Monday, February 12, 2018
Havana.- The city of Trinidad, the third village founded by the Spaniards in Cuba, will benefit from the services of a new hotel.
The establishment will be located on the Ancón Peninsula, where the Costa Sur, Ancón and Trinidad del Mar hotels also operate.
For the execution of the works, an agreement was signed between the company Dinvai Construcciones and the Italian firm T.O.MA.
The Meliá Trinidad Hotel will add 400 rooms to the destination and its design highlights the floor known as The Level, which incorporates concepts of standards and high-level services.
According to experts, the establishment will offer its clients services in restaurants, leisure and recreation, as well as an area with a gym and several massage rooms.
Trinidad is one of the best preserved colonial cities in the Americas, and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).