In palm-filled gardens by a wide sandy beach, the Barut Arum has the perfect setting for a relaxing break. This hotel is a grand, 5-star affair that sits in grounds set back from a ... Continue reading
In palm-filled gardens by a wide sandy beach, the Barut Arum has the perfect setting for a relaxing break.
This hotel is a grand, 5-star affair that sits in grounds set back from a sandy beach. It’s really close to Side, too – the town’s shops, bars and restaurants are just a 10-minute walk away.
Bedrooms here are spacious and modern. They’re painted in calm neutrals, and come with laminate floors and sleek, contemporary furniture. Elsewhere, you’ve got a pair of pools, 5 restaurants and a chic spa.
There are 2 big outdoor swimming pools, plus an indoor one in the winter months. As well as the usual sun terraces and loungers, there's also a waterslide and a sand-side beach bar.
- As well as sporty options like tennis and archery
- There are low-key activities like darts
- Table tennis and minigolf to try out
- An al fresco amphitheatre hosts shows and live music, as well as Turkish themed nights
- And if you fancy a late one
- The Gazania disco stays open ‘til 2am
- Pampering is taken care of at the spa
- Which features a Turkish bath and sauna, as well as a long list of massages
- 5 Star
Food and Drink
The main restaurant is in a huge, atrium-style space with teak-and-cream columns and a sweeping staircase. It’s a buffet set-up, with favourites like pizza and pasta on the menu, as well as local dishes.
Choose from Bonsai snack bar* for light bites or a trio of a la carte eateries* including an International speciality venue.
- A la carte restaurants
- Buffet restaurant
- 5 bars
Bedrooms here are stylish and contemporary, with extras like satellite TV, fluffy bathrobes and a balcony or terrace. Twin rooms can sleep 3 and are in the main building, while 1-bedroom family rooms sleeping 4 offer up a bit more space. Junior suites, meanwhile, offer a bit of luxury. They are on the top floor of the hotel and sleep 2.
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Situated on a peninsula and flanked by two stretches of golden beach, the pretty holiday resort town of Side is a jumble of old and new, with an extensive range of tourist accommodation, shops, late-night bars and restaurants mixed in among the ruins of the ancient city. In the centre of town is the magnificent 2nd-century theatre with beautiful views towards the sea, and the remains of the Roman Baths houses an impressive collection of artefacts.
Side is full of antique ruins, but the Aspendos theatre and Apollon Temple are the most popular. The harbour is full of interesting boat tours and activities, including trips around Side or to neighbouring towns. The turtles can be visited on a daily tour, and the white sand beaches provide activities like scuba diving, parasailing, horse riding, and swimming. Nearby Manavgat has some beautiful natural sights, including a beautiful waterfall.
Side has a variety of restaurants, ranging from Western style food to local delicacies like dolmades and kebabs. Anatolia Cafe is a popular place for English breakfasts and roasts.
Most of Side's nightlife is concentrated along the beachfront. There are a few lively bars and clubs, but they don't stay open very late.
The shopkeepers in Side have a reputation for pestering tourists, especially in the city centre. Many shops will not display prices, so be prepared to ask and haggle. Busy streets that lead down to the sea are lined with souvenir shops selling typical Turkish handicrafts like carpets, jewellery and leather goods. You can take a bus to the Manavgat market on Thursdays, which has the usual souvenir options like t-shirts and leather goods. The main markets are fun and have a lively atmosphere, but the best deals can usually be found in quieter areas.
Side can be very crowded on weekends, when many local tourists visit.
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Does the hotel have tea making facilities in the rooms 1 Answer
Hello, Yes all rooms have tea/coffee making facilities. Thanks
Added 1 year, 1 month ago.
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