Iberostar Beefs Up Commitment to Quality Tourism in Cuba
Grupo Iberostar, with over 25 years of presence in Cuba and a score of hotels in the country, plans to open the Coral Level Hotel at Iberostar Selection Esmeralda, a five-star beachfront property perched on Cayo Cruz that belongs to the company's new Coral Level concept.
This is one of the new openings that the chain has planned in the country as part of its commitment to the destination and in a bid to continue being a benchmark for quality offerings in Cuba and the Caribbean overall.
The Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Esmeralda belongs to Iberostar's new Coral Level concept, with which the company offers its guests a higher experience within another hotel.
The Coral Levels are all-inclusive luxury, exclusive getaways located in unique settings overlooking the sea with a reserved area on the beach and rooms fitted out with the best conveniences. In addition, guests at these hotels can also enjoy the facilities of the resorts or hotel in which they are staying. In this case, this Coral Level is nestled in the Iberostar Selection Esmeralda Resort.
The Iberostar Group currently has five Coral Level hotels in its portfolio worldwide, two of them in Cuba (Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Holguín and Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Ensenachos).
Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Esmeralda: A Higher Experience in Cayo Cruz
On the shores of the powder-thin white sands of Cayo Cruz and hemmed in by the rich biodiversity this area has to offer, Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Esmeralda is specially designed for the enjoyment of a vacation for couples or with friends.
What makes this exclusive oasis truly special is its simple yet elegant architectural style, inspired by the typical Cuban coffee plantations of the 19th century, and the tropical gardens that stretch out all across the hotel's facilities.
Its 121 dreamlike rooms are distributed in bungalows surrounded by local foliage, which also embraces the two swimming pools that guests can enjoy, shrouded by tropical gardens. In addition, the hotel hides another pool located in the Day Pool Garden Agate, a private area of the hotel (available by reservation) to enjoy a truly laidback atmosphere and absolute relaxation in its chillout terrace.
The privileged setting and tropical ambience is complemented not only by a fully-equipped gym and a Sensations Spa for mind and body care, but also by the new Iberostar Honest Food program and the best gastronomic offer money can buy.
The concept of gastronomy plays an important role in Iberostar hotels, which through the Honest Food program provide a cuisine based on the consumption of fresh, natural and homemade products, with respect for what we eat and for the environment, and on the desire to discover new cultures and destinations through their food. Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Esmeralda gives free rein totastes thanks to three restaurants with gastronomic specialties (gourmet, Cuban and Mediterranean).
The hotel and its key location offer the possibility of reveling in countless activities and discovering Cuba. Inside the hotel, in addition to the culinary offer, there is a Cigar Bar where you can wallow in the very best collection of Habanos and a selection of rums and spirits to choose from; and around the hotel, a diving experience allows you to unearth the biodiversity of the seabed.
All these to-dos are not only to be enjoyed on vacation, but are also ideal to be offered as part of MICE travel, which the hotel complements with a full-fledged conference room that can seat up to 30 attendees.
In keeping with the company's strategy as a benchmark for responsible tourism and as part of the Wave of Change Movement for the preservation of seas and oceans, this new hotel will be inaugurated free of single-use plastics in its rooms and is fully committed to discarding them completely in all areas.
By doing so, Grupo Iberostar shows that it continues to advance relentlessly in the three pillars of the Wave of Change Movement: the elimination of single-use plastics by moving towards a circular economy, the fostering of responsible fish consumption and the care for coastal health.