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NEWS


NEWS


TURKISH HOTELIER CHAMPIONS BODRUM


The general manager of Turkish property Caresse has encouraged the trade to continue sending guests to his property and to the Bodrum area in general. Makis Antonatos said the property was ideal for affluent guests seeking “excellent cuisine and perfect diving spots”. Turkey’s visitor numbers have taken a hit in light of terrorism attacks in the capital, but many


operators have upped their capacity for next year. CARESSE.COM


SIX SENSES TO CONVERT INDIAN FORT


Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is to convert a historic fort into the group’s first property in India. The Six Senses Fort Barwara in Rajasthan will boast 48 suites when it opens in the final quarter of 2018. Barwara Fort (pictured) was built in the 14th century and occupies a five-acre site, encircled by a rock wall that is up to six metres high in some sections. Six Senses is employing conservation experts to


SILVERSEA EASES GROUP BOOKINGS


Silversea Cruises has introduced a new group sales programme to make bookings easier for the trade. The programme’s perks include price protection for 90 days, and onboard credit for both classic and expedition sailings. In addition, no deposit is required to create a group. Connie Georgiou, Silversea’s head of trade sales and partnerships, said: “Groups are a great way for agents to maximise their earning potential, and with the new programme they have more ways to


achieve results on a range of exciting itineraries.” MY.SILVERSEA.COM


preserve and convert the fort. It aims to “reinterpret the gracious and regal ambience experienced at Rajasthan’s royal forts and palaces”. Six Senses Fort Barwara will feature two restaurants, a bar, lounge, spa, fitness centre, two swimming pools, banquet space and kids’ club. The property is 30 minutes by road from the Ranthambore National Park – famous for its tigers – to which Six Senses will offer daily safari drives. Six Senses president Bernhard Bohnenberger said: “Six Senses Fort Barwara will be the second heritage property that Six Senses will manage. “In Portugal, using exquisite aesthetics and creative ingenuity, our Six Senses Douro Valley property offers a fresh design perspective that beautifully showcases its locality and historic quinta (wine estate). “In India, we are taking a similar approach with


the beautiful Fort Barwara project.” SIXSENSES.COM


aspire september 2017 — 11


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