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Royal Caribbean Announces Beach Club in Cozumel Opening 2026

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If you’re cruising to Cozumel with Royal Caribbean, get ready to elevate your beach experience! Beach clubs are a staple for cruisers spending the day on the island, with hotspots like Mr. Sanchcos and Paradise Beach offering a variety of activities, food, and refreshing drinks for day-trippers.

Royal Caribbean International has just unveiled plans for its very own beach club experience: Royal Beach Club Cozumel, slated to open its shores in 2026. Nestled along the western coast of Cozumel, Mexico, this exciting venture promises to be a game-changer for families seeking sun-soaked adventures.

The announcement, made by Jason Liberty, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean Group, and Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, alongside key figures from Quintana Roo’s tourism department and the mayor of Cozumel, underscores a commitment to showcasing Mexico’s beauty to guests while bolstering ties with the local community.

Expressing his enthusiasm, Jason Liberty stated, “We are thrilled to strengthen our ties with the local community and government to continue showcasing the beauty of Mexico to our guests. Our expansion aligns with the increasing global demand for extraordinary vacation experiences, allowing our guests to immerse themselves in the rich cultures and landscapes of the places they visit.”

Michael Bayley echoed this sentiment, adding, “The excitement for our Royal Caribbean destinations has been growing ever since we unveiled Royal Beach Club Paradise Island in The Bahamas, set to open in 2025. Now, we’re delighted to introduce the next chapter with Royal Beach Club Cozumel. This stunning destination perfectly complements the island’s allure, offering a blend of Royal Caribbean charm with the vibrant spirit of Mexico, along with amenities and activities to suit every family member.”

At Royal Beach Club Cozumel, guests will be treated to a long list of experiences including swim-up bars, dedicated pools for relaxation and family fun, private cabanas, snorkeling, kayaking, and more. Think private island minus the private. The various dining spots will offer scenic views and authentic Mexican flavors, along with a bustling street market and engaging activities such as tequila tastings and cooking classes.

Mara Lezama, governor of Quintana Roo, expressed her pride in the partnership, stating, “We are honored that Royal Caribbean International has selected Quintana Roo to establish Royal Beach Club Cozumel, enriching the experience for countless visitors to our enchanting island. Our administration remains committed to fostering collaborations with the private sector to develop modern, sustainable infrastructure and create local employment opportunities. Projects like these underscore our dedication to maintaining our position as the premier port of call in Latin America.”

As an excursion option for those visiting the port, Royal Beach Club Cozumel is set to redefine family fun in Cozumel. Stay tuned for more details on pricing and included amenities for visiting guests. Currently, entrance fees, including all-inclusive drinks and food, at existing clubs average $95 per adult and $40-$50 per child, excluding transportation.

Lisa Arneill
Lisa Arneill
Canadian mom of 2 busy boys (one with #ASD), photo addict, lover of adventure and wrinkly dogs. Also founder of Growing Your Baby - a parenting website.

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