Turkey’s Newest Luxury Hotel “Floats” Over 2,300-Year-Old Ruins

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For many hoteliers, the discovery of archaeological ruins on a site destined to become a luxury hotel would be a major setback, potentially derailing the entire project. But when faced with that precise dilemma in Antakya, Turkey—the former Roman city of Antioch—in 2009, the Asfuroğlu family decided to embrace the challenges, eventually opening the Museum Hotel Antakya, a luxury property built atop a 2,300-year-old archaeological site, this year.  Read the full story in ArchitecturalDigest.Com

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