ME Cancun – Complete ME All Inclusive
What We Love
- For travel through December 22, 2015, if you book four nights you'll receive $600 resort credit, and if you book five nights or more and receive $800 resort credit
- There’s a plethora of dining and drinking options for an all-inclusive price (called the "Complete Me" experience)
- Splurging on premier adults-only Me + rooms, which include extras like a daily wine tasting and dedicated concierge service
- Unwinding with a massage at the resort’s Yhi Spa
What To Know
- While it’s not adults-only, it is adults-focused, so not the best bet for families
- It gets loud at night when DJs spin at the outside bar. Earplugs are provided, however, and the music cuts off around midnight
- While ocean rooms have better views, they also tend to be noisier as they face the pools, restaurants and clubs
- Resort credit is issued as savings coupons to be used toward services within the hotel and with external companies; this offer includes only one coupon set per room per stay and restrictions may apply; contact the hotel directly for more information
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
With three pools, a megasize spa, a long list of restaurants and bars, and a beach club, the ME Cancun packs a lot of punch into its all-inclusive price. Once home to the cast of MTV’s The Real World, the hotel still has a vibrant nightlife scene, although it feels more South Beach than spring break.
Bed and Bath
More than 400 rooms and suites, offering views of either the ocean or the lagoon, are furnished in warm, rich colors by Mexican designers and artists, including Yuri Zatarain and Marie France Porta. Digs are spacious and include such mod cons as top-of-the-line TVs, sound systems and free WiFi, plus 24-hour room service; the bathrooms are also expansive and are stocked with Aveda bath products. Rooms and suites in the adults-only Me+ section of the hotel also include extras like dedicated concierge service and a daily wine tasting.
Reserve a Bali bed with gauzy white linen coverings to lounge around the pool to the tunes provided by DJs (guests who want to take a pass on the music can opt for the designated quiet zones). The four house restaurants — meals at all of them are included in the rate — serve a range of well-done fare. Salt and Silk are the more upscale options, with one focusing on Mediterranean flavors and the other on Asian, while the recently opened Water Grill serves a South American–inspired menu that includes Peruvian cuts of meat and Brazilian rodizio–style table service at dinner. The Beach House restaurant provides a casual dining option, with seafood and Mexican dishes served in an oversize palapa fronting the water. When it’s time to unwind, head to the 11,000-square-foot YHI Spa for a massage and a soak in pools overlooking the sea.