From our Bureau of Socialist Priorities in Times of Crisis with help from our Bureau of Laudable Socialist Apartheid
A building stolen from its rightful owners in 1960 by Castro, Inc. is being converted into a five-star apartheid hotel. Since this building is at Havana harbor, a docking facility for large cruise ships is also part of the project.
So, come on down superior beings. Come on down and revel in your superiority. Savor our own unique brand of socialist apartheid. Look down your noses at the savages who wait on you and also at those you might encounter on the streets of Havana.
You will be able to enjoy all sorts of privileges that are totally forbidden to the natives, such as abundant food and drink, air conditioning, nice furnishings, luxurious amenities, and so on. Basically everything that will be at your disposal is totally unreachable by those lowly subhuman savages whose only purpose in life is to make you feel good about yourself.
This is socialism at work. This is laudable apartheid, which many intellectuals will praise as an enormous benefit to the subhuman native population. Yes, this is racist apartheid at its very best. Even Nelson Mandela would approve. See his endorsement above.
Loosely translated from CubaNet
In the midst of the economic crisis that Cuba is going through, the island’s authorities have given the green light to the realization of another ambitious tourism project in the bay of Havana: the construction of a cruise terminal and a luxury hotel in the old Customs building, located on Avenida del Puerto.
The state agency Prensa Latina indicates that the emblematic facility, inaugurated in 1914, will be converted into the Hotel Real Aduana, a work in progress that “will transform the Havana Customs building into a hotel and cruise ship complex.”
The facility, which will have a five-star category, will be operated by Habaguanex, a tourist and hotel group controlled by the Cuban military, and will aim to “crown the efforts to promote and recover island tourism.”
The Real Aduana Hotel will have 55 rooms, from which “you will be able to enjoy the wonderful environment that the bay of Havana offers,” reported Prensa Latina.
The official media adds that the building “has all the characteristics of becoming the most attractive accommodation in the capital of Cuba, based on the existing old structure.”
“The great complex, with its three old breakwaters: San Francisco, La Machina and Santa Clara, has degree II of protection, granted by the National Commission of Monuments of Cuba. This gives extra value to any undertaking that is carried out there, but requires the preservation of its architectural values, as reflected in reports from entities of the country’s Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR) ”.
Images shared by the agency itself show that the works are already underway. Likewise, the façade of the installation shows a billboard with the final finish of the project.