Artemisa, Cuba - Summer 2019 officially opened in Las Yagrumas hotel, of the Islazul Chain, in San Antonio de los Baños. The Summer Plan includes an extensive program of recreational socio-cultural and festive activities, where recreation is combined with gastronomic services, reflecting the traditional culinary potential for the enjoyment of the population.
Among the objectives of this activity plan for the summer period are: to exceed the expectations of customers and visitors, to ensure that the activities are linked to the gastronomic services and to encourage greater income, along with a healthy recreation.
According to Joel Molano, Hotel Animator, the main activities will take place on significant dates, for example, the third Sunday of July Children's Day, with options and games dedicated to the child population. From July 25 to 27 with a different program for holidays. As every year, on July 26, Las Yagrumas will celebrate one more anniversary of its creation and the Assault on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Barracks. Another special day will be on August 13, in homage to the birth of the Leader of the Revolution Fidel Castro, and the closing of the summer on August 31. The Bar Karaoke nightclub will open its doors from Thursday to Sunday for the youth population.
In order to achieve a healthy recreation, it is also available the rental of nautical means, walks on the Ariguanabo River, board games, in addition to the pool and spaces for gastronomy.
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