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Meliá Hotels International

Logo 'Sol Melia Hotels'Meliá Hotels International was founded in 1956 in Palma de Mallorca (Spain) and is one of the world’s largest resort hotel chains, as well as Spain’s leading hotel chain. It currently provides more than 350 hotels in 35 countries on 4 continents under its brands: Gran Meliá, Meliá, ME, Innside, Tryp by Wyndham, Sol and Paradisus. Its product and service portfolio is complemented by Club Meliá, the only vacation club operated by a Spanish company. In 2011, the family company founded by Gabriel Escarrer Juliá, that operated under the name "Sol Meliá" for decades, began a new stage in its development under the brand name that represents its present and its future: Meliá Hotels International.
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Circle by Melia
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ME
Melia
Paradisus
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Hotel Development

Mélia Internacional

The President of Meliá Hotels International, Gabriel Escarrer Juliá, and the Executive Vice President and CEO, Gabriel Escarrer Jaume, officially presented the latest jewel in the crown for the hotel company in Cuba: the Meliá Internacional Varadero, an exceptional hotel which Gabriel Escarrer referred to as "a declaration of intentions" with regard to the importance of Cuba to international travel, reiterating that Cuba "has everything that the most diverse and demanding modern travellers could ask for in a destination".

Gran Melia Arusha

Leading luxury Spanish hotel brand, Gran Meliá Hotels & Resorts, are delighted to announce the opening of their first property in Africa, Gran Meliá Arusha. Based in the heart of Arusha within Northern Tanzania, the exclusive East African resort, which experienced the opening on 1st September 2019, will be the perfect base for visitors looking to explore the natural beauty of some of Africa's most striking landscapes, including the Serengeti and Kilimanjaro.

Meliá Sunny Beach

Meliá Hotels International has announced further growth in Bulgaria with the addition of a 987-room hotel in Sunny Beach on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, a destination where it already operates six hotels with 2,400 rooms.

Opinion

A Measured Approach to Influencer Marketing for Hospitality Brands

By Santiago Garcia Solimei

There is one fact no hospitality brand can afford to ignore: consumers have totally changed the way they book travel, turning to social media to discover and ultimately purchase their next holiday. Hospitality brands must embrace this new reality or face becoming irrelevant to travelers.

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Santiago Garcia Solimei

Global Director of Social Media for Meliá Hotels International

Tomeu Fiol

Global Hotel Technologies Director en Meliá Hotels International

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