Six Senses to take over management of resort in Turkey
Six Senses Hotels and Resorts has announced that it’s taking over the management of a resort on Turkey’s Aegean coast.
Six Senses will take over the property management of the resort, which will be known as Six Senses Kaplankaya, on May 1. The resort, owned by Capital Partners of Turkey, features 141 suites and guestrooms in the main development, in addition to 154 private residences nearby.
Erkan Erkek, chief executive of Capital Partners of Turkey, said: “We welcome Six Senses to the Aegean coast and look forward to their contribution towards the grand vision of Kaplankaya.”
Kaplankaya is a mixed-use large-scale development currently under construction. Once finished, it will include a marina, yacht club, retail space, as well as dining, sports and other leisure facilities.
Six Senses currently operates 11 resorts and 29 spas in 20 countries around the world under three brands: Sixes Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas. Intense development is set to see this property portfolio triple in the next five years.
The company currently has resorts, hotels and spas under development in a wide range of countries, including Austria, Bhutan, China, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Nicaragua and the US, among others.