The central-eastern province of Ciego de Avila benefits from excellent conditions to develop beach tourism, including dozens of kilometers of pristine beaches and exuberant nature.
The destination known as Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens), as Conqueror Diego Velázquez named the region centuries ago, stands out because of its unique beauty.
Jardines del Rey features breathtakingly beautiful sea bottoms, one of the largest coral barriers in the world, and well-preserved tropical ecosystems.
In that environment, tourist facilities are concentrated on Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo, creating an infrastructure of thousands of rooms to develop the fast-growing leisure industry in the region.
One of those establishments is El Senador, a hotel complex owned by the group Cubanacán in Jardines del Rey.
Cayo Coco's pristine nature holds the four-star-plus hotel with 690 rooms equipped with all modern amenities to guarantee a pleasant stay in one of the most beautiful places on the Cuban archipelago.
The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, safety deposit box and a minibar, and the hotel provides such services as a gymnasium, medical care, commercial centers, tourism bureau, car rentals, and multipurpose halls.
The all-inclusive hotel respects guests' wishes, so they can choose the kind of accommodation they want during their stay, an undisputable seal of the establishment's high-quality services.
In that regard, guests can stay in villas built on pillars on a pond, and have their meals at specialized restaurants or smorgasbords, choosing from a wide range of gastronomic options to please the most demanding palate.
Nautical and sports activities, entertainment and full-color shows complete the broad recreation program at El Senador.
The hotel complex also features four swimming pools, including two for children, entertainment areas for families, exceptional landscapes and a staff who welcomes guests with a smile.
Add to this the tranquility of white-sanded beaches of crystal-clear waters, considered among the most beautiful in the world.
Local art and handicrafts go hand in hand in the Oasis market, an ideal place to buy souvenirs to keep the image of the place alive in the minds of vacationers, many of whom are repeat guests.