Jumeirah Bodrum Palace hotel opens in Turkey

A luxury Turkish hotel overlooking the Aegean Sea will re-open tomorrow (1 May) under the Jumeirah brand.

Jumeirah Bodrum Palace hotel, Turkey
Jumeirah Bodrum Palace hotel, Turkey

The Jumeirah Bodrum Palace hotel, formerly The Golden Savoy, will offer 135 rooms, made of suites, villas and a six-bedroom palace.

Other facilities include a Talise Spa with 12 treatment rooms, a range of luxury hammams, a fully-equipped fitness centre and a Kids Castle play-centre, a selection of restaurants and bars, eight family swimming pools and 49 private pools for the villas.

Jumeirah Group announced last month [March] that it had signed a management agreement with Targets Investment.

Gerald Lawless, president and group CEO of Jumeirah Group, said: "Jumeirah Bodrum Palace is a truly spectacular luxury resort. We have worked closely with the owner to ensure that the full Jumeirah experience is delivered through the hotel and I am delighted to say that the improvements to the hotel have exceeded our expectations.

"I am confident our loyal guests from around the world will be impressed not only with the location and design, but also with the service standards for which Jumeirah is famous."

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