Since 1968...

You may tour Ulu Mosque,which was built by Yıldırım Beyazıt between the years of 1396-1400, and Muradiye Külliyesi, which was built by 2nd Murat between the years of 1424-1426

Our Hotel has accepted serving tourism as essential, it has changed Turkish Hospitality to permanent feelings and it has placed in your hearts with these feelings since 1968. In addition to being one of the oldest hotels of Bursa, our Hotel continues high quality customer satisfaction.Our Hotel stands opposite of Ulu Mosque and next to historical Covered Market. Our Hotel, which was a mansion before 1968, has been changed to modern foundation after this year to serve tourism.

During your staying time we will be at your service with our room,breakfast, washing and ironing services.

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Artıç Otel - Bursa

Our Hotel has the capacity of 70 rooms, 1 suit, 3 junior suit, 66 standart rooms and 135 beds.

  • Cash at reception,
  • Generator,
  • Safety Cameras,
  • Wireless,
  • Business Center,
  • Washing and ironing service,
  • Two saloons, Harmonia Saloon (its capacity is 180 people)
  • Mosaic Saloon (its capacity is 70 people)

Why Artıç Hotel...

Our Hotel has accepted serving tourism as essential, it has changed Turkish Hospitality to permanent feelings and it has placed in your hearts with these feelings since 1968.

In addition to being one of the oldest hotels of Bursa, our Hotel continues high quality customer satisfaction.Our Hotel stands opposite of Ulu Mosque and next to historical Covered Market.

Green Bursa

You can trace Bursa's beginnings back to the legend of Solomon and the Queen of sheba,to its foundation in the name of king Prusias,(whom Hannibal,commonder of Carthage,served) or if you prefer even as far back as Olympos.

How ever it is obvious that the city of Bursa really acquired an identity of its own at the beninning of the Ottoman period; the conquest of the city by Orhan Ghazi transformed Bursa from a city ruled from 1071 onw ards,the mosque formed the nucleus of Anatolian cities and the bazaar also influenced the fabric of the city.

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