Cuba Travel

DTC News.- Cayo Largo del Sur Reports High Occupancy Rate

Posted May 05, 2003 by publisher in Cuba Travel.

Havana.- Cayo Largo del Sur, one of Cuba’s most demanded tourist destinations by foreign visitors has reported a high occupancy rate of over 90 percent during the ongoing tourist season.

According to Cuban tourist authorities, profits exceeded 800,000 dollars, and revenues reached 3.25 million dollars in January alone.

According to predictions for this year, total revenues are expected to reach 25 million dollars, while profits may total four million dollars.

Among the region’s hotels are Sol Cayo Largo and Sol Pelícano, run by the Spanish group Sol Meliá, and the villas Soledad, Coral and Lindamar, among other facilities.

Construction works are underway in the 306-room Barcelo Hotel, which is expected to open during next high tourist season.

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