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Playa Corona/Corona Beach Club
Ranked #49 of 167 things to do in Cozumel
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Owner description: Soak up some rays at this beautiful white sand beach, featuring an outdoor cafe, workout equipment and relatively calm water for swimming and snorkeling.
Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

Snorkeling here is very good, got to see a different kind of fish, stingray and an eel, water was very clear and almost shallow.

Restaurant is god with decent food and drinks, price are reasonable. Free Wi-Fi and staff is very friendly and not pushy at all.

There is no cover and minimum consuming is 200 pesos about 11 dollars, you have access to tables and sun beds. Definitely recommend this place.

Thank Drolu08
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Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

We stopped in at Corona Beach Club after deciding not to visit Sky Reef, and upon sitting was offered the opportunity to order. Requested two beers, all was well. We also requested a food menu but opted to wait.

Upon informing waiter that we were going to wait to order food, he informed us that to stay we must spend $10/person. No problem, except how the information was presented. We had intended to stay awhile, as my husband wanted to snorkel.

All was fine until we went to pay our bill. They accept credit cards, but do not try to add a tip to the receipt even though there is a space to do so. They cannot alter the amount entered into the machine, for whatever reason. That wasn't an issue, however our waiter did not speak English well enough to explain the problem and we do not speak Spanish well enough to understand what he was trying to explain. We all experienced some frustrations trying to communicate until he left to get an English speaking co-worker.

After that, all was well. We left our tip in Pesos, though not in nearly as happy a mood as we had been moments prior. Something to note about the credit cards. If you want to pay with plastic, plan to leave a tip in cash.

Thank MaryH2003
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

Visited here several times. Small beach that's out of the way & a nice place to go have a drink & relax.

Thank DivinRod
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

This was a really nice place to visit, great access to snorkeling where we saw barracuda, a school of fish, stingray, and tons of other various fish. The owners of this place are serious about protecting the reefs which is appreciated. My only qualm was a cover charge of $5/person. No big deal, but he said he would add it to our tab at the end of the day, he did not. So we lost out on $20, plus what we spent on food and rinks while we were there. It was worth the $5 just to snorkel.

1  Thank Ashlduncan
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Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

There is a good size barracuda named
Ramona there. She even poses for you.
Nice place. Nice people. Prices are good.
Easy access to water. One can see Elkhorn
Coral in a protected zone. Was once very
Plentiful, but now very protected and
Making a slow comeback.

1  Thank kimlanita
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