Keyword: Meliá Hotels International
The Innside by Meliá Saigon Central is the company's third brand to launch in Vietnam following Meliá Hotels & Resorts and Sol by Meliá.
Alvaro Tejeda Schroeder plans to launch and lead a boutique consulting firm centered around hospitality in the Caribbean and Latin America.
New legislation aims to ease Cuba travel sanctions, but with the investment embargo in place, global hotel brands are gaining ground in the country.
The Innside Calviá Beach will have 270 guestrooms, while the adults-only Meliá Cartagena Karmairí has 147.
After years of improved relations and growing travel, the Trump administration is cracking down on travel to Cuba from the U.S.—and the EU is speaking out.
Occupancy, rates and revenue are all down across Dubai's hotels, but observers like Accor's Sébastien Bazin have hope for 2020 and beyond.
Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort features 152 rooms and suites, 61 deluxe villas, a spa, three swimming pools and a fitness center.
Meliá will bring the Reed Hotel in Ninh Binh under the group’s Meliá Hotels & Resorts wellness-focused brand in 2020.
The new Innside Charles de Gaulle will have 266 guestrooms and 10 lofts.
Hotels in the former Soviet country hosted nearly a million international visitors in 2018, up more than 10 percent from the year before.