Our company has been operating since 14/12/2000 with our main activities which are distribution, tourism and marketing.
In 2006, until the privatization of Tekel, ANTAR Inc. was a monopoly dealer in the Bodrum region and with the privatization; has also undertaken the Muğla British Tobacco (BAT) region franchise as well as the Marmaris region franchise. On 30/05/2009 the BAT franchise was also released. On 22/06/2009, the activity started as Burgaz Antalya district feller. He left the dealership on 31/01/2010. After this date; the company is headquartered in the tourism sector and operates with 3 hotels as “Dalaman Airport Lykia Resort Hotel” in Muğla province Dalaman region; “Göcek Lykia Resort Hotel” in Muğla province Göcek region and “Rhodes Lykia Boutique Hotel” in Rhodes’ Kallithea district.
- Dalaman Airport Lykia Resort
The land; which is 4000 + 2000 m2 , total 6000 m2 and 3km from the Dalaman Airport; was purchased. The hotel’s construction has been completed on 31/03/2011. The hotel, which was opened on April 1, 2011, is based on a 1450 m2 floor; and there are 174 rooms of 19 m2 in our facility which has meeting room, restaurants, fitness, parking, tennis courts and 2 swimming pools; 1 indoor and 1 outdoor; which are 350m2.
- Göcek Lykia Resort
Göcek, one of the world’s leading marine paradises, was launched in 2011 by Antar Inc. Our hotel was built as ground + 2 floors. It has a meeting room, restaurants, spa and hammam, 172 m2 outdoor pool. Gocek and İnlice Beach is 500 m away.
Since our accommodation facilities are close to Dalaman Airport which is also open to international flights; our portfolio includes Turkey and the major airline companies of the world.
- Rhodes Lykia Boutique Hotel
Has welcomed its first guests in April 2016. Number of rooms is 69. Our hotel is located in beachfront of Kallithea.
Our company, which also has catering services; provides catering services to the major companies in Dalaman, Göcek and Fethiye including Dalaman Airport, Dalaman Paper Factory which make approximately 1500 people a day.