From the 24 rooms in the Revolving Loft to the 208 light, spacious and cuttingly-modern standard rooms everything about The Marmara Antalya is designed to maximise its strongest asset; incomparable views of ancient but thriving Antalya, Turkey.
These natural assets are taken and built upon with the familiar Marmara values of service, quality and above all a desire to ensure the guest feels good. Key to these aims are the unique blend of culture and relaxation with sport and health amongst the hotel's facilities, all accompanied by a healthy dose of fun.
The Tuti floor provides the perfect location to relax, surrounded by glass on three sides and scattered with Turkish pillows this light area space is perfect for those who wish to read a book from the extensive library, grab a bit to eat or simply check emails. The floor also houses an art gallery showcasing an ever changing array of exhibitions from a wide variety of artists.
Access the hotel's secluded private beach by a 70-meter tunnel studded with stalactites and stalagmites. The beach is hidden amongst the cliffs totally out of sight of the bustling city and offering stunning views of the Bey Mountains. Those who don't fancy sand in their shoes can cool off in the hotel pool or relax in the Jacuzzi.
Relax in the traditional Turkish Hamam complete with steam room, sauna and shock showers for the brave.
Families visiting this unique hotel can now enjoy a 30% discount on all children under 16.
Conceived in 2005 by French architect Christian Allart, the Revolving Loft operates on the principals of buoyancy and varies in revolving rhythms of between 2 and 22 hours. Sitting atop the cliffs on 28 specially landscaped acres, The Marmara Antalya not only features 24 uniquely designed rooms; it also offers 208 standard rooms.
Stacey Wittig, "Vagabonding Lulu" is a freelance Arizona travel writer who offers free travel tips. Enjoy this article? Then simply "subscribe" in the upper right to get the next travel tip delivered to your email box.