Meliá Cuba has a hotel without blackouts

Meliá Cuba has a hotel without blackouts

HAVANA, Aug. 5th A self-sufficient hotel in terms of energy is going to be the new facility operated by Meliá in Cuba, to be inaugurated next November.The Hotel Meliá Trinidad Península will complement the offer of accommodation in Trinidad.

The Cuban Prime Minister, Manuel Marrero, made an official visit to the facility, noting that ‘this Tuesday we checked the execution schedule of the Meliá Trinidad Peninsula Hotel, the main investment made by the tourism sector in the province of Sancti Spíritus, scheduled to conclude next November’.

The Trinidad Peninsula Hotel is located in the spa of the Ancón peninsula, the most important spa in the center of Cuba.

The first phase will mean operating with 240 rooms, while the rest is concluded, according to its general director, Juan Pereira, who has stressed that the hotel is energy self-sufficient, with a thousand and a half photovoltaic panels and a method of hot water by energy solar.