Sol Melia plans new hotel for Braga, Portugal

Sol Melia is planning to launch a new property in Portugal this year as it expands its international portfolio of hotels and resorts.

Plans for the Melia Braga Hotel & Spa
Plans for the Melia Braga Hotel & Spa

The Melia Braga Hotel & Spa is scheduled to open in June. Located in Braga's main development district, it is set to offer 180 rooms and a 750sqm congress centre, which includes six meeting rooms.

In addition, the company has announced plans to open two properties in Columbia.

The 253-room Melia Barranquilla will include a convention centre with capacity for 1,000 delegates.

The Melia Cartagena will offer 268 rooms, plus meeting space, in a building that will also include a shopping centre and casino.

A spokesman said the company had added 20 hotels to its portfolio during 2009 as part of its brand development strategy.

 

 

 

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