Luxury resort on the Romanian coastline expands with EUR 3 mln balneo and treatment centre
Real estate developer Novum Invest announced a new phase of expansion by opening a balneo and treatment centre within the Novum by the Sea luxury complex in Olimp, on the Romanian seacoast. The investment in the new MedSPA centre was EUR 3 million.
"This is a step forward in Novum by the Sea's strategy to extend the operational period of the complex and attract visitors throughout the year," said Alin Popa, CEO of Novum Invest.
The MedSPA centre is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offers a wide range of therapies and treatments across its 21 distinct treatment rooms. Guests will benefit from balneo therapies, including hydrotherapy, Vichy showers, therapeutic mud treatments, specific massages, and much more, all tailored to individual needs and preferences.
An experienced team of therapists manages the centre, the company said.
"Furthermore, within Novum by the Sea, we will soon begin the development of a premium residential project called Novum by the Sea Grand Resort - Your Extraordinary Home. […] The three residential blocks that will be added to our resort will be developed and operated to the same high-quality standards that our audience has come to know and appreciate," said Alin Popa.
"Future owners will have special access to the resort's facilities, including the newly inaugurated indoor pool and SPA, as well as the recreational and entertainment areas. The residential complex will include 408 apartments, 36 duplexes, and 465 parking spaces located across three underground levels," he added.
Novum Invest has so far developed over 3,000 residential units across 14 projects. In addition to the already renowned Novum by the Sea project in Olimp, the company also launched the Ibis Bucharest Politehnica hotel, which features 160 rooms, 4 conference rooms, a restaurant, a bar, and private parking.
Currently, Novum Invest has five new residential projects under development in Bucharest, with over 1,800 apartments to be delivered in the next two years.
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