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Meliá Hotels Opens Gran Meliá Villa Le Blanc Hotel Menorca

In a bid to expand its global offering, Meliá Hotels International has officially opened the new Gran Meliá Villa Le Blanc Hotel in Menorca, one of the Spanish Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea.

The new Gran Meliá Villa Le Blanc Hotel is operated by Meliá Hotels International and is the first Grand Luxury hotel on the island and the first carbon-neutral hotel with net-zero emissions. 

The beachfront hotel is fully integrated with its surroundings and provides 114 rooms and 45 suites, all designed with the greatest respect for traditional Menorcan style, as well as three dining spaces inspired by the island's culinary traditions and innovation.

The dining options are S'Amarador Villa Le Blanc, CRU (created by chef Joan Canals and reflecting the personality of the iconic Ulises Restaurant in Menorca) and NIVI, specialising in Mediterranean cuisine and barbecues. 

In addition to extraordinary luxury and exceptional beauty, the Gran Meliá Villa Le Blanc Hotel is also a prototype of a sustainable hotel that the company expects to lead the way to the future decarbonisation of its hotel portfolio thanks to greater energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Key features in the hotel include biomass boilers, geothermal energy and heat recovery, photovoltaic energy, recycling clean and grey waters, and digital technology to measure and control the water footprint and reduce energy and water use. ​

The hotel is owned by Victoria Hotels & Resorts, a company set up by Bankinter in 2021 as another example of its commitment to a strategic Spanish industry, and also involving a number of its most relevant clients, Meliá Hotels International and GMA, the latter as managing partner.

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