Cuba Travel

Sol Melia to open Paradisus Cayo Largo del Sur

Posted August 03, 2004 by publisher in Cuba Travel.


The consortium Sol Meliá, one of Spain’s major groups, is betting on opening new facilities on Cuba’s keys.

In 2006, the company will open a new hotel under the Paradisus brand on Cayo Largo del Sur.

According to experts, the hotel is a spectacular project with which Sol Meliá will expand its offers on Cuba’s keys with an Ultra All Inclusive product.
The hotel will cover an area of 37,400 square meters on a spot height of 4.5 meters, and will be surrounded by a huge swimming pool.

The establishment will be the first luxury hotel on Cuba’s north and south keys, where Sol Meliá is running nine hotels, totaling more than 2,800 rooms.

The Paradisus Cayo Largo Hotel will be Sol Meliá‘s third Paradisus establishment in Cuba, in addition to the Paradisus Varadero, in the beach resort of same name, and the Paradisus Río de Oro, in eastern Holguín province.

Member Comments

On August 07, 2004, Ralph wrote:

I want,just point out one thing,foreigner inversions,money on
  the ground is good.But I guess it will be better,100% cuban
  inversion or very carefully conceived joint venture.It is
  important clean the tourism of corruption as well.