The Le Meridien hotel in Cyprus will reopen in March 2018 under the new name Parklane, after an estimated €70m (US$83m, £62m) renovation as part of Marriott’s Luxury Collection.
The resort, in Limassol, is well known for its large thalassotherapy facilities, which span 3,000sq m, and include two outdoor and two indoor seawater pools.
The new Kalloni Spa will also include 12 treatment rooms and three suites, two of which will have Russian banyas.
Situated in 25 acres of landscaped gardens within 300m (984ft) of the beachfront, the resort will include 274 bedrooms designed by Harrods Interiors, all with views of either the Mediterranean Sea or the Troodos Mountains.
Other facilities will include a PADI diving centre, three tennis courts, and nearby horse-riding and golf courses.
The resort will also include a 3,000sq m (32,291sq ft) play area called ‘The Princess and the Pirate Kids’ Park’, featuring a themed castle, pirate ship with waterslides, children’s alfresco restaurant, mini football pitch and an e-games room.
“As the only internationally branded luxury resort in Cyprus, we wanted to create the perfect beachside retreat for affluent travellers," said Costas Tseriotis, managing director at the Parklane.
"There's something for everyone here – Parklane’s concept is unusual in that it allows families and those travelling without children to equally enjoy their perfect holiday.”