Blue Diamond opens its first all-inclusive hotel for adults

Blue Diamond opens its first all-inclusive hotel for adults

HAVANA, March 2. Blue Diamond Cuba announced the opening of Sanctuary White Sands, this March 1, 2024, an innovative addition to its exclusive portfolio of all-inclusive properties for adults.This launch marks a milestone for the hotel company, being the first independent Sanctuary Resort to debut in the fascinating destination of Cayo Cruz.

“While our guests have enjoyed the distinctive all-inclusive experiences at our Grand Memories Resorts for years, delighting in the family-friendly atmosphere in the Grand Memories area and the adults-only charm of Sanctuary, we recognized a unique opportunity to cater to adults with experiences tailored

We envision this destination as the perfect setting to present our latest offer to the market through this exclusive Resort for adults,” said Mohamad Fawzi, General Director of Blue Diamond Resorts Cuba.

Located among the pristine beauty of Cayo Cruz, a hidden gem in the Jardines del Rey archipelago, Sanctuary White Sands attracts travelers seeking unparalleled experiences in an enchanting setting. With 528 rooms decorated with a modern aesthetic and offering stunning views of the garden, pool, or sea, the resort promises an indulgent escape for adults (18+) seeking luxury and tranquility.

Guests at this resort will enjoy exceptional amenities, including a dynamic program of sports and outdoor activities, as well as exciting water adventures. Food lovers can embark on a culinary journey through four distinct restaurants, each specializing in Mediterranean, Italian, Cuban and international cuisine, meticulously selected by our esteemed chefs recognized for their culinary prowess and dedication to excellence.

Sanctuary White Sands is a testament to Blue Diamond Resorts Cuba’s commitment to diversifying its portfolio into various market segments while fulfilling its responsibility toward the preservation of nature and the rich cultural heritage of Cuba, the largest island in the Antilles.

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