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Cuba to add 1141 more hotel rooms in 2005

Posted April 19, 2005 by publisher in Cuba Travel.

Cuba’s tourism industry, one of the fastest-growing sectors in the Caribbean Island’s economy, will inaugurate new tourism facilities in 2005.
According to specialized sources, four hotels will be inaugurated and 1,141 rooms will be completed this year.

That way, Cuba’s leisure industry will have 44,000 rooms in hotels throughout the country by December.

Statistics show that last year, Cuba ranked second in Latin America in the modality of congress tourism.

In that same modality, Havana ranked first among the cities of the region, thanks to its excellent hotel infrastructure that can guarantee the successful celebration of a wide range of meetings.

Cuba is expected to receive 2.3 million foreign vacationers this year, thus keeping the growing tendency in the tourism sector.

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