The Meliá Salamansa, a five-star resort and hotel due to be built on the island of Sao Vicente in Cabo Verde (Cape Verde), is scheduled to open in 2018, according to an announcement from the Meliá Hotels International group.
According to information released by the group, Meliá Salamansa, which will be built in the fishing village of the same name, northeast of the city of Mindelo, will be the fifth hotel the group has built in Cabo Verde, after the Meliá Dunas, Melia Tortuga, Meliá Llana and Meliá White Sands, offering a total of 3,140 beds.
The Meliá Salamansa will have 262 rooms, a water sports centre, a spa with six swimming pools, four restaurants, shops and a leisure and entertainment area.
The project’s promoter is Imobiliária Turística de Salamansa, a private Cape Verdean real estate company that intends to develop a coastal area, which it owns, with an area of 570 hectares between the Baía das Gatas and Salamansa.
The Meliá Hotels International group was founded in 1956 in Palma de Mallorca (Spain), it is one of the largest hotel groups in the world and a leader in Spain and has more than 370 hotels in operation or in the process of opening in more than 40 countries. (macauhub/CV)