Marriott opens third Luxury Collection hotel in Turkey

The property, owned by Reges Turizm Inşaat A.Ş., is made up of two buildings, and has 93 guestrooms and 11 suites. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International has opened Reges, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa in Çeşme, Turkey. 

The opening marks The Luxury Collection’s third hotel in the country, joining the brand’s properties in Bodrum and Ankara.

The property, owned by Reges Turizm Inşaat A.Ş., is made up of two buildings, and has 93 guestrooms and 11 suites. 

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The resort has two restaurants—Safran and Hemera, a contemporary pan-Asian kitchen—and the 1,400-square-meter Spa Reges with six treatment rooms and a traditional Turkish Hammam, sauna and steam room. For events, the hotel has four meeting rooms and outdoor spaces that can accommodate more than 300 people.

Outside, the hotel has two pools, a private beach, a 24/7 fitness center and access to water sports.

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