All the hotels on the Romanian Black Sea coast that organise New Year’s Eve parties are fully booked, with the prices for the festive New Year’s Eve dinner going no higher than 250 lei per person, the president of the Seaside – Danube Delta Association Corina Martin told Agerpres on Wednesday.
“The seaside generally is the Romanian New Year’s Eve destination that sells last. The seaside is the option of the Romanians who find out late if they have the possibility to leave their town of residence for a few days’ holiday. The weather looks set to be fair, but anyway, the New Year’s Eve at the seaside is different. It is for those nostalgic, for the sea lovers, no matter what the season”, Martin added.
At a 4-star hotel in the posh resort of Mamaia, prices for the New Year’s Eve vacation start from 1,700 lei for three nights, for two adults with full board and New Year’s Eve festive dinner.
A luxury New Year party in a 5-star hotel in Mamaia can be enjoyed at prices ranging between 2,877 lei and 3,810 lei for three nights, for two adults with full board and New Year’s Eve festive dinner, brunch and dinner on Jan. 1, breakfast, lunch and Greek festive dinner on Jan. 2 and breakfast on Jan. 3.
“Usually, the hotels include wellness and SPA procedures in their offer. Most of them are in Mamaia, Eforie Nord and Mangalia./…/ If there were higher demand, there would be more hotel operators who would organise New Year’s Eve parties. We also have a first in Romania, free accommodation in Eforie Nord, with the tourists paying for the rest of the services”, the Association head explained.
Prices in 3-star hotels in the port city of Constanta start from 848 lei for three nights, for two persons. The offer includes accommodation with breakfast, New Year’s Eve festive dinner and a welcoming gift. (1 euro = 4,5381 lei)
“The (Romanian Hotels and Restaurants Employers) Federation HORA and the Federation of the Associations of Tourist Promotion in Romania still hope the Government will give an urgent order delaying the deadline by which an analysis of fire risk should be carried out, without which the operating authorisation will no longer be issued starting January 1. All organisers, be they clubs, restaurants or hotels have taken special measures to this effect”, Martin underscored.