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  • Family Bungalow

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bathroom, Hair Dryer, Shower

    Two rooms; a double bed, a single bed, and a sofa and a chair both convertible into beds.

    Room size:40 m² / 431 sq ft

  • Standard Bangalow

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bathroom, Hair Dryer, Shower

    One room: a double bed plus a sofa convertible into bed.

    Room size:20 m² / 215 sq ft


    • Our Rating: Resort
    • Summer Season: May 31 – Sep 15
    • Board Basis: All Inclusive
    • Location: Kamplar district of Yalova city, Turkey
    • Nearest city: Yalova (15 min drive)
    • Nearest International Airports:
      1.Istanbul (IST) Ataturk Airport (1 hour 30 min, drive + ferry) – closest ferry station – Yenikapi

2. Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport (SAW) (1 hour 30 min, drive + ferry) – closest ferry station – Pendik.

An Outline

While planning a holiday to Turkey, you would experience a homelike feeling at Rizom Holiday Village near Yalova, which features top-notch lodging and amazing service. Situated at a perfect spot, all the must-see destinations of the city are easily reachable.

Take benefit from an abundance of extraordinary amenities that this Yalova hotel offer. The vibe and comfortable tone of Rizom Beach Resort is imitated in all the guestrooms that are loaded with comforting facilities.

All along the day you can relish the soothing ambiance of the, spa, outdoor pool, sauna and tennis courts.

All Inclusive Food & Drinks:

All three main meals and snacks between the meals. Assortments of soft drinks are also served.

Sports & Leisure Activities:

Generally include football table tennis, and darts.


Daytime entertainment in the summer season and evening activities usually include sports, games, shows and games competitions.

Swimming Pools:

Segregated pools for for men and women: 3 men only outdoor pool with kids’ pool and 1 Indoor pool; 3 women only outdoor pool with kids’ pool.


Right in front of the resort there is a mixed family beach, where the dress code is observed according to Islam.

Health & Relaxation:

Men and women can enjoy separate relaxation facilities of steam, sauna, salt room, Turkish bath and massage room.

For Children:

Kids can enjoy their own playroom, pool, high-chairs.

Important Note

Hotel’s private beach area, outdoor pools, and a few other facilities like kids playground areas and entertainments etc. open only during the summer season from May 31 to Sep 15. These dates may vary according to the weather conditions.

It is not permissible for boys above 5 years of age to enter the women-only facilities. Likewise the girls over 5 years are not allowed in the men-only facilities. Please note that 5 years is not a precise age limit and only for reference. Final decision is at the discretion of the hotel’s management.

On the beach area, almost all the families follow the Islamic dress code, but it is not firmly imposed and we cannot guarantee that everybody would observe the Islamic dress code.


In the hotel…

Men and women and enjoy separate pools at the resort that guarantee 100% seclusion and privacy from an outside eye in women-only areas:

  • 3 men only outdoor swimming pools with kids’ pool and water slides
  • 3 women only outdoor swimming pools with kids’ pool and water slides
  • 1 indoor pool with kids’ pool that is used on rotational basis between women and men – this is usually from morning to 17:00 for women and from 17:00 onwards for men.
  • Decked sunbathing areas surround the pools.
  • For families there is an open mixed beach area with Islamic swimming dress code
  • Spa for woman: Sauna, Turkish bath, steam, massage room, salt room and cafeteria.
  • Spa for men: Sauna, Turkish bath, steam, massage room, salt room and cafeteria.

In the room…

  • Comforts: Air conditioning
  • Luxury to relish: Terrace
  • Get fresh and relax: Bathroom | Toiletries | Hair dryer
  • Entertain yourself: LCD TV
  • Extra care: Housekeeping | Ironing Service

Check-in time

1600 Hours

Check-out time

1100 Hours

Cancellation / Prepayment

If cancelled or modified up to 31 days before check-in date, no fee will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 21 days before check-in date, 25% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 16 days before check-in date, 50% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified later, 100% of price will be charged.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryer
  • Shower
  • Sofa Beds
  • Spa & Fitness Facilities
  • Sport Facilities
  • Wi-Fi

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Enfolded by the Marmara Sea, Yalova is a calm and soothing city opulent in thermal springs and lavish nature. Yalova is one of the central spa centers in Turkey, famous for its thermal tourism.

Apart from thermal tourism, which is accessible all year long in every season, this port city also offers the leisure of beach tour and sports-centered nature sightseeing throughout the year. Specifically, the acclaimed Thermal spas have turned out to be the hub of health, therapeutic calm and relaxation in Turkey and also the Middle East. One of Yalova’s most significant aspects is an extensive cultivation of decorative plants.

