Starwood plans first hotel in Cuba

3rd Jul 2016
Starwood plans first hotel in Cuba

Starwood Hotels & Resorts is opening the Four Points Havana - the company’s first hotel in Cuba.

The move represents a watershed moment for the fast-growing Four Points brand.

The opening comes on the heels of the ground-breaking deals signed by Starwood in Cuba earlier this year, which established Starwood as the first US-based hospitality company to enter the market in nearly 60 years.

Four Points Havana, owned by Grupo Hotelero Gaviotaand managed by Starwood Hotels & Resorts, caters to the global traveller with an emphasis on approachable design and stylish comfort.

Four Points Havana offers 186 spacious guest rooms, 1,000 square feet of market-leading meeting facilities, full-service dining at Don Quixote, breakfast and lunch service at El Olivo, and poolside light bites.


Amenities include a 24-hour fitness centre, a business facility and a fully equipped spa, offering a variety of massage treatments and a sauna and steam bath.

The new Four Points is located in Havana’s Miramar district—a business and financial centre which houses many international embassies.

“We are thrilled to once again be pioneers with our ground-breaking entry into Cuba, offering our guests a way to stay with Starwood in this sought after destination,” said Jorge Giannattasio, Starwood chief of Latin America Operations.

“As one of the most successful brands in the Latin America region, the Four Points brand’s aggressive footprint—18 hotels in nine countries—caters to business travellers from around the world. We are confident that it will be a perfect fit for this dynamic market.”

With over 200 hotels in nearly 40 countries around the world, Four Points boasts Starwood’s largest pipeline and continues to penetrate new markets, globally.

The brand is on track to expand its portfolio of rooms by more than 60 per cent in the next five years.

Since the agreement was signed, Starwood has made significant life and safety upgrades to the property to ensure that it meets the company’s global standards.

As of today, reservations at the property can be made through the company’s booking channels globally and SPG members may earn points for staying at the hotel and redeem points to stay.

Travellers from the United States must meet all of the travel requirements established by the US government.


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