After an intervention to raise its standards to the most demanding levels of contemporary Spanish luxury, Meliá Sancti Petri will reopen its doors as Gran Meliá Sancti Petri on March 1. The Gran Lujo hotel, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, becomes the third establishment of the exclusive Gran Meliá Hotels & Resorts brand in Andalusia, the eighth in Spain and the 13th worldwide.
To respond to the expectations and experiences demanded by the most demanding travelers today, without losing the essence of this unique hotel on the Cadiz coast, the 227 rooms and other spaces and common areas of the hotel have been renovated, incorporating the Red Level service, characteristic of the Gran Meliá brand, Clarins cosmetics, and a new program of experiences.
The five-star Gran Lujo Meliá Sancti Petri hotel will reopen on March 1, operating under the luxury brand Gran Meliá Hotels & Resorts. The first luxury hotel brand in Spain of the Meliá Hotels International company.
In a privileged enclave located on the beach front of La Barrosa, Cádiz, the restyling and rebranding of this five-star luxury hotel is the result of different renovations carried out in the spaces during the last four years. This year the project is completed maintaining its Andalusian style – as his seven sources in the main courtyard, the olive trees that decorate the square or terracota- floors creating a unique atmosphere of elegance and sophistication of Gran Meliá characteristic.
Surrounded by five golf courses, the hotel has refurbished its 227 rooms and suites to take the vision of the brand to one of the most traditional and attractive destinations in Spain. One of the most important transformations will be precisely the adoption of ¬¬the attributes and services of the brand as differentiating elements.
The good table will also be insured in the new Gran Meliá Sancti Petri thanks to its restaurant Alevante with a Michelin star and a Sol from the Repsol Guide. Led by chef Angel León sea, the restaurant for 38 diners offers a cuisine based on the great successes of Aponiente, by reviewing its history and for which he has been awarded three Michelin stars and three Repsol Suns.
Daniel Perez Cristobal, Director of Gran Melia Sancti Petri, said the need to evolve as luxury is concerned: “For 20 years, Melia Sancti Petri has positioned itself as a benchmark of luxury in the resorts segment, both nationally and international; to continue surprising our most loyal clientele, and new lovers of luxury, we have renewed our proposal under the Gran Meliá brand, which represents the Spanish essence and the avant-garde luxury. ”
For this reason, your new RedLevel service will offer a customized experience with countless possibilities for the most demanding clients. Personal attention and greater privacy with private check-in area and exclusive RedLevel pool (adults only).
In addition, the exclusive service that will serve 65 rooms, of which 6 are Junior Suites and 3 Presidential Suites, has the private room RedLevel Lounge with personalized attention, breakfast service and open bar.
The new commitment to the design of the rooms ranges from the use of warm tones to wooden furniture and a new distribution that offers greater freedom of movement creating an atmosphere of relaxation and unique comfort.
Balconies with incredible views, Clarins amenities, as well as Nespresso in-room coffee machines and the latest digital technology from Google Chrome Cast and Press Reader are some of the novelties that Gran Meliá Sancti Petri presents this season.
For its part, the establishment presents 147 Premium category rooms – with different panoramic views – as well as 19 family rooms. Some with private garden and access to the hotel pools.
Also, the hotel management considers this new project as a work in conjunction with the Gran Meliá brand to “reach new travelers, but keeping loyal customers with whom we have shared 20 years. We opened as Meliá Sancti Petri in 1999. “, explains the director.
As an essential attribute of the Gran Meliá hotels, architecture takes on special importance in this hotel considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the Andalusian province. Inspired by the most impressive architectural gems of Andalusia as the Mosque of Cordoba and the Alhambra, Gran Melia Sancti Petri rises in an authentic neomudéjar palace and maintains its Moorish style with splendid marble courtyards, Moorish gardens and swimming pools.