Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort is a brand new hotel beyond ordinary. Regnum Carya has adopted it as a mission to blend luxury, elegance and quality and to offer an unforgettable comfortable and luxurious lifestyle with a customized service concept.
Room by Pool
|Single Room||200,00 €||220,00 €||450,00 €||250,00 €|
|Double Room||280,00 €||300,00 €||450,00 €||330,00 €|
|Triple Room||380,00 €||400,00 €||-||430,00 €|
Regnum Carya Golf & SPA Resort offers indoor/outdoor pools with water slides, a luxury spa centre with massage treatments, a sauna and a steam bath, and a private sandy beach. The hotel is placed at the Carya Golf Course.
The spacious units of Regnum Carya have a private balcony or terrace, many of which overlook the Mediterranean Sea. They all have LCD TV with satellite channels. Some suites offer a spa bath.
Ultra All Inclusive Regnum Carya Golf & SPA Resort provides à la carte restaurants, a snack bar and a pattisserie. Guests can enjoy shows at the open-air theatre or dance at the on-site disco.
Guests of Regnum Carya Golf & SPA Resort can swim in the indoor or outdoor pools, or play tennis on one of the floodlit courts. There is a surf pool and a wave pool at the resort. Chelsea Soccer School is also available for kids.
The property is 28 km from Antalya International Airport. Free on-site car parking is available.
In 2013, Antalya became the third most visited city in the world by number of international arrivals, ranking behind Paris and London, respectively. Antalya previously ranked third in the world in 2011 and 2012 and fourth in 2010 with over 10.5 million visitors in 2011.
The area is shielded from the northerly winds by the Taurus Mountains. Antalya has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen: Csa) with hot and dry summers and mild and rainy winters. Around 300 days of the year are sunny, with nearly 3,000 hours of sunlight per year.
Antalya has beaches including Konyaaltı, Lara and Karpuzkaldıran. Beydağları and Saklikent are used for winter sports. There are a number of mosques, churches, madrasahs, masjids, hans (caravanserai) and hamams (Turkish bath) in the city. Kaleiçi, the harbor, which the city walls enclose, is the oldest part of the city. Kaleiçi contains historic houses with traditional Turkish and local Greek architecture.