Clients of Meliá Cuba hotels will be happy to know that the chain’s establishments affected by Hurricane Irma in Cayo Santa María, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Varadero are all set to reopen shortly.
According to a recent statement by the Meliá Hotels International Press Office, the renovated hotels, which underwent repair and improvement, will be ready for the tourist high season.
In the case of Varadero, the Meliá Península Varadero and Paradisus Varadero will reopen on October 15, while operations are set to recommence in Cayo Santa María with the Meliá Cayo Santa María and Meliá Las Dunas scheduled to open their doors on November 1; followed by Meliá Buenavista and Sol Cayo Santa María, November 15.
Meanwhile, in Jardines del Rey, Sol Cayo Coco will be back in action on October 17, with Meliá Cayo Guillermo reopening on the 20th. Meliá Jardines del Rey is set to open on November 1, with Meliá Cayo Coco on the 4th and Sol Cayo Guillermo the 15th.
The text also highlighted the hard work and contribution of Cuba’s tourism authorities and employees in the swift recovery of hotels damaged by the intense storm as it passed along the country’s northern coastline causing destruction in key tourist destinations, including Jardines del Rey, Cayo Santa María and Varadero.
Meliá Hotels International Cuba thanked all those involved in the collective effort, as well as clients, tour operators and travel agents, for their loyalty and understanding. For more information regarding its establishments in Cuba please contact (