Set high up on a pine clad hillside on the Datça Peninsula, looking out at the moment the Mediterranean Sea meets the Aegean, D Maris Bay is a sight to be savoured for a lifetime.
D Maris Bay sits high on the hillside of the magnificent reserve of the Datça Peninsula, where the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas meet. Surrounded by small islands, luscious pine forests, volcanic mountain ranges and crystal-clear waters, the hotel also has five private sandy beaches. It features 159 rooms. Dining options are comprised of six restaurants. Also There are 9 bars and 2 lounges sprinkled around the resort.Discover
With panoramic views of the hot air balloons that drift across the sky each morning at sunrise, this 2000-year-old network of ancient ruins, caves and underground tunnels are home to the world’s most wonderful heritage-style retreat. Guest rooms and suites are carved from caves, revealing age-old natural stone, spread throughout the hotel’s seven revived mansions. 51 rooms and suites are distinctively styled, and each offers a different ambiance. Seki restaurant offers fine dining drawn from fresh and local products from the hotel’s organic vegetable garden.Discover
It’s the dream destination in the Eternal City: a hotel in the heart of the Parioli neighborhood filled with Old World elegance and the masterful touch of a maestro of contemporary architecture.Discover
Close to Dubrovnik’s delightful old town but sheltered from the crowds, the hotel has 46 rooms, 7 suites and 2 villas offering scenic views of the sea and picturesque landscape. It boasts three seafood restaurants, a bar with romantic vistas and a spa specializing in local treatments and international beauty concepts.Discover