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Posted January 07, 2008 by publisher in Cuba Hotels

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The group Oasis Hotels and Resorts, a property of Globalia, has expanded its presence in the Cuban market, where it took over the administration of two hotels owned by Cubanacan.

The company will run the four-star hotels Oasis Brisas del Caribe and Oasis Brisas Santa Lucia.

The former offers 444 rooms and is located by the beach, 30 kilometers from Varadero’s International Airport.

The latter offers 412 rooms and is on Santa Luc�a beach, in the eastern province of Camaguey.

The two establishments provide services to families and, according to Globalia, they offer excellent comfort, services and entertainment.

Oasis Hotels and Resorts runs six establishments totaling 2,000 rooms in Cuba.

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  1. Follow up post #1 added on January 07, 2008 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    This is just a short story from the weekly DTCuba newsletter but when have you EVER heard of a foreign hotel chain taking over any Cuban owned hotels?



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  2. Follow up post #2 added on January 07, 2008 by James August

    I wonder who has shares in Globalia, wasn’t Raoul in Spain last year hmmm


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