The five-star Green Nature Diamond Resort is a beachfront hotel in Marmaris, Turkey, which impresses guests with its striking modern look and feel. The hotel is located just a 10-minute walk from Aqua Dream Water Park, and only three kilometres from Marmaris Castle and Museum. Guests staying here can dine in any of the four different restaurants, and there are also seven bars with unique atmosphere and locations from which to grab a drink.
The outdoor pool is the perfect place to relax, alternatively the hotel has direct beach access where a number of water sports and activities can be organised. The Green Nature Diamond Hotel also boasts a wellness area, with a spa, indoor pool and fitness centre for guests who want to take care of themselves while on holiday. A kid’s club is also on hand to keep younger guests entertained, with regular live entertainment programs also being organised for adults. Room service is another service the hotel prides on offering, and rooms themselves are polished, modern and fitted with a range of contemporary furnishings.
Splendidly set along the Turkish Riviera, with a gorgeous natural backdrop of pine-forested mountains, the city of Marmaris is a popular Turkish resort on the Turquoise Coast, with heaps to offer. A lengthy seafront promenade extends alongside the bustling, pebble beach where plenty of sun-loungers and seafront bars and restaurants abound. Those looking for exciting nightlife need look no further than Bar Street, where open-air clubs and music venues provide entertainment throughout the night.
Marmaris is a popular spot for diving and sailing – boat trips to nearby coves, bays and islands depart from here daily; hop on a trip to Sedir Island, or otherwise known as Cleopatra’s Isle, nicknamed so by those who say Cleopatra and Mark Anthony swum there. Tourists in search of a little culture and a slower pace of life are also well catered for in Marmaris. Start your exploration of Ottoman history and architecture at Marmaris Castle – a 16th century fortification, forged of stone for Suleiman the Magnificent. Now a museum of archaeological history and artefacts, it also offers splendid views over the marina and city. Wind back down to town through the narrow, cobbled lanes of the old town and admire the traditional architecture of old Turkish houses and buildings, before stopping off for a cool drink in a local café or bar.