TEZ Tour: Cyprus all-inclusive is the main trend of the season
In the summer of 2019, Cyprus will maintain its leading position on the Russian outbound market. At the same time, as experts emphasize, among tourists the destination is more often associated with all-inclusive system, popular in Russia. Thus, according to the representatives of TEZ Tour operator, already this year the sales of hotels on «all inclusive» amounted to 25% of all sales in Cyprus.
As the general director of TEZ Tour Cyprus, Ivan Lavrov, said, according to the results of the “early booking” campaign, demand for the destination showed a 34% increase. “At the moment, Ayia Napa and Protaras are the most popular among tourists. At the same time, the depth of sales is until October 2019,” he explained. According to Ivan Lavrov, this season there are four new exclusive hotels: Aktea Beach Village 4*, Faros Hotel 4*, Nissiblu Beach Resort 5* and The BlueIvy Hotel & Suites 4* in the range of TEZ TOUR. In addition, the company signed contracts with a network of hotels LouisHotel.
Another trend of this season, which the expert highlighted, is an increase in requests for Cyprus hotels of categories 5* and 5* Deluxe. Among the new products in this segment, TEZ Tour presented Park lane, A Luxury Collection Resort & SPA 5*, Amara Hotel 5*, The Royal Apollonia 5*, Radisson Blu Hotel Larnaca 5* and Nissiblu Beach Resort 5*. And also a chain of "Louis" - Louis Imperial Beach 4*, Louis Phaethon Beach 4*, Louis Paphos Breese 4*, Louis Ivi Mare 4* and Louis Ledra Beach 4*.
If we talk about prices, then, according to Ivan Lavrov, unlike other destinations, Cyprus demonstrates stability. Moreover, some hotels, on the contrary, reduced prices in Euros.
By the way, the coming summer the customers of TEZ Tour will have access to tours to Cyprus with departures from Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Novosibirsk and Mineralnye Vody. The first "summer" flight from the capital was scheduled for April 20. The further flights are carried out on the wings of S7 and Ural Airlines.