Kempinski Hotel The Dome Belek, situated on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, has completed an overhaul.

The hotel has now revealed 31 new exclusive Lagoon Suites and 12 Lagoon Golf Suites, following the renovation of all 158 rooms and suites. 

The new Lagoon Suites offer guests direct access to the Lagoon Pool from each terrace.

These 90m² suites are designed to resemble villas and are accessible via a wooden bridge from the hotel lobby.

Interior designer Tre Tasarim selected warm colour schemes such as stone grey, wooden brown, and orange for the property.

The 12 Lagoon Golf Suites have been integrated into the golf course’s landscape, providing a secluded accommodation option away from the main hotel building and closer to the villas.

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In addition, all other guest rooms and suites at Kempinski Hotel The Dome have undergone renovations.

The hotel has also introduced a new dining venue, Seljuk, offering a breakfast buffet with various options, including freshly baked croissants and pastries, Bircher muesli, juices, power shots, and more.

The fully refurbished Lale restaurant now features both indoor and outdoor seating, themed buffets, and various live cooking stations.

Architect Kürşat Aybak, who originally designed the main building of Kempinski Hotel The Dome, was involved in the latest revamp.

Last month, Kempinski Hotels partnered with Chinese luxury brand NUO Hotels for the 2024 Kempinski and NUO Hotels China Roadshow in Beijing and Shanghai.

The event saw the participation of 28 Kempinski hotels, including eight from outside China, and three NUO hotels.