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The Savoy Ottoman Palace Hotel , Kyrenia (Girne)

The Savoy Ottoman Palace, Hotel of 2009, north cyprus new hotel
The Savoy Ottoman Palace Hotel is located in the centre of Kyrenia town and from two steps to the ancient Kyrenia harbour. This new hotel (2009) proposes the high level of service to its visitors. The Savoy Ottoman Palace Hotel combines the contemporary concept of comfort and interior in the style of the traditions of Ottoman Empire. Not a single detail is missed in the decoration of the hotel, beginning from the luxurious marble lobby of the hotel to the rich atmosphere of each room. Imagine yourself actually in the ottoman era! The territory of hotel has well equipped wellness with steam bath, Turkish bath, sauna, casino and restaurants casino and other restaurants to the selection. In each room of the hotel you can find plasma TV, dressing gown and slippers, and 24-hour room service. There are special non-smoking rooms or rooms for the disabled people in the hotel. Due to its excellent location near all famous historical places, the Savoy hotel gives guests the exceptional opportunity not only to relax, but also to explore the sights both inside and around Kyrenia town.

Number of rooms: 100 Deluxe Suites, 15 Pasha Suites and 2 Sultan Suites

Room facilities: air-conditioner, telephone, plasma TV, pay movies, safe, balcony, mini bar, shower or bath, WC, hairdryer, electronic scales, internet access.

Pasha Suites and Sultan Suites have separate living rooms, Jacuzzi baths.

Sultan Suites have sauna and private rooftop swimming pool.

Hotel facilities: swimming pool, shuttle bus to the Escape beach, shop, casino, fitness centre, SPA centre, Turkish bath, sauna, steam bath , Sarayburnu restaurant , Far East Square restaurant, The Great Ottoman pub and bistro and 4 other bars.

For an Extra Charge: room service, dry cleaning, hairdresser, massage.

Location: 35 minutes drive from Ercan Airport, situated in the heart of touristic centre - Kyrenia town.





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