Melia prepares telework packages in Cuba
Havana, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) Spain's Chain Melia Hotels International reported on Monday that Cuba was chosen to offer packages linking vacations with teleworking, due to the security of this country.
A note published in Reportur digital newsletter states that Melia will launch this new kind of accommodation emerged as of the drop tourism has been experiencing due to Covid-19.
After other hotel chains such as Marriot or Accor have launched similar offers a few months ago, the Spanish chain decided to do the same in its hotels in Cuba, under the argument that this is a safe destination with a unique environment.
Melia Cuba pointed out about this issue that this is a new accommodation regime to be explored, aimed primarily at Canadian customers, the main tourist market to Cuba.
Melia finalizes details and assembles packages, but the idea is to offer long-stay accommodation, with high-speed Wi-Fi and free access to a co-working room, or shared office space. The possibility of also booking a video conference room is also included, the note states.
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