Meliá Llana Beach Resort & Spa Opens in Cape Verde

Photo by Meliá Hotels & Resorts

Cape Verde has just welcomed its newest property, the Meliá Llana Beach Resort & Spa. The new property is an all-inclusive, adults-only experience on Algodoeiro Beach. 

Located on the island of Sal on the island’s southwest coast, the resort sits just a few minutes from the city of Santa Maria and Amilcar Cabral International Airport. The new opening marks Meliá Hotels & Resorts fourth property in the area.

The resort offers Wi-Fi, a swimming pool, the YHI Spa with beatify, wellbeing and health treatments, an gym facility and a variety of onsite dining options.

Restaurants on property include Mosaico, the resort's main buffet restaurant, which features show cooking. There is also Casa Nostra for Italian food; Nami Asian Bistro for Asian-inspired cuisine; and Pura Vida, the resort’s snack bar in the pool area. The property also boasts four bars, each offering modern cocktails and a selection of international drinks.

For the ultimate treatment in luxury, guests should try The Level, the resort’s elevated service concept, which has a  variety of private areas like a private check-in, lounge and pool areas, priority reservations for all hotel services, a water ritual in the YHI Spa and myriad of luxury amenities.

The property’s extensive activity program for adults includes multiple sports activities, workshops, dance classes, live music and shows.

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