Swissotel Resort Bodrum Beach

Bodrum Resort
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Total Meeting Space160 sq. m
Guest Rooms66
Gazi Mustafa Kemal Bulvarı No:42
Turgutreis Mahallesi
Bodrum 48400




The winner of 2016 World Luxury Hotel Awards


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • View (Urban)


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Taxi

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space160 sq. m
Meeting Rooms1

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms66



Local Attractions

Daily Boat Tours

The turquoise seas of the Bodrum coastline offers you a relaxing day at sea exploring. You will visit several of the most beautiful bays in the area where you can swim and snorkel in crystal-clear water or simply relax in the mild breeze, enjoy the stunning views and perfect your suntan to the sound of the gently lapping waves.

Rabbit Island

Historical Landmark
7 km away
If you want to feel history under your feet you should visit the Rabbit island, which separates the two beaches of Gumusluk, Bodrum. Rabbit Island is accessible by a partially antique sunken causeway, which was built during the hellenistic period.  Once upon a time the Rabbit island was a place which was visited by the King of Halicarnassos Mousolos and his beloved Artemisya. He had the causeway built in order to have access to the Rabbit Island to feed the rabbits living on this small island and watch the famous and unique sunset with his beloved Lady.  It is possible to walk to the island through the water since it is only knee-deep. You can climb up to the top of the island, take photos of the beautiful surroundings, sunbathe or dive into the clear blue waters of Gumusluk from the rock formations and swim above the ruins near the island.
Mugla, TR

Cos Island

45 minutes away
Turgutreis is the closest point to reach to Cos Island by ferries. A day trip to this birthplace of Hippocrates will add color to your holidays and with the Hydrofoil you are there in about 25 minutes, with the ferry in about 45 minutes. Many traces of its ancient past are here, like the tree of Hippocrates (center of town) and the Asklepeion of Hippocrates (bit out of town). You can do your shopping before the Greeks have their Siesta (most of the facilities are closed then). There are also daily ferries to, Kalimnos & Leros from Turgutreis.
Cos Island, GR


7 km away
Reached by a winding road from Gürece, Gümüşlük is very popular for its secluded setting. Ever since being designated as an archaelogical site, no major buildings have been allowed to alter the landscape, making it a very pleasant place to stay with its unspoilt scenery, long sand and gravel beach and a handful of excellent fish restaurants perched right on the sea-front. The site of the ancient Myndos, Gümüşlük is scattered with remnants of its historical past: as you look out towards the harbour you will spot the fortification wall, an ancient tower and submerged walls. Also, if you walk towards the south end of the beach, you will also be able to swim very close to some of the ruins, making it the perfect spot for snorkeling. Gümüşlük is accessible by public transportation from Bodrum or from Turgutreis.
Mugla, TR


22 km away
Stylish little Tϋrkbϋkϋ is often called the Turkish St Tropez. The seafront is packed with trendy bars, upscale restaurants and designer boutiques, while luxury yachts dazzle in the harbour. The place is well-established with Turkey’s jet set . Tϋrkbϋkϋ’s waterfront is the centre of the nightlife scene. At sunset, loungers are replaced with elegantly set tables, and smart waiters do the rounds with dry martinis.
Mugla, TR

Turgutreis & Marina

1 km away
Turgutreis is the second largest town on the peninsula and is perhaps best known for two features - it's colourful sunsets and the copious shopping opportunities, especially at the weekly market held each Saturday. A sophisticated new marina adorns the waterfront at Turgutreis, complete with exclusive cafes, bar & restaurants, open air cinema, supermarkets and branded boutiques. Its beach is very popular with families because the sea is shallow for quite a way out, making it safer for young children. For a more peaceful alternative to the main beach, there is also a long and sandy beach near the lighthouse on the way towards Akyarlar. There is also good access to Bodrum from Turgutreis, with a regular public transportation that stops at the main square in Turgutreis. Marina in Turgutreis is called "D-Marin" and is located just at the harbour. International Marina Port guesting Yachst and Motorboats from all over the world. Also, International Classical Music festival has been organized every year since 2005 at the D-Marin in Turgutreis .
Mugla, TR

Yalikavak & Marina

14 km away
Formerly beeing the area’s main fishing port, the beautiful village of Yalikavak maintains a very relaxing atmosphere for charming seaside eating. Yalikavak is positioned in the north-western corner of the Bodrum peninsula, 18 km from Bodrum city means it is one of the least developed spots in the area with a lot less hotels and self-catering apartments, making it a very enjoyable stay away from the crowds. Palmarina Bodrum, with the only high capacity of Mega & Giga Yacht mooring of Turkey, together with the entertainment world it offers, bar & restaurants, branded stores and amazing nigt life.
Istanbul, TR

Historical Windmills

Historical Landmark
Facing northwest, to catch the coastal winds, these windmills made of stone and lined with wooden planks, and were used from the 18th century until the 70s as a means to grind flour for the local people. Although a common sight the windmills are now derelict but still rest among the olive trees on the surrounding hills. Seven of these windmills (only two are in rather good condition) are on a hill which separates Bodrum and Gumbet, which is a fantastic location for great panorama views, especially if you go at night. On one side of the view you have a stunning view of Bodrum, and on the other side a glorious view of Gumbet.

Distance from Airport

  • 57 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking


Swissotel Resort, Bodrum Beach lies directly on the waterfront in Turgutreis, approximately 18 km from the centre of Bodrum, a very popular destination as it offers ideal conditions for water sports, culture and Aegean relaxation. The main two-storey hotel of Swissotel Resort, Bodrum Beach comprises 66 rooms and suites, with minimum 40 m² per room. This is complimented by 72 serviced residences at 85-348 m².

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