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Posted May 05, 2003 by publisher in Cuba Hotels

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Havana.- The chain Bahía Príncipe Clubs and Resorts, owned by the Piñeiro Group, will enter the Cuban market, where it will run a hotel in Varadero Beach.

According to sources from the leisure industry, the company will administer the Bahía Príncipe Hotel, owned by the Cuban group Gaviota S.A.
The hotel is the former Club Med, which is undergoing thorough restoration works to be adjusted to the parameters of the new brand, and it is expected to reopen in August.

The experts pointed out that the hotel will have 500 rooms, including 31 suites, three specialty restaurants and a main restaurant, three bars, and a swimming pool, and will operate under the all-inclusive system.

Among the novelties is the so-called “Pueblo Cubano” (Cuban Town), located at one of the ends of the hotel and designed as a commercial center.

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