Hyatt Centric Announces 2019 Opening of Bodrum Resort

Hyatt Centric Announces 2019 Opening of Bodrum Resort
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Bodrum Yalikavak Hyatt Centric to Open

With its own description of ”eclectic,” the Hyatt Centric Hotel concept builds  upon the local theme of the city its in.  With locations in New York, Chicago, Guatemala, San Francisco, Istanbul and Uruguay, three new venues are opening – Tokyo, Dubai and Bodrum.

“The brand is designed for millennial-minded guests who see themselves as savvy-explorers and we look forward to the brand’s continued growth throughout the region,” said Hyatt senior vice president, acquisition and development, Europe, Africa, Middle East and South West Asia, Peter Norman.

Atmosphere, decor, setting and activities are streamlined to fit in seamlessly with local culture and attractions.  One characteristic that does not change between Hyatt Centric Hotels is that the feel is modern, hip and meets all modern travellers’ needs – great wi-fi connections throughout the hotel, multiple lounges that serve as both work/play areas, and fully equipped office facilities including conference halls.

With 77 rooms, Hyatt Centric Yalikavak, Bodrum occupies some of Bodrum peninsula’s prime real estate.  Just minutes from Yalikavak’s multi-million dollar Palmarina and shopping arcade, the hotel will boast a first class spa, rooms with private balconies and gardens, and five restaurants.  The scheduled opening is for the 2019 season.







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