Three hotels in Cuban keys that will reopen with a modern look
The noises of construction tools and the smell of fresh painting invade Meliá Cuba hotels in the keys located to the north of Ciego de Avila and Villa Clara provinces. About a month ago, Hurricane Irma battered these coasts furiously but in no time resorts have recovered and are about to reopen.
“We have worked really hard, but little by little, areas and services are reestablishing”, says a vigorous and smiley employee at Meliá las Dunas.
Once weather conditions improved and the access to hotels was restored works haven’t ceased. Cranes, trucks, chainsaws and hundreds of men and women have focused on a single objective: resuming operations before the beginning of Cuba’s tourism high season.
The results of collective effort are showing in hotels of the region which are now set to reopen and receive guests.
Sol Cayo Coco and Meliá Cayo Guillermo will welcome new and repeating clients with a renewed image, with light colors becoming the norm of exteriors, public facilities and rooms. Lobby, reception, the buffet restaurant and snack bar have been revamped in the resort managed under the brand Sol while in the Meliá Hotels & Resorts‘ trademark holder, the lobby bar has been extended.
Meliá la Dunas – also with a refurbished lobby- incorporates white and gray tones in facilities and exteriors, including outer walls of bungalows.
Very soon, nine of Meliá Cuba hotels in Jardines del Rey and Cayo Santa María will resume operations thanks to the joint effort of employees and authorities.
Positive spirit commands: “Irma couldn’t beat us… we’re recovered”.