“We stayed at Cozumel Palace… and I loved it (t)here. It is literally across the street from the Convention Center, and a block or two from the finish line. The food is great, the staff is incredible, and you can get room service at 5 a.m. before the restaurants open. Perfecto.”
Cozumel Palace knows that even Ironmen and Ironwomen need pampering. Guests can rest easy in gorgeous suites overlooking pristine Caribbean waters, while they enjoy delicious meals at any of the several restaurants at the resort.
After a day of enduring the elements in Cozumel, guests can treat sore, exhausted muscles to a deep-tissue massage at Cozumel Palace Awe Spa. For an even more unique experience, they can try the intriguing Fish Spa Experience where Garra Rufa fish, also known as “Doctor fish,” remove dead, calloused skin from triathlon-exhausted feet.
Here is the sporting events schedule for this fall in Cozumel.
Cozumel's Ironman 70.3 (September 30)
The Ironman “starter” series, if you like, is the Ironman 70.3. The triathlon includes 1.2 miles of ocean swimming, 56 miles of biking, and 13.1 miles of running.
Cozumel Triathlon (October 6)
Up to 1,000 triathletes are scheduled to take part in the Triatlón Cozumel, which serves as a fantastic prep for the main Ironman Cozumel in November.
GFNY Cozumel (November 11)
The Gran Fondo New York brings cycling to Cozumel in what is the most international cycling event in Mexico, with over 50 countries represented. Perfect to shore up your cycling ahead of the main event a week later.
Ironman Cozumel (November 18)
The main event, not to be missed. In total, Ironman Cozumel includes a 2.4 mile swim, 112-mile bicycle race, and 26.22 mile run.