Meliá Hotels International has signed a new hotel in Lloret de Mar, bringing the company to one of Spain's most outstanding holiday destinations – the Costa Brava. The Gran Hotel Monterrey, a renowned property in the coastal town in Girona, will be renovated and adapted to the Meliá Hotels & Resorts brand thanks to the agreement between the hotel and the property's asset manager, Okami Hotels.
The future Meliá Lloret de Mar is expected to open in the second quarter of 2024, just in time to kick off the peak holiday season. The hotel will have 200 rooms, with various categories offered, adapting to each traveller's needs and comfort. Guests will be able to enjoy quality gastronomy in an all-day dining restaurant and an à la carte restaurant, a bar and a pool bar, offering a wide variety of drinks and snacks and an exclusive vibe.
Guests checking into the new Meliá Lloret de Mar will also be able to enjoy impressive public areas and exceptional outdoor facilities. Guests can choose between two outdoor swimming pools or catch some rays on the sun deck or in the large green gardens. In line with Meliá Hotels & Resorts' focus on wellbeing, the hotel will also feature a wellness area with a fully equipped gym and a spa, offering guests the best treatments.
Business travellers and those organising events will also be able to enjoy Meliá Lloret de Mar's different meeting and events facilities, including spacious rooms and outdoor event hosting options in the hotel gardens. Because of its location in a prominent coastal destination, its proximity to Barcelona and its outstanding facilities, the property will have a great potential for the MICE segment.
As Gabriel Escarrer Jaume, Vice President and CEO of Meliá Hotels International, explains, “Meliá is a company with Mediterranean roots and we will therefore continue to promote Spanish holiday destinations and the repositioning of iconic hotels. We remain committed to them, offering first-class experiences with renewed concepts that add value to the area and continue to improve our tourist destinations."