Accor that operates more than 1000 hotels in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific regions, has brought the fifth Swissôtel in Türkiye's Uludağ.

One of Bursa's most valuable heritage sites

Designed in 1946 by H. Emin Onat, the architect of Anıtkabir, and Prof. Dr. Leman C. Tomsu, one of Türkiye's first female architects, the complex originally known as Kirazlıyayla Sanatorium stands out with its rich history. The building that converted hotel bey restoration, is reflecting the principles of the national architectural movement and establishing a connection with the unique nature of Uludağ. Kirazlıyayla Sanatorium, one of Bursa's most valuable heritage sites, has given life to Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa, inviting guests to escape city life and rejuvenate.

173 keys

Located within Uludağ National Park, the hotel offers 173 keys that blend modern design with world-class service. Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa focuses on mental and physical renewal, fitness, and a holistic approach to well-being, adhering to the belief that quality of life and time are the most valuable gifts.

Personalized service

Operating year-round, the hotel provides personalized experiences for every guest, from meditation and yoga to detox programs and diet plans supervised by accomplished doctors. Emphasizing mental tranquility and staying present, Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa presents guests with sustainably prepared dishes using locally sourced fresh produce.

“Great value to our portfolio”

Paul Stevens, Accor's Chief Operating Officer for the Middle East, Africa, and Türkiye, highlights the significance of Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa for Accor Group, stating, "Remaining faithful to the rich heritage of Kirazlıyayla Sanatorium, Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa adds great value to our portfolio and represents the importance Swissôtel places on nature. Guests will be captivated by the hotel's design, nature, and restored architecture while experiencing activities focused on fitness and well-being. Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa will be an excellent travel destination throughout the year for anyone looking to spend time on the slopes of the mountain, hike, mentally rejuvenate, or enhance their quality of life."

“It will reflect Swissôtel's philosophy”

Ufuk Demir, General Manager of Swissôtel Uludağ Bursa, expresses excitement about the monumental structure, originally designed as a sanatorium among the healing forests of Uludağ. He believes that the historical complex, consisting of five different buildings on a 200-acre land, will reflect Swissôtel's philosophy of fitness and wellness after renovation, making a significant impact in the hospitality sector. He is pleased to have added this sustainable facility, which takes guests away from city life, to the Accor family.

Editor: Savaş Daş