Havana will double its current tourist accomodation conditions as confirmed by the maximum representative of the tourism sector, Sonia Beltran.
Institutionally, the province of Havana now has 11,309 rooms, distributed in hotels, villages and houses. These represent 20 percent of the total capacity in Cuba.
Beltran stated that added to this, there are 1,900 homes and 4, 700 private rooms in the hands of Cuban families.
Havana is a city speeding its investment plans because the increase of the demand by foreign visitors. This includes the recovery of different installations, to foster accomodations in private houses and rigorous process to catgorize the hotels to higher standards.