Cuba Travel

Cayo Ensenacho hotel to be run by Occidental Hotels of Spain

Posted September 27, 2005 by publisher in Cuba Travel.

The upcoming inauguration of the Cayo Ensenacho Hotel, owned by the Cuban group Gaviota S.A., has attracted foreign tour operators.

The establishment, which is at a 10-minute drive from the airport on Cayo Las Brujas, will be run by the Spanish consortium Occidental Hotels under the brand Royal Hideaway.

According to experts, the hotel was built on a 1,700-square-meter horseshoe-shaped islet bathed by the Ensenacho and El Megano beaches, which run along a strip of 2,240 meters of fine sand.

Guests can access the hotel by boat, after arriving at the airport on Cayo Las Brujas or the international airports in Villa Clara and Havana.

The luxury hotel consists of a main building and three independent sectors – the Royal Spa, Royal Hideaway and Royal Suites – where the rooms are located.

The establishment also has an amphitheater, a business center and three 331-seat conference halls, a library and a leisure room.

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