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Turkish hoteliers will invest millions in Bulgaria

May 7, 2014


One of the biggest Turkish hotel chains "Alkochlar" will invist thousands of euro in the tourism in Bulgaria over the next years. The first investment of the businessmen from our southern neighbor is renting for years the four star "Grand Hotel Murgavetz" in Pamporovo. The building will remain the property of the chain "Sharolopov Hotels". We believe that over the next 10 years, Bulgaria will be one of the biggest tourist hits on the Balkans, so over the next three years we will invest here, said the Turkish owner of the chain - 66 -year-old Ender Alkochlar.


We are looking for other hotels in which to invest - in the winter resorts Bansko and Borovets, at sea - in Sunny Beach region, explained Alkochlar. Together with our partners we foresee tour and charter flights to Sofia, Burgas and Plovdiv, he explained. The main tourists who we are counting on are Turkish, Russian, Belarusian and Azerbaijan citizens, said the investor. According to Alkochlar in our country will come more Turkish tourists if the visa regime between the two countries is facilitated. The turkish chain manage hotels in the seaside resorts of our south neighbors in Kusadasi, Bodrum and Cesme and Turkey's most popular ski resort Uluda - one of the most famous places in the world Istanbul.