Maní, maní, maní…, si te quieres por el pico divertir cómprame un cucuruchito de maní. Cuando la calle sola está, casera de mi corazón, el manisero entona su pregón … this song about a peanut vendor can still be heard today in the streets, to the rhythm of son, rumba or meringue. Havana, a bustling, sensual, uninhibited and melodic city, bewitches anyone who comes here. The capital of Cuba, a symbol of charisma, hospitality, music, heat, dance, classic cars, rum and beautiful women, has assets to set the beat: the Paseo del Malecón, the Morro, the Capitolio, the Habana Libre, and, of course, its most prodigal son: the famous Habano cigar, named after the city itself.
Meliá Cuba certainly knows how to party, and this was clear on the occasion of one of the most prestigious events in the country’s tourism industry. Attended by Gabriel Cánaves, General Manager of the Cuba Division of Meliá Hotels International, and by major tour operators, travel agents, airlines and members of the national and international press, the Christmas 2013 gala dinner was celebrated in true style.
An atmosphere of extreme refinement, splendour and impeccable service awaits you at our Paradisus Princesa del Mar Resort & Spa, one of the most luxurious hotels in Cuba, located in a spectacular area of fine white sand and turquoise waters: Varadero.