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Swiss-Belhotel International takes over iconic resort in Turkey

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BURSA, Turkey – Global hospitality management Group Swiss-Belhotel International continues its expansion with a take over of a 5-star resort and spa in Bursa, Turkey.

BURSA, Turkey – Global hospitality management Group Swiss-Belhotel International continues its expansion with a take over of a 5-star resort and spa in Bursa, Turkey.

The agreement has recently been signed by Dr. Bandar Al Faheid, Arab Tourism Organisation President, Dr. Khaled Reda, Saudi Norgeh Representative, Gavin M. Faull, Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President, and Noel Massoud, Swiss-Belhotel International Vice President – The Middle East

“We are excited to enter Turkey with such an iconic 5-star resort and spa and bring Swiss-Belhotel International’s global service and professionalism to that market,” Gavin M. Faull said.

Situated close to Atatürk Museum and Bursa Grand Mosque, Grand Swiss-Belhotel Çelik Palace Hotel was constructed upon request of Turkey’s first President, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and was privatized in 2007. At present, this 5-star hotel provides 164 rooms with sophisticated interiors keeping its historical vibe that will suit even the most discerning guests. Each room is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including LCD cable TV, free Wi-Fi Internet access, mini bar and digital electronic safe

Gavin M. Faull added, “Swiss-Belhotel International brand is more than a symbol of elegance and excellence. At Grand Swiss-Belhotel Celik Palas, we promise to deliver positive memorable experiences to our guests in the company of uniquely qualified people who are passionate, professional and hospitable.”

Grand Swiss-Belhotel Çelik Palas boasts top quality facilities including 6 food and beverage outlets, 7 function rooms and a wellness centre with the biggest thermal pool in Bursa, Turkish bath, massage rooms, skin care centre and outdoor pool.