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Where's best to stay for scuba?

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We're taking a last minute trip to Mexico and have about 9 nights, main activity we want to do is scuba diving. According to advice here & other places, Cozumel is the best place for both scuba and snorkeling. We are thinking of staying at Cozumel Palace, any opinions of that hotel are welcome. We know it's not beach front, it's sea front, that's ok as snorkeling should be good.

We don't know how best to split the stay, we think 9 nights might be a bit too much on Cozumel. Where could we stay on the mainland where we could dive in cenotes, snorkel, see some ruins or other sights but not too far from Cancun (as we are flying out early on our last day?) We intend to rent a car, both on Cozumel and the mainland.

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