Monday, April 30, 2012
Havana.- The Cuban hotel group Gran Caribe, one of the most important in the island, stands out for the priority given to the development of sustainable tourist options.
Among other actions, the Habana Riviera hotel was awarded the condition of Modern National Monument, which acknowledges the characteristics and preservation of the facility.
Gran Caribe is boosting an investment process in the hotel in order to keep it in conditions similar to the ones it had when it was first opened.
Having 356 rooms distributed in 16 floors, the hotel enjoys a privileged position across from the sea.
Gran Caribe owns 45 hotels, 11 of them in Havana, including leading tourist facilities like the Nacional de Cuba, Sevilla and Plaza hotels.