Stayed at the Melia for a couple nights on a business trip. The hotel lobby isn't the best, and it definitely lacks some directions on the walls. The check in took long enough to bore me as there was only 1 member of the staff taking care of everything. The hallways outside the rooms have light sensors, the cheap ones, meaning you'll walk along the hallway with almost no light at all most of the times. The restaurant was understaffed and I had to guess where to sit and what to eat, as there was no one there to greet me. And the rooms? Well….good enough for just a few nights.
- What’s up with the light sensors?
- Uncomfortable bed
- Restaurant understaffed at dinner and breakfast (could’ve gotten in, eaten and left without anyone noticing for a while)
Looking at price/quality ratio, this is a good hotel for a few nights. The next time I’m there, I’ll consider alternatives before deciding on the Melia again.More
- Free Wifi