In spite of Covid-19 and its effects on the tourism sector in Cuba, this recognition is a reflection of the acceptance of this type of facilities, which are capable of generating consecutive positive comments on networks, and which are among the most recommended by tourists in the world.
According to information provided to the Cadena Agramonte website by Ivonne Montejo, sales manager of the Grand Club, part of the Cubanacan Group, ‘the award is a rejoicing, as it shows the favorable criteria of the guests and the suggestions they make for others to visit this place.’
The region, which has also seen a downturn in the entry of foreign visitors with the decrease in the number of operations of the international airport, also due to restrictions by the US government at the end of 2019, has in the Santa Lucia resort, north of the province, its largest hotel accommodation capacity.
TripAdvisor in the last five years has considered the promotion of facilities in Santa Lucia, and publicizes through photos and videos the potential of this sun and beach destination in the Caribbean, located 540 kilometers east of Havana.
Cubanacan Hotels reflects on its official website that the Grand Club Santa Lucia operates under the All-Inclusive modality, services that include 252 rooms in its infrastructure on the beachfront amid a remarkable natural landscape, typical of the northern coasts of this region of Cuba.