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Blue Diamond keeps growing as Cuba reopens its borders

As Cuba reopens its borders to tourism and enters the new normal, the Canadian hotel chain Blue Diamond Resorts added a new facility to its previous 19 properties in the Island.

This ten-year-old northern company greeted the resumption of Cuban tourism with the opening of a 10-bedroom, high-standard Mystique Casa Perla boutique hotel in Varadero, located on a house built in 1944.

The work in question, winner of the Gold Medal Award for Architecture in 1946 and other distinctions for the quality of its initial proposal, is run by the Gran Caribe Group and operated by the Canadian partner.

Present in 10 Caribbean destinations, with 45 lodgings and more than 15,500 rooms, Blue Diamond Resorts holds 20 lodgings in Cuba that provide more than 8,500 rooms in Havana, Jibacoa, Santa Maria, Coco and Guillermo keys, Trinidad and Varadero Beach.
On account of such number of beds, the Canadian company ranks as the second most important in Cuba, only surpassed by Spain’s Meliá, a pioneer in the field.

With several brands like Memorias, Starfish, Mystique and Royalton, this foreign operator took advantage of the COVID-19 lockdown to improve its facilities and the quality of its services together with its host partners: the Cubanacán, Gran Caribe and Gaviota Groups.

Mohamad Fawzi, general director of Blue Diamond Resorts in Cuba, told ACN that this destination is more than important for them, the reason that they operate 50% of their lodgings in the Island.

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