See our selecton of sample itineraries which feature Kempinski Barbaros Bay

Overlooking the Aegean Sea, this modern resort hotel is ideal for families and anybody looking for a wide range of facilities and activities.

Each of the hotel's rooms has its own balcony and beautiful views over the bay; and the suites have two bathrooms - perfect for families - and a Jacuzzi.

The hotel and its surroundings offer a wide variety of activities for all ages, including yachting from the private marina. There is also a private beach complete with watersports centre. Massages and beauty or health treatments are available at the extensive Six Senses spa.

You won't go hungry here; guests can choose from Italian, Asian or Turkish restaurants, as well as al fresco dining on the beach, poolside, terrace, or at the grill.

As well as being able to enjoy a wide range of sporting activities, younger guests are very well catered for at the Kempi Kids Club and the Turtle Club kids restaurant. Better still, they can now do yoga…yes, yoga. If everyday life is starting to take its toll, children from the age of six learn breathing techniques and simple poses through storytelling.

Why We Love It
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The Kempinski claims to have the largest swimming pool in Bodrum... we don't know, we haven't measured!

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Itineraries that feature Kempinski Barbaros Bay

Best for: Couples and Solo Travellers
Wonders of Turkey: Istanbul and Bodrum
Turkey's long history makes it a fascinating destination for culture vultures while its stunning scenery will appeal to nature lovers. This trip...
8 Days
From £4,135pp

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