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World of Hyatt is expanding its presence in Eastern Europe with the opening of 4 all-inclusive resorts in Bulgaria.
Let’s take a look at this exciting news!
Inclusive Collection Expands In Bulgaria
More than a year after acquiring Apple Leisure Group, which includes brands such as Dreams Resorts & Spas, Secrets Resorts & Spa, and Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts, Hyatt has announced the opening of 4 new resorts in Bulgaria.
The 4 all-inclusive properties are located in the resort areas of Sunny Beach and Obzor along the Bulgarian Black Sea. Here’s what you need to know about each resort:
- Secrets Sunny Beach Resort & Spa is adults-only and features 335 guestrooms and suites overlooking the sea. Amenities include 3 infinity pools, an outdoor pool with a swim-up bar, a spa, 6 restaurants, and 4 bars.
- Dreams Sunny Beach Resort & Spa is family-friendly and features 597 rooms and suites. Access to Secrets Sunny Beach Resort & Spa is available for adult guests. The hotel has 5 pools, 10 restaurants and bars, a playground, and a kids’ club.
- AluaSun Helios Beach has 192 guestrooms and features an outdoor swimming pool, gym, and 6 restaurants and bars.
- Alua Helios Bay has 318 guestrooms, all of which have balconies overlooking the Black Sea. Amenities include an outdoor and indoor pool, a gym, a wellness area, and 9 restaurants and bars.
“Luxury all-inclusive travel is evolving, and guests are seeking more holistic experiences that offer the consistency of a trusted brand coupled with exciting and immersive destination offerings,” said Gonzalo del Peon, group president of global and commercial, Inclusive Collection at Hyatt.
“These new Bulgarian resorts embody the desires of modern travelers and the Inclusive Collection’s commitment to meeting guest needs and exceeding every expectation,” del Peon continued.
The new properties will be under the World of Hyatt umbrella, which means guests can earn and redeem points at the resorts. All of the hotels appear to fall under Hyatt’s all-inclusive categories A or B.
Category A properties start at 12,000 points per night, up to 18,000 points per night. Category B hotels start at 17,000 points per night, up to 23,000 points per night.
Hot Tip: Don’t forget to check out our complete guide on earning World of Hyatt points!
This is excellent news for World of Hyatt fans, who now have more options for redeeming points. With award rates fairly reasonable, make sure you’re stocked up on World of Hyatt points if you’re interested in a stay at any of these resorts!
Featured Image Credit: Hyatt
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