Melia To Open Seventh Hotel In Bulgaria

Spanish hospitality group Melia Hotels International said on Monday that it will open its seventh hotel in Bulgaria next year, further expanding its presence in the Black Sea country.

The Melia Sunny Beach hotel, located in the coastal resort of Sunny Beach, will offer 987 rooms, the company said in a statement.

The facility is a hotel complex comprising three buildings. The first building is new, while the other two will be renovated after the opening of the first one in accordance with the quality and service standards of the Melia Hotels & Resorts brand. 

Melia Hotels International has six other hotels of its brand located on the Bulgarian coast – four in Nessebar, one in Obzor and one in Varna area. Altogether, they feature 2,400 rooms. 

Melia Hotels International entered the Bulgarian market in 2007 through the opening of the five-star hotel Melia Grand Hermitage in the Golden Sands resort north of Varna.

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