Stay at the "Real World" Cancun Suite

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The popular Mexican resort ME Cancun, home to the most recent "Real World" cast, has officially launched SuiteME— a bi-level suite now available for guests to book. The new suite comes equipped with highly stylized furnishings, views of the Caribbean Sea, and enough space to host group getaway weekends.

The top floor of the suite features a fully stocked bar, pool table, and a deck. There is an outdoor spiral staircase that allows guests to get to and from the second balcony. The walls of the living room inside mimic Cancun's sunsets by changing colors. The kitchen comes fully equipped with a refrigerator, full range stove with oven, microwave, coffee maker and standard cooking essentials. The cooking staff at ME Cancun is also available to teach cooking lessons in the suite.

To bring in the tradition and ambiance of the "Real World," SuiteME provides unique showers and a 10-person hot tub. The classic "Real World" "phone room" also stayed in the suite so guests can get a traditional grasp on what the cast went through.

The suite provides guests with "The Playroom," which is outfitted with a plasma screen television, computer, and complimentary wireless capability. "The Playroom" is also fully "game operational" with a Nintendo Wii gaming console, Rock Band equipment, and plenty of room for different groups of people to play at the same time. Connecting to "The Playroom" is the suite's private balcony, called "Balcony X." The balcony has room for 10 people and provides cocktails and alternate views of the Caribbean.

SuiteMe guests have access to all the amenities ME Cancun has to offer including, a water ritual pool, infinity pool, adult only pool, and fitness center. The property also provides guests with the restaurant accommodations which include Silk, Salt and Rande Gerber's Maxim Beach House.

Visit www.mebymelia.com


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