Published on 2020-12-21 by
The Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski, in Havana, resumed its tourism services on December 14, after being closed since last April due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 5-star plus category facility is located in Old Havana and is managed by the Gaviota hotel group in conjunction with the Swiss group Kempinski Hotels.
The building is officially reopened and ready to welcome travelers who choose to stay in its 246 rooms - including 50 suites - and enjoy its restaurants, bars, spa, gym, heated rooftop pool and an exclusive cigar lounge.
Also in the Cuban capital, the Iberostar Parque Central Hotel reopened its doors on December 1, coinciding with the start of the high tourism season in Cuba and the application of the safety and hygienic measures contemplated in its protocols.
In the months of forced recess in tourist activity due to the covid-19 pandemic, it carried out a process of renovation of part of its housing plant, under the premise of a personalized service, and its emblematic and thematic gastronomy points were adapted to the new standards.
Likewise, the NH Capri Hotel, belonging to Gran Caribe Hotels Group, restarted its tourist operations in Havana, complying with strict regulations of bio-security to guarantee the well-being of guests and workers.
With a four-star category, it is located at Vedado neighborhood, an ideal starting point to get to know the lively capital of Cuba. (ACN)