Mardan Palace News

Turkey rides on the success of Mardan Palace

Turkey rides on the success of Mardan Palace

20th Aug 2012 Focus

Turkey is one of the tourism success stories of the millennium as visitor figures continue to climb and global airlines launch new routes into the destination. Breaking Travel News catches up with Cumhur Özen, general manager of Antalya’s stunning Mardan Palace, to discuss Turkey’s growing tourism sector.

Mardan Palace looks to sports tourism in 2013

Mardan Palace looks to sports tourism in 2013

15th Aug 2012 Focus

As sports fever grips the world following the successful Olympics 2012, the $1.4bn Mardan Palace hotel in Antalya has signed on to host the FIFA Under-20 World Cup qualification games in 2013. In just under a year, the multi-purpose Mardan Sports Complex Stadium - with its world class facilities - will open its doors to a host of international footballers.

Mardan Palace leads the way with unique spa offering

Mardan Palace leads the way with unique spa offering

29th Mar 2012 Focus

The $1.4bn Mardan Palace, which opened its doors in Antalya in 2009, recently picked up two major titles at the World Travel Awards. Built by Azerbaijan billionaire Telman Ismailov as an opulent palace for elite travellers, the stunning property is leading the way in the region with its combined holistic and medical spa treatments and is set to unveil a brand new Jack Nicklaus golf course this year.

Enbe Band rock Mardan Palace

Enbe Band rock Mardan Palace

1st Sep 2011 Focus

When Mardan Palace opened in 2009 even the most hardened critics admitted it was something special, something new, not just for the Turkish resort of Antalya, but for the global tourism marketplace. This was made clear earlier this week when Enbe Band – among the most sought after acts in the Mediterranean – took to the stage to wow guests with a two hour set.

Antalya – Turkey’s tourism jewel

Antalya – Turkey’s tourism jewel

Turkey is one of the tourism success stories of the millennium. In the first four months of this year alone, tourist numbers rose 21 percent from the comparable period of 2010. Fuelling the growth is the country’s tourism jewel of Antalya, and its incredible beaches, hotels, history and climate.