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Jumeirah to manage new luxury hotel in Turkey

16 Mar 2015 by Clement Huang

Dubai-based luxury hotel company Jumeirah has signed a management agreement with Targets Investment Turizm Isletmeleri AS to operate a property in Bodrum on Turkey’s Aegean coast.

The hotel, formerly known as the Golden Savoy will operate as Jumeirah Bodrum Palace Hotel, Turkey, from May 1.

Jumeirah Bodrum Palace Hotel, Turkey

“To have the opportunity of extending our brand presence in Turkey is a key strategic development for Jumeirah,” said Gerald Lawless, president and group chief executive of Jumeirah Group. “To be doing so with such a magnificent hotel on the Turkish Riviera gives us every confidence that our loyal Jumeirah guests will find the same quality of experience that they have come to associate with our hotels around the world”.

Situated approximately 10 minutes from Bodrum city centre, the hotel is only 20 minutes from Bodrum International Airport. Covering more than 110,000sqm, Jumeirah Bodrum Palace Hotel, Turkey consists of 135 guestrooms, and includes F&B outlets, a Talise Spa, several high-end shops and 57 swimming pools with the majority assigned to the private villas.

Noble Grand Suite

The accommodation highlight is “The Palace”, a 2,000sqm palatial residence made up of six deluxe master bedrooms, an indoor and outdoor pool, a traditional Turkish hammam and sauna, and its very own pier and private beach with cabanas.

In addition, all bedrooms in The Palace come are ensuite, with each bathroom offering its very own Jacuzzi. There is also a royal living room and dining room, an entertainment patio and sundeck. Guests have access to a dedicated butler service, available 24-hours a day.

For more information, visit jumeirah.com

Clement Huang

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