Hungarian hotel chain Ensana to invest EUR 20-25 mln in central Romania
Hungarian Ensana Health Spa Hotels, formerly known as Hungarian Danubius Hotel Group, plans to build three villas and convert its health centre in Lacu Ursu into a hotel - all in central Romania, in Sovata, Ziarul Financiar reported.
This should happen over the coming 3-5 years, under an investment plan evaluated at EUR 20-25 mln.
Ensana owns three hotels in Sovata resort in Mures County, central Romania.
It wants to reach an accommodation capacity of almost 1,000 places in 3-5 years, after the EUR 20-25 mln investments planned, according to statements made by company representatives at a press conference.
"We are now renovating the Sovata Hotel. We will develop future projects with an architect from Spain, but these are investments for the next 3-5 years. We want to build new buildings, a three-villa building and turn the former Ursu Lake treatment base into hotel rooms, which means we will have another 120 new rooms," Andrei Rusu, the chain's chief operating officer, said.