November 30, 2017
Toma

MGallery by Sofitel, the luxury brand of the global leading hotel group AccorHotels and its strategic partner for the region Orbis Hotel Group, marked the official opening of its new location Tarcin Forest Resort & Spa in the presence of numerous attendees.

The Tarcin Forest Resort offers a total of 55 hotel rooms and 20 villas that include private gardens. Nine of them belong to the hotel with a complete hotel service, while the rest are villas that are available for rent and sale. The hotel also includes modern conference capacities, a luxurious spa & wellness center as well as a fitness center, while exclusive international and local organic food is offered in the restaurant.

This project, whose value is estimated at 30 million BAM, has already been recognized by its visitors and guests – all the hotel capacities have already been booked by corporate groups and the first villas are already rented for the celebration of the New Year’s Eve, since the official opening of the hotel that took place on November 10.

“The official opening of the Tarcin Forest Resort – MGallery by Sofitel represents an important step in the realization of this strategy and it further opens our development in the Balkan region. I believe that the entry of the brand MGallery by Sofitel in BiH will bring a completely new, exclusive experience of hotel services to our future guests,” said the CEO of Orbis Hotel Group, Gilles Clavie.

Director of Investor Company TIDC Ltd. Enes Kazazic stated that Tarcin Forest Resort & Spa – MGallery by Sofitel is unique because it represents a combination of a luxury of the top quality hotel services and a healthy stay in nature.

“The resort is constructed in accordance with the most modern standards of environmental protection and with local contractors, we are working with local suppliers of organic products on our culinary offer, and almost all of 60 employees of our team are local staff, and they were trained in accordance with the highest international standard, which strengthened their position on the labor market as well as a long-term perspective when it comes to work in the hotel industry,” stated Kazazic.

 

Source: sarajevotimes