Six Melia Hotels in Cuba have recently been nominated for the 28th annual World Travel Awards in Dubai this coming Autumn. Read on and find out more about them!
Melia Cuba, helping to make Cuba one of the planet's top travel destinations
Six hotels in the brand Melia Hotels International Cuba are leading the nominations for a number of different categories at the 28th annual World Travel Awards.
Every year since 1993, the World Travel Awards serve to acknowledge, reward, and celebrate all the properties, service providers and travel agencies that achieve the highest levels of excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry.
Melia Hotels International Cuba are very proud to announce that six of its hotels in Cuba are leading the nominations in a number of separate categories.
Firstly, Melia Cayo Coco and Melia Cohiba have been included in the prestigious category of "Cuba's Leading Hotel". For the category of "Cuba's Leading Hotel Suite", the "Level Master Suite Room", also from Melia Cohiba was nominated.
In addition to this illustrious list, the Melia las Dunas, the Paradisus Princesa del Mar Resort & Spa, the Paradisus Río de Oro Resort & Spa, and the Paradisus Varadero Resort & Spa are all in competition for the category of "Cuba's Leading Resort".
Let's find out a little bit more about each hotel.
Melia Cayo Coco
The Melia Cayo Coco is an all-inclusive 5-star resort, designed exclusively for guests over 18 years of age. Situated at a stunning beachfront location on Cayo Coco, its suites and luxury rooms are built on stilts over a natural saltwater lagoon.
The hotel is well-known for catering to couples, also specialising in weddings and honeymoons.
This is a stylish, luxurious 5-star hotel, in the beautiful location of Vedado, alongside the famous Malecón seafront promenade, and very close to Old Havana.
The Melia Cohiba is specifically recommended for business and incentive trips, as well as weddings and honeymoons.
Melia las Dunas
Situated on a beachfront location in Cayo Santa María, the Melia las Dunas is known for its paradisiacal natural beauty and stunning beaches. It's another 5-star all-inclusive resort, providing multiple amenities for families, groups, and couples.
Because of the tourist village and numerous attractions, it's recommended for families with young children, as well as weddings, honeymoons, and tours.
Paradisus Princesa del Mar Resort & Spa
This is classed as an "Ultra all-inclusive 5-star resort", designed exclusively for guests over 18 years of age and situated in one of the finest parts of Varadero beach.
Paradisus Princesa del Mar Resort & Spa provides guests with unrivalled levels of comfort in its intimate Royal Service area, ensuring guests have the experience of a lifetime. It's recommended for weddings, honeymoons, and wellness holidays.
Paradisus Río de Oro Resort & Spa
Paradisus Río de Oro is a stunningly attractive, all-inclusive, 5-star beach eco-resort for adults only, overlooking the sea and next to an exotic natural area.
It is another resort providing guests with the exclusive Royal Service, offering varied food and drink options, private garden villas with pools, a relaxing Yhi Spa, and other traditional facilities such as gyms, sports courts, a nautical centre, and a scuba-diving area.
Paradisus Varadero Resort & Spa
Nominated for the category of "Cuba's Leading Resort", this magnificent eco-resort offers you the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the amazing natural environment and idyllic beach of Varadero.
At Paradisus Varadero Resort & Spa the exceptional services in the Royal Service (adults-only) and The Reserve (adults and families) add a generous extra level of comfort and personalisation to every stay.
Building a sustainable project in Cuba for future excellence
Melia Hotels International Cuba are clearly proud to have six separate hotels nominated for these prestigious global awards and believe it is a just reward for the excellent service that the Melia brand values so much. In the words of a Melia Cuba spokesperson:
"We're committed to adhering to our policies in order to stimulate the creation of safe environments and responsible tourism, aligned with sustainable development."