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Starwood Hotels & Resorts announces development in Cuba

In keeping with Barack Obama's trip to Cuba, the American hotel group announced it has signed contracts to develop three hotels at the destination.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts will be among the first American hotel groups to return to Cuba, after 60 years of tense diplomatic relations between the two countries. The group announced that it had signed contracts with local actors to take over the management of three hotels located on the Caribbean island.

The Hotel Inglaterra (83 rooms) in Havana will thus join The Luxury Collection and the Hotel Quinta Avenida (186 rooms) will become a Four Points by Sheraton after major renovations. Their conversion should take place some time in 2016. The hotel group also signed a Letter of Intent to convert the famous Hotel Santa Isabel (27 rooms, including 11 suites), which will join the group's Luxury Collection.

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