Announcing the construction of 4 all-inclusive hotels on the Black Sea coast, Turkey's neighbor in the Northeast, Georgia, will serve with a total of 1055 rooms and 4 hotels will serve as locomotives for the development of tourism on the Black Sea coast of Georgia and compete with similar facilities in Turkey.
While it was stated that the construction of Wyndham Grand and Wyndham Grand Residences branded all-inclusive hotel complex in Batumi Gonio continued, it was stated that the facilities that will serve in the all-inclusive concept will be operated by Aimbridge Hospitality, the world's largest international hotel management company with 1500 hotels.
After the hotels designed to operate for 12 months and where SPA, restaurants, water slides, bars, children's centers and more will be located, agreements will be made with international tour operators, especially the Russian Federation, Israel, EU countries and Gulf countries, which are among the target markets, and guests will be brought to the region with package tours.
Turkey's tourism revenue, which Georgia has set its sights on, increased by 53.4 percent in 2022 compared to the previous year and amounted to 46 billion 284 million 907 thousand dollars. 34 billion 477 million 12 thousand dollars of the income was personal expenses and 11 billion 807 million 895 thousand dollars was package tour expenses.