Caresse, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa in Bodrum has 67 rooms, 9 suites and a Caresse King Villa. All rooms offer excellent amenities, such as modern technology and Marriott's Signature Luxury Collection Beds. Every guest at the Caresse Luxury Collection Resort & Spa can experience the captivating view of the Aegean Sea, since each room has its own private terrace or balcony. Luxury extends to a stylish blend of chic furnishings and tasteful bathrooms, that stand as the epitome of lavish comfort. Relax, unwind and allow your senses to fully embrace the unique tranquility of Bodrum. In addition to this luxurious experience, our discreet and attentive guest assistant is always on hand to grant your every wish.

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Program Details:

  • Hotel to be confirmed
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Room upgrade where available
  • Return transfers from airport
  • Welcome drinks and canapes 
  • 3 Nutritious meals daily 
  • 1 Sports Massage daily 
  • Customised meal plan 
  • Personal training session 
  • Sunrise yoga 
  • 1 Hour SUP lesson
  • Daily mentoring session with Dolvett Quince – 1 hour
  • Daily supply of herbal teas and bottled water
  • Use of pool facilities
  • 20% discount on all spa treatments 
  • Professional photo content
  • Evening events – opportunity to socialise and network

About This Destination

Bodrum is a city on the Bodrum Peninsula, stretching from Turkey's southwest coast into the Aegean Sea. The city features twin bays with views of Bodrum Castle. This medieval fortress was built partly with stones from the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, completed in the 4th century B.C. The city is also a gateway for nearby beach towns and resorts.

The Culture

The culture of Turkey combines a heavily diverse and heterogeneous set of elements that have been derived from the various cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean (West Asian) and Central Asian region and Eastern European, and Caucasian traditions. Many of these traditions were initially brought together by the Ottoman Empire, a multi-ethnic and multi-religious state.

During the early years of the republic, the government invested a large amount of resources into fine arts such as paintings, sculpture and architecture. This was done as both a process of modernization and of creating a cultural identity. Because of the different historical factors defining the Turkish identity the culture of Turkey combines clear efforts of modernization and Westernization undertaken in varying degrees since the 1800s with a simultaneous desire to maintain traditional religious and historical values.


The local currency in Bodrum Turkey is the Turkish Lira, but you can also spend Euros, British Pounds, and US Dollars at most all of the main tourist venues. When you pay in a foreign currency, you willl receive your change in local currency, so it's imperative that you become familiar with the exchange rates.


The common ethnic languages spoken in Turkey are Turkish, Kurmanji, Arabic and Zazaki. Other ethnic languages have very few speakers including Turkish dialects, Balkan, Laz, Armenian and Circassian languages. Turkish is the most widely spoken ethnic language with more than 70% of users.

Weather and Climate

Perhaps one of Bodrum’s biggest selling points is its year-round good weather which is why tourists continue to visit the pensulina regardless of the season. The Bodrum climate is wonderfully pleasant, neither too dry or too humid, though it is quite warm, particularly from late spring until mid-autumn. In summer, the dry heat rarely goes above 35°C, while the water is a balmy 25°C. The hottest months are July and August. In winter, although it gets chilly, it can be mild enough to dine outside, and all you will generally need is a sweater or lightweight raincoat. Showers are unlikely in the summer months, but the rainfall is quite high in winter. With sea temperatures ranging from 16 to 25 degrees between summer and winter, Bodrum is a great location for diving holiday at any time of the year.