The Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana will open next spring in the Cuban capital. This opening will take place within a context marked by the increase in arrivals in Cuba where hotel projects are multiplying.
As relations between the United States and Cuba are eased, the country expects to see an increase in arrivals. Moreover, last year the government announced the creation of 110,000 additional rooms by 2030. In 2016, the country welcomed nearly 3.7 million tourists and this year Cuba expects to reach more than 4 million visitors.
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