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Increase of Asian tourists in Portonovi

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The One&Only Portonovi resort has prepared a special festival offer for all visitors from the Asian market and lovers of Chinese culture, in anticipation of the Chinese New Year.

In that spirit, the hotel lobby is adorned with magnificent decorations, among the red lanterns, especially highlighting a carnival dragon (lung) several meters long.

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“The central celebration and solemn marking of the entry into the ‘Year of the Dragon’ are reserved for tonight, in the well-known Tapasake restaurant, where the charms of Asian cuisine and a special menu will delight all your senses,” stated the Portonovi representatives.

Najda Đorđević, the Director of Sales and Marketing at One&Only, confirmed that they have noticed a significant increase in tourists from the Asian market, especially during the winter period, in the past two years.

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For this reason, they decided to delight and express gratitude to everyone who chose to spend this holiday at the resort.

“We want them to feel at home and provide them with all the necessary conditions for an authentic and magical celebration. We have created a special offer for all those who choose to spend the next few days in a luxurious ambiance. Instead of three nights, they will pay for two. In addition, we have included a 15% discount on spa treatments, as well as complimentary consultations with our medical experts,” Đorđević said.

Guests, as she noted, will be able to enjoy a traditional Chinese breakfast, a diverse hotel offer, use of the gym, sauna, sports courts, and many other amenities.

Visitors who exclusively use Mandarin will be warmly welcomed by receptionist Wei En Tan.

“The celebration of the Lunar New Year is as important to us as Christmas is to you. In our tradition, this represents the time of year when the extended family gathers. I am glad to have the opportunity to celebrate it in Montenegro and to extend a warm welcome to tourists who communicate in Mandarin. Happy Chinese New Year,” Tan concluded.

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