Want views from every angle? A luxury hotel in Turkey has 24 rooms that slowly rotate throughout the day ensuring every room is privilege to the stunning 360 degree panorama around The Marmara Antalya, which is perched on a cliff top with views of the sea AND the countryside.
The healthy hotel has a chilled out library on the 'Tuti' floor. There is also an art gallery that features local artists, and the restaurant provides an 'open buffet' where a group of award winning creative young chefs serve a delicious array of regional and organic foods, blending local Turkish and world cuisine.
The hotel has a private beach, accessed by a 70 metre tunnel studded with stalactites and stalagmites the beach is hidden amongst the cliffs totally out of sight of the bustling city and offering stunning views of the Bey Mountains.
The Marmara Antalya was built in 2005 by French architect Christian Allart the Revolving Loft operates on the principals of buoyancy and varies in revolving rhythms of between two and 22 hours. Sitting atop the cliffs on 28 specially landscaped acres, The Marmara Antalya has 24 uniquely designed rooms; and 208 standard rooms.