Meliá Hotels International has announced new changes in the organization of its business operations in Palma de Mallorca, with the appointment of Natalia Seoane as the new head of the Palma Congress Center and its Meliá Palma Bay hotel, managed by the company since its opening in 2017. Ramón Vidal, former general manager, embarks on a new role as director of the Meliá Hotels International operations center in Palma, responsible of the 6 hotels that the company operates in the city, as well as the Congress Center, and ensuring the excellence of its operation and performance.
Natalia Seoane (Sada, A Coruña, 1983) studied at the Centro Superior de Hostelería de Galicia and later began her professional career at Meliá Hotels International, a company to which she has been linked ever since and with which she has grown professionally after her time at numerous hotels, such as Gran Meliá Fénix (Madrid), Gran Meliá Rome Villa Agrippina or Meliá Barcelona Sarriá. In Mallorca, she has been general manager of the Hotel Palma Bellver, the Gran Meliá Victoria and, more recently, the Gran Meliá de Mar, positioning the hotel among the best luxury resorts in the world, being a member from the exclusive group of Leading Hotels of the World.
Ramón Vidal (Laxe, A Coruña. 1966), finished his studies in Hotel Administration at the University of A Coruña and at Cornell University in New York. He has extensive experience in hotel management both in Spain and abroad. At Meliá Hotels International, he was in charge, for six years, of the Meliá Castilla hotel in Madrid, the company's flagship MICE hotel. From there, he made the leap to Mallorca to manage the opening of the Palma Congress Center in 2017, a project in which he has invested great effort and commitment. Since then, Ramón Vidal has been responsible for the largest infrastructure for Meetings & Events in the Balearic Islands. He has also been president of the Mallorca Convention Bureau and the MICE Strategic Segment of the Balearic Islands Tourism Strategy Agency (Aetib), promoting public-private collaboration and sustainable development of the MICE industry.
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