Gran Caribe Hotel Chain is ready to welcome visitors with better tourism products in the Jardines del Rey complex, located north of the province of Ciego de Avila.
Vice President of the Chain, Alexander Alonso Cid told ACN that the travel agencies and tour operators are selling reservations in all of its installations across the country.
He added that they expect an excellent high season with hotels that have been refurbished in its infrastructure and improvement in services after Hurricane Irma.
Most of Gran Caribe’s installations in the northern keys were affected by the hurricane, where 7 tourism complexes were hard hit, said Alonso Cid.
The Vice President said that preventive measures were taken before the arrival of the hurricane and tourists were evacuated immediately from the keys.
Pullman Cayo Coco will open its doors to vacationers on November 15 th and is ready for the operation in all of its installations.
Guillermo Sastre, General Director of Sol Cayo Coco said that they were the first centers to receive visitors after reinitiating operations and confirmed requests from clients in upcoming flights.
Gran Caribe manages together with 11 foreign companies, 12 thousand 200 rooms in 40 hotels located in Cienfuegos, Havana, Varadero and Jardines del Rey.
By Alden Hernandez Diaz