At the crossroads between East and West, built upon layers of history of ancient civilizations, Bodrum sits on Turkey's breathtaking Aegean coastline overlooking beaches framed by olive groves and the blue sea. Majestic ancient ruins, some dating from 5,000 years ago, imbue the city with culture and mythology. The Castle of St. Peter, built by the Knights of St. John in 1406, stands near remains of the Ottoman empire, and the grand Mausoleum of King Moussollos is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Sun-seekers, history buffs, and yacht owners alike flock to the gorgeous seaside port of Bodrum-- especially in the summer months. In this magical place, the Ada Hotel offers a luxurious respite cloaked in traditional culture and romance. The 14 guestrooms have balconies opening into the garden or overlooking the sea; the 90 sq-meter Executive Suite is equipped with a fireplace and separate Jacuzzi, and the Presidential Suite shares a private pool with the Penthouse Suite. The health center boasts an enormous Jacuzzi, luxurious Turkish Hammam, sauna and therapeutic treatment rooms.
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