Kempinski Hotel The Dome, Antalya appoints general manager

New GM has worked across the Middle East over the last 20 years and is the second time he has worked for the group

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Ahmet Antepli has been appointed as general manager at the Kempinski Hotel The Dome, one of two five-star hotels at the PGA National Turkey Antalya Golf Club.

Antepli, who is experienced in the hotel industry’s luxury hotel sector, has worked in several different positions across Turkey and the Middle East over the last 20 years, a statement revealed.  

Working for the  Kempinski brand for the second time,  Antepli said: “I’m thrilled to be joining the team of not just one of the leading hotels in Turkey, but also one of the top golf resorts in Europe.”

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Located 25 minutes from the Turkish city of Antalya, the Kempinski Hotel The Dome has 158 rooms and suites in the main building, and 18 villas situated directly within the PGA National Turkey’s two 18-hole golf courses – the Pasha and PGA Sultan.

The hotel also has sports, leisure and business facilities such as meeting room and banquet facilities, and a private beach and pier. There is also a 3,600sqm spa, seven bars and restaurants.

“The hotel is recognised for its ability to consistently deliver high levels of service, and to have been given this chance to play a leading role in enhancing its position in new and existing markets is a challenge that I’m looking forward to immensely,” Antepli added.

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