Hostel opens in Tuheljske Toplice

A EUR 50,000 hostel was officially inaugurated in the Tuheljske Toplice spa, northern Croatia, on Tuesday and on that occasion the Terme Olimia company, the owner of the hostel, presented its business plans.

The hostel has 14 rooms with the capacity to accommodate 22 guests and additional amenities.

Terme Olimia CEO Florjan Vasle said that the company intended to invest EUR 150,000 in its hotel facilities within the Terme Tuhelj complex  in Tuheljske Toplice and a million euros in the reconstruction of its hotel Sotelia in Podcetrtek, Slovenia, next year.

He expressed satisfaction with the business results in 2015 both in Croatia and Slovenia.

Terme Tuhelj increased its revenues by 7.5% to EUR 5 million in the first ten months of 2015 compared to the corresponding period in 2014. 

Last update: Tue, 10/11/2015 - 14:27

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