Melia Coco Beach

Melia Rebranding Puerto Rico Property

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 30, 2017

Melia Hotels and Resorts has announced that it will be rebranding its Puerto Rico property as the Melia Coco Beach.

Previously part of the Gran Melia portfolio, the hotel will undergo renovations throughout 2017, the company said in a release.

The Melia Coco Beach will adopt a number of Melia-branded amenities, including the company’s premium service concept, THE LEVEL.

Melia Coco Beach

“We are excited to watch our beautiful Puerto Rico property evolve and transform into Meliá Coco Beach,” said Raul Alvarez, Director of Operations, The Americas. “With its passion for service, exceptional culinary experiences and activities for a wide mix of travelers, the Meliá brand will be the perfect fit for guests looking to experience a combination of beachside relaxation and local culture.”

Melia will be upgrading 120 rooms to be part of its LEVEL wing, along with six pool garden villas and a lounge exclusive to LEVEL guests.

LEVEL service also comes with a private restaurant for breakfast, a separate check-in and check-out lounge, preferential bookings at restaurants, concierge service, complimentary snacks and beverage throughout the day, among other amenities.

Check out the top Puerto Rico hotels here, part of our series on the best places to stay.

— Caribbean Journal staff

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