Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay is one of the best kept secrets on the Aegean coast of Turkey. The stunning hotel is nestled between the Turkish hillside and the beautiful blue of the Aegean and now offers guests the use of two luxurious day cruisers, a marvelous extra that will make a visit to this wonderful resort even more memorable.
Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay is home to 25 lavish suites and 148 luxurious rooms, each with its own balcony and spectacular views of the Aegean Sea. The hotel offers a world of leisure and unique experiences beyond guests imagination characterised by luxury, such as a jacuzzi terrace, helipad and helicopter upon pre-reservation, a private bay, a marina, and of course the new private day cruisers.
The private Vicem day cruisers are docked in the Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay marina, and allow guests to sample a world where excellence meets the ultimate luxury – their own private yacht. The two cruisers can be used at guests discretion either for a short trip to Bodrum, arriving in style to wonder through this magnificent Turkish coastal town, or for a romantic candle lit dinner in one of the hotel’s surrounding bays. The day cruisers can also be hired for the entire day, that way guests can explore the hidden beaches of this superb coastline.
Hiring the Day Cruiser costs from €350 and for up to 11 person. The private shuttle cruiser costs €55 and there is room for 8 passangers.
Nightly rates at Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay start from €360 per room based on double occupancy in a superior room including breakfast.
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The Kempinski name is proudly borne by a growing collection of distinguished properties around the world. Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, Kempinski has built its reputation on the belief that exclusivity and individuality are key elements of true luxury. Each year, an increasing number of guests come to appreciate these qualities, as Kempinski adds new hotels and resorts in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. While this growth reflects the strength and success of the Kempinski brand, the collection will remain a limited one, where exclusivity can be nurtured and individuality can flourish.