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Exclusive monthly rental available on a luxury apartment residence with stunning sea views in Golturkbuku.
Hotel residence facilities are available to discerning clients. Rental Prices 35,000 Euros Per Month
Set aside for the sole use of residents, these beautiful beaches and private bays offer an opportunity to soak up the sun or take a cooling dip in the crystal clear waters of the two kilometer private shoreline. Lawn and deck sunbathing areas and a separate Childrens Club area are among the amenities at the two exclusive clubhouses .
Providing the most prestigious vacation experience in the area, the hotel facilities available to residents and guests have received awards from leading global media channels for their legendary services, idyllic location and exquisite facilities including beaches, sea-view swimming pools, restaurants, clubs, bars, Spa Centre, basketball and tennis courts and luxury shops.
Residents and guests benefit from a host of activities thoughtfully developed for their pleasure, from savouring globally inspired dishes at the region’s top restaurants and cafes, or revitalizing body and soul at the world class spa.
24-hour concierge and security,
The Residence is located on an exclusive project constructed in Bodrum Göltükbükü district, with a total of 116 residence apartments and 98 villas, within a 600 thousand square meters of building area.
Further information is available upon request.
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Türkbükü (or Göltürkbükü) is a small bay about an hour’s drive away from Bodrum’s city centre, which is favoured by elite travelers both from Istanbul and abroad. Here you’ll find some of Bodrum’s best hotels, restaurants, and beach clubs that cater to a sophisticated crowd with high budget tastes.
Nestled perfectly into the bay’s lush Bougainvillea bushes with beautiful views over the whole bay, Maçakızı is certainly one of Türkbükü’s most luxurious hotels. Modern yet simple, every detail from the jet set inhabited private beach, to the fine dining restaurant, to the minimally decorated breezy rooms are in harmony with Türkbükü’s burgeoning summertime essence.
One of the first openings in Türkbükü, Divan Hotel continues to attract the well-to-do travellers with its modern design and its famed restaurant and patisserie. Set under the shade of palm trees, the hotel’s private beach, terraced rooms, outdoor pool, spa, and tennis courts, offer an all inclusive experience focused on luxury and comfort.
If you’re staying at Divan or Maçakızı, their restaurants are excellent choices for both breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, for a change Türkbükü’s other restaurants are also worth a try. Make a reservation at Miam to sit right by the sea and enjoy excellent seafood and meze by candlelight with a cold bottle of Turkish white wine. Right next door, Garo’s is also an excellent choice for fresh fish and meze, with a view of the moon shining over the sea. If it’s late in the evening and you feel like a hefty Turkish snack, then drop by Hoca’nın Yeri for the famous mantı or çiğ börek that is made to perfection.
During the day all of Türkbükü’s restaurants and bars turn into beach clubs, with sunbeds on the small piers over the water and all day eating and drinking services. Of course some beach clubs are better than others, especially if you really want to mingle with the best of the bay’s sophisticated crowd. Even if you’re not a guest at Maçakızı, you can make use of the gorgeous private beach for a fee, including the excellent lunch buffet and a cocktail when the sun sets. Another great option is the No.81 Hotel, which also has a beautiful beach during the day, set under the shade of large white umbrellas overlooking the turquoise hue of the sea.
Located around the small bridge area next to Divan Hotel is a large open bazaar selling colourful souvenirs, jewellery, and textiles. One of the most popular being İpekçe, which specialises in clothing, jewellery, and home accessories with an ethnic aesthetic. Their kaftans are famous amongst the high end Istanbul crowd.