The two-day agenda of the meeting includes learning about Cuba's situation in the travel industry, particularly the country's potential and facilities for accommodation.
The meeting deals about Cuba and the Caribbean, and their situation at present, as well as research on the main indicators to understand the near future.
Growth, the current situation, trends, vision of the world economy and its influence on Cuba, are some of the topics under discussion by 250 experts from a dozen countries.
A panel debated the situation of cruise ships for Cuba and the environment, as well as the design and remodeling of hotels, applied technology and expenditures.
On Tuesday, Havana Historian Eusebio Leal will give a lecture on the patrimonial vision and its future, and experts from several countries will review the emerging destinations, hotel segments and Cuba's achievements.
Another panel will focus on the vision of well-renowned foreign hotel companies to operate in Cuba, as well as technology and connectivity as a key factor for tourism.
Other topics for debate are climate change, nature, disasters and the concept of sustainable construction.
On the last day of debates, hotel leaders will express their vision on Cuba, the prospects of the island's hotel and tourism industries, and the opinions of experienced international tour operators.
They will also analyze hotels and recreation in Cuba in the present and the future, investments and business.
The meeting, held at Havana's Meliá Cohiba Hotel, is being attended by hotel experts, executives and high-level experts interested in Cuba's tourist development, and it is a great opportunity for Cuba, due to the presence of top executives from Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, as well as from the United States.