Sports & Adventure

Sports & Adventure

Trekking, Hiking, Biking:
The forestry of Yalova, especially those deep-seated inside the province, is quite suited to hiking, trekking and mountain-biking pursuits. Perfect biking and trekking spots are: the Sudusen Waterfall in Uvezpinar, the Delmece and Erikli Plateaus in Tesvikiye, the track from Yalova Uvezpinar to Gemlik Haydariye and from Gemlik’s Sahin crest to Kurtkoy.

Held in the Calidere and Cobankaya highland areas, and in Ciftlikkoy, Deveboynu and the Old Cave region. You can catch Trout at the Sudusen Waterfall situated to the south of the Uvezpinar Village. Fishing turns out to be a sporty yet calm experience for the tourists who have never tried it before. Set up the BBQ grill and enjoy a day with your friends.

Spear Diving:
The rocky spaces about Armutlu are some of the areas that are appropriate for water sports and spear diving. These enthralling sports are enjoyed off Bozburun and Ayıburnu. The Esenkoy, Armutlu shore and the Cinarcik Deveboynu and Senkoy district’s coastal bands possess abundance of fish species such as sea beam, sea bass etc. that are best for spear fishing. The rocky coastal strips are one of the most suitable areas for spear fishing in Turkey.

Things to do

Things to do

Visit Karaca Arboretum:
A garden that features thousands of trees and flowers is an amazing place to get amused by the nature’s most charming creations. You may buy any trees or flower varieties cultivated by the staff.

At Karaca Arboretum you will come across the house where the creator of the place Mr. Hayrettin Karaca resides. We highly recommend you to stopover at this magnificent green abode and appreciate the beautiful handiwork of God.

Visit the Hot Springs:
Termal is a district of Yalova and world-famous for its hot springs.

At a distance of just 12 km from Yalova, the thermal center is a huge complex having 5 baths that hold historical value dating back to the Roman and Byzantine periods. In an authentic sense, the complex proposes an outstanding chance to get liberated of the day-to-day hassle in the restorative waters of the thermal springs.

Armatlu Thermal Resort is one of the prominent thermal facilities, sited in a valley enveloped by forests. The spa waters emanate healing gases. The Armutlu spas are ranked as high radioactivity spas. They are valuable for heart health and overall cleansing of the body.

Termal is an awe-inspiring natural wonder where you entertain yourself with sport activities necessary for a healthy living. A sports-hall features basketball, table tennis and volleyball courts and a jogging trail is also accessible. You will enjoy these activities alongside Gokcedere dam-lake whilst adoring its absorbing scenery and your jogs traversing through these natural splendors to the Sudusen Waterfall would add up as an unforgettable experience.

Yalova, with its astounding nature and thermal amenities greets all tourists seeking requiescence within accessible and comfortable range.

Culture and History

Culture and History

Yalova’s history traces back to the Prehistoric eras and discoveries have been made that belong to 3000 B.C. The Kimmer took over the place during 700 B.C. and there are indications of the Bithynian authority in the years later. Bithynia was appended to Rome in 74 B.C. as an endowment. There are also impacts of the Byzantine sovereignty in the area that shortly got merged with the Ottoman period.

Yalova got converted a province in 1995 and before this time it was just a district of Istanbul.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk sometimes used to live in Yalova during his last years. He notably said in one of his speeches: "Yalova is my city."

Yalova is nestled in the arms of nature and besides its pristine nature that is the pivotal attraction for the tourists this city has a few historical references as well which the history-lovers enjoy to explore.

Yuruyen Kosk – The Walking Mansion of Yalova:
The Kosk has an Ottoman-Turkish design and Ataturk, the forefather of the present Turkey, used this mansion during his stay in the city. Stunning, peculiar, intriguing, desolate, baffling, serene, all of these and many more synonymous words truly describe Yuruyen Kosk.

This mansion has a fable associated to it. It is frequently signified as the 'walking house' because, as the tale goes, Ataturk thought the mansion was very near to a beautiful sycamore tree, so he asked the house to walk. The mansion did exactly as ordered and displaced 3 km down the waterside, towards its existing reposing place.

For an intuition of the mind of a sincerely noble man, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the story of the sycamore tree and how this house actually did walk, and the modern items inside, all mark this as a must-see place if you visit Yalova or the neighboring region.

Thermal Ataturk Pavilion:
In early 19th century the Thermal was constructed in 38 days only. It is a two-storey wooden structure having three reception lounges and eleven other rooms. The pavilion is still conserved with its authentic furniture and it serves as a museum to the visitors. The pavilion features artwork of a Russian artist Ayvazovsky, Hereke and Iranian carpets, French lacquered chairs, a brass bedroom, a German piano and deerskin radio. Except Thursdays it stays open to showcase the legendary artifacts.

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