Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts expands properties in Turkey

Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts announced the expansion of its portfolio in Turkey with two new deluxe hotels: a beach resort and a city resort in Bodrum. The two new properties are scheduled to open in 2013 and 2014.

Swissôtel’s future beach resort lies directly on the waterfront in Turgutreis, approximately 20 kilometers from the center of Bodrum. The main two-story hotel comprises 66 rooms and suites offering at least 430 square feet per room, complemented by villas and duplex terraces in front, which house 72 residences that are 915 square feet to 2,949 square feet in size. Rounding off the offering are indoor and outdoor pools, Pürovel Spa & Sport, a variety of sport opportunities and various restaurants.

The Bodrum city project of Swissôtel is located in the hills of Bodrum, with a view over the city. Fifty-six rooms and suites, 45 private residences, three restaurants and Pürovel Spa & Sport will be available.

The owner and developer of the project is Çagdaş Holding, advised by Servotel Corporation. Both projects will be designed by architect Gokhan Avcıoglu (GA architects).


 

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