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Pierwszy pięciogwiazdkowy hotel na Kubie (21)

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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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In his last few months in office, President Obama lifted the restriction on the number of cigars and rum a traveller returning to the United States could bring in from Cuba, with a caveat that it was all for personal use. Since lifting the embargo with Cuba, it seems those in search of wanderlust have put the country high up on their to-do lists. Seeing an increase in visitors and realizing that American companies still can’t build in Cuba, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group Kempinski grabbed opportunity by the foot and last week opened Cuba’s first five-star hotel, the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana La Habana. Centrally located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel brings a new level of guest experience to a city that has become a leading urban tourism destination. Features include 246 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, a world-class spa and wellness facility, as well as panoramic views of the historic city centre. Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana marks the entry into the Americas for Kempinski Hotels and will elevate expectations of what it means to experience luxurious, European-style hospitality in Havana. Neighbouring many of the area’s historical sites, adorned with green spaces and rich with culture, the new hotel is set to return Manzana de Gómez to its former glory as the spot to be in Cuba’s capital. “Since it was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, tourism has exploded in Havana,” says Xavier Destribats, Chief Operating Officer The Americas and General Manager of Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana. “We believe the market is ready for a true luxury hotel; our property will not only be the first of its kind in this market, but we believe it sets a new standard for the entire Caribbean. “We have been very strategic about the expansion of our brand and we are convinced that this is the right time and the right market for Kempinski in the Americas.” Where: Old Hava
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