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Cuba: Jardines del Rey Destination starts Tourism High Season with renewed Image

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Cuba: Jardines del Rey Destination starts Tourism High Season with renewed ImageHAVANA, Cuba, Dec 5 (acn) With a renewed image in its hotel and recreational facilities, the Jardines del Rey tourist pole, in the north of Ciego de Avila province, currently welcomes more than three thousand vacationers, figure that is expected to continue rising during the current tourism high season.

According to Lessner Gomez, sub-delegate of Tourism in that Cuban central territory, the 16 hotels located in the keys of that destination (Coco and Guillermo) present better conditions and new offers, thanks to the recovery process undertaken after the passage of Hurricane Irma.
He explained that, for this period, they have incorporated air operations led by Canadian tour operators Sunwing and Air Transat, and Russian Pegas Touristik, while flights from Argentina began this December 4 and those from England will start today.
National and foreign media noted on a tour how most of the facilities located in that tourist center show a renewed product, just two months after the passage of Irma.
Such is the case of Pullman Cayo Coco (566 rooms), considered the most luxurious of hotel in Jardines del Rey and the first of the destination in management contract with the French chain Accord.
Robert Perez, manager of this facility, said they reopened on November 15 with a redesign and expansion of its gastronomic centers, change of furniture and color of the rooms, among other improvements.
The same happens with the Melia Jardines del Rey (1,176 rooms), which resumed services on November 1, and after only a month it already had 668 clients, close to its usual average for the current period (around 700 guests).
This facility, the largest managed by Melia Spanish chain in the world, has approximately one kilometer of beach line.
Jardines del Rey tourist destination has a marina, a dolphinarium and a glass tower available for visitors, and next January it is planned to reopen the cable skiing service, only one of its kind in the Caribbean area.
The leading countries sending tourists to Cuba are Canada, UK, Russia and Portugal, while locals are the first market in summer months.

 

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