Spotlight on Melia


Melia Cuba is upbeat about a 1,076-room property it will open next month. The hotel company’s Brenda Bradley told a Toronto audience that the Melia Jardines del Rey will be a five-star resort found on a “terrific stretch of beach. I am very excited about it.” Bradley earlier told the gathered travel agents that Melia Cuba works to ensure that their clients are “having an exceptional time” at its resorts. Seen here (l-r) are Lisbeth Soberat; Karen Puebla, Eloy Govea and Nieves Ricardo, Cuba Tourist Board; Bradley; Marti Aragones, Melia Cuba; and Javier Domokos Ruiz, consul general of Cuba in Toronto.