The world-famous coastal resort of Varadero, in western Matanzas province, is among the elite beaches on the Cuban archipelago, with a well-deserved fame all over the world.
More than 20 kilometers of excellent beaches, complemented by beautiful natural attractions such as caves, pristine keys and crystal-clear waters, benefit from a broad infrastructure to meet vacationers' demands.
Thousands of rooms for international tourism, run by major tourist foreign companies, are complemented by a large network of hotel and extra-hotel facilities, which grows as an increasing number of foreign travelers bets on Varadero beach to spend their vacations.
One of those facilities is the Princesa del Mar Hotel, situated 40 kilometers from Varadero's international airport and one of the most demanded establishments for leisure.
Owned by the Cuban chain Gaviota, the recently-inaugurated Princesa del Mar Hotel consists of a low area of bungalows, and the so-called escarpment area, which holds the main building, the swimming pool and the luxury rooms, in a unique and functional architectural design.
The hotel has 360 junior suites, 40 luxury suites, 32 Grand Luxury suites and two villas for honeymooners, among other options, including weddings and vow-renewal ceremonies.
The hotel's wide range of services also includes four tennis courts, a golf course, a swimming pool, a SPA and a gymnasium.
A favorite spot for entrepreneurs, the Princesa del Mar Hotel has a business center and conference halls to sit up to 400 guests, a strategy aimed at combining leisure and business.
The hotel's gastronomic offers are complemented by the Gran Terraza Smorgasbord, five restaurants, two club houses, room service and nine bars, including the Cigar Bar and the Piano Bar, among others.
Gaviota, founded in 1988, has a wide infrastructure, including more than 7,500 rooms in four- and five-star 100-percent Cuban hotels.
The success of the newly-opened hotel is based on the well-deserved fame of the Cuban beach resort, a major destination visited by thousands of foreign vacationers every year.
In addition to its sun and beach options, Varadero also has the International Parachuting Center and the Varadero Golf Club, the first professional 18-hole par 72 golf course built in Cuba.