Meliá Lima is renewed
Reaffirming the commitment to the market, the renovations aim to align the property with the wellness policies of the brand and to offer an improved proposal for the guest
The Meliá Lima hotel began this year remodeling its facilities in two stages: the first includes 100 of its 180 rooms, and the second will end next year with the entire hotel. With an investment close to one million dollars, the design was made by the ASAH study of the Spanish architect Álvaro Sanz, responsible for the projects and remodeling of Meliá Hotels International.
The Meliá Lima hotel has recently been incorporated into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame, after receiving the Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years
The rooms, completely renovated, look mostly light colors that offer a spacious and bright. The furniture and decoration show a balance between a European style, with Spanish design furniture and elements of local culture, such as gold leaf decorations, photographs of Peruvian scenes and wood carvings.
All equipment has been renovated. As a novelty, Britt espresso coffee machines were incorporated with a wide variety of Peruvian coffees, and a broad connectivity was added: speaker phone, connections for multiple devices, full access to the 49-inch Smart TV, clock radio with bluetooth and USB ports for load.
As part of the project for the well-being of its guests, the bedding is made of 300 thread and 100% cotton fabric. Guests can enjoy an incredible menu of pillows of different types that includes: goose feather, memory foam wrapped in down proof fabric and silicone fiber, which guarantees a complete and pleasant rest. In addition, Chilewich brand carpets have been installed that are known to be anti-allergic, designed for those susceptible to dust and moisture and protects indoor air quality.
"The reform of the Meliá Lima is aligned in a very powerful way with the new strategic vision of the Meliá brand at a global level, focused on a territory of Wellbeing 360º. Meliá seeks to improve the wellbeing of its guests in all its aspects, and explores the value of doing things with the Spanish passion that characterizes us. We use more organic elements in our interior design, such as local wood; we improve the quality of the natural cotton of our sheets, we include several types of pillows in the preparation of the bed and we create healthier menus with vegetarian options. In the sustainable framework of the company, we try to make a difference using local and fair trade products in our gastronomic offer, "says Susanna Mander, Head of Global Brand Marketing for Meliá Hotels & Resorts.