Accor announces the opening of Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa, the fifth Swissôtel in Turkey. This latest addition to one of the most distinguished tourist destinations holds a special place in history, having been built in 1946 as Kirazlıyayla Sanatorium by architects H. Emin Onat and Prof. Dr. Leman C. Tomsu, the latter being one of Turkey’s first female architects and the former known for his work on Anıtkabir.
After a meticulous restoration, the hotel, rooted in rich heritage and aligned with Turkey’s national architectural movement, now stands as one of Bursa’s cherished landmarks. Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa comprises 173 rooms that seamlessly blend contemporary design with world-class service, offering guests a retreat surrounded by lush national parks.
Focusing on the brand’s commitment to promoting quality in life and recognizing time as a precious gift, Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa adopts a holistic approach to mental and physical well-being. The hotel operates year-round, providing guests with a range of elevated experiences, including meditation, yoga, detox programs, and dietary plans, all guided by internationally recognized experts.
The hotel in Bursa places a strong emphasis on mindfulness, urging guests to live in the present moment and fostering overall well-being through sustainable cuisine featuring fresh flavors crafted from locally sourced ingredients, supporting local businesses.
Remarkable SPA Experience
Swissôtel’s renowned Pürovel SPA brand offers a range of relaxing treatments, from Swedish massages to aromatherapy, alongside therapeutic procedures such as mesotherapy, PRP, and ozone therapy under expert medical supervision. The state-of-the-art fitness facility not only features cutting-edge exercise machines but also serves as a catalyst for enhancing mental health, reducing stress, and improving overall quality of life.
Meeting Point for Business and Culture
Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa provides versatile spaces, including a ballroom, auditorium, and five meeting rooms, hosting cultural and artistic events while offering a conducive environment for business professionals. The hotel will also host the Bursa Business School, an institution founded by the Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry. This school will organize a variety of training programs and events, embodying the principle of “lifelong education” for business professionals globally. In addition to economic contributions, the Bursa Business School aims to enrich the city’s cultural landscape through educational initiatives and art activities, fostering growth in both the local economy and the broader business community.