This well-established property consists of a main block and 1 annex building, set in attractive grounds. The hotel has its own beach, a range of activities to suit most ages, a restaurant, a disco and a couple of bars. Additionally, there is a hairdressing salon and a souvenir shop and guests can make use of the laundry service for an extra fee. Guests are welcomed to the air-conditioned beach hotel in the lobby, which offers a 24-hour reception and a 24-hour check-out service, as well as currency exchange facilities. Younger guests can let off steam in the kids'' club and children''s playground. Those arriving by car may leave their vehicles in the hotel car park. There are 149 guest rooms in total.
Following the traditional Bodrum style, with white stucco and graceful archways, Feye Pinara Hotel is a modern three-storey property with views of the Aegean Sea. Featured amenities include a private beach, fitness centre with gym equipment, Turkish baths, massage treatments and sauna, swimming pool, hair salon, beauty services, nightclub and supermarket. Safe-deposit boxes are located at the 24-hour front desk, where staff can assist with travel and hotel facilities. Porters are on hand to transfer luggage and complimentary parking is available. Childcare and laundry services can be arranged. Hotel has totally 122 standard rooms and 27 superior rooms. The 149 air-conditioned guest rooms have bright, modern decor with simple furnishings and balconies with sea views. Standard rooms are size of 30 m2 and suitable for up to 3 persons. All the rooms have balcony, shower, WC, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, split air-conditioning, safe box and hair dryer. Most of the rooms have sea view. You can enjoy the sunset having your cold drink at your balcony. Superior rooms have (in additional to standard rooms) the modern style, floors are carpet and parquet. Rooms are size of 25 m2. Rooms have balcony, mini bar, kettle and tea – coffee set and internet connection. Bathroom with shower, bath and telephone.Lying at the outermost promontory of the Bodrum peninsula, Turgutreis has developed from its origins as a small sleepy fishing village to a thriving holiday resort whose waterfront now boasts a new modern marina to complement its long sand and shingle beach. In the main square, behind the harbour and hotels, you will find a wide selection of cafes, bars and restaurants. Turgutreis is the second largest town on the Bodrum peninsula. The town is named after the famous Turkish admiral Turgut Reis who was born there in 1485. Known in the West as Dragut, Turgut Reis was famous for his expeditions on the coasts of Spain, France, Italy and North Africa, and his participation in the Ottoman siege of Malta. A few kilometres outside the town centre, a waterfront memorial with his statue marks the place where he first set sail. Today the town is a centre for commerce on the western side of the peninsula. Produce from the surrounding villages are collected here for transport, while bakeries, shops and services flourish. The town is a popular holiday destination. Very recently, a new Marina was built in spite of protests and criticisms as townsfolk deemed it an eyesore. Turgutreis is particularly famous for its golden sunsets. Within a time span of between 15 and 45 minutes in the evening, the sun will set producing beautiful and mesmerizing effects.