Hilton Bodrum Turkbuku Resort & Spa

Mugla Resort
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Total meeting space3,252 sq. m
Guest rooms486
Sapli Koyu Golturkbuku Bodrum
Mugla 48452

Hilton Bodrum Turkbuku Resort & Spa

Mugla Resort
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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Tennis courts

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space3,252 sq. m
Meeting rooms15
Largest room1,273 sq. m
Second largest room465 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms486
Double (Two beds)200
Tax rate8%


Local Attractions


22 km away
Each day of the week there are local markets in Bodrum town and the villages around, where colorful wares and delicious fragrances make shopping a delight. At any time of the year markets are one of the greatest pleasures and attractions for locals as for tourists, with their bright colours and delicious mingled scents. Either in Bodrum itself or in one or other of the surrounding villages on the Bodrum peninsula is a market day every day of the week. Bodrum's Tuesday textile market is famous, with local fabrics from all over the region on sale. The riot of colours and patterns appealing to all tastes gives the marketplace a fairground atmosphere. As well as fabrics, there are kilims, carpets, kitchen ware, and clothing of all description. Part of the fun is listening to the witty exchanges between neighbouring stall holders, as they compete for the attention of customers. Then once the goods are selected buyers and sellers set about bargaining. Tangerines, oranges and lemons from the nearby orchards which cover most of tbe peninsula form glowing heaps of every tone of yellow and orange. Then there are the wild herbs so popular in local Aegean cuisine, such as mustard, nettles, and the ligonium. Following rain edible fungi appear in abundance, and since they are rich in protein are eaten instead of meat. Most popular of the local varieties is the çintar mushroom, whose shapeless appearance belies its fine flavour. Grilled or fried in local olive oil it is a wonderful delicacy. Warning: If you ask for the market and you say "Market", Turkish people will show you the way to supermarkets like Migros and Gima or little shops selling consumer goods. The word »Bazaar« similar to the Turkish word »Pazar« is a better choice when wanting to go to the open air markets in Bodrum as well as elsewhere on the Peninsula. MARKET DAY'S IN AND AROUND BODRUM Mondays Güvercinlik Tuesdays Bodrum (fabrics and clothing) Wednesdays Gümüslük and Ortakent Thursdays Bodrum (food) and Yalikavak Fridays Bodrum (food) and Bitez Saturdays Turgutreis (food and clothing) Sundays Mumcular and Gumbet


Historical landmark
350 km away
HIERAPOLIS (PAMUKKALE) It's about 20 km north of Denizli. It is called a Holy City in Archeological literature, because there were many temples and religious buildings in Hierapolis. The ancient city is situated between several historical areas. According to the ancient geographers, Strabon and Ptolemaios, Hierapolis was very close to Laodicea and Tripolis which was in Kario's Border. That's why it was a Phrygian City. There is no information about Hierapolis' history before the Hellenistic Era, but we know there was a city there before then. It's called Hierapolis because of its Mother goddess Cult. Information about Hierapolis is limited. It is known that the king of Pergamum, Eumenes II, founded the city in 190 BC. It was named Hierapolis after the Amazon's Queen Hiera, the wife of Telephos, the founder of Pergamum. (Pergamum is also called Pergamon or Pergamos). Hierapolis was completely destroyed by the earthquake in 60 A.D. during the time of Roman Emperor Nero. During the reconstruction after the earthquake, the city lost its Hellenistic Style and became a typical Roman City. Right after the Roman period started, Hierapolis became an important center because of its commercial and religious position. In 80 A.D. St. Philip came to Hierapolis and was murdered by the Jewish inhabitants. Hierapolis was conquered by the Turks at the end of the 12th century A.D. The thermal springs at Pamukkale which give rise to these geological phenomena cover a wide area. In this area, there are several hot water springs which have a temperature between 35 and 100 degrees. The thermal springs of Pamukkale form an integral part of the regions potential for tourism and have been popular since ancient times. The water, having emerged from the spring, is transported 320 m to the head of the travertines and deposits itself on a section 60 to 70 meters long covering an expanse of 240 to 300 meters square.

Bazaar of Milas

50 km away
a large street market is set up every Tuesday in Milas near Bodrum. Most of the sellers here are villagers from the surrounding area, and it is a good opportunity to buy traditional handicrafts directly from the people who make them.


Historical landmark
220 km away
Just like the Ephesus, Miletus had been founded as a port, but since its harbour silted up with alluvium carried by the Meander River, it is away from the sea today. The well-designed grid-plan of the city is famous. The tourist attractions of Miletus include the theatre with a seating capacity of 15,000, dating from the Roman Period, that is being repaired, the Roman baths built in the 1st century AD, the Delphinion that was a sacred place, the North Agora, the Ionic stoa dating from the 2nd century AD, the Capito baths, the Gymnasium, the Bouleuterion built in the 2nd century AD, the South Agora that covers an area of 164x196 m, and the Faustina Bath built in the 2nd century AD. Although Miletus obtained autonomy in 38 BC thanks to Roman emperors and became the metropolis of Ionic cities, because of the gradual silting up of its harbour with alluvium and the turning of its territory into a swamp, the city began to lose its importance from the 3rd century AD on. The city was gradually abandoned due to the spread of fatal malaria cases caused by the swamps. The first period of excavations in Miletus was initiated in 1899 by Th. Wiegand and continued until 1938. Excavation and restoration works that were resumed after the World War II are continued today by experts from the German Archaeological Institute.

