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Our luxury resorts in Turkey

Explore our resorts in Turkey

Rest, relax, rejuvenate: Turkey and its wellness resorts are a wellbeing destination par excellence in a land where Eastern and Western traditions meet.





About Turkey

Where better to rest and rejuvenate mind and body than the land that exported so many of the wellness rituals we all love today? Turkey has long been legendary for its wellbeing traditions, and ALL’s spa resorts in the country very much live up to that reputation. Beyond the spas, however, there is so much to do in this land of contrasts, whether you choose to stay in the heart of the metropolis or tucked away on a blissful beach.

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Frequently asked questions

Thanks to its key geographical location, Turkey has excellent connections with the entire world, so you can be sure getting to your ALL luxury resort is a breeze. If you are arriving at Istanbul International Airport, for example, there are several ways to travel on to your hotel, including taxis, private transfers and car rentals. If you choose the latter, look out for parking in your ALL holiday resort. Alternatively, if you are staying in the Club Prive By Rixos Belek, for example, you can take the airport shuttle straight to your hotel. This is always a handy option for anyone travelling with a group of friends or family!

Once you are set up in your ALL luxury resort in Turkey, you will find so many things to do on your doorstep. At the Club Prive By Rixos Belek family-friendly resort, for instance, you will find a host of activities to keep guests of all ages occupied. Examples include jet-skiing, bowling and tennis, but look out for the children’s clubs if you are travelling with little ones. If you are staying in Istanbul, you will be able to spend days at a time exploring the labyrinthine little streets and historic attractions this cosmopolitan city offers (but be sure to make time for a dip in the hotel pool too).

Like its wellness traditions, Turkey’s food culture has successfully made its mark around the globe. This is a country with a distinct taste for indulgence, so expect to find all kinds of exciting restaurants in your ALL holiday resort. The Rixos Sungate, for example, has no fewer than 14 restaurants and 12 bars, so even the choosiest diner is sure to find multiple options they love. Cuisines served in this luxury resort include Mexican, Japanese and Thai, but we also strongly recommend trying the French pastries in the Patisserie Café. The five-star Raffles Istanbul is similarly well-appointed and is home to a couple of bars much loved by locals and travellers alike.

When it comes to relaxation, ALL’s wellness resorts have absorbed all Turkey’s traditions – but given them a distinctive contemporary twist of their own. At the five-star Swissôtel The Bosphorus – Istanbul, you will find the vast Purovel Spa & Sport, which has been named the “world’s leading spa” for its holistic treatments, Cinq Mondes cosmetic products and massages, scrubs and wraps. Equally luxurious are the fitness centre and spa at the Swissôtel Resort Bodrum Beach. They have been inspired by Alpine traditions and refresh and rejuvenate guests in a beautiful beach resort looking out over the blue Aegean Sea.

Thanks to its size and geographical location, it is almost always a good time to visit some corner of Turkey. June to August is often the time to head to the country’s beautiful coastline and beach resorts, as temperatures start to rocket in the cities but sea breezes keep other parts of the country cool. Alternatively, April to May and September to October are particularly pleasant times to visit, as temperatures cool a little but it is still warm enough to swim in the sea. In November to March, the climate becomes a little less predictable, but there are still plenty of cultural attractions to keep visitors busy.

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