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We recently visited Nachi Cocom during a Empress stop in Cozumel. We disembarked and walked through the cruise port to the taxi stand and immediately took the 15-20 minute $17 US drive south to the day resort. The cost was $55 per person with an $11 per person deposit. We received a confirmation upon booking which we printed out and took to the resort.

Our driver dropped us off at the entrance and we were warmly greeted by the staff member who took our picture and briefed us on the process. We were then directed to the reception area in the restaurant where we paid the remaining balance and were introduced to our waiter for the day and taken to our palapa not far from the pool. We had two beach chairs, and the option to buy some extras. We chose the floating beach mat for $7 for the day. Later I purchased a massage in the nearby massage tent for a much more reasonable cost than on the ship we were sailing.

The complimentary drinks were cold, delicious and plentiful. Our waiter, visited us often and took great care of us. Our ship was set to sail at 6:30, so we left a little before 4 in order to do some souvenir shopping in the port. To get a cab, all we needed to do was let our waiter know what time we wanted to leave, and he handled all the details. I left him a generous tip, told him we would be back and thanked him for the great service.

I am certain there are other spots on Cozumel where once can have a great experience. We chose Nacho Cocom because of it's reputation as a quieter and more low key destination.

 

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Loved that place and we got the best massages. $55 for free drinks and full lunch is well worth it.  The only thing I wish they had, and we ask the manager about this, was an area to shower and change afterward. There was the shower outside and the small toilet though.. he said they were planning something soon.

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16 hours ago, RestingBirds said:

Heading to Cozumel in March of '18, and was planning on staying on the ship...now you have me second guessing.  Is Nachi Cocom baby friendly?  I love the pics, might have to check it out.

This place sounds great! We'll be in Cozumel the end of March 2018 and we will probably spend the day there. Here's a link to the Nachi homepage. I think you'll find your answer there about children..http://www.cozumelnachicocom.com/

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We were just there last week, June 2nd, and can echo the same experience above, I don't drink but my wife does, I was supplied with cold bottled water all day, never had to ask, food was amazing, the taxi summons by the waiter was the least painful I have experienced in the Caribbean, by the time we told the waiter we were ready to leave the taxi had already arrived before we could get everything put back up in our travel bags.

Can't reference the baby, we were kid less (Grand parents).

My understanding is the Mr. Sancho's is the party place and Nachi Cocom is the quieter more laid back beach...

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On 6/9/2017 at 10:04 PM, RestingBirds said:

Heading to Cozumel in March of '18, and was planning on staying on the ship...now you have me second guessing.  Is Nachi Cocom baby friendly?  I love the pics, might have to check it out.

It's like any other beach for baby friendliness...the bathrooms don't have changing tables...there is an absence of US construction codes, but I don't think that's a huge issue. You can pretty much wheel a stroller around the restaurant and pool area, but I don't recall any ramps. Bring lots of sunscreen. The palapas are large and offer lots of shade coverage. 

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19 minutes ago, klaconqueso said:

I keep coming back to this post to look at the pictures - we'll be back here on leg one of our Allure B2B (honeymoon!) and is one of the stops we are most excited about. We fell in love with Nachi on our Brilliance cruise this past November and we can't wait to go back.

You know, Kayla, repeat visitors to Nachi get a free commemorative tattoo! 

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