Cuban Meliá Hotels hotels nominated for World Travel Award

HAVANA, Apr 1st  Hotels operated in Cuba by the Spanish chain Meliá Hotels International were nominated for various awards in the 28th edition of the World Travel Awards,

an official statement meant today. A message released by Meliá this Thursday in Havana, adds that it is one of the most prestigious distinctions globally for the tourism industry.

These awards are grouped by category, region, and country. In the section of Cuba’s Leading Hotel (main hotel), it was monopolized by the Meliá Cayo Coco and the Meliá Cohíba, emblematic facilities located in the destinations of Jardines del Rey and Havana, respectively.

In Cuba’s Leading Hotel Suite, the Meliá Cohiba The Level Master Suite Room was nominated, an exclusive product of The Level by Meliá Hotels & Resorts brand. Likewise, the Meliá Las Dunas, Paradisus Princesa del Mar Resort & Spa, Paradisus Río de Oro Resort & Spa and Paradisus Varadero Resort & Spa complexes compete for the distinction to Cuba’s Leading Resort.

The awarded hotels and resorts will be announced at the Caribbean Gala Ceremony 2021 scheduled for Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on October 12. The World Travel Awards annually recognize travel agencies, facilities and services from around the world with a track record of excellence in their annual performance.

These awards are given based on the analysis of specialized sites and surveys of professionals in the tourism sector. Once again, Meliá Hotels International Cuba hotels are positioned in different categories, the note recalls. Such news constitutes recognition of the service of excellence and the permanent renewal of the products of the Spanish company on this island.

Said renewal, the statement completes, is in tune with Meliá’s global policies that encourage the creation of safe healthcare environments through the Stay Safe with Meliá program, the digitization of experiences, responsible tourism and commitment to development.