Melia Hotels: a Leading Hotel Chain
Founded in 1956 on the Spanish island of Mallorca, Melia Hotels International is one of the world’s largest hotel companies and the largest hotel chain in Spain. The group has hundreds of hotels across the globe under eight brands, including Melia, Gran Melia, ME by Melia, Paradisus, Innside by Melia, TRYP by Wyndham, Sol Hotels and Club Melia. From luxury hotels to convention hotels, Melia has an impressive worldwide portfolio.
Melia’s Contemporary Hotels
Perfect for both leisure and business, Melia has five-star hotels in Genoa. During your stay, make the most of its wellness centre with indoor pool, gym and Turkish bath. Spend the evening in the in-house stylish bar and restaurant.
Return to your bright and spacious room with its desk, minibar, a 42-inch LCD TV and sumptuous furnishings. Or just head for the plush bathroom with its LCD TVs in the mirror.
Melia hotels also have meeting and congress rooms, which are equipped with the latest technology and WiFi.
Stay in a Melia Hotel in Genoa
Treat yourself to a luxurious stay in Genoa by booking a room at a Melia hotel. As well as having a top-notch stay, you’ll be able to easily explore Genoa from your centrally-positioned Melia hotel, just steps away from the city’s top attractions.
Leave your hotel and wander around Genoa's UNESCO-listed historic quarter, a wonderful mix of narrow alleyways and attractive plazas, with grand old buildings and palaces. Make sure you see the La Lanterna lighthouse, the black-and-white striped San Lorenzo Cathedral and the city's main square, Piazza De Ferrari, with its striking bronze fountain.
The old town is full of taverns, restaurants, shops and bakeries. If you're feeling peckish, stop at one of the bakeries to pick up some golden and crispy focaccia bread, Genoa's most famous street food.
Wander down the city's grandest boulevard, Via Garibaldi, where you'll find three art galleries within opulent palaces: Palazzo Tursi, Palazzo Bianco and Palazzo Rosso.
Within walking distance of the old town is the spruced-up Porto Antico (Old Port), which has many major attractions, including the Aquarium of Genoa and the Galata Maritime Museum.