good base for exploration
luxury seaside spot
waterfront bar & restaurant
Nestled in the charming fishing village of Gocek, D-Resort Gocek is an elegant boutique hotel surrounded by lush gardens and with an outdoor pool surrounded by sun terraces in southwest Turkey.
The marina and bay are right on its doorstep, perfect for those who love sailing and being on the water. Having undergone a contemporary renovation in the last couple of years, this seaside boutique hotel represents Turkey at its best.
World Luxury Spa Awards - 2016
Breakfast is served on the terrace of the Olive Tree Restaurant and the waterfront Breeze Restaurant which overlooks D-Resort Gocek's private beach serves lunches, snacks and a Mediterranean menu in the evenings.
Japanese dishes, zingy cocktails, and international wine lists are served at the Q Lounge alongside live music.
spa treatment room
Cumhuriyet Mahallesi PK.15, Gocek, Fethiye/Mugla 48310, Turkey
We recommend you fly into Dalaman Airport - the nearest train station is at Denizli, a two-hour and fifty-minute drive (Approximately 200km distance).
The nearest airport is Dalaman Airport, a 25-minute drive by car (Approximately 18.2km distance).
15% deposit due at the time of booking.
For cancellations received within 6 days prior to date of arrival, D-RESORT GOCEK will charge a cancellation fee of one night accommodation, for cancellation within 5 days or no-show, 100% of the total amount of stay will be charged. All reservations subject to this article will be charged within 3 days of the scheduled arrival date and will be paid 14 days after the invoice date.
Check-in time: 14:00
Check-out time: 12:00
Early check-in: no
Late check-out: no
No pets allowed. Fee is $0
Each hotel selected for its unique charm by Lulu the founder.
Special benefits only guests booking through Chic Retreats obtain.
If you find your stay cheaper elsewhere we will give you £50 towards your next stay with us.
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