Mexican hotel operator Posadas Group has entered the Cuban market with two new properties, both offered by Hola Sun Holidays: Fiesta Americana Holguin Costa Verde and Fiesta American Punta Varadero. Continue reading “Mexico’s Fiesta Americana comes to Cuba!”
Hola Sun Holidays, in partnership with Memories Resorts & Spa, presents Memories Caribe (adults only) and Memories Flamenco, all-inclusive resort (16+) set on the beach in Cayo Coco, Cuba.
Hola Sun Holidays announced a brand-new resort this year, located along Playa Cayo Las Brujas near Villa Clara Cays. Angsana Cayo Santa Maria is an adults-only resort and the second resort in Cuba managed by premium resorts operator Banyan Tree.
Open since December 2018, Meliá Hotels International introduced its luxury brand to Cayo Santa Maria with the opening of the brand new Paradisus Los Cayos.
Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo are special destinations to build treasured memories. They are known for their turquoise waters, their pristine white sand beaches and luxurious resorts. Connected to mainland Cuba by a 17-km causeway, these serene islands are an exotic world away from busy daily life.
Hola Sun Holidays, in partnership with MGM Muthu Hotels, announced the opening of Muthu Imperial Cayo Guillermo this winter. The five-star, adults-only property became the hotel chain’s second resort in the popular Cuban offshore caye. The resort is also attached to El Pueblo, a plaza with shops, bars, three swimming pools and nautical activities.
From city tours in historic Havana to jeep safaris, catamaran cruises and visits to cigar and rum factories, there’s no shortage of activities to keep tourists occupied away from Cuba’s pristine white-sand beaches.
As family-friendly vacation destinations, Hola Club Rancho Luna and Hotel Faro Luna are tough to beat. Located in Cienfuegos, a province in the Southern Region of Cuba, these two properties are offered by Hola Sun Holidays in partnership with the Gran Caribe Hotel Group. Continue reading “Two Cuba hotels that put families first”
While many tourists head to Havana to discover Cuban culture, Santiago de Cuba is considered by locals to be the country’s cultural capital — and the most “Caribbean” of the island’s cities, influenced by immigration and trade from other Caribbean nations.