publié 2020-08-31 par
Indira Rivero Reyes
Remote Working Combined With Pleasure
Meliá Hotels International Cuba designs a new system of accommodation so as to encourage travels and stays in the bid of carrying out remote working from the Caribbean island, the company said.
In the line with this information, the enterprise develops strategies in order to introduce in the market proposals intended to cover the needs of important sectors of the public.
Remote working, a new way of work that sums up followers because of the worldwide situation, may be carried out anywhere in the world and Cuba is an ideal destination mainly for the sanitary safety that it can offer to travelers, highlighted the information.
The Caribbean nation manages correctly the pandemic, scenery known internationally, condition that turns the island into a safer destination in the region.
This condition represents an added advantage related to Canada, because besides the fact that being the main source of tourist to the Caribbean island, its citizens may already receive a visa until a six-month stay.
Meliá Hotels International Cuba counts on important resources and a solid frame to start to operate on this new niche, added the report.
In urban hotels as well as in holidays destinations, there are facilities that bring a wide range of offers with excellent technology features, rooms conditionated for long stays and complementary services to the client.
In the same breath, the company put into practice its new safety and hygiene protocols based on the global program: "Stay Safe with Meliá", as well as those given by the Ministry of Tourism and hotels owners, achieving frames of reference for clients and employees in their accommodations.
Cuba and Meliá are the perfect allies to carry out this initiative, assured Francisco Camp, Deputy General Director of the Cuban division.
"Our effort and experience along with the joint effort with the tourist institutions will allow us to move forward on this new challenge. One more step ahead to keep building together a prosperous and sustainable future for the tourism on the island", he stated.
Source: Prensa Latina