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The hotel was founded in 1966 by Honorary KINAV. Today, it still continues its activities as a family business.
Fahri Hotel has a total capacity of 64 rooms. Uludag is located in the 1st Region. It is 75 km from the bus station and 30 km from Bursa city centre.
Located in Uludag National Park, amongst the mountains, close to shops and restaurants, this cozy all-inclusive hotel is on the D575 highway. It is a few minutes’ walk from the ski lifts in Kervansaray Uludag Ski Center.
The simply designed rooms are equipped with a TV, high speed internet access, balcony, mini fridge and safe. Upscale rooms also have a seating area and a flat-screen TV. Room service is offered. Children aged 6 and under stay free with an adult.
Included meals are served in the buffet restaurant, which offers mountain views and a friendly atmosphere. There is a cozy lobby bar, spa, games room and gym. Ski equipment can be rented.
Uludağ the ancient Mysian Olympus (also Bithynian Olympus), is a mountain in Bursa Province, Turkey, with an elevation of 2,543 m (8,343 ft). In Turkish, Uludağ means “great mountain”. In ancient times the range of which it is a part, extending along the southern edge of Bithynia, was known as Olympos in Greek and Olympus in Latin, the western extremity being known as the Mysian Olympus and the eastern as the Bithynian Olympus, and the city of Bursa was known as Prusa ad Olympum from its position near the mountain. Throughout the Middle Ages, it contained hermitages and monasteries: “The rise of this monastic centre in the 8th c. and its prestige up to the 11th are linked to the resistance of numerous monks to the policy of the iconoclast emperors and then to a latent opposition to the urban, Constantinopolitan monasticism of the Studites.” One of the greatest monks of the Christian East, the wonder-working Byzantine monk Saint Joannicius the Great, lived as a hermit on this mountain.
Mt. Uludağ is the highest mountain of the Marmara region. Its highest peak is Kartaltepe at 2,543 m (8,343 ft). To the north are high plateaus: Sarıalan, Kirazlıyayla, Kadıyayla, and Sobra.
There is an abandoned wolfram mine near the summit. The mine and the integrated plant, which were built in 1974 for US$60 million, were closed in 1989 due to high production costs. The area is a popular center for winter sports such as skiing, and a national park of rich flora and fauna. Summer activities, such as trekking and camping, also are popular.