Accommodation Capacity in Jardines del Rey to Be Enlarged
Havana.- The Jardines del Rey tourist region, in the northern keys off eastern Ciego de Avila province, will have 3,600 rooms for foreign vacationers this year.

According to local tourist authorities, the Cuban chain Gaviota will open a 320-room hotel in the next few weeks. The Jamaincan consortium SuperClub will run the establishment.

Including the new facility, Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo, where the commercialization of the afore-mentioned destination began ten years ago, will have 12 hotels.

Other infrastructure works will be inaugurated in Jardines del Rey next year, including the Life Quality Center and the enlargement of port facilities.

Tourism Ministry officials in the province noted investors’ growing interest in the region, paving the way for the opening of a development zone in Los Flamencos Beach.