Me Cabo Re-Opens, Unveiling $10 Million Renovation

Mexico, Cabo San Lucas. November 08, 2021

ME by Meliá is proud to unveil the all-new ME Cabo. After undergoing a $10 million transformation, the lifestyle resort has reopened its doors with a completely reimagined look that touches nearly every aspect of the resort; from guest rooms and public spaces to food and beverage outlets and an entirely new rooftop bar and lounge, in partnership with Rosa Negra. In keeping with the spirit of the ME by Meliá collection, ME Cabo offers an ideal location, contemporary design, personalized service and enriching experiences for the stylish modern traveler.

Located on Los Cabos' only swimmable beach, and overlooking the celebrated "El Arco," ME Cabo embodies sophisticated design with a creative flair and hint of local culture. Designed by Alvaro Sans, the hotel's new look is bold and contemporary, with special touches around every corner. Beginning with ME Cabo's signature open-air arrival experience, guests are welcomed back with warm, earthy, natural hues and touches of turquoise and ivory that complement the stunning PacificOcean that lies just ahead. Welcoming yet sophisticated, the arrival captures the classic charm of Mexico while embodying the brand's European signature style.

ME Cabo has partnered with popular Mexican restaurant group Grupo Rosa Nega to debut four new culinary hotspots: Confessions Skybar & Tapas, Taboo Beach Club & Restaurant, Funky Geisha, and Mamazzita Mexican Soul. The new culinary concepts are dedicated to serving locally-sourced produce and ingredients that explore Latin American cuisine.

Dazzling with some of the best views the destination has to offer, Confessions Skybar & Tapas is the newly built rooftop bar and lounge featuring a tapas-style menu, creative mixology and nightly entertainment. ME Cabo's signature restaurant, Mamazzita, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, is an open-air restaurant that takes inspiration from the flavors and colors of Mexican culture, with the finest ingredients and culinary techniques.

Additional dining outlets include Funky Geisha, a reinvented lobby lounge open for lunch and dinner, that serves up Thai, Chinese and Japanese-inspired cuisine in a casual setting. Guests relaxing poolside can also enjoy Taboo Beach Club, where the design of deep-sea blues and natural stone walls, coupled with reimagined cuisine, transports guests to the Mediterranean.

All 170 guestrooms have been remodeled to embrace traditional Mexican design, boasting an eclectic feel, mixing rustic wood furnishings with bright, vivid colors. Rooms range from 425 to 3,000 square feet and feature a private, furnished balcony or terrace with garden or ocean views, rainfall showers, fully stocked Maxibar, integrated room technologies and bath amenities by C.O. Bigelow.

Guests seeking a more personalized, premium experience can reserve a ME+ suite. This upgraded suite experience includes access to the highest suite categories, a personalized room escort, followed by private, in-room check-in and arrival cocktail, extra in-room amenities including an interactive HD TV and Bluetooth soundbar, a complimentary Bali bed at Taboo Beach Club each day of the stay, and personalized services from ME Cabo's Aura team.

ME Cabo also reopens with a new spa and wellbeing experience. The KORPO Wellness Experience combines inner and outer wellness through a harmonious blend of beauty treatments, relaxation techniques, and state-of-the-art fitness facility.

"The new ME Cabo has so much to discover, from the design to the cultural programming and the amazing new culinary concepts," said General Manager Luis Dominguez. "ME Cabo is back and is once again the heartbeat of Cabo San Lucas."

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