QUALITY IS NOT COINCIDENCE
Built on top of a canyon overlooking the Bay of Kumlubük, there are panoramic sea views from virtually every perspective. The 43 units blend naturally with their surroundings and are spread-out in village-style across the mountain.
The Dionysos Hotel has a private beach club, a spa and an organic farm. The stunning location will take your breath away…
The hotel produces an award-winning, extra virgin olive oil. There are organised olive oil tastings where you can learn a fine appreciation of the green stuff. You are welcome to wander through the orchards and pick fruit from the trees or enjoy longer walks along the forest tracks leading from the hotel.
At the heart of the Dionysos is the beautiful infinity pool which seems to extend into the sea and beyond the horizon. Pamper yourself at the spa or simply relax in the hammocks and enjoy the view. Spend a day at sea on the Gentleman’s Boat, idly exploring the local coastline, meandering from bay to bay, stopping to swim and relax. The active may prefer a work-out on the Dionysos tennis court or in the gym. Alternatively, run or take a mountain bike to explore the surrounding mountain paths.
By nightfall, the softly lit bar area provides an intimate, relaxed ambience with wine tastings held weekly. The restaurant serves modern and traditional Turkish cuisine.
The Beach Club provides an exclusive beach club service throughout the day and by night the Beach Club turns into a select, intimate and romantic sea-front restaurant.
There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the property, a 3-hole practice putting green and driving net, billiards, fishing, canoeing and tennis are available on-site or in the surrounding area.
Dionysos Hotel Kumlubuk Marmaris Basic Info
Opening Date : 2 May
Closing Date : 16 October
Number of Rooms : 42
Person in Charge : Kerry-Ann Kaya
Phone 1 : +90 252 476 79 57
Phone 2 : +90 252 476 79 58
Adress : Alic Mevkii, 48740 Kumlubuk, Marmaris - Turkey
Distance to sea : 2,6 km
Distance to airport : 122km
Direction It is 122kms from Dalaman airport to Dionysos. Proceed from the airport following signs to Muğla. After 67kms turn left at the road junction signed Marmaris. ** As you enter Marmaris there is a petrol station on your left, proceed to a roundabout with traffic lights, go straight over and continue to second set of traffic lights, go straight over again proceed to third set of traffic lights with a roundabout with a large Pearl statue, turn right following signs to Datça / Amos. Proceed through four sets of traffic lights. When you see the petrol station (red sign) on your right, turn left. Drive straight on until you come to a small roundabout with no traffic lights, turn left. After 250m you will reach a large roundabout with traffic lights, turn right and follow this road to Içmeler. In Içmeler you will pass the Laguna Hotel and the Marti Resort Hotel. Shortly afterwards there is a turning to the right signed Turunç, take this road and proceed for approximately 1km where there will be a turn off to the left signed Turunç. Turn left over the bridge and follow the sign to Turunç going up the mountain and continue for approximately 13kms. This road becomes very twisty and steep. In Turunç, passing the Serena Suites on the left, continue for approximately 300 metres before you reach the Hotel Kavala, there is a small roundabout, continue straight on and take the left hand fork following the sign for Amos and Kumlubük. The road will take you past the Amos University houses on your left hand side (approx 3km) and shortly afterwards you will arrive in the Bay of Kumlubük. Less than 1km on, you will see a sign for Dionysos where the road turns right up the mountain. Take this road and climb for approx 1,2km. N.B. When driving back to the airport, please note that signposts are not always marked with aeroplane symbols. The word to look out for is 'HAVAALANI' which means 'Airport'. Directions from Bodrum airport to Kumlubük: Follow the signs from the airport towards Milas, then Yatağan and then Muğla and from there to Marmaris. Directions from Marmaris as indicated ** above.