Gran Melia Puerto Rico / Gran Melia Coco Beach Reviews

Gran Melia Puerto Rico

Melia Hotels & Resorts, located in Rio Grande Puerto Rico, announced the Gran Melia Puerto Rico will be rebranded as Meliá Coco Beach.

The resort will undergo renovations in various phases throughout the year, however the current food and beverage offerings will be updated and will include a buffet restaurant, a steakhouse and a Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant. The Gran Melia Golf Resolt will remain open and with no major changes.

Meliá Coco Beach will feature a refurbished convention center with state of the art technology suitable for a wide variety of meetings and events slated to open December 2017.

The good:

The hotel has a great pool and is attached to the beach. The breakfast is great, varied and with staff cutting the fruit live and preparing hot food. It has a carts service running continuously to take you to the reception and pool area. Exuberant gardens and exotic animals.

Gran Melia Puerto Rico is in an excellent location. The facilities are excellent, the spectacular view and the comfort of the room are excellent.

The white plastic sunbathers that were close to the shore of the beach Excellent as they can get into the water and one feels a spectacular relaxation. They have tremendous facilities it is a matter of giving them a little affection and maintenance to get to the maximum.

The attention of the staff of the pool exclusively for red level clients and the waiters in the restaurants where extremely friendly and tried to attend to us in a cordial way after the inconveniences.

The bad:

It does not reach the 5 star level, many locals passing the day, the pool too full, they charge you $ 17 a day parking, you cannot enter the room until 4pm, the beach in front is not Of the best of Puerto Rico, you have to pay for everything, even a kayak or any activity., Isolated from everything, you need a car to get out of the complex.

When checking in to the Gran Melia Puerto Rico, apart from the cost of the room that is not economical, they charge you $ 200.00 in case one vandalizes or damages something in the room. Paid for two nights almost $ 500.00. The maid told me nothing amiable about that “charge” and that if there was no damage I would be reimbursed. What guarantee do I have of this? In any hotel I have visited in PR or outside I had been given a similar charge. We are a couple of over 60 years old who do not usually damage other people’s property. I wonder the legality of this charge they made immediately to my account.

One of the reception people a bit unfriendly. According to whom you gave was better.The Wifi was leaving for a while, the coverage is a bit regularly. The parking is obligatory to pay, take it as an increase in room price because you have to pay it yes or yes to enter the hotel as it is a little away from everything, you need a car to get around.

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