Turkish hotels will not give up the system "all inclusive", as it is high-demanded by tourists.
Report informs citing Izvestia that the due statement came from head of the Union of Mediterranean Touristic Hoteliers and Operators (AKTOB), Erkan Yağcı.
According to him, no one in the republic has the right to force hoteliers to use any kind of customer service system. “Every hotel makes its own choices”, Yağcı added.
"The all-inclusive system was created by the market, and the market itself decides whether it is successful or not," RIA Novosti quotes him as saying.
Yağcı noted that the petitions on the abolition of all inclusive arise periodically, however they do not any reasonable justification, Gazeta.ru writes.
"We are really tired of discussing this issue, and I think it's time to finish raising the wave on this topic," head of the Union of Mediterranean Touristic Hoteliers concluded.
Earlier this week, Traders and artisans of the Turkish resorts of Side and Alanya asked the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to revise the standards of the "all inclusive" system in hotels. The Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Turkey received a letter from the Chamber of Commerce of Manavgat.
According to the members of the chamber, the "all inclusive" system destroys their business, and the revision of the standards of this format will achieve "fair competition" in the struggle for the costs of guests between sellers and hotels.