Havana, 3 Sep (ACN) The Meliá company informed today that the Meliá Jardines del Rey hotel joins its list of safe establishments for tourism in Cuba, with special protocols to face the COVID-19.
Francisco Camps, deputy general manager of Melia Hotels Cuba, published on the social network Twitter that the facility already has the certification “Tourism + Hygienic and Safe”.
We thank the workers for their efforts and we reaffirm our commitment to the well-being of our guests, he said.
This class corresponds to the protocols established by the Ministries of Public Health and Tourism, which guarantee an appropriate recreational stay for both national and foreign travelers, said the Prensa Latina agency.
Last August, the Jardines del Rey International Airport, in Cayo Coco, received the first foreign tourists with strict safety and protection measures, since the closing of the borders in Cuba (at the end of March), which include hygienic-sanitary protocols established to detect any respiratory symptoms of the travelers.
Currently, the 10 international airports in Cuba have the necessary certification for the resumption of operations in the context of the current epidemiological situation.
Since July 1st, the possibilities of vacations for foreign tourists in the keys of the Cuban center-north and South Long Key, in the southwestern portion, are open.
Meliá is the Spanish hotel chain with the greatest presence in Cuba, where it operates 39 establishments.
(Taken from ACN)