The Cuban tourism industry, which has become a dynamic element of the national economy, guarantees its expansion along with several hotel chains that operate in the country.
In this context, the group Cubanacan, founded in 1987 with the objective of promoting, marketing and operating hotel facilities of different types and categories in Cuba and abroad, stands out.
Currently, the group operates 52 facilities throughout the country with its own brand and more than 15 through foreign administration, thus reflecting the new economic signs of the country.
This way, Cubanacan Hoteles has 16,000 rooms and an investment plan for new establishments, especially in Varadero, Cuba's major coastal resort.
Moreover, Cubanacan is also expanding in Trinidad, a colonial city located in the center-south of the country, and Camagüey in the center-east.
The group's establishments are integrated into a portfolio of brands, where Brisas stands out for four-star hotels on the beachfront under the all-inclusive modality and specialized in the family segment.
The three-star all-inclusive Club Amigo brand, with a marked accent on Cuban culture and traditions and animation in swimming pools, beaches and night shows, also belongs to Cubanacan.
Meanwhile, the Horizontes brand is made up of hotels located in natural environments and governed by the principles of sustainable tourism, where customers can participate in multiple activities in interaction with environment.
Through nature circuits, ecotourism enthusiasts and lovers, family or friend enjoy offers to rest in a healthy environment and leisure, away from urban centers.
In addition, the small members of Encanto Hotels (E) are linked to the surrounding culture and are characterized by an intimate atmosphere and personalized services.
Cubanacan Hotels has facilities in all Cuban tourist destinations and particularly, Santiago de Cuba occupies an important place, due to the characteristics of the city and its surroundings, full of natural beauties, history and legends.
In that territory are the hotels Brisas Sierra Mar and Los Galeones, in an environment of well-preserved beaches, next to the Sierra Maestra mountain range and the Turquino Peak, Cuba's highest mountain.
In central Cuba, construction and remodeling works are being undertaken in Sagua La Grande, Remedios, Camajuani and Caibarien, with a project of expansion and development of cultural and historic buildings that are being rescued, due to their historic value and that will operate under the Hoteles E brand.
Cuba has 69,286 rooms, 69 percent of which are in four- and five-star hotels, and 5,000 rooms are scheduled for completion in 2018, according to official estimates.