e Méridien Cancun to reopen

Le Méridien Cancun Resort & Spa will reopen on November 16, following its closure due to the passage of Hurricane Wilma. The hotel was fortunate, sustaining no serious structural damage or injuries to any guests or members of the staff during the hurricane. From November 16, the majority of guestrooms will be available again, with both Aioli Restaurant and Rendez-Vous bar fully operational. The hotel will also offer a limited room service and a limited pool service, while Mistral ballroom and Tramontane meeting room will be available for hire. As always, the staff at Le Méridien Cancun Resort & Spa will offer the highest level of service. Spa del Mar and the Martiniere ballroom will be closed until further notice for repairs. According to general manager Jean-Peirre Sorin: "Cancun has demonstrated its strong will and ability to handle this type of natural disaster. Le Méridien Cancun Resort & Spa will dedicate all efforts to recovering the region and ensuring it continues to be a beautiful and safe place for travelers. I am confident that Cancun will be fully restored and operational again by the end of the year." Le Méridien Sunny Isles Beach, Miami remains open, having received only minor damage following the landfall of Hurricane Wilma in Florida. All the hotel services are fully operational.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
Is the cost of a venue the most important factor for corporate event planners?

Is the cost of a venue the most important factor for corporate event planners?

A panel at C&T’s Corporate Forum discusses what really matters when planners and suppliers work together.

Deadline for C&IT incentives survey this Friday

Deadline for C&IT incentives survey this Friday

Want to be recognised as one of the UK’s top incentive agencies? Complete this quick survey by 31st January.

What you need to know about the Coronavirus threat

What you need to know about the Coronavirus threat

Risk intelligence company assesses the response to the outbreak and its impact on travel.

Why delegates on a tropical incentive were happy to clean the beach

Why delegates on a tropical incentive were happy to clean the beach

Dell Technologies' StaceyLynn Hoaglan explains how the company is tackling its sustainability challenges.

Freeman hires new creative director amid 'significant' growth

Freeman hires new creative director amid 'significant' growth

Brand experience company makes appointment to lead its experiential creative team from the Soho office in London.

Event planners' top picks for Singapore revealed

Event planners' top picks for Singapore revealed

We asked two experts who have organised events in the country to share their experiences of the sovereign state.

How planners can prepare for a terror attack

How planners can prepare for a terror attack

Counter-terrorism expert Richard Pendry has advice for event organisers on how to respond to critical incidents.

Defying convention: 6 brand new global venues

Defying convention: 6 brand new global venues

New and upcoming international convention centres across Asia, the Americas and Europe.

Our view: Event planners aren’t security guards for drunk guests

Our view: Event planners aren’t security guards for drunk guests

Event organisers should not be placed in vulnerable or compromising positions, says C&IT’s senior reporter Ellie Kahn.

Pure Events appoints business development director

Pure Events appoints business development director

New hire will focus on broadening the agency's client base as it aims to work with more global companies.

LATEST JOBS