In an effort to reinforce its presence in some of the world's most popular holiday destinations and continue the hotel chain's steady growth, Iberostar have an impressive 2011 schedule during which they will be opening seven new hotels.
To kick start the schedule, Iberostar have three of the seven hotel openings this spring. With two new properties located in the Malaga region, this makes Spain holidays very appealing with a stay at either the Iberostar Malaga Playa or the Iberostar Coral Beach Marbella, which only opened this month.
The third opening this spring is the Iberostar Hermes, which is situated just a short distance from the beautiful resort of Agios Nikolaos on the island of Crete in Greece.
The remaining four hotels will be opened later this year with three hotels on the island of Cuba – the Iberostar Parque Central in Havana and the Iberostar Krystal and Iberostar Emperador in the popular resort of Cayo Coco.
The last of the seven hotels is the impressive five star Iberostar Mencey on the Canary Island of Tenerife, this will be the only luxury five-star urban hotel in the island's capital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
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