"Indigo Royal Decameron Beach Resort & Spa" is the new name on which the current indigo Club will be managed. This decision was made following an agreement between a delegation of the Decameron chain, which was in Haiti last week, and management of Club Indigo.
The Delegation of the prestigious hotel group was visiting Haiti to finalize the terms of an agreement with the Minister of Tourism, Stephanie Balmir-Villedroin. The delegation was led by the CEO, Lucio Garcia.
Club Indigo, will now run all-inclusive as the Indigo Royal Decameron Beach Resort & Spa. The preliminary promotional materials Decameron published indicates that the property will be managed on an all inclusive and it will include 380 rooms, including 350 with sea views.
In addition, customers will have access to three restaurants, including two "specialties a la carte", a snack bar and five bars. The complex will also have a spa and two tennis courts. This will be the first all - inclusive to settle in the country since the closure of Club Med.
During his visit to ITB Berlin at the beginning of the month, when Haiti shared a kisoque with Decameron chain, the tourism minister had discussions with several Spanish channels, including Catalonia. She tries to attract particularly in the region of Jacmel and Ile-a-Vache.
There are currently 525 hotels in Haiti and the Ministry of Tourism has undertaken a classification process which so far has classified 177 properties. Five of them were ranked "5 hibiscus" and seven were rewarded with "4 hibiscus."
Decameron is now a subsidiary of the Colombian group Terranum, which is the main hotel manager in Latin America.