Working from Cuba, a new proposal from Meliá Hotels
Working at a distance or remotely from Cuba is the new offer that the Spanish hotel chain Meliá has just presented in the largest of the Antilles, since this type of employment can be exercised from anywhere in the world and the Island is an ideal place for the health safety available to travelers.
A press release from the entity indicates that Meliá works, with the authorities of the island's Ministry of Tourism and the owners of the hotels, on this proposal for a new accommodation regime, based on incentivizing travel and stays to this Caribbean destination.
In addition to the health security it can offer the traveler, the country has managed the present pandemic in an exemplary way, a circumstance recognized internationally, endorsing it as a safer destination at the regional level. Canada, as the main issuing country of tourism to Cuba, has an added advantage because its citizens can already receive a visa for stays of up to 6 months on the island, the statement added.
Meliá Hotels International Cuba has significant resources and infrastructure to start operating with this new segment, both in urban hotels and in holiday destinations, where the facilities offer numerous services with excellent technological features, rooms that can be adjusted for long stays and complementary services to the customer, adds the information.
In addition, the company has put its new safety and hygiene protocols into practice through the global Stay Safe with Meliá program, as well as those provided by the Ministry of Tourism and the owners of hotels with reference environments for clients and workers in their accommodations.
In this regard, Francisco Camps, Deputy Director General of the Cuba Division, pointed out that "Cuba and Meliá are the perfect allies to carry out this initiative. Our effort and experience, and the joint work with the institutions of tourism in Cuba, will allow us to advance in this new challenge.
“One more step to continue building together a prosperous and sustainable future for tourism on the island”, he finally said.