Swim Up Bar- When guests are lounging in the hotel’s heated pools it only takes a few strokes to swim up to the bar and order the next drink.
Palapa Bar - An outdoor hut with a thatched palm roof, sitting adjacent to the pool and mere steps from the sand is the picture perfect tropics bar for daytime drinking.
Lobby Bar - An international selection of spirits and beers is available at the lobby bar as it overlooks the hotel’s open grounds, pools, gardens, and ocean.
Café Orion - In the mood for an espresso, a latte, or cappuccino? Gourmet coffees and desserts are the specialty at this petite café.
In order to drink alcohol at the Melia, you must be 21 years of age and posses identification that would prove your age. Policy effective May 1, 2007
Quetzal Restaurant - Offers a buffet service daily for breakfast and dinner with a different theme every night.
La Palapa Restaurant - Restaurant beside the beach. Offers buffet, lunch and a la carte dinner- one dinner per stay. Subject to availability: weather conditions and closed during rainy season. Reservations are required. Closed on Sundays.
Vitrales Restaurant - Offers a la carte gourmet dining. Children under 12 years old are only allowed on Wednesday. Reservations are required, one dinner per stay subject to availability. Closed on Mondays.
Los Azulejos Restaurant - A la carte International dining. Reservations are required, one dinner per stay subject to availability. Closed on Tuesdays.
Some restaurants may only operate on select schedules. Some restaurants may require reservations and expect appropriate dress. Consult the hotel upon arrival for hours of operation, reservation policies and dress codes.