The Jumeirah group, owned by Dubai's emir Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has doubled its tourism investments in Turkey. The group, which previously agreed with Turkey's Demsa Group to operate Pera Palace Hotel in Istanbul, has taken over Golden Savoy Hotel in Bodrum, Muğla, in the country's Aegean region. The hotel, which has been renamed Jumeirah Bodrum Palace, is located on a 110,000-square-meter area and has 109 suite rooms designed with inspiration from palace architecture. The main hotel building, which stands out with its gold-leafed dome, offers service with 52 grand and premium suite rooms and 57 deluxe villas. The overnight rental fee for a villa, which can accommodate up to 12 people, is TL 196,000 ($78,120). It offers high-end service in every sense, including cosmetic products and has six bathrooms, three swimming pools and even a butler on 24-hour call. The Jumeirah Group also has hotels in China, Germany, Italy, Kuwait, Azerbaijan, the U.K., the Maldives and Spain. The company is set to run hotels - which are under construction - in Qatar, Thailand, Jordan, Indonesia, India and Egypt.