The Melia Marbella Dinamar becomes the Meliá Marbella Banus to connect with luxury travellers
Friday 9, July 2010
Located along the exclusive “Golden Mile” in Puerto Banús, the new Meliá Marbella Banús adapts to the rigorous Meliá quality standards to satisfy the needs of the most discerning guests.
The hotel previously known as the Meliá Marbella Dinamar is now the Meliá Marbella Banús. This traditional hotel located on the Costa del Sol in Spain has made the change to accompany the completion of a thorough renovation to adapt the hotel to the rigorous new quality standards of the Meliá brand and make it an ideal destination for people seeking superior luxury and comfort.
Amongst the most important new features is “The Level”, an area providing superior category rooms and personalised service, and the new Level Lounge providing unique hotel experiences to the most discerning guests, and privacy and intimacy during their stays. The hotel has also renovated its lobby bar and created a relaxation area for adults with Balinese beds around the pool, all designed by the architect Alvaro Sans.
The hotel has also announced the introduction of the Meliá Marbella Banús Passport, an exclusive passport for guests which provides special benefits and discounts in some of the most luxurious shops and restaurants in Puerto Banús.
The new Meliá Marbella Banús and Meliá La Quinta in Marbella will also become the first Meliá hotels to add the new Kids&Co by Meliá concept, a family programme focused on the younger members of the family and their special needs, with amenities and exclusive details for kids and a great choice of entertainment activities.
The 221-room hotel thus becomes a perfect destination for luxury travellers thanks to its excellent location, modern facilities, superior quality service and great dining and leisure facilities including a buffet restaurant, two bars, two outdoor swimming pools, an indoor heated pool, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, tennis court and two paddle tennis courts. The hotel also has four meeting rooms for events and banquets in a privileged location in the heart of the Costa del Sol.
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