Meliá Trinidad Península: between heritage and fun
Trinidad is a magical region, like taken out from a romantic novel, where nature and heritage merge to tell visitors the history of central Cuba through the voice of the southern sea, picturesque buildings and tropical mountains.
Here, in the third village founded by the Spanish conquerors on the island, a new hotel has laid foundations, the Meliá Trinidad Peninsula, an innovative and environmentally friendly project that will have 401 spacious rooms equipped with state of the art technology.
Its structure is inspired by local architecture making light and wind flow through its rooms and galleries, providing future guests with impressive views and indigenous comfort. In it, all kinds of travelers will find haven, multigenerational families, couples, lovers of culture and adventure and participants in events.
The hotel will have an exclusive The Level section where personalized service will be offered, rooms with a garden & swim-up pool along the entire perimeter, exclusive restaurants, a wellness area with a gym area, water circuits and massage rooms.
Its wide and varied gastronomic offer will be an invitation to enjoy Cuban traditional and international food; its bars, the perfect place to share with family and friends, with a wide variety of drinks, cocktails, refreshing drinks and light snacks, always accompanied by good music.
Its location on the Ancón Peninsula will encourage guests to perform different activities in the destination, such as getting lost in the cobbled streets of the old city, swimming in the southern beaches, discovering the treasures of the local seabed, exploring the trails of the Sierra del Escambray or relive the region’s past by visiting ancient sugar and cattle farms.
These experiences, combined with the pleasures of enjoying daily and night entertainment programs, the services of its cozy SPA and the facilities for the little ones, incentive groups and weddings, will make a stay at the Meliá Trinidad Peninsula a unique experience.
Like in any good novel, the romance of Meliá and Trinidad is to be lived …