Bulgaria's hoteliers overtake Paris
Source: Lyubov Ivanova
The main winter holiday in Bulgaria – Christmas (December 25) - is usually celebrated at home with the family. But the New Year's celebrations here last a week, and many seek to take advantage of the long weekend to change the situation. As a rule, at this time the country's hotels are filled with a merry public. And hoteliers prepare special offers for guests, including festive dinners, entertainment programs, New Year's fireworks. And, of course, special prices.
This year, according to the observers of the specialized portal TrafficNews, New Year's offers in Bulgaria are more expensive than in Paris, Istanbul and Los Angeles.
Ski and spa resorts are in particular demand among Bulgarians and guests of the country in winter. Here, a 3-day stay in a high-class hotel is comparable in cost to a 10-day stay in a hotel of a similar level abroad. For example, in the ski resort of Bansko, a chain hotel of a well-known brand offers a New Year's package for at least 5 days at a price of about 600 euros / night for a 2-bed room. In addition to the ALL INCLUSIVE service, the price includes a New Year's dinner of several dishes with wine and drinks, a festive concert, and a morning brunch.
In the neighboring village of Banya, famous for its thermal springs, in the new spa complex, a New Year's package for a 3-day stay will cost about 500 euros / night, also with a festive dinner and entertainment, plus the use of several pools with mineral water.
The spa capital of Bulgaria, Velingrad, is also a very popular holiday destination during the New Year holidays. Here, in one of the newest and most modern hotels, you will have to pay 650 euros/night for 3 nights in a double suite.
Bulgaria's seaside resorts are not so popular in winter. A New Year's offer in a good hotel with dinner and fireworks will cost only 250 euros/night here.
At such prices, Bulgarian hoteliers have overtaken Turkey, Dubai, Maldives and even Paris in terms of cost.
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