Last week, the Trump Administration added 26 new properties to the list of entities Americans are prohibited from patronizing because they are owned by the Cuban military (the so-called Cuba Restricted List), including the new five-star Iberostar Grand Packard and Paseo del Prado hotels in Old Havana. We encourage you to review the list, which includes a number of hotels in Havana and elsewhere on the island, before making bookings for your U.S. clients traveling to Cuba. And for a refresher on the new Cuba travel rules put in place by the Trump Administration last year, take a look at Chapter 13 of our members-only Regulatory Compliance Handbook.
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