The 3 hotels are the Hotel Inglaterra and Hotel Santa Isabel which will both become part of Starwood’s Luxury Collection and the Hotel Quinta Avenida, which will become a Four Points by Sheraton hotel.
|The Hotel Quinta Avenida, a 186-room business hotel in the upscale district of Miramar|
|Tourists take in the sites at Cathedral Square in Old Havana on Saturday as Cuba prepares for the visit of President Obama . (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)|
Tourism in Cuba is already at an all time high since the US started to ease its travel restrictions to the country a few years ago and that number is expected to increase exponentially as US commercial flights begin their daily flights to at least 10 different Cuban destinations. Currently, all flights between the two countries are still charter flights and the US Treasury Department has set 12 categories of authorized travel.