The special agent rate is $90 a night, per person in double or single occupancy. This agent offer is valid from November 1 through December 20, 2011. Blackout dates include Christmas and Easter.
There’s no minimum or maximum stay requirement. The offer is subject to availability and requires confirmation through the hotel directly. This special fam rate is exclusively for travel agents and is non-transferable. Upgrades are available.
Identfication plus an IATA number are both required to make a reservation and both are required upon check-in.
“ME Cancun values travel agents and we want to show them our appreciation with this special offer, as they serve as important ambassadors to our ME customers,” Raul Petraglia, general manager of ME Cancun, told Travel Agent.
The ME Cancun’s all-inclusive business model, dubbed “Complete Me," will launch on January 1. There will still be an EP aspect to the hotel, however. Tony Cortizas, Sol Melia’s vice president of marketing/Premium Portfolio, says that the restaurants will still be open to locals and tourist who aren't guests at the hotel at a cost. Cortizas says there was a “constant demand” for an all-inclusive plan at the hotel.
ME Cancun's 419 rooms will now allow its guests to choose from an array of packages as part of the new "Complete ME" concept. The hotel's basic offering will focus on traditional amenities found at all-inclusive resorts, such as unlimited food and beverage, complimentary pool access, YHI Spa's fitness center, WiFi and all in-room amenities including iPod docking stations and more.
Guest rooms on The Level, the hotel's premium collection of accommodations, will offer elevated privileges and amenities that will be part of The Level package. Here, guests will enjoy services such as private VIP check-in, exclusive use of the 10th floor's Living Room lounge, exclusive concierge services and 24 hour in-room dining at no extra cost.