Combining the exotic elements of the East and modernity of the West through minimalistic style, the most exciting new hotel opening in Europe, D-Hotel Maris in Turkey opened its doors in April 2012.
Located in the stunning reservation area of the Datca Peninsula and situated high up on the hillside, D-Hotel Maris resort offers the most spectacular and breath-taking views of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, small islands, natural private beaches, luscious pine forests and volcanic mountain ranges.
With a luxury seaplane, private helicopter or chauffeur transfers, there are a variety of options to arrive at the resort. By car, D-Hotel Maris is 30 minutes from the city of Marmaris and just over an hour and a half from Dalaman airport. In addition, the resort has a 100ft super yacht, Sunseeker Portifiono 48 and Azimut 55 available to guests for private charter to sail around the Greek Islands and Aegean and Mediterranean seas.
The luxury Turkish resort has 200 luxurious and elegantly appointed rooms, all with exceptional mountain or sea views and most Deluxe rooms featuring a bathtub on the balcony. The Duplex Presidential suite resides on two floors with bedroom, dining, living and meeting rooms and a sauna and Jacuzzi on the roof terrace and the exclusive Villa is situated next to the main building with two double bedrooms, dining and living areas, walk in wardrobe, kitchen, sauna, Hammam and 24hr butler service.
All of the suites include the Exclusive Package, where a private Executive Club Lounge with a breathtaking panorama has a dedicated vacation concierge service, serves food and beverages, TV and access to the private beach featuring Cabanas and personalised service. All of the rooms offer the exclusively created Italian perfumer Laura Tonatto amenities.
There are four gourmet restaurants and seven cocktail or wine bars to choose from at D-Hotel Maris and a luxurious ESPA spa. You will definitely be spoilt for choice at the luxury Turkish hotel.
The new resort design was done by Singaporean design studio SCDA Architects, together with Turkish architect firm MIDEK/MINGÜ .