Bodrum Loft offers long lease serviced residences, and as a high-end property offering unique style and bohemian luxury, it is the first of its kind in the world to do so. Fully furnished long lease Lofts at Bodrum Loft offer amenities and services one would expect from a five-star hotel such as housekeeping, room service, a well-maintained swimming pool and gardens, common use areas, restaurant, bar, fitness center, spa, private beach and more. Utility costs such as electricity and water bills are included in the long-term lease, as well as an all-risk insurance. All you have to do is to show up with your bags and enjoy your time off.
The lease terms start with five years with the option to extend or to transfer the lease. Subleasing to another tenant is also possible through the Bodrum Loft management. The management team handles all subleasing procedures on behalf of the lease holder for a 35% operating fee.
This long lease policy will set a new standard in the high-end real estate world.
The focus in this award-winning project has been creating progressive adaptable spaces around courtyards, through which one- and two-story housing complexes are connected to each other. Patios link all units, and they are embedded in the terrain, which allows, for every unit, stunning views of the beautiful bay. Each unit has a unique floor plan but features rustic, wooden details and mosaics that give this gorgeous property its character.
WAF World Architecture Festival 2017, Berlin Leisure-Led Development-Future / Winner
The Plan Awards / Hospitality / Winner
Leaf Awards / Hospitality Building / Completed and Future / Shortlisted
Turkey’s most popular summer destination both for local and international visitors renews itself constantly. Every season Bodrum gets on the summer stage and hosts luxurious spots, boutique pleasures and reﬁned delights for a sumptuous adventure. Renowned for its ﬂat-roof white stone houses, perfect summer weather with close to zero humidity, crystal clear Aegean bays and beautiful nature that shelters various types of citrus, the peninsula promises all the decadence the Mediterranean lifestyle oﬀers. The perfect time to visit Bodrum is in the summertime, from May to October.In ancient times, Bodrum has been best known as the home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus built by Artemisia II, who adopted and greatly developed this beautiful Aegean city with roots going back to the fourth century BC. It kept its status as an important and coveted port city throughout history, while changing hands between Persians, Greeks, Italians and Ottomans. While its popularity in Turkey and prominence as an archeological treasure trove became apparent only in the middle of 20th century, it wasn’t until the 1970’s that Bodrum became a haven for beauty seekers, local and worldwide, and it partly owes its fame to the efforts and vision of several entrepreneurs who fell in love with it.