The Nachi Cocom Beach Club & Water Sports Center is a great place to relax during your time in Cozumel. Space for this unique Nachi Cocom Beach Club is limited to 100 guests per day, making it the most exclusive beach on the island.
This was the best part of our cruise! I wish I could just fly back and spend a weekend. My boyfriend and I most def ate and dank beers and cocktails well beyond the price we paid. Get their early so you can sit under a thatched umbrella. Also the beach bathrooms are very nice and clean.
All I can say is what a deal!! They charge $55US and its all you can eat and drink. We arrived late, 1:30 and stayed until 6:30, and there were only about 10 or so people there when we got there and had the place to ourselves after. Even with so few people the staff there didn't hurry or badger us in any way shape or form. Beautiful beach, clean facilities, loads of room beautiful pool and grounds. There are resorts on either side a walk down the beach and they were packed like sardines. A great, unhurried gem. Another highly recommended place.
Loved this place. It was a 16.00 cab ride to get there. But so worth it. The beach, people and food were amazing. We also did the snorkeling that they offered, It was nice as it was the low season when we were there, so not very many people there. My daughter and I were the only ones to do the snorkeling. They still took the boat out, even though there were only the two of us. We had our own private snorkel tour. It was our first time doing anything like this and it was such an amazing way to experience it. I wanted to stay out even longer!!!!
The service we received there was great! I would highly recommend this if your looking for a place to relax, kick back, and just enjoy the sand, water and the views!!!!
I should tell you we had a horrible time so you don't go here and ruin this little secret. We are cruising back to Cozumel in February and will definitely spend our day here again. Not crowded. Very quiet. Lots of all-inclusive food and drinks. Staff was awesome. Make sure you book before you get there. They do only admit 100 people. Don't go here expecting a spring break experience. The water is pristine. But like I said, don't go here and ruin this quiet place. Head over to Mr. Sanchos and take a tequila shot and dance to rap music.
Beach was great, service was awesome and the food was wonderful. Shrimp and guacamole were delicious, and the coconut ice cream with Kahlua (get a double shot!) was a perfect way to end the day. Relaxing beach day!
This is EXCELLENT if you're into a quiet beach day with a great pool and a SUB! Swim Up Bar. All inclusive. Good food. Nice beach. A short taxi ride from the port. Would do it again. Better than Chacanabb we have done several times. Limited to only 100 people, so it's not crowded and NO VENDORS TRYING TO SELL YOU STUFF.
Beautiful beach - they also had a nice pool and hot tub which we did not use. Drinks were wonderful and they did NOT skimp on the alcohol! Food was fantastic. Clean restrooms. Very quiet. Lovely day - definitely recommend this all-inclusive beach.
Great Location, nice Beach and Pool with swim/walk up bar.
Drinks were plentiful and they did not skimp on the liquor. The food was good and service was outstanding.
Only drawback was getting there and back. My husband is handicapped and the entrance to Nachi Cocom was not easily navigable.
This all day beach day was the best part of our cruise. Beach was beautiful, and the wait staff took very good care of us, keeping us full of food and drinks the entire day. Would definitely book this again.
We had reserved a spot at Nachi Cocom for the day based on online recommendations and we were not disappointed. After about a 20 mins., $16 each way taxi ride from the port, we were warmly greeted at Nachi Cocom with a glass of champagne. It was a slow day, with maybe 60 other guests the entire time we were there. We were offered cocktails, pop, and water all day and a lunch of traditional Mexican entrees was offered and served to us right on the beach. Manuel, our server, could not have been more attentive. We also appreciated the free wifi.
Cozumel: Why were we late getting off at Cozumel? We docked on time but we were 45 minutes late getting the all clear....this was a walk off people not a tender port. Still we got off at 750am and did some shopping before our taxi to Nachi Cocom. This is a private resort that you book ahead of time as they only allow 100 people a day. It's a beautiful smaller beach than some others, but we fell in love with the peace and quiet. No water toys,but it's all inclusive and the swim up bar and massage area(small fee) and hanging hammocks with beach chairs and umbrellas food and drinks.....makes it worth the price of admission! The food is served at your beach chairs and it's wonderful. They still have the normal jet skis,banana boat, snorkeling and parasailing available for a cost if you want to do that too. We used to do the party places along the strip (paradise beach, san francisco etc. etc.) but when we found this place and the girls were no longer interested in water toys we found this place and have never looked back.
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