Housed in a 22-floor tower fronted by an adjoining seven-floor podium building, Meliá Chiang Mai’s host of facilities includes two restaurants, two bars, and two lounges, one with an executive lounge on the 21st floor.
She joins the 30-suite and 70-villa resort after working as the director of sales at Dream Phuket Hotel and Spa, another five-star resort on the island, where she also assisted with hotel operations.
Meliá Quy Nhon Beach Resort, set to open in 2025, will be the group’s fourth beachfront resort in Vietnam under Melia Hotels & Resorts brand, complementing properties in Da Nang, Ho Tram and Nha Trang.
The Spanish group’s footprint in Vietnam deepens with 12 hotels and resorts from Tay Ninh to Hai Phong.
The Spanish-born general manager comes to Meliá Phuket Mai Khao after successfully opening Meliá Shanghai Parkside in China and SOL by Meliá Phu Quoc in Vietnam.
Gran Meliá Lombok will open in 2024, showcasing the Spanish hotel group’s commitment to the luxury market in Southeast Asia.