Meliá Hotels International Reopens 7 Hotels

Several Meliá Hotels have reopened with extra safety measures in place.

Courtesy Of Melia Hotels International
Courtesy of Melia Hotels International

Meliá Hotels International (MHI), based in Spain, has announced the reopening of seven hotels and resorts in its Americas region, which includes properties in the U.S., Mexico and The Caribbean. MHI is the owner and operator of 390 hotels around the world.

All hotels and resorts are reopening under the “Stay Safe with Meliá” program, which MHI introduced in May 2020. The company has partnered with Bureau Veritas, an industry leader in inspection, certification and testing, to ensure the MHI system is achieving the highest standards in the management of preventive measures to combat COVID-19 in its hotels worldwide.

Check-in, check-out and concierge services will now be offered digitally only. Upon check-in, additional safety measures include temperature checks and special COVID-19 amenities kits with a mask, gloves and hydroalcoholic gel for all guests. Rooms will have limited employee contact and shared amenities such as dental, shaving and shoeshine will be available on request.

Social distancing modifications have also been made and will be enforced at pools, restaurants and with entertainment programming. The hotels' spas now offer a reduced list of treatments available by appointment only. 

Hotels that have been Reopened:

Meliá Orlando Celebration (May 18)

Paradisus Playa del Carmen (Jul.1),

Paradisus Los Cabos (Aug. 15)

The Grand Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real (Oct. 1)

INNSiDE New York Nomad (Oct. 2)

 Meliá Caribe Beach Resort (Oct. 8)

Meliá Punta Cana Beach Resort (Oct. 15)

Upcoming hotel openings:

Paradisus Cancun (Nov. 1)

Meliá Nassau Beach (Nov. 22)

ME Cabo (Dec. 1)

Meliá Braco Village (Dec. 18)


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