Varadero, Cuba, Oct 8 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban group Gran Caribe (GC) is prepared and ready today to reopen to international tourism in this resort with the demands of the Covid-19, assured Ismary Hernández, delegate here from that hotel company.
Hernández pointed out to Prensa Latina that as of October 15, in the first instance, ‘we will have foreign clients in Iberostar Taino, Muthu Playa Varadero, and Arenas Doradas and the other hotels will have the conditions created to reopen the services’.
The tourism product requires strict biosecurity protocols for visitors and workers due to the pandemic affecting the entire world, and our country is facing it as we have done in all difficult situations and from which we will come out ahead,’ he emphasized.
Hernandez said that GC has in the western locality, main sun and beach pole of Cuba, a physical plant of 17 properties, grouped in 13 hotel complexes, which accumulate more than six thousand rooms dedicated to the smoke-free industry.
We have the end of the year celebrations coming up, December is close as well as the anniversary of the Cuban revolution that we also celebrate with pride, dedication and effort, so that the sector contributes with what is expected and the national economy can be strengthened,’ he underlined.
The tourism director indicated that soon, the entity will make available to the internal market good offers for the so-called high season, where GC will have two star products: the Casa Perla and the Meliá Internacional hotel.
The House … is a very beautiful, old construction, subject to a major internal remodeling, with an interesting design in the 10 rooms available, high standard of comfort, located in a very attractive beach strip, and belongs to the hotel Starfish Cuatro Palmas’, he explained.
The Meliá Internacional -he added- ‘has already been operating for some time, in the summer it offered services to Cuban vacationers and it is doing very well, with a lot of acceptance, very demanded by foreign and national markets and with awards in spite of its short life’.
Hernandez expressed that the QA workers received joint training by specialists from the Ministries of Tourism and Public Health in health protocols, ‘and there is understanding and appreciation of the need to protect ourselves’.
The Greater Caribbean has always stood for the value of a smile. Today you can’t see why we have to wear a mask, but clients will feel cared for by an expression in their eyes, a gesture and everything will be fine during their stay in our hotels’, he added.
(Taken from PL)