Indonesian group will operate hotel Grand Aston Havana
HAVANA, March 11 The Indonesian group Archipelago International reported today that the Grand Aston Havana hotel will operate in this capital, scheduled to open on March 15.
This facility is located a few steps from the Malecón of this town, with an advantageous panoramic view of the central neighborhood of El Vedado.
The entity presents itself on its website as a Haven of Sophistication with uniquely designed architecture, fresh rooms, eclectic dining, inspiring event spaces, and beautiful wellness facilities, including an infinity pool.
The establishment has 600 rooms and suites and its elegance seeks to pay homage to the rich history of Vedado, according to its directors.
It has first-class equipment, and most of its rooms have a view of the sea.
There, the guest will be offered a selection of restaurants and bars, among which Havana 92 stands out, located on level 25, to enjoy the sunsets.
Grand Aston La Habana proposes rejuvenation and relaxation in its Ubud Spa, the first salon of its kind in Bali.
For meetings and events, it offers the Java, Sumatra, and Bali rooms -inspired by Indonesian heritage- with a capacity for 80 people.
Special mention is given to The Club service, with exclusive facilities that include extra amenities in the room, personalized attention, and private areas. A modern gym and beauty salon complete the attractive features of the hotel.
Indonesian group will operate Grand Aston Havana hotel
Grand Aston La Habana will be managed by the Indonesian group Archipiélago International under a brand that represents authentic Asian hospitality.
Archipiélago develops an expansion strategy towards destinations in the Middle East and the Caribbean, and in Cuba, they also manage the Aston Panorama (Havana), Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas (Villa Clara Keys), and Aston Costa Verde (Holguín).
During this year the openings of Grand Aston Cayo Paredón and Grand Aston Varadero are also planned, according to the company.
Archipelago International was founded in 1997 by Charles Brookfield in Jakarta, and today is the largest operator of private and independent hotels, resorts and residences in Southeast Asia.
It operates more than 200 properties and projects, more than 30 thousand rooms and more than 15 thousand collaborators in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Cuba.
Recently, the creative strategy agency Brandex, which evaluates and compares the performance of all brands, presented Aston as number one in the entire Indonesian archipelago.
True to the strategy of product diversification and satisfying the interests of all segments of potential customers, it manages its facilities under 10 different brands.
These are Aston, Huxley, Alana, The Aston Heritage Collection, Kamuela, Harper, Quest, Neo, fave hotels and Nomad.