Cuban Resort Prepares Tourism High Season

Ciego de Avila, Cuba Oct 26 .- Workers at the Cuban tourist destination Jardines del Rey (Gardens of the King) are preparing to offer a better comfort at the hotel complex and better quality of services during the next winter season from November to April.

 

The delegate of the Ministry of Tourism in the province of Ciego de Avila, Iyolexis Correa, reported that among the construction priorities is the recovery of 900 rooms, which were affected by Hurricane Irma and Tropical Storm Alberto.

She pointed out that they are also preparing the extrahotel system and will start up the Pilar I hotel in Cayo Guillermo (Guillermo Key), which will be the first five-star beach resort managed by the Cuban company Gaviota and the Kempinski chain.

With the opening of 245 new rooms for international tourism, Jardines del Rey will increase to 8,640 rooms in 18 hotels and four villages.

They also agreed with agencies and companies in the territory to increase supply of inputs and services to tourist facilities with a view to reducing imported products, which will favor the economic progress of this industry in the country.

The high season of tourism, which begins in November, is expecting an increase in foreign visitors, due to the entry of new flights to the international airport Coco Key, from Russia and Poland. (Prensa Latina)