Melia Just Opened a New All-Inclusive Resort in Cuba
Spanish hotel chain Melia has opened its newest all-inclusive resort on the island of Cuba: the new-build Melia Trinidad Peninsula.
The five-star resort, set about 15 minutes from the charming colonial city of Trinidad, welcomed its first guests this week.
The 401-room resort is instantly the most luxurious Melia in Cuba: that includes 80 rooms in the brand’s elevated The Level wing. The Level wing will include a selection of swim-up rooms as well.
The property has 14 restaurants nd bars, a YHI Spa, four large meeting rooms and a prime stretch of beachfront.
Melia plans to have 34 hotels open in Cuba by the end of this year, following the recent opening of another two Melia-portfolio hotels in Havana. Next month, Melia will reopening another new resort, the Sol Turquesa Beach, set on Yuraguanal beach in the city of Holguin.
And the pipeline is growing: next year, Melia says it will be debuting its Melia Collection brand with the Plaza de la Habana hotel in the capital in 2024.
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