ME Cabo

Address: Playa El Medano S/N, Zona Hotelera, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California, 23410, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Playa El Medano S/N, Zona Hotelera, Cabo San Lucas, is near Cabo San Lucas Tours, La Princesa Sailing Cruises- Cabo Sports, Museo Arqueologico de la Costa Grande, and Gold Coast Adventure.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsME Cabo Cabo San Lucas

    Reviewed by deepcovepeter

    Great View

    Reviewed Dec 16, 2011
    by (15 reviews) North Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

    Excellent view of the Arch, the playa and of course the cruise ships

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews ME Cabo Cabo San Lucas

    Muy Bueno Melia

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    I spent 5 glorious days at the Melia in August 2002.The accommodation were excellant along with the service. Pool bartender was friendly and always kept the glasses full. I don't believe you can beat the view and its within easy walking distance of the downtown action. Couldn't find a thing to complain about, even if I wanted to....I'd highly recommend this hotel.

    I LOVE THE MELIA...

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    The very best place to stay in Cabo. We have been there 3 times and are about to go for a 4th. GREAT location... near town and the beach and the marina...and Peacocks resturant is just down a dirt road and 5 Star!!! It is on the best and onlt swin=mming beach in Cabo and the Office is the greatest spot to go for happy hour. Our service at the Melia has always been good. One day, the elevator wne t out and we had to walk the stairs but hey, this is Mexico. We have had great rooms and the chef has fixed the fish that we caught fishing. As far as I am concerned, the Melia is the only place to stay in CABO!

    Incredible Vacation Spot!

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    Just returned from an awesome Easter week at the Melia. GREAT hotel, pool activities & super fun town. Our room had a huge balcony that was an added bonus. Pool bar was great, as were various Happy Hours at the Lobby bar & the fun places on the beach - The Office, Mango Deck, etc. Cabo Wabo Cantina, El Squid Row & The Trailer Park were all fun dining/dancing experiences. We had 2 13 year olds with us, & they were fully occupied with all the beach activities also. Great spot for families, singles & couples. Something for everyone! Will definitely go back next year. Only minor annoyance was nasty female concierge in lobby doing the time share spiel. Just don't make eye contact with her & you're safe.

    Melia...

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    I stayed at the Melia. iIt as a beautiful place and closer to the beach than the other resorts. We got a great price and service. It is close to the popular bars such as the office and the mango deck. They offer free scuba classes and breakfast included to your price if you know how to ask. My stay at the Melia was a positive experience for the mos part. The only thing that would hae to bring my rating down is that they did not make a big enough effort to solve our problem of the noisy neighbors. Next to our room there were 17 eople staying in one room. They would make a lot of noise at late hours. It took them two days before they accomidated us and transferred us to another room on the other side of the resort.

    Location, Location, Location

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    Just got back 4/12/03 from one of the best weeks ever. MSL in our minds is the best property in Cabo, hospitable, clean and convenient is how we would describe this property. No car is needed unless touring to San Jose is in your plans. Town is no more than 4 City blocks away a perfect distance to walk off dinner. Inexpensive cocktails just 50 yards down the beach which comes with free entertainment. Basically, all of Cabo is at your fingertips from the MSL if you want it. If you don't, you don't need to leave the property to have a great time.

    Excellent Location

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    I have been to Cabo many times. Twice a year to be exact. I have stayed at 2 other hotels with friends. They were great too. However, you cant beat the location of this hotel. It sits close to everything. walking distance to downtown (10 minutes if you must know), 5 minutes walk to "The Office" (check it out!) and Billigans you cant beat the happy hour deals 2 for one on drinks, Its on the beach and also the only hotel there with a swim up bar. Every one of the staff members is great and now they know me by 1st name. None the less the hotel looks old but the service is great the staff very attentive food is very good. The night life if your into that, can be cool. This place is very popular in Mexico as its situated close to everything. I will continue to stay there as long as it continues with the great service!

    Great Place!

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    This place was great. I stayed here through a Suntrip vacation and was very surprised. The hotel was upscale and our room was great. I requested an oceanview room and I got one. The week I stayed (March 23-March 28) there were no timeshare people in the lobby at all-so I was pleasantly surprised again. My only word of caution is not to purchase any water at the hotel or through the restaurants-it's a rip-off.

    Great Time

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    I stayed at the Melia San Lucas from 11/22/02 through 11/25/02. As a frequent traveler and a returning visitor

    to Cabo, I enjoyed my stay at the MSL. The hotel's location is ideal as it is on the beach and only a 10 minute walk to downtown. If the downtown area doesn't interest you, the pool area with the swim-up bar can make for a great day. The rooms were nice, however, the maid service's puntuality left something to be desired. Our room typically was not cleaned until 4:30 in the afternoon. For those who have not been to Cabo, be cautious

    of the "time share" presentations. As soon as you arrive in Cabo, you will be flooded with offers of gifts if you

    committ to go to a time share presentation. Every development will try to trump the gifts offered to you by other developers.

    While they will give you the gifts that they offer, the

    presentations will take well in excess of the 75 minutes that you agreed to (our presentation took over 3.5 hours). One last point of caution is that if you book an "ocean view" room, make sure you get what you paid for. I had to talk to the check in staff after they tried to put me in a garden view room. I will stay at the Melia San Lucas next time I go back to Cabo.

    Taken advantage of!

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    Melia San Lucas double charged my credit card after I checked out and had returned to the US. After multiple attempts to rectify their mistake, they have refused to change the mistake. It is now apparent that this was not a mistake! They clearly wanted to take advantage of a traveling US Citizen. They have been reported to the authorities. BE SMART WHEN STAYING THERE!

    We hated the Melia

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    Melia San Lucas has damp smelling rooms and wants to: a) bother you to sell you time shares when you pass through the lobby, b) bother you to truck you up the coast to their new hotel for breakfast because 'no-one is staying there yet, c) charge you $10 for margaritas and $5 for small bottled water ... and then they DRAINED THE POOL on SATURDAY, for scheduled maintainence. Reason; "Its low season", even though the hotel was FULLY BOOKED. No offer of refund or reduction in room rate.

    We all moved next door to Pueblo Bonita even though we had fully pre-paid @ Melia. Lovely place, beautiful rooms, much better value; bright & airy. Offered us ocean view junior suite @ $145 night.

    The Melia chain does not care about you.

    TripAdvisor Reviews ME Cabo Cabo San Lucas

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    Cabo - party central !

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 13, 2014

    55 photos

    ... However the appetisers you choose individually rather than receiving a large selection for the whole table which may result in all of the more desirable options such as prawns (shrimp), disappearing by the time it reaches the last person … it has happened to us – how anyone can see that by leaving two prawns for two people on the platter when they have four each amazes me … still greed is to be expected I guess.





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    Ya Te Vi Wuera! Ya Te Viiii!

    A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Apr 04, 2013

    2 comments, 97 photos

    ... the marina, selling impressive clamato Micheladas: beer, tomato juice, chilli, salt, lime, seafood, shrimps, oyster and celery. In the evening, we hit the bars full of gringos running about the streets just as you’d imagine how spring break would be, something I managed to avoid in Cancun. First we went to a cool small bar called Knotty’s for a couple of drinks before we headed to the main ...