Hotel Rooms and Beds:
Grand Cali Hotel Bozoyuk Bilecik has 80 rooms with 164 beds in total. Including 4 junior suites, 1 disabled room and 76 standard rooms, All Rooms luxuriously designed and equipped with Direct Dial Phone, Minibar, Safe box, Satellite tv, Split air condition, Shower, Bastub, Wc and Hair dryer.
Grand Cali Hotel Bozoyuk Bilecik has rooms with greenery hills and pool views are available.
Wining and Dining:
Grand Cali Hotel Bozoyuk Bilecik has an Indoor A'la carte Manolya Restaurant with capacity of 300 people offers various of delicious tastes. Also Pool side Restaurant with capacity of 1000 people suitable for your wedding meals and special days. Turkish cuisine and grills will change your tastebuds. Begonya breakfast hall offers open buffet breakfast. At the pool bar you can enjoy your drinks.
Grand Cali Hotel Bozoyuk Bilecik has Bed and Breakfast system.
Grand Cali Hotel Bozoyuk Bilecik has a meeting room with capacity of 100 people equipped with Screen, Whiteboard, slide projector, Projector, Sound system, Microphone, Video player, DVD player, Television, Fax, Air conditioning, Light system.
Facilities and Services:
Grand Cali Hotel Bozoyuk Bilecik has Outdoor swimming pool with children section, Turkish bath, Sauna, Fitness center, Disco to offer. Moreover Central air condition and heating, Tv corner, Internet connection, Laundry, Ironing, Safety box at reception, Medical room, Power Generator, gift shop, 24 hours room service, power generator, Doctor for emergency, Parking without fee is available. On request Pets are allowed.
Grand Cali Hotel is located in Bozoyuk city center /Bilecik. Its 30 km from Bilecik city center, 105 km from Bursa, 20 km from Sogut, 15 km from Inonu, 55 km from Inegol, 40 km from Eskisehir and 280 km from Istanbul Ataturk Airport. Bilecik is neighboring Bursa to the east, Kocaeli and Sakarya to the nors, Bolu to the west, Eskiehir to the southeast and Kutahya to the south Along with its districts, it is the birsplace of the Osmanl dynasty, whose members founded the Ottoman Empire. The town is famous for its numerous restored Turkish houses. It is increasingly becoming more attractive more tourists. With its rich architectural heritage, Bilecik is a member of the Norwich-based European Association of Historic Towns and Regions.