Gran Melia Resort Cancun will become Paradisus Cancun, a luxury all-inclusive resort — Photo courtesy of Gran Melia Resort Cancun
Gran Melia Cancun, a gorgeous hotel that is owned by Melia Hotels International, will become Paradisus Cancun by the end of 2012. Gran Melia Cancun has offered an all-inclusive option for its guests for years, but it was never a fully all-inclusive property. That will change when the resort becomes Paradisus Cancun, however. Paradisus Cancun will be a top-of-the-line, luxury, all-inclusive property - something that Melia Hotels International believes is currently missing in Cancun.
Paradisus Cancun will have 136 Royal Service Suites, a section of the hotel that is exclusively for adults, as well as 97 Family Concierge Suites. There will be eight restaurants, including "Passion by Martin Berasategui" (Chef Berasategui is a Michelin Star chef). Cuisine of this caliber is not normally found at all-inclusive resorts and it's just one of the many ways that Paradisus Cancun will wow its guests.
People that enjoy staying in the finest hotels will feel right at home at Paradisus Cancun. The new property will offer guests top-notch service, luxurious accommodations, gourmet cuisine and extraordinary views of the Caribbean Sea. If guests can manage to tear themselves away from this fantastic resort, they'll only be a short drive away from restaurants, shopping, local attractions and Cancun's world-famous nightclubs.
The resort will remain open during the renovation, and all upgrades to the property, as well as the name change, are expected to take place by November 15, 2012.