FAROS BODRUM HOTEL…
The rich history and a host of boutique hotels, including the Faros Bodrum Hotel are increasingly drawing intrepid jet setters to its storied shores. Faros Bodrum Hotel is located in Gölköy on the Turkish Aegean coast. With its own pier and beach, the hotel provides a comfortable environment where you can enjoy a year-round holiday.
All rooms have balconies and the hotel provides breathtaking views of Göltürkbükü Bay.
Ride to the beachfront on the beach shuttle at Faros Bodrum. Hit the beach, dine onsite or enjoy a drink at one of the hotel’s two beach bars. Sit back and relax on the beach with complimentary cabanas, umbrellas, and sun loungers.
All 36 rooms provide conveniences like sitting areas and electric kettles, plus free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Minibars, room service, and free bottled water are among the other amenities available to guests. Faros Bodrum offers 36 air-conditioned accommodations with minibars and safes. Accommodations offer separate sitting areas. LCD televisions come with satellite channels. Bathrooms include slippers, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers.
This Mediterranean hotel also offers a garden and a terrace. A total renovation of this property was completed in April 2019.
The Neighborhood – Göltürkbükü
The road weaves along Turkey’s south-western coast with views of the endless blue of the Aegean Sea.
Local fishermen pull up on the beaches and white stucco homes are just visible, highlighted with streams of floating purple bougainvillaea.
This small fishing town of Bodrum and Göltürkbükü was a hidden gem until early 1980’s, not only for foreign visitors but also to the citizens of Turkey.
Göltürkbükü is Northwest of Bodrum Peninsula and is now popular with the jet set; its beachside cafes and bars come to life after sunset.
Göltürkbükü has only a population of 3000 in winter, and Bodrum Peninsula a population of 150,000 which soars to about a million in the summer.
Every year, in early June, superyachts are moored in the harbour.
Bodrum has been dubbed the St Tropez of Turkey, but its history is much more complex than St Tropez. Bodrum is the birthplace of Herodotus, the father of history, in the fifth century BC.
You can visit local food markets run by villagers from the surrounding area every Monday at Göltürkbükü; you can take a boat tour to virgin bays and you can swim among hundreds of different fish species; you can eat the freshest and most delicious sea food in Göltürkbükü restaurants.
After sunset nightlife starts in Türkbükü cafes by the sea.
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