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Spain opens new hotel in Cuba while Cubans remain enslaved

According to the "Cuba Experts," this is how it is supposed to work: Increased business with the brutal Castro dictatorship and flooding the island with foreign, freedom-loving tourists is supposed to bring liberty and the downfall of the Cuban regime and its repression. However, with Spain opening yet another hotel in Cuba, the opposite appears to be taking place. With each new dollar or Euro coming into the island from foreign investments and apathetic tourists, the Castro dictatorship becomes richer and the Cuban people become more enslaved.

Add another hotel for Spain and another few million Euros into the coffers of the Cuban regime to fund its repressive machine:

Iberostar Mojito reopens in Cuba ahead of Christmas holidays
Iberostar Mojito reopens in Cuba ahead of Christmas holidays

Iberostar Hotels & Resorts has continued to expand and consolidate its presence in destinations where the company’s operations are established.

In keeping with its commitment to provide top quality service and on-going plans to grow its portfolio, the company has announced it has completed its refurbishment work on the Iberostar Mojito, the Mallorca-based chain’s ninth hotel in Cuba.

Boasting a prime location in Cayo Coco, just 12 km from Cayo Coco airport and 79 km from the city of Morón, the Iberostar Mojito offers a whole range of products and services to guarantee an unforgettable holiday experience for all the family.

Guests at the hotel can bask in the stunning surrounding scenery including; a vast array of native flora and fauna, a stunning barrier reef just a short distance away and a magnificent white sandy beach right on the hotels doorstep.

Extensive remodelling and refurbishment work has been carried out in order to adapt the hotel to Iberostar’s high standards.

The Iberostar Mojito offers 352 fully-refurbished en-suite rooms featuring the very latest modern comforts and facilities.

The refurbished hotel also offers an extensive activity and entertainment programme under its all-inclusive offer. Guests can enjoy a variety of sports including; windsurfing, kayaking, water polo, tennis and scuba diving.

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