Meliá Hotels & Resorts has announced that the Meliá Coco Beach in Puerto Rico will reopen December 15 after being closed due to the effects of last year’s Hurricane Maria. The resort, which is in a gated community and surrounded by reef-protected beaches and El Yunque National Forest, is undergoing a multi-million-dollar renovation that will include amenity upgrades, new local-focused experiences and Meliá-branded services including its premium service concept, THE LEVEL.
When it reopens Meliá Coco Beach, which is 20 minutes from the airport, will have 486 guest rooms, including 480 Junior Suites and six ocean front villas. All rooms have been completely re-designed and focus on using light, natural colors alongside comforting patterns and contain warm, traditional décor. Each room is housed in a two-story bungalow with views of the ocean and gardens throughout the property. Additionally, the resort will have a variety of restaurants offering international cuisine.
Meliá Coco Beach will also have THE LEVEL, with 126 Junior Suites and six oceanfront villas with the brand’s signature elevated service concept. THE LEVEL guests receive access to a private lounge with premium beverages and light bites served throughout the day, a pool for blissful relaxation, preferential bookings at additional on-property restaurants, concierge service and upgraded in-room amenities.
The new, 41,280 sq. ft. meeting and event space has been designed to accommodate various size groups and has video mapping and a number of other tech amenities. The space includes an expansive ballroom that is perfect for any size meeting or event, and a foyer with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Additional services and amenities include Romance by Meliá with curated packages designed for weddings, honeymoons and other special occasions, and a Spa, offering a bevy of restorative treatments including facials, massages and more. Guests of Meliá Coco Beach also receive discounted greens fees, tee times, private lessons and club storage at two 18-hole championship courses designed by PGA professional Tom Kite at Coco Beach Golf & Country Club, which hosts the PGA Tour event in Puerto Rico.