The socialist Castro dictatorship claims it can’t afford to fix the buildings in Old Havana that are collapsing and killing people, but they have money to pay for a makeover of the famous Hotel Nacional. Foreign tourists and their dollars is all the Castro regime is interested in and if a few more Cubans die in another building collapse, well, that’s just the price of perfecting socialism.
As Cuba collapses, the government announces the rejuvenation of the Hotel Nacional
Amidst scandalous building collapses that have taken place recently in Havana and captured on video, the Cuban government has decided to “rejuvenate” the Hotel Nacional of Cuba.
Approaching its 90th year, the hotel has been given priority over the serious housing issues faced by thousands of residents in Cuba whose homes are literally falling to pieces.
The “5 Star” resort, which is run by Gran Caribe, the Cuban regime’s hotel chain, will renovate its image to make it more appealing to foreign tourists since domestic tourism is practically nonexistent.
Although in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and without a firm date when the island will reopen to tourism, this property continues to enjoy priority status by the island’s authorities. Cuban leadership has a history of funneling resources to serve foreign tourists while Cubans on the island go hungry and don’t even have soap.
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