Around 2,000 tourists will spend the New Year’s Eve in hotels on Romanian seaside, an y-o-y growth by 10 pct

Georgiana Bendre | 12/12/2017 | 16:13

Around 2,000 tourists will spend the New Year’s Eve in hotels on Romanian seaside, an year-on-year growth by 10 percent, where they will spend between RON 978-4,000/room for three nights, plus the New Year’s Eve meal, according to the estimations of, the agency that sells packages to Romanian tourists on the Romanian seaside.

This year 12 hotels launched since September packages for New Year’s Eve that include around 2,500 bedrooms, including a festive dinner.

Until now were sold 60 percent of these bedrooms and the estimations of, for the New Year’s Eve are that 2,000 tourists will accommodate at the seaside’ hotels. For the New Year’s Eve 2016-2017, the hotels from seaside put for sale around 2,200 bedrooms.

Some hotels are already fully booked, such as Iaki or Mirage. The cheapest rooms are at hotel Acapulco din Eforie Nord (3*), for RON 459/bedroom for a three night-accommodation with breakfast, followed by the hotels in Mamaia-Sulina (4*) and On Plonge Junior (4*), where a package of three night accommodation with all meals and a festive dinner for the New Year’s Eve, costs RON 978.

The hotels in Mangalia (3*) sell packages of three night accommodation and breakfast, plus a festive dinner at RON 1,460/bedroom, the mansion Coralis din Eforie Nord, RON 1,700 for three night-accommodation, with breakfast included and a festive dinner.

The newest five-star hotel from the seaside, Phoenicia Royal in Navodari, sold packages of three nights, all meals included and a festive dinner at RON 532/room.

The most expensive packages are at hotels Turquoise (4*) in Venus at RON 2.725 for four night accommodation all inclusive, Vega (5*) Mamaia for RON 3.060/room, three night accommodation and a festive dinner, Aqvatonic (4*), Eforie Nord – RON 3,261 for four night accommodation with all meals included, a festive dinner, access to SPA.

“During this period tourists can take a walk on the sea front of Mamaia resort, in the old town of Constanta or on the   of Constanta’ casino. They can spend the time in the hotels’ SPAs, with relaxing massages and in the evening they can stay at the restaurants’ hotels that prepare shows and thematic evenings,” said Stefan Necula, director of portal., owned by the company Creative Eye SRL in Constanta, with an integrated Romanian private capital, is one of the most important sellers of holidays in the local resorts from the Black Sea. registered a sales volume of EUR 15 million in 2016.

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