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Travel news: Turkey to get Six Senses, and more

Turkey gets Six Senses

Turkey will get its first Six Senses resort on May 1, when the hotel group takes over the management of the Canyon Ranch Wellness Resort at Kaplankaya, on the country’s south-western coast. The property is situated in a wild area of the Aegean coast, a 50-minute drive from Bodrum, and has 141 guest rooms and 154 private residences. Further development will include a private marina, yacht club, additional dining, sports and leisure facilities, plus a retail precinct. For more details, see www.sixsenses.com.

Fourth Four Seasons opens in Florida

A new Four Seasons hotel, incorporating a historic 1930s building, has opened in Miami. The Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club in Surfside, in the North Beaches area of Miami Beach, has 77 rooms, three pools, several restaurants, and a spa and wellness centre, as well as beach access. Over the years, the Mediterranean Revival building, then a private members’ club, hosted dozens of notable guests, including Shah Mohammad Reza of Iran, Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, Noël Coward and Tennessee Williams. Now three new buildings flank the original clubhouse. The property is the fourth Four Seasons in Florida, following the Four Seasons Palm Beach, Four Seasons Hotel Miami and Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, and rooms cost from US$775 (Dh2,850) per night, including taxes. Visit www.fourseasons.com.

New Hilton at St Petersburg

Travellers to the Russian city of St Petersburg can now check into the comforting surroundings of a new Hilton hotel, near Pulkovo International Airport. The Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum offers 169 rooms, two restaurants, a spa and gym. For more details, go to www.hilton.com.

Anantara Angkor reopens in Siem Reap, Cambodia

The Bangkok-based hotel brand Anantara has reopened its Siem Reap property in Cambodia after a renovation to upgrade the rooms and facilities. All 39 suites have been refurbished, and there are new restaurant, lobby and spa areas, and larger suites. Rooms cost from Dh917 per night, including taxes and breakfast. Visit www.anantara.com.

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