Perched on a pine-clad hillside within the protected Datça Peninsula, D Maris Bay commands breathtaking views over an azure bay and five stunning white sanded beaches.
Rooms and suites all feature balconies and the latest entertainment technology; suites also bestow access to Maris beach.
Five dining options include contemporary Japanese cuisine at Zuma’s award-winning restaurant, a Mediterranean culinary experience at La Guerite and authentic Anatolian cuisine at Ruya. Sample exceptional dry-aged steaks in the internationally recognised Nusr-Et restaurant or try Greek delicacies by the water's edge at Manos.
Charter one of the hotel’s private yachts, relax on the beach or linger by one of three swimming pools. For the more active, a plethora of watersports are on offer from water-skiing to sailing and diving, whilst tennis enthusiasts can make the most of the Tennis School. Mytha Spa features an opulent hammam, steam room, ice fountains and fitness by Bodyism; Teenagers can enjoy a range of supervised activities in their own club.
Prices include flights, 7 nights accommodation with breakfast and private transfers. Children over 5 years of age are welcome in Family Rooms and the Villa.Make an Enquiry
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. For southern Turkey low season is generally between the months of mid September to May, high season runs from mid June to mid September. In Istanbul low season is generally between November to March, high season runs from April to October. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
D Maris Bay was the winner of the Best Sunshine Boost category at the prestigious Condé Nast Traveller Spa Awards 2015.
Turkey is a vast country that incorporates both a Mediterranean and continental climate, the temperatures in the north being cooler than the south. For sightseeing and visits to Istanbul, spring and autumn are recommended to avoid the peak summer temperatures. November to February can be cool with increased rainfall. Southern Turkey has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters, July and August being the hottest months. Spring and autumn are good times to visit as it is still warm and less crowded.
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