Melia is a very pretty property, the circular layout and the grounds within the complex are well placed and decorated for the visitor. The rooms are large, if a bit cold in their appearance, and the beds are HUGE.
On the other side of the experience, the foyer is highly problematic. The check-in desks are projected forward far beyond what is needed for the employees, placing the visitors registering directly in the traffic flow of anyone wanting to talk to the Concierge, go to the bar, or get a meal. The area is also incredibly loud: there are no sound dampeners and everyone seems to be nearly yelling.
Finally, there was a serious issue with being able to get clear answers in English. I realize it is NOT the official language of the U.S., but if I had known that the language used at the hotel was not English I would have looked for one that could accommodate my limited lingual ability.More
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