Archipelago publishes travel agent rates for hotels in Cuba

Support the growth of the tourism industry by Cuba and present their next hotels to the public, Archipelago recently published its travel agency rates for 4 hotels in Cuba. GRAND ASTON Cayo Las Brujas will apply US$50 per person per night all inclusive for all travel agents. GRAND ASTON La Habana, which will open on April 1, will apply US$50 per person per night with bed and breakfast concept. The other 2 ASTON hotels will apply US$40 per room per night. The difference in price is due to ASTON Costa Verde Beach Resort which opens on April 1, with an all-inclusive rate, while ASTON Panorama, which will open on July 1, will apply the bed and breakfast concept. Rates will be available to book and stay until November 30, 2022.

Our Cuba the hotels are located in famous tourist sites, have stunning views, professional staff and have strict sanitary protocols in place. We have also received recognition and a Safe Travels seal from the World Travel & Tourism Council to provide a sense of safety and comfort. We look forward to meeting all the guests of our Cuba hotels,” says John FloodPresident and CEO of Archipelago.

For reservations please email [email protected] for the GRAND ASTON Cayo Las Brujas Beach Resort and Spa, [email protected] for GRAND ASTON La Habana, [email protected] for ASTON Costa Verde Beach Resort and [email protected] for ASTON Panorama. For more information regarding our special rates for travel agents, please contact our BDM at Canada: [email protected].

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About the archipelago

South East Asia the largest privately owned and independent hotel management group, operating over 150 hotels with over 50 more under development across South East Asiathe Caribbeanand the Middle East. Trusted hotels with long experience and 20,000 rooms in more than 60 destinations with brands such as ASTON, Collection by ASTON, The Alana, Huxley, KamuelaHarper, Quest, NEO, favehotels and Nordic.

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SOURCE Archipelago International

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