Melia Braco dishes out the real J'can culture
Focused on creating unique experiences, Melia Braco Resort, Trelawny, delivered on its commitment to raising the bar in the tourism industry by setting new standards at their Independence celebration last weekend.
With a packed house of foreigners and locals, Melia Braco showcased the richest aspects of the Jamaican culture, giving its guests front-row seats to the island's iconic attractions, its food, fashion, topography, music and customs.
The resort, which boasts a Georgian-inspired architectural town square, constructed replicas of Fern Gully, a waterfall depicting the world-famous Dunn's River Falls, a corner shop stocked with bun and cheese, 'tin mackerel', Red Stripe and Guinness, with men playing dominoes close by and a tyrant washerwoman, washing and hanging her clothes for the town to see.
Handing a large slice of the Jamaican culture on a platter, guests' expectations were exceeded. Led by General Manager Dimitris Kosvogiannis, the hotel team took the country's Independence celebration to the apex ... read