Located in Cayo Coco, the facility was reopened after a complete restoration to adapt it to the standards of quality required by the Majorcan hotel group.
Eduardo Balsa, deputy director general of Iberostar Mojito, told Prensa Latina that among the changes is the creation of new spaces, like the Oasis Café in the lobby bar.
The Iberostar Mojito, Cubanacán owned hotel group, has 352 rooms for the family segment and offers a full program of activities All Inclusive own seal, he noted.
This is the second hotel of the Spanish company in the northern keys of Ciego de Avila, the other Iberostar Daiquiri in Cayo Guillermo.
Jardines del Rey is known for its lush flora and fauna and an extensive area of beautiful beaches of fine white sand, surrounded by the second largest and impressive coral reef in the world.(Prensa Latina)