Parkim Ayaz Hotel

With slides, swim-up bars and a sandy shoreline close by, the Parkim Ayaz Hotel offers something for all the family members.

The busy and active main pool coils around a swim-up bar, so you won’t even need to leave the water if you fancy a drink.

While parents relax in the pool, children can shoot down slides, take part in the numerous water-based activities, or have fun at the kids’ club.

The main restaurant is a buffet number serving food from around the globe. You’ll also find a number of child-friendly options, so everyone will leave happy and full.

Overview of Gumbet

A holiday to the Bodrum region provides the whole family with impressive beaches, ancient ruins and waterfront dining. By day, you’ll find plenty of water sports and boat trips while, in the evening, there’s enough nightlife to keep you dancing until the sun comes up.

Gumbet has all the makings of a classic Turkish holiday. Surrounding the Parkim Ayaz Hotel, you’ll find long stretches of sandy beach, water sports galore and rejuvenating Turkish baths. When it comes to fun in the sun, Bodrum certainly knows how to impress.

Things to do in Gumbet

The Parkim Ayaz Hotel is a little slice of heaven if you love beaches. Just outside the hotel, a tree-lined strip of sand is packed with loungers and colourful brollies. The sea is warm and shallow, so the whole family can paddle and swim safely.

A stay here isn’t all about the beach, though. The hotel is central, so you’re within easy reach of Gumbet’s shops, bars and restaurants. On a Sunday morning, there’s even a weekly market held here. Remember that you’ll get the best bargains when you haggle.

For family-friendly fun, visit the two water parks – Aquapark Dedeman is a 15-minute drive from Gumbet and it’s the largest in Turkey.

Gumbet is quickly becoming one of Turkey’s most popular holiday destinations. Whether you’re six or sixty, you’ll love it here and there’s an activity to keep every member of the family happy.


Resort Summary

Outside of Bodrum City you’ll discover that many different areas come together to make up what is known as the Bodrum peninsula. Lying just two kilometres from the city is Gumbet, which is one of them. Located between the Taurus Mountains brimming with pine forests and the Mediterranean Sea, sits what was once a suburb of Bodrum. But thanks to its wonderful beach, it’s now a well-established sun-worshippers’ paradise in its own right.

Many great All Inclusive resorts line this strip of the peninsula, as do a plethora of restaurants, cafes, shops and nightclubs. Package holidays to Turkey are in high demand here and when the lights switch on as dusk falls, you get a whole new view of this wonderful area.