The Chinese hotel operator Fosun has announced the forthcoming opening of a hotel in Palmavona, on the island of Majorca, under its Cook's Club brand, which will open under the name Cook's Club Calvià Beach.
The opening is the result of an agreement signed with Hoteles Globales, and will be the conversion of the current Hotel Honolulu, which will reopen in the summer of 2023 renovated with 219 rooms in the Palmanova area, in the municipality of Calviá.
This will be the second hotel signed with its Spanish partner, as Tiago Venancio, Senior Hotel Development EMEA at Casa Cook for Fosun Tourism Group, points out. The group also owns Cook's Club Palma Beach in Playa de Palma, Majorca.
The Balearic Islands have been in Fosun's sights to develop the hospitality brands it acquired when Thomas Cook was wound up in 2019, Casa Cook and Cook's Club. Other regions of Spain and especially Greece are attracting the attention of the group, which intends to expand its hotel portfolio.
Fosun currently has five hotels under the Casa Cook brand, three in Greece and two in Egypt, with the latest opening being Casa Cook Samos in September. Cook's Club currently has ten hotels, five in Greece, two in Turkey, one in Egypt, one in Bulgaria and one in Spain.