Georgia has decided to compete with neighboring Turkey for the attention of tourists and is building several hotels on the shores of the Black Sea that will operate under the All Inclusive system. It was for this service that tourists once fell in love with Turkish resorts.
In the city of Batumi of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, 4 hotels with the “all-inclusive” concept are being prepared for commissioning at once. Each will have 1,055 rooms, which will provide a wide range of services and a high level of service.
The new hotels should stimulate the development of tourism in Georgia on the Black Sea coast and successfully compete with similar facilities in Turkey. First of all, it is planned to attract more tourists from Israel, Europe, and the Persian Gulf countries.