil-Peten (Island of Swallows) by its earliest inhabitants, Cozumel has become a world-famous diving and cruise ship destination. Hurricane Wilma did some serious damage to the snorkeling sites around the island, but most of the deep-water reefs missed the brunt of the storm. Sadly, the squadrons of eagle rays have dwindled, due to overfishing of the shellfish stocks – no shellfish, no eagle rays.

While diving and snorkeling are the main draws around here, the tourist zone offers lots of shopping ‘deals’ (often not very cheap) and a pleasant town square to spend the afternoon. In February there is a festive Carnival, which brings dancers festooned with feathers out into the streets. There are also some small Maya ruins and a few eco-themed parks.
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Friday, June 12, 2009



The island of Cozumel Mexico is one of the world's most popular destinations. Located about 40 miles off the shore of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel Mexico has a variety of intriguing activities, including scuba diving, snorkeling, golfing and a host of tours. Long before the Spanish began colonizing the island, the ancient Mayans inhabited Cozumel Mexico. The Mayans believed that the island held special powers to aid in fertility and childbirth. Women from all parts of Mayan civilization came to Cozumel Mexico to worship. Like the ancient Mayans, today many cruise ship passengers and tourists still flock to Cozumel Mexico each year.
Cruises are one of the more popular ways to visit Cozumel. Cozumel travel often involves a cruise ship tour of Cozumel and other spots along the Yucatan. The island also has its own airport, which makes Cozumel travel quite convenient. Depending on the location of your hotel and your specific Cozumel travel plans, you may want to rent a car at the airport. If not, there will be plenty of taxis waiting to take you wherever you need to go.
A typical Cozumel Mexico vacation can include anything from lying on the beach, to touring the jungle. Ancient Mayan civilizations still exist in their primitive form and tours of the ruins are readily available. Note that most tour companies do not operate on national holidays, so you may want to book your tour in advance to be sure you'll have a spot. Another popular tour takes place in the water. Dolphin Discovery Cozumel gives guest the chance to swim with dolphins. For a moderate fee, guests will be allowed to swim amongst, touch, and play with, dolphins. Although there are age requirements, the dolphin swim program is also an excellent choice for Cozumel family travel.


Cozumel is a great holiday destination for your family vacation. It doesn't take long to get to know waiters and guests by name at this cozy retreat on the island's north shore. Smooching couples and adventuresome kids all feel at home in the calm waters beside the hotel and on the small beach. Mellow ivory walls and dreamy blue fabrics, wicker furnishings, and plenty of windows
give the 50 rooms an airy, clean feeling. You won't find Frette and Bulgari here, but you'll get tangy margaritas by the pool, free access to the nearby golf course, and a complete break from crowds and noise. An added bonus: Spa packages offer discounts on aroma stone massages and other services at the serene on-site Savia Spa.
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The Presidente has long been the most luxurious resort on Cozumel, buried in thick palms and flowering shrubs beside a prime snorkeling and swimming beach. After Hurricane Wilma devastated its '70s-style open-air architecture in 2005, designer Bryan W. Tarrant came to the rescue with a redesign that injected
modern sophistication while retaining its endearing character. The facade and open-air corridors remain much the same, as do the blooming bougainvillea and hibiscus. But beds were shifted to face the sea in the 220 enlarged rooms and suites, and many of those were tricked out with ocean-view bathtubs, outdoor rain showers, iPod docks, and plasma-screen TVs. A peaceful adults-only pool replaced a patch of stripped-down jungle. Find further peace and quiet in the ultraprivate Reef Suite terraces or the Mandara Spa. A session in the temazcal (Mayan steam bath) inspires liquidity in mind and body—as do a few margaritas on the mango-colored couches at the seaside Caribeño restaurant.


There's something about swinging in a hammock in your own living room that perfectly fulfills fantasies of living in the tropics—especially when you're gazing through sliding glass doors straight out to sea. Rent one of these ten one-bedroom apartments for a week, and you just might consider spending a lifetime peeling papayas in the kitchen, snorkeling off the terrace, and soaking in the bathtub. Condumel looks like a modest Maya temple with its carved gray walls beside the blue water, but the bedrooms, sunken living rooms, and fully equipped kitchens are all modern. Sure it's a hassle going out to eat (there's no restaurant on site), but you'll feel like an islander shopping in produce markets and catching your own dorado for dinner. Bill Horn, Condumel's creator, owns the excellent Aqua Safari dive shop and puts together surprisingly reasonable dive




After two sweeping makeovers one before Hurricane Wilma and one after, the former Plaza las Glorias almost deserves its grand name. It's certainly a fortress—outsiders are banned from the all-inclusive property, and security is intense (no gawkers scarfing up free drinks by the infinity pool or bellying up to the breakfast buffet). Romance reigns in the 175 suites, most of which have hammocks on ocean-facing balconies and bubbling hot tubs by beds draped in gauzy fabric. The on-site dive shop is excellent, and tropical fish gather right off the rocky coast (transport to sandier spots is available for beach-lovers). The hotel is one of several Palace Resorts in the Mexican Caribbean, and many guests are members of the company's vacation ownership program. Families, take note: Though there is a children's program here, the vibe is overwhelmingly coupley.