Wednesday October 28, 2020
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Meliá Hotels International reopens 7 properties, more coming
After a six-month closure, seven hotels and resorts under the Meliá Hotels International (MHI) umbrella have reopened in the Caribbean, Mexico and the United States.
Melia Hotels International Cuba begins to reopen resorts
Melia Hotels International Cuba is slowly but surely reopening its resorts on the island.
Here’s what RIU, Meliá, VIVA Wyndham and Palladium are doing to ensure guest safety
To adapt to ‘the new normal’ post-COVID 19, a growing number of hotel companies are implementing new protocols across its properties to ensure the health and safety of guests and their staff.
Here’s a roundup of coronavirus updates from major sun destination resort brands
Here’s a roundup of policy updates from major resort brands
Winners announced for Melia Cuba’s Paradisus contest
Melia Hotels International Cuba has announced the two winners for its recent contest, which includes a trip to a Paradisus Resort in Cuba.
Earn 2X the points and a chance to win a vacation with Sunwing’s promo
Agents can earn double the rewards points with Sunwing’s month-long promotion with Meliá hotels International Cuba.
This hotel just launched a dog menu featuring a $42 steak
It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, but luckily in New York City they’re also eating ribeye steak.
Melia returns to “essential destination” of Costa Rica with Sol Tamarindo
Melia Hotels International is bringing its Sol by Malia brand to Costa Rica, taking over the Tamarindo Diriá Beach Resort and renaming it Sol Tamarindo Hotel effective Aug. 1.
Meliá Cuba debuts brand new hotel in Varadero
Meliá Internacional has taken over the name and location of Cuba’s iconic Hotel Internacional Varadero with a brand new hotel ideal for families and couples alike.
Melia Sol Cayo Guillermo closing this summer for renos
Melia Sol Cayo Guillermo will close from May 1 to Oct. 31 for a facelift.
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