Eight cuban hotels operated by the Spanish chain Iberostar are among those recognized in the annual prizes awarded by the prestigious specialized website TripAdvisor to the facilities that systematically receive positive opinions from visitors.
In the Best of the Best category, an award that rewards quality and luxury according to the travel application, the Iberostar Grand Packard ranked eighth among the best 25 hotels in the Caribbeanin accordance with a report from the agency Latin Press (PL).
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Meanwhile, the hotels Iberostar Selection Ensenachos, Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Ensenachos, Iberostar Selection Holguín, Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Holguín, Iberostar Selection Playa Pilar, Iberostar Daiquirí and Iberostar Parque Central were awarded in the Travelers section, adds the publication.
In this way, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts Cuba is positioned as a destination of high demand and acceptance by clients who visit the Greater Antilles, highlighted the company itself cited by the agency.
The statement from the hotel chain to disclose the distinctions received highlights that the Iberostar Grand Packard, included in the Top 10 luxury resorts in the Caribbean, has a privileged location in the historic center of Havana.
Its 5-star category complements its geographical position, which contributed to the good reviews on the Tripadvisor website and application, while also standing out for its rooms for the MICE segment (events, incentives and conventions) and for its 321 rooms. deluxe, narrow down the information.
Remember PL that Iberostar has more than 80% of its hotels on the beachfront on a global scale, a rule that its facilities in Cuba also comply with.
“The inclusion of six of its sun and beach facilities in the list of the best rated in the Caribbean speaks of the Spanish brand’s strong commitment to excellence in its properties and, of course, of the well-known beauty of Cuban beaches” , notes the review.
The company highlights that its commitment to Cuba is still standing “backed by public recognition of reference facilities for visitors throughout the national geography.”