15 responses

  1. Irene S. Levine
    April 15, 2014

    Great post! One of my very favorite all-inclusives!

    • Nancy Brown
      April 15, 2014

      @Irene
      I’d say that Secrets the Vine had some of the better food when it comes to all-inclusive resorts.

  2. Donna Janke
    April 15, 2014

    What a luxurious looking resort. Secrets the Vine sounds wonderful.

    • Nancy Brown
      April 15, 2014

      @Donna
      I have been to several of the Secrets Resorts and they are all wonderful! Secrets the Vine is great for wine and food lovers.

  3. lora
    April 15, 2014

    Oh wow – that looks REALLY nice!

  4. Michelle
    April 15, 2014

    this looks like a beautiful place. I love Cancun too, but I overdosed on it a few years ago. I think it might be time to return ;-)

    • Nancy Brown
      April 15, 2014

      @Michelle
      I would have liked more time in Cancun to relax by the sea.

  5. santafetraveler
    April 16, 2014

    The upgraded status at Secrets the Vine sounds like the way to go!

  6. Suzanne Fluhr
    April 18, 2014

    I’ve been to Playa del Carmen and Cozumel several times, but I’ve never made it to Cancun. (I saw the plans for Cancun in 1975 on a college trip to Mexico City where we were briefed by the Minister of Tourism, a cabinet level position in Mexico. At that time, Cancun was still jungle.) We were supposed to stop in Cancun on a cruise one year, but the waves were too high and we ended up at Cozumel—again. I’m not sure I’d be up for spending $700/night, no matter how luxurious. Our biggest splurge was 2 nights at a wine lodge outside Mendoza, Argentina. Clearly, if one is traveling from the U.S., airfare to Cancun will be less than air fare to Argentina—so factor that in and perhaps Secrets of the Vine starts looking like a better deal.

    • Nancy Brown
      April 19, 2014

      @Suzanne
      That’s crazy that you saw the plans for Cancun before it was developed into the destination as we know it today.

  7. Marilyn Jones
    April 20, 2014

    Very interesting; I never really thought about Mexican wine!

    • Nancy Brown
      April 20, 2014

      @Marilyn
      I didn’t give Mexican wines much thought until now, either! Cheers.

  8. Patti Morrow
    April 20, 2014

    I travel to the Yucatan peninsula frequently. I admit, I’ve been more of a patron of the margarita, but you’ve tempted me to try both the wine and Secrets!

    • Nancy Brown
      April 20, 2014

      @Patti
      I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with both Secrets the Vine Cancun, as well as the wines of Mexico.

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