Turkish Dedeman plans 2 new hotels in Bulgaria.

By bne IntelliNews June 4, 2010
Turkish company Dedeman Hotels and Resorts International announced plans to open two new hotels in the northern Black Sea city of Varna and the ski resort of Bansko in Bulgaria as part of its business strategy for expansion on the Balkans, the Near East and Central Asia, local media reported citing Turkish sources. The company already runs two hotels in the capital city of Sofia and the country's second-largest city of Plovdiv. It has invested a total EUR 50mn in the two hotels, which are to turn into key destinations for congress tourism. Dedeman Hotels and Resorts International currently operates a total of 22 hotels in Turkey and abroad.

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