Bavaro & Punta Cana May 15, 2024 | 9:34 am

First glimpse of Zel Punta Cana, the “Hotel of Tomorrow”

Punta Cana.- Francisco Camps, Area Managing Director of Meliá Hotels International in the Dominican Republic, took to his social media channels to share the first images of the upcoming Zel Hotels Punta Cana.

“It is a pleasure to share with you the first images of the rooms at the future Zel Hotels Punta Cana, the first of its kind in the Americas, right here in our Caribbean destination. Zel Hotels is the result of an exceptional collaboration between Meliá’s president, Gabriel Escarrer, and the renowned Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal. This partnership represents the perfect blend of Meliá Hotels International’s hospitality excellence with Rafael Nadal’s vibrant and authentic spirit,” he emphasized.

Camps detailed that the rooms are meticulously decorated with furniture and accessories reflecting the Mediterranean aesthetic, such as wicker lamps, cushions with marine prints, and nautical details. “The view from the rooms offers a charming landscape overlooking the pool, inviting guests to enjoy moments of tranquility and relaxation in a serene and natural environment.”

He expressed that the arrival of Zel Hotels in Punta Cana promises to offer unique experiences that reflect the essence of the Caribbean and Mediterranean passion.

Furthermore, Camps stated that the collaboration signifies a commitment to innovation and quality, strengthening cultural ties and creating new opportunities for local development.

“We invite you to discover this new authentic and Mediterranean space in the heart of the Caribbean,” he reiterated.

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Haagen Dasz
May 15, 2024 11:57 am

Looks good. And Melia always does a good job. From reading this article however I don’t understand how this is the hotel of the future?

Paul Tierney
May 15, 2024 1:09 pm
Reply to  Haagen Dasz

“Marketing” is the reason for the label “Hotel of Tomorrow”. The “all Inclusive” is worn out. What we have is a product in new wrapping.