Hotel Nacional.

Havana, Cuba: The Hotel Nacional de Cuba is getting ready to reopen its doors to international tourism, starting on November 15, coinciding with the so-called high season, after more than a year and a half without receiving guests from other latitudes as a result of COVID-19, Cubadebate publishes.

In these months of the pandemic, its rooms, outdoor areas, furniture, kitchens, restaurants and other rooms were subject to repair or maintenance, to also adapt them to the new biosafety protocols and modernize them, without losing the charms that always characterized this jewel of the hotel industry of the largest of the Antilles, the head of Hospitality and Public Relations of the hotel facility, Yamila Fuster Évora, explained.

The rescue of floors with their original slabs, ceramics and the clocks located in the lobby since almost when the Nacional was founded on December 30, 1930, was among the constructive actions, and as part of the anti-COVID measures underway, to At the entrance of each place, announcements have been placed with the established protocols, the rooms have been designed to 50 percent of their capacity and the Buffet Table service is assumed by a Chef de cuisine and not by the client.

To access the interior of the hotel, all visitors have their temperature taken in addition to disinfecting their hands with gel and performing the foot-steps; in the rooms the maids make extreme cleaning and disinfection of the furniture, telephone, doors, everything, and this is done with the handrails on the stairs, said the specialist.

“Although we have the certification of the most hygienic and safe hotel, in the next few days we will be re-evaluated by the Ministries of Public Health and Tourism, at the same time that we hold meetings with tour operators and travel agents to show them how much has been done and how we have done. prepared with a view to reopening international tourism ”, he added.

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