Marina Yacht Club

22 km away
With incomparable views of Bodrum Harbour and the historical Bodrum Castle, Marina Yacht Club has become one of the most popular venues in Bodrum. As one of the few enterprises that remains open 12 months of the year, the restaurants, bars and concept of high quality service, has earned Marina Yacht Club the status of one of ‘Bodrums Classics’. Located at the entrance to the Bodrum Marina, Marina Yacht Club remains a popular venue for and takes pleasure in hosting local & foreign guests as well as frequenters to Bodrum for over 10 years. Within the spacious area of 1,800 m² that the Marina Yacht Club was constructed over and covers today are three restaurants, offering unique and varied menus as well as four bars, each with their own unique ambience. Daily service begins with breakfast, followed by lunch service before continuing with an aperitif or maybe a cocktail – the ideal companion to the wonderful atmosphere at sunset. Evening service continues with a choice from our extensive wine menu, the perfect accompaniment to the equally eclectic choice of local and international dishes available.


Historical landmark
220 km away
The Didymaion is known as a centre of prophecy in the territory of Miletus, as a temple dedicated to the oracular god Apollo. This most impressive independent structure on the west coast of Anatolia was thought to be a temple standing alone, but recent excavations have proved that Didyma was not only the residence of an oracle, but also a densely populated place of settlement. The temple that is impressive with its gigantic size was gradually constructed in various periods, but could never be completed. The construction of the archaic temple was supposedly initiated in mid-6th century BC. The construction of the Hellenistic temple was started after the victory of Alexander the Great over Persians, but the ruins indicate that this Hellenistic temple also remained unfinished. The temple and the ancient city of Miletus were connected by a sacred way for religious ceremonies.

Halikarnas The Club

22 km away
THE LEGEND The legend of Halikarnas began in 1979. Turkey had never seen anything like it, and the club quickly became world-famous for its amazing location overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean coast as well as its jet-set guest list. Since then Halikarnas has become one of the icons of Bodrum. The club’s unique atmosphere, its columns and majestic staircases facing the blue waters of the Aegean and St. Peter’s Castle have impressed generations of clubbers. Our incredible dancers and Halikarnas’s special dance shows have all become trademarks of the club. Great music, quality service, timeless innovation and unique hospitality have meant that Halikarnas has always been considered one of the best night clubs in the world. The club has hosted some of the biggest names in showbiz including Sir Mick Jagger, Sting, Sir Michael Caine, Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino, Princess Margaret, Claudia Schiffer, Pamela Anderson, Kid Rock, Bette Midler and Dustin Hoffman. Halikarnas The Club marks its re-birth in 2012. The summer season opens with a brand new look for the club, reflecting the latest trends in design and entertainment. The newly designed VIP area, new lounges and restaurants have been created by a team behind many of the world’s biggest show and gigs, offering a cutting edge sound and visual system that is second-to-none. Halikarnas is always under the spotlight and now the legend lives on, as Halikarnas continues to raise the bar for night life and entertainment not only in Bodrum but in Turkey and the world. Halikarnas The Club - one of the best night clubs in the world since 1979.

Ancient Ephesus

Historical landmark
220 km away
The first foundation of the ancient city of Ephesus, currently in the Selçuk district of the İzmir province, dates back to about 6000 BC. Recent explorations and excavations have uncovered mounds (pre-historic settlements in hills) near Ephesus, and Bronze Age and Hittite settlements on the Ayasuluk Hill, where the castle was built. In the Hittite era, the name of the city was Apasas. In about 1050 BC, migrants from Greece began to live in this port, which moved to the vicinity of the Temple of Artemis in 560 BC. The city of Ephesus, of which ruins are visited today, was founded by one of Alexander the Great's generals, Lysimachus, in about 300 BC. Ephesus enjoyed its golden age in the Hellenistic and Roman periods, and as the capital of the province of Asia and a big port, its population was 200,000. However, in the Byzantine era, the city moved once again and came to the Ayasuluk Hill in Selçuk, where it was founded for the first time. Should See Magnesian Gate East Gymnasium and State Agora Baths Upper Agora (State Agora) and the Basilica Odeon Prytaneion Temple of Domitian Fountain of Pollio Monument of Memmius Gate of Heracles Street of Curetes Fountain of Trajan Terrace Houses Varius Baths Temple of Hadrian Public Toilet (Latrine) House of Love Stoa of Alytarkhus Octagon Heroon Marble Street Library of Celcus South Gate of Agora Tetragonos Agora Great Theater Harbor Street (Arcadiane) Theater Gymnasium Harbor Bath Church of Mary Palace Structure, Stadium Street, Stadium and Gymnasium Temple of Artemis Seven Sleepers

Distance from airport

  • 45 km from venue


The Hilton Bodrum Turkbuku Resort & Spa has a truly unique setting perched on a promontory in the forested region of Golturkbuku, on the northern tip of Bodrum Peninsula. The panoramic view of the Aegean's turquoise crystal clear water is breathtaking. Our location could not be more convenient, only 45 kilometers from Milas-Bodrum Airport and 22 kilometers from the thriving yachting center of Bodrum and its famous night life. The contemporary design of our luxurious hotel and villa complex blends in with the stunning natural beauty of the area. The subtle tones of our guest rooms, bright and cool communal areas, free-form swimming pools and palm fringed beach create an atmosphere of serenity for our guests. Our private luxury villas are strategically designed to provide privacy and uninterrupted views of the impossibly blue Aegean. The Hilton Hotels & Resorts tradition of friendly, efficient yet discreet service is in evidence with all the facilities we have to offer. Whether you are here for business or on vacation, our rooms, suites and villas are the ultimate in style and comfort with all you would expect from a 5-star luxury hotel.


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