Several tourist facilities in Cuba took place among the most popular hotels in the world, recognized by thousands of users at the HolidayCheck Awards 2014.
Every year, the biggest European portal of reviews on hotels, holidaycheck.es, makes a selection of the best Inns International, after analyzing more than 980 thousand users criteria, taking into account the percentage of recommendations and the score (Suns) granted by category.
Among the hundreds of award-winning hotels in category number 1 in the country, the Hostal Las Palmas, located in the city of Trinidad (Sancti Spiritus), while in the pairs, the Blau Varadero, on the Hicacos Peninsula (Matanzas). According to unveiled Wednesday the Islazul Hotel Group in the world rating also stands out, for the quality of its services and facilities, the Royalton, located in the historic center of the city of Bayamo. This stands out for its excellent combination of accommodation and fine cuisine, at the time that invites you to delve into the rich history of the second town founded in Cuba by Diego Velázquez.
The facility, located on the central street, Maceo, just a few meters from the plaza where the national anthem of Cuba, was sung for the first time has restaurant, lobby bar and an Internet café, as well as 33 air conditioned rooms with private bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, safe, minibar and equalized in rooms and noble areas music system.
The European portal also grants each year the HolidayCheck Top Hotel distinctive, which is awarded to the best Inns in the world by destination. In this section, the fishing Beach, North of Holguin province, was among the finalists in 2014, according to the Group of Tourism Gaviota S.A.
On its official website, Gaviota explains that to receive the HolidayCheck Award or TopHotel prizes, applicants must meet minimum requirements, including having at least 40 evaluations from guests staying during 2013, receive 90% of recommendation and at least five Suns in the assessment.
In clear expansion to reposition one of the locomotives of the national economy, Cuban tourism today boasts more than 60,000 rooms to the length and breadth of the archipelago, of which 63% are four and five star categories.
According to figures from the Ministry of tourism, in 2013, the Cuban hotel plant added thousand 537 rooms, with the opening of five new hotels, while that other six thousand 639 rooms were repaired or remodeled.