Meliá Hotels International, founded in 1956 in Palma de Mallora, is one of the largest hotel companies in the world and the largest hotel chain in Spain and across the continent to Eastern Europe. By way of revealing some of the world’s most fabulous hotels, here’s some examples of Spanish hospitality spread across Europe, which you may not be aware of.
With over 55 years of experience in the hotel industry and more than 350 hotels in 35 countries, Meliá Hotels International is one of the leading hotel companies in the world.
Operating in both urban and resort locations under its brands: Meliá, Gran Meliá, ME by Meliá, Paradisus, Innside by Meliá, TRYP by Wyndham, Sol Hotels and Club Meliá, and inspired by the warmth and proximity of Spanish and Mediterranean culture, Meliá Hotels International provide quality, professionalism, confidence and excellence to their guests.
Sol Marina Palace
Located between the new and the old part of Nessebar, Bulgaria, is a ston’s throw from the magnificent beaches along the Black Sea. A unique location goes along with great services and offerings here. Meetings to family vacationing, this is one of the best hotels in the city. At €62 euro per night for a standard room, the hotel can also be considered something of a bargain even for Bulgaria.
Meliá Istrian Villas in Croatia
For those travelers headed to Croatia, these villas along the seaside at Umag Croatia afford a sort of home away from home family atmosphere. Private and stylish, these accomodations at one of the most beautiful seafronts in the world, is not short of amenities either. Luxury and Superior models, which are up to 78 meters square), include elements of typical Istrian and Mediterranean styles, combined with contemporary design. These Melia offering are within walking distance of just about everything in town. Rates here start at about €91 euro and go to a bit over €120 for half board. Be advised these villas are booked and blocked out until April and a 7 day stay is the minimum. They’re just that nice.
Meliá Costa del Sol
For those of you headed to Costa del Sol to catch some rays and relaxation, the Malaga resort of Torremolinos is a beachcomber’s paradise. As for Meliá Costa del Sol, this is another of Melia’s contemporary properties that where sunbathing is complimented by the Thalasso Spa and fine dining choices perfect for regaining your strength. Situated right on Bajondillo Beach, the rates here start at about €80 per night for a classic sea view room (as below).
In In 1956 Gabriel Escarrer opened his first hotel in Palma de Mallorca, since then his vision of hospitality has become one of the world’s most successful and trusted hospitality brands. Now Gabriel Escarrer Juliá is one of the most respected and honored businessmen in the hotel industry. He still plays an active role in his company’s growth and innovation.
Meliá Hotels International are meticulously created with contemporary guests in mind, inspired by a passion for life and quality of service. They are aimed at guests who see travel not just as a journey but as an extension of their life experience.
The fresh, contemporary Meliá Hotels offer a huge range of cuisine, place an emphasis on variety and are always staffed by friendly, helpful employees.