Meliá Hotels International is one of the world’s largest resort hotel chains, as well as Spain’s leading hotel chain. It currently provides more than 375 hotels in 43 countries on 4 continents under its brands: Gran Meliá Hotels & Resorts, Paradisus Resorts, ME by Meliá, Meliá Hotels & Resorts, Innside by Meliá, Sol Hotels & Resorts and TRYP.
Our hotels are designed to satisfy every guest, on every occasion. They offer everything from the most exclusive luxury through to family holidays, not to mention the functionality and technology of the most sophisticated convention hotels. Our seven brands guarantee quality through their personalised customer satisfaction programmes.
The Hotel London Kensington managed by Melia (former Rydges London Kensington) joins the existing 2 Melia properties in London - Melia White House and ME London located close by prominent London locations for shopping, theatre and cultural precincts.
The new hotel strengthens the brands’ international portfolio along with the up and coming opening of the INNSIDE Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris. The Australian market will find a Melia branded property in popular destinations such as Rome, Milan, Barcelona, Paris, Madrid, London, Berlin, Luxembourg and Vienna reinforcing its focus on popular leisure destinations around the world.
In APAC Melia Hotels plans to open ten hotels in Indonesia over the next two years, adding 2,000 rooms to the group’s current offering. Beyond Indonesia, the group has 11 properties planned for the rest of Southeast Asia, with particular focus on Vietnam with openings in Saigon, HoTram and CamRan Bay – southern Vietnam to the north with HaLong Bay in 2019.
Meanwhile Sol Hotels, a collection of stylish resort properties aimed at millennials, was first introduced with the Sol Beach House Bali Benoa / Sol House Bali Legian opening in 2017 and will continue to gain traction with the new Sol Beach House Phu Quoc Vietnam property and others in this region.
Millennial travellers are having an increasingly important impact on the hospitality industry and as such there is a growing need for hospitality brands to adapt current amenities and create these unique experiences.