Meliá Hotels To Open Eight Hotels In Cuba

by Jessica Montevago
Meliá Hotels To Open Eight Hotels In Cuba


Meliá Hotels International will add eight hotels in Cuba under its Meliá, Innside and Sol brands.

The Spain-based company will manage the 56-room San Carlos Hotel and the 49-room Union Hotel, both under the Meliá brand, as well as a new build 102-room on the Ancon Peninsula. It will renovate and manage the 279-room Ancon Hotel as a Sol Hotels & Resorts branded property. Additionally, Meliá will also partner with the Islazul Hotel Group to manage three hotels, the 72-room Gran Hotel, the 58-room Hotel Colón and the 142-room Hotel Camagüey, which will be renovated and reflagged under urban lifestyle brand Innside.

The hotels, located in Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Camagüey, will be completed by Jan. 1, 2018.

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