Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero announced today that two large five-star hotels are being built in the Ancón Peninsula, about 12 kilometers south of the city of Trinidad.
Quality, the development of infrastructure and the expansion of services are key elements to be taken into account by Cuban authorities to meet their goal of receiving this year five million foreign visitors.
The steady expansion of the Meliá hotel chain in Cuba is made evident by the more than 14,000 rooms it will have on the island by the end of the year
The announcement that Cuba welcomed three million foreign visitors this year until August 9, undoubtedly attracts the attention of tour operators and travel agents who see the island as a significant and safe tourist destination.
The news that Cuba has so far received three million foreign visitors undoubtedly attracts the attention of tour operators and travel agents who consider that the Caribbean island is an indispensable destination for vacations.
Cuba's investments in tourism are growing at present with a view to boosting the development of the travel industry, according to official reports.
Investments in tourism are today a significant key to the development of the leisure industry in Cuba, a country with increased attention by professionals from the sector all over the world.
The Cuban Ministry of Tourism (Mintur) announced today that it will begin the summer season throughout the country with a variety of recreational and gastronomic options for the family.
In the first five months of 2018, Brazil is the South American market that grows the most in the emission of tourists to Cuba, with a comparative increase of 13.84 percent, sources from the sector have reported today.
Cuban authorities highlighted the confidence in this destination after the arrival of two million international visitors on May 18.