Jardines del Rey Tourism Complex Celebrates its 24th Anniversary

Jardines del Rey Tourism Complex Celebrates its 24th Anniversary

Jardines del Rey Tourism Complex Celebrates its 24th Anniversary

Ciego de Avila, Nov 15 – Jardines del Rey Tourism Complex celebrated the 24th anniversary of the inauguration of its first hotel by the leader of the Revolution Fidel Castro with the objective of guaranteeing high quality installations in the keys.

Eundina Ulloa Leyva, worker of the Hotel Colonial Cayo Coco told ACN that they have felt right at home since the opening of the installation by the Commander in Chief.

Ulloa says she has been dedicated to the center and is happy to be part of a group of 24 workers that were honored for being founding members of the Jardines del Rey tourism destination.

Jose Garrido Silveiro, Vice President of Operations of the Cubanacan Hotel Chain, explained that the installation has 458 rooms and reopened the right wing of the installation to vacationers on November 15th.

Garrido added that they will conclude the recovery work little by little of the rest of Colonial Cayo Coco, process that will improve the product for vacationers.

Representative of the Tourism Ministry Iyoleixis Correa Lorenzo in Ciego de Avila, thanked the workers that remained in the northern keys during the hurricane and thanked the construction workers for working in the recovery process.

He added that for 2025, they expect to reach 24 thousand rooms in Jardines del Rey currently with 8 thousand 28.

Correa affirmed that the major commitment of the workers is to demonstrate their hospitality to visitors.

The celebration concluded with recognitions to several outstanding workers and the performance of the musical group Buena Fe.

Jardines del Rey began its international sales in November of 1993 and since then over 3 million tourists from different parts of the world have enjoyed its installations and privileged natural conditions.(acn)

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