Monday, August 7, 2017
Havana.- The Hotel Nacional de Cuba, owned by the group Gran Caribe, is focusing on international tourists during the ongoing summer season.
The emblematic 420-room hotel reported revenues of 33 million dollars in 2016.
Among its facilities is the Parisien Nightclub, whose show recreates different periods of Cuban music.
It also has the Taganana Cave, which is part of the historic complex and consists of cannons that belonged to the Santa Clara battery, deployed in 1763.
In addition, guests can visit the thatch-roof restaurant La Barraca, which serves typical Cuban dishes.