Published on 2020-12-02 by
Indira Rivero Reyes
The hotel facilities in the Cuban province of Holguin, belonging to the Cubanacán and Islazul chains, carried out various resuscitation actions in their areas for the reopening of tourist services to the international market.
Brisas Guardalavaca is one of the hotels of the Cubanacán Group that already offers the option of accommodation in the territory, based on the development of various maintenance and repair actions.
Noel Fernandez, commercial director of the facility, told ACN that work was carried out focused on the central AC system, pumping the pools, as well as the supply of hot and cold water to the rooms.
They also paid attention to the request of the guests to incorporate more shaded areas around the pools and in the nearest beach extension, where they are building a club for aquatic activities and a diving center, available for all areas of this tourist pole, Fernandez noted.
Considerable investments were also made in the city hotels of the Islazul chain, located in the capital of Holguin, with highlight to the restoration of the swimming pool of the Pernik hotel and the services adjacent to the bathing area, equipped to serve around 500 customers.
In the case of the El Bosque Villa, most of the changes are concentrated in the reception area, where they built a lobby-bar and all the furniture was replaced, said Odalis Fonseca, specialist in public relations of that center.
Another modified space in the hotel is the restaurant, from its division into three sections: a specialized restaurant, the buffet and a cafeteria open to the Pedro Díaz Cuello community, adjacent to the facility.
The Mayabe viewpoint joined the maintenance actions in its service areas on the occasion of the celebration of its 60th anniversary, which includes the reconstruction of the wine cellar, as well as the repair of the Peasant House, the pool and the oldest rooms.
Various tourist facilities were revived in this eastern territory due to the reopening to the international market, which will gradually open, according to the increase in the number of visitors arriving in Cuba.
Last November 3, the Frank País García International Airport resumed commercial operations with the Canadian airline Air Transat, from which the flow of foreign customers began in the different hotel facilities of the province, mostly belonging to sun and beach tourism. (Thalia Ruiz Desdín, ACN)