Tui has added 135 former Thomas Cook hotels to its portfolio, with 56 of them contracted exclusively for its customers.
The biggest increases are in Turkey, where 19 hotels have been added, Greece, where Tui has 16 new properties, the Canary islands , Balearic islands [six] and Mexico .
Additional properties have been added in Bulgaria, Italy, Spain and the Caribbean.
In Turkey, the UK’s largest operator has added the Grand Cettia hotel near Marmaris, which was previously exclusive to Thomas Cook, the Paloma Pasha in Ozdere, in Izmir, and the Trendy Lara, in Antalya which, is now exclusive to Tui customers.
In Greece, new additions include the Louis Plagos Zante Beach.
The six hotels to be added in the Balearics include a Tui SplashWorld resort at the Marinda Garden Aparthotel.
The Canaries is being boosted with 22 new hotels including the Sunlight Bahia Principe Tenerife.
Tui’s long-haul offering has also been boosted with the exclusive Seashell Suites and Villas in Goa alongside the 30 new hotels in Mexico.
Mark Hall, director of product and destination experience Tui UK & Ireland said “At Tui we’re committed to offering outstanding holidays and to support the additional capacity growth.
“We are delighted to be introducing a wide range of hotels popular with Thomas Cook customers to make sure holidaymakers still get to experience these great resorts.”
The announcement follows news that Tui is adding two million seats on flights to Turkey, Greece, the Balearics, the Canaries and Mexico.
Thomas Cook ceased trading on September 23.
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