New acquisition of Blue Diamond: It will manage the legendary Hotel Inglaterra

Madrid Spain.- Starting next November, the Canadian chain Blue Diamond Resorts Cuba will manage the Hotel Inglaterra, located in the center of Old Havana.

According to the official media Latin Pressthe Director of Communication of Blue Diamond in Cuba, Miguel García, “showed his satisfaction” with the management of this hotel facility, the oldest in the country (1875) and considered a national monument of Cuba.

The director recalled that personalities such as the dancer Anna Pavlova, the poets Rubén Darío and Julián del Casal, the singer Enrico Caruso, the playwrights Federico García Lorca and Jacinto Benavente, the Cuban chess player José Raúl Capablanca, the bullfighter Luis Mazzantini and British politician Winston Churchill.

The management agreement contemplates the participation of the Cuban Government through the state chain Gran Caribe.

In January this year Blue Diamond reported about the reopening of the Starfish Cayo Guillermo hotel with a renovation of its areas, restaurants and part of its rooms.

It recently transpired that from next September the hotel company would manage the Hotel Regislocated on the Paseo del Prado in Havana, owned by the Gaviota Tourism Group, and in whose decoration “no detail was spared.”

The Canadian company was also recently granted full rights—including free import— on tourist exploitation in Cayo Largo del Sur.

Last July Blue Diamond announced that it would replace the French company Accor in the management of the Hotel Paseo del Prado, renamed Royalton Habana.

With this new acquisition, the firm added the first city hotel to its portfolio of Royalton Luxury Resorts.

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