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Melia Orlando Celebration has implemented Melia Hotels International’s Stay Safe with Melia program, which debuted in early May across over 340 hotels globally.

Located right off of I-4, Melia Orlando Celebration reopened in May following guidelines from the newly launched Stay Safe with Meliáby Meliá Hotels International. The property features spacious suites of 750- to 1,000 sq. ft. and fully equipped kitchenettes, complemented by resort pool views. The hotel’s signature restaurant 360 American Bistro + Bar has modified their offerings from a self-service buffet into a market-style with pre-packaged grab and go offerings.

Travel advisors, can now check out the hotel through a virtual tour link—click here.

Rates start as low as $90/night. With the promo code SAVE10MOH, guests receive 10 percent off nightly rates, kids stay and eat free, $100 in hotel credits, and early check-in/late check-out (conditions apply).

For guests booking a wedding or event, Stay Safe with Meliá has been certified by Bureau Veritas and involves the transformation of the customer experience in the context of Covid19, including a special focus on events in three fundamental areas:

  • Layouts: virtual site inspections have been enhanced, with 3D diagramming tools helping to design new layouts due to reductions in maximum capacity in event rooms. Signage has been introduced to help direct the movements of people and separation systems to ensure social distancing. Digital applications are also being promoted in the relationship between event organizers and the hotel.
  • Additional hygiene measures: including the use of disinfectant mats, hydroalcoholic gel dispensers, the sealing of rooms after disinfection, water in glass bottles for each attendee, sealing of cutlery and frequently used items, stationery on request and a reduction in the use of decorative items.
  • Catering services: carried out in a private room or in areas specially reserved for each group and, whenever possible, using outdoor set-ups and show cooking. In addition, dishes are served in pre-prepared individual portions and coffee breaks and buffets are served by staff to avoid customers handling utensils. Take-away services are also available.

For more information, visit For more travel info, don’t miss our July/August issue, especially “Educating Clients is Key as U.S. Reopens.”