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The Innside by Meliá brand makes its debut this summer in Ibiza and Fuerteventura with a concept designed for curious and adventurous travellers

Main Image: INNSide Ibiza Rooftop view at night

Meliá Hotels International aims to strengthen its lifestyle brand with hotels in two of the most privileged destinations in the Balearic and Canary Islands, offering new spaces designed for well-being, local experiences and social get-togethers.

There are brands that seem like the perfect fit for their destination, reflecting the local lifestyle and naturally connecting with the travellers that visit them. This happens with INNSiDE by Meliá, which is making its debut this summer in Ibiza and Fuerteventura, two islands which are the perfect scenario for INNSiDE. 

INNSIDE by Meliá Fuerteventura

Meliá Hotels International continues to promote its lifestyle brand, which now has 31 hotels all over the world. Last year the brand made the leap from the urban environment where it originally began, to resort hotels and beachfront locations, bringing with it a holistic approach which combines the best of both the business and leisure worlds and creating a meeting point for residents and visitors and a space for connection with local art and culture.

This summer season will see the opening of two INNSiDE hotels in Ibiza and Fuerteventura in the second half of July, two popular destinations that will see their hotel portfolio enhanced by a new lifestyle concept.  

Melia.com

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