Remedios diversifies its offers for the high season of tourism

Remedios diversifies its offers for the high season of tourism

The transit lunch services and the city tours to the clients of the north keys of Villa Clara, the Remedios Colonial route, and the enhancement of the options at the local restaurants are included among the proposals to attract visitors to this Cuban city during the high season of tourism.

For this stage, the most important of the leisure industry in Cuba, the city of Remedios relies on the extra-hotel network that includes El Louvre cafeteria, Los Siete Juanes Tavern, El Golazo Sport Bar, and Doña Lala Creamery; in addition to managing El Curujey Estate, in agreement with the AZCUBA Group.

Luis Angel Menendez, director of the sector in Remedios, told that, for example, El Curujey Estate is directly linked to the Museum of the Sugar industry of Caibarien, and beyond providing the traditional Cuban lunch, it offers the visit to the institution where a guide illustrates the process of obtaining sugar since the colonial times. The return to the farm is done on the steam train.

Currently Remedios has six accommodation units: the Mascotte Hotel, the Barcelona Hotel, ​​the Prince's Way Hotel, the Royal Hotel, the Bauza House, and Las Leyendas Hotel, all managed by the Cubanacan group and with a capacity of 107 rooms in total, Menendez said.

In the face of the high season of tourism that has just begun, and that ends in April, a group of improvements were promoted, he said, including the maintenance of the rooms, the painting of the facades, the restoration and the replacement of the furniture, among others.

The Remedios Complex foresees a superior stage in relation to the previous years, when figures of up to 45 thousand visitors have been reached, mainly from countries such as the United States, the main issuing market, Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom, in that order of importance, Menendez said.