Havana, Aug 10.- A statement from the Spanish chain Meliá International today signified that the construction of a hotel to be managed by this firm is progressing in the central-south region of Cuba, the Trinidad Peninsula.
That message appeared on the Twitter account of Meliá Cuba's commercial director, Francisco Camps, who pointed out that the new facility will be ideal for families, circuits, weddings and events.
He stressed that the Meliá Trinidad Peninsula will be very close to one of the most beautiful landscapes in Cuba and the world.
Trinidad is the central city of this country with the most preserved colonial architecture, and one of the most visited sites by both national and foreign travelers.
Currently, four hotels in Cuba are among the 25 best resorts in the Caribbean that operate under the all-inclusive mode, as announced by the TripAdvisor site.
Three of the facilities recognized for their high levels of services are managed by the Meliá Hotels International Cuba chain, which opportunely highlighted the incentive of such recognition for the company in a year marked by the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The distinguished Cuban hotels are the Meliá Cayo Coco (center-north), the Paradisus Río de Oro (Holguín-Oriente), the Meliá Buenavista (Cayo Santa María-center) and the Royalton Hicacos Varadero Resort & Spa (Varadero, West).
Cuba is ranked 19th among the 25 most popular destinations in the world, according to TripAdvisor, and within the Caribbean, it is only surpassed by the Dominican Republic, always based on the surveys of said travel website. (Text and photo: PL)