Four new all-inclusive resorts mark the Inclusive Collection’s debut on the Black Sea coast in two of Europe’s top beach destinations – Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced. The four resorts represent the entry of Inclusive Collection into a third European country, complementing the existing presence of Hyatt’s all-inclusive resort brands in Spain and Greece.
“We are committed to bringing our best-in-class all-inclusive model to Bulgaria with the opening of four resorts in Obzor and Sunny Beach. This expansion is a testament to our intentional growth throughout Europe, and we look forward to the resorts welcoming guests to our Secrets, Dreams, Alua and AluaSun resorts for an unforgettable experience.” – Javier Coll, group president of global business development and innovation, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt
On the coastline of Sunny Beach
Secrets Sunny Beach Resort & Spa – located within steps to the coastline of Sunny Beach, the largest resort town in Bulgaria – features 335 guestrooms and suites overlooking the sea. Combining welcoming architecture and an idyllic experience for a couple’s escape, this resort offers indoor and outdoor infinity pools, a full-service spa, six restaurants and four bars.
Dreams Sunny Beach Resort & Spa features 597 thoughtfully designed guestrooms to accommodate couples and families, and access to Secrets Sunny Beach Resort & Spa for adult guests. The resort offers expansive activities for both adults and children to enjoy, including five outdoor pools, one indoor pool, five restaurants, five bars and athletic courts.
Panorama from Obzor
Located in the serene coastal town of Obzor on the panoramic road connecting the Southern and Northern Black Sea coast, AluaSun Helios Beach and Alua Helios Bay offer direct access to one of the longest beaches in Bulgaria, with close proximity to the cities of Varna, Bourgas and Nessebar.
AluaSun Helios Beach offers 192 guestrooms with breathtaking sunrise and sunset views, overlooking extensive gardens and green areas, creating a blissful resort experience. Alua Helios Bay features 318 guestrooms with balconies overlooking the Black Sea.
“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. These new Bulgarian resorts embody the desires of modern travellers and the Inclusive Collection’s commitment to meeting guest needs and exceeding every expectation,” – Gonzalo del Peon, group president, global and commercial, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt.
The new coastal properties bolster Hyatt’s brand presence in Bulgaria, joining the existing Hyatt Regency Sofia as well as Hyatt Regency Pravets Resort, which is slated to open later this year.