Virtual reality gaming and private party rooms are among the latest additions to the entertainment options at Thomas Cook’s millennial-focused Cook’s Club hotels.
Cook debuted the Cook’s Club brand in Hersonissos, Crete, last summer and has moved quickly to debut the concept in other markets, including two new locations in Turkey and Bulgaria’s Sunny Beach.
Located on the beachfront, the 115-room Cook’s Club Alanya features a rage room, 3D virtual reality gaming and a bookable private party room.
Cook’s quieter, more secluded 130-room Cook’s Club Adakoy Marmaris, meanwhile, also has a private party room, disco, DJ, extensive playlist, video screens and karaoke.
The latest Cook’s Club opening is in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria, which opened this week. It is Cook’s fifth new property for summer 2019 following openings in Turkey, Spain and Greece.
Sunny Beach adopts the brand’s millennial-tinged design cues, and boasts a diverse range of food and drink options at an affordable price.
The 428-room hotel is located just 400 metres from the beach in the town of Nessebar and features a pool and gym, with dawn-till-dusk DJ soundtrack.
Alanya packages lead in from £429pp (self-catering); Marmaris from £551pp (all-inclusive); and Sunny Beach from £459pp (B&B) or £589pp (all-inclusive).
Prices are based on two adults sharing, departing mid-July, and include return flights, 15kg luggage and resort transfers.
Cook’s Club hotels are located in Marmaris; Alanya; Palma Beach, Majorca; Tigaki, Kos; Sunny Beach; and Hersonissos, Crete.