OUR ACCOMMODATIONS IN CANCUN
ME Melia Cancun Resort
ME Cancun, a beautiful Sol Melia resort, is located in Cancun Mexico and was awarded the AAA Four Diamond Award for 2008, demonstrating extraordinary services, quality amenities and superior surroundings. The resort, situated on a most perfect stretch of beach, is comprised of 448 suites, Mexico's largest infinity pool, Maxim pool bar, and the Rande Gerber lounge, a hotspot of Cancun nightlife. As part of the hotel, the YHI Spa is a zen-like sanctuary offering a variety of wellness treatments with organic body products.
Boulevard Kukulkan, km. 12
Cancún MEXICO 77500
Tel: (52) 998 881 2500
GETTING TO CANCUN IS EASY
Cancun Airport International is easily accessible from almost every major city in the world. For a list of carriers that offer domestic or international service to Cancun visit Cancun Airline Directory. You may also search for flights on kayak.com, expedia.com, travelocity.com, or through your local travel agency.
From the airport to the hotel — Cancun Airport International is located off the Cancun-Tulum Highway, 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the hotel zone and 8 kilometers (5 miles) from downtown, with taxi and bus services that will take you to Cancun and the hotel zone.
If you would like to pre-arrange your Cancun Airport transfer to the ME Melia Hotel, you may like to use the service suggested by ME Melia. Here is the link for their Transportation Request form. For more information send an email to Andy Ortiz at email@example.com.
PASSPORTS and VISAS
Passport Requirements: All visitors must have a valid passport that will be valid for 6 months beyond the length of your visit and a round-trip airline ticket. It is a good idea to take a photocopy of your passport with you in case the original one gets lost.
Proof of Departure: Confirmed round-trip or onward airline ticket.
Visa: For citizens of the US, EU, and Canada a visa is not required; a Tourist Card (FMT form) will be issued free of charge by airlines or upon arrival. For citizens of other countries check with your embassy or with TRAVISA.
For assistance with obtaining the necessary documents for your trip contact TRAVISA’s global international travel information site, an online source for visa and passport requirements, at TRAVISA.
During January the average high temperatures are 27C / 81F and the lows are 19C / 67F.
Mexico — Ideal Clothing & Footwear: Comfortable walking shoes with a non-slip sole are recommended. Good climbing shoes if you plan to ascend the pyramids for the great views they offer. Dress for hot, humid weather using clothes made from light, natural fibers (e.g. cotton); sun screen is an essential accessory; insect repellent is a good idea; a hat and sunglasses.
Mexico — Mexican currency is the New Peso (MXN) divided into 100 centavos. Credit cards are widely accepted, particularly Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Travellers cheques are generally accepted, but cannot be cashed on Sundays. ATMs are the most convenient way to get money. Although some businesses will accept foreign currency it is best to use pesos. Foreign currency can be exchanged at one of many casas de cambio (exchange houses), which have longer hours and offer a quicker service than the banks.
The electrical current is the same as in the US, 60-cycle, 120-volt system.
The official language is Spanish, although still spoken are some 66 indigenous languages which come from pre-Hispanic cultures.
Mexico is on Central Standard Time, or GMT -6.
For additional helpful Travel Tips visit Mexperience
For more information:
Call (1) 505-559-4632 USA or (44) 020 8133 4994 UK
email: annie.tm @ greatmystery.org