RIU Hotels opens in Bulgaria

RIU Hotels & Resorts continues to grow in one of the EU’s lesser-known countries, but one with great potential in terms of tourism: Bulgaria. The Spanish chain has inaugurated its sixth hotel in the country, the ClubHotel Riu Helios Paradise, a 4-star resort set on the Black Sea coastline, and the only one in Bulgaria that offers RIU’s ”All Inclusive 24-hour” service.

The ClubHotel Riu Helios Paradise is located in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria’s main summer destination, known for its beautiful, long beaches. The hotel has 597 rooms decorated in a modern, elegant style. The resort is surrounded by 20,000 square metres of gardens and offers guests a complete leisure and entertainment programme as well as three themed restaurants: Italian, Asian and Bulgarian. The great attraction of this resort is its large 1,362 square metre pool, with Jacuzzi. Additionally, guests can enjoy a karaoke, a spa and two meeting halls that are ideal for events and conferences.

The RiuFit program offers sports fans classes on body care, fitness and health, including aqua gym, stretching and various other activities. The resort also includes the RiuArt studio, live music and a great variety of shows in the evenings. The younger members of the family will love Riu4U, with activities for young people aged 13 to 17, and the RiuLand kids club, designed for children aged 4 to 7 and 8 to 12.

As well as the ClubHotel Riu Helios Paradise, RIU has a wide range of hotels in Bulgaria, including the Riu Dolce Vita (Golden Sands); the Riu Helios (Sunny Beach); the Riu Helios Bay and the Luca Helios Beach (Obzor); and the Riu Pravets Resort (city of Pravets). The RIU Hotels & Resorts’ ”All Inclusive” service is available at all of these hotels, except for the Riu Pravets Resort.

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