Archive for the ‘Cayo Santa Maria’ Category

Cuba Digital Media Giant Travelucion Courts Acquisition Offers

 
 
Controlling a gigantic portion of Cuba related internet traffic has just become a unique commodity that the Cuba digital media corporation Travelucion is relishing. The company’s colossal group of 432 multilingual web properties seemingly dominating each and every internet search. Everything from the life of enigmatic American writer Ernest Hemingway in Cuba, to reserving a [...]

Tripadvisor Gives Cuban Resort Worlds Best Status

 
Vacation review giant Tripadvisor today announced the world’s highest ranked all-inclusive resort. What makes the accolade so important is not only that it’s the Cayo Santa Maria Royalton Hotel but, that the American company finally decided to give Cuban customer service a thumbs up and the prestigious title it deserves.The Cayo Santa Maria Royalton Hotel [...]

FITCuba 2014

 
On the 6th of May this year’s FITCuba will commence, once again held at the Morro Cabaña Castle in Havana Cuba, where it has been held for the past 9 years. Cuba’s annual MICE event is chaired by the top brass of the Ministry of Tourism or MINTUR. The Cuban tourism convention is designed to [...]

Melia Las Dunas

This spectacular new 5-star hotel is set to open in January 2006. Located in the newer resort area of Cayo Santa Maria, close to the Santa Clara International airport, known for its quiet, pristine beaches and natural, unspoiled beauty, this hotel is sure to become a hit with Canadians seeking a secluded vacation. Be one [...]

Melia Cayo Santa María

This brand new for 2004 “all inclusive” hotel boasts 360 rooms in bungalow type 2-storey buildings. The latest of the spectacular Spanish 5 star quality hotels - in Cuba's hottest "new" destination! This large new low-rise resort is set beachfront on the dazzling small island called Santa Maria. Accommodation is in villa-style buildings surrounded by [...]

Sol Cayo Santa Maria

Location: The _amp_#34;all-inclusive_amp_#34; hotel is perfectly integrated into the natural environment of Cayo Santa María, the largest of the three keys which are linked by a stone embankment beginning in the city of Caibarién. It lies to the northeast of the province of Villa Clara, in the Caribbean archipelago of Jardines del Rey. 10 km [...]

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