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Posted May 21, 2003 by publisher in Cuba Vacation

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Havana.- The Spanish chain Occidental Hotels and Resorts will run the Miramar Hotel in Cuba this year, which was previously administered by the French consortium Accor, under the Novotel brand.

According to spokespersons for the Spanish consortium, the establishment, owned by the Cuban group Gaviota S.A., will operate under the name Occidental Miramar.

Occidental Hotels and Resorts, which owns over 80 hotels in 15 countries in Africa, Europe and America, has implemented a continuous expansion strategy and is a leading firm in the administration of resorts under the all-inclusive system.

For its part, Gaviota S.A. is one of Cuba’s major chains and owns 30 hotels totaling 6,794 rooms.

At present, 50 Cuban hotels, totaling 18,000 rooms, operate under administration contracts with foreign firms, including 12 joint ventures.

Among the major foreign consortiums with operations in Cuba are Sol Meli, Barcelo, Iberostar, LTI, Sandals, Superclubs, Club Med and Hoteles C.

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