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Yalova Thermal Palace Project
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Yalova Thermal Palace Project
Yalova Thermal Palace Project

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Inspired by Seljuk and Ottoman architecture, the structure possesses a palatial stance. Expected to multiply the tourism capacity of Yalova, Yalova Thermal Palace, the closest thermal spring to Istanbul, has made Yalova the new favorite of the Middle East.

Yalova Thermal Palace project is the biggest investment of Karaderili Group of Companies having 18-year-experience in areas such as hotel management and time share. Having been named as the “Vision Project”, Yalova Thermal Palace  is being built in 3 stages, in Akköy, in the Termal district of the province of Yalova. The apartments stage of Yalova Thermal project, the first stage, has been completed and handed over to homeowners.

Having received their title deeds in the form of shared properties, real estate investors have already begun to experience the joy of a thermal holiday in units ranging from 37 to 223 square meters, and from studios and 1 beds to 2, 3 and 4 beds. 10 apartments with private Turkish Baths, 2 outdoor swimming pools and 1 restaurant have gone into service in the first stage, while new units which are being completed on a daily basis continue to welcome guests.

Drawing the attention of both domestic and foreign clients, the project is adding even more value to its value with the Gulf (Körfez) Bridge project, the construction of which continues. The accommodation capacity of Yalova will triple on the completion of the project.

Yalova Thermal Palace Hotel
Yalova Thermal Palace Hotel

In close proximity to Istanbul and Bursa in terms of its geographical location, Yalova is drawing attention from Middle Eastern tourists due to this feature and its natural structure. Coming to the region in large numbers, tourists have only been able to find accommodation in guest houses and detached houses due to the limited bed capacity. The lack of a facility appealing to tourists who are looking for luxury, brings the 2200 bed capacity Yalova Thermal Palace Hotel project, being built with Seljuk architecture, out in front by a long way. Numerous investors from the Middle East have chosen to participate in the project by purchasing apartments from the first stage.

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