Iberostar Parque Central reopened with strict health protocols
The Iberostar Parque Central hotel in the capital reopened on December 1 and received its first customers with the chain's new protocols and the more than 300 safety and hygiene measures it has developed together with its Medical Advisory Council (CAM).
A press release from that company adds that in line with responsible tourism, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts reinforces its long-term health and prevention strategy positions it as a key pillar in business development, reinforcing its sustainability and health policies. circular economy.
The chain, it says below, complies with the recommendations of the World Health Organization and the policies implemented by Cuban medical institutions and the Cuban Ministry of Tourism for all facilities.
In addition, it remains aligned with the Medical Advisory Board, which the Iberostar Group has established with experts in Public Health and Health Security related to tourism.
The new protocols guide the company in its strategy of adaptation to the reality derived from the pandemic, audits the protocols in health matters and, in accordance with its recommendations and the guidelines of public authorities and medical institutions, designs measures that guarantee the safety of customers and employees in line with the responsible tourism model and circular economy policies that make up the company's vision, the note points out.
The goal, it finally points out, is to make the customer safer than ever, so he can put aside his worries and feel as comfortable as ever.
All the principles are collected in a group of over 300 measures called How We Care (We take care of everything to take care of you). The opening of the Iberostar Parque Central will be staggering, while the Iberostar Grand Packard, also in Havana, will open soon based on the gradual restart of operations and air connectivity on the Island.
The Iberostar Group is a 100% family-owned multinational Spanish company, with over 60 years of history. Iberostar Hotels & Resorts is its core business, with a portfolio of more than 120 Four and Five-star hotels in 19 countries. It has been in Cuba since 1993 and currently operates 15 hotels located in the main tourist resorts of the country.