• Dine&Drink
  • Events
  • Offers

About Manisa


A privileged accomodation in the center of the city, in the heart of nature.

Standing out as the newest and most stylish hotel in Manisa, FortyFive Business Hotel & Spa is an excellent choice for business travelers as MIP is Turkey’s most modern and environmentally friendly industrial park. In addition, thanks to its location in the center of Manisa, it provides easy access to the city center and nature, allowing guests to relax and get away from the stressful business life.

Guests staying in our hotel will have an unforgettable accommodation experience where they can taste delicious dishes from the world cuisine, relax in the spa center and discover the beauties of Manisa. MIP, on the other hand, is one of Turkey’s leading organized industrial park with many business centers and our hotel is located right in the heart of MIP.


Manisa, located between Spil Mountain and Gediz River in Western Anatolia, is one of the important cities of the Aegean Region, 36 km from İzmir. According to Homer, the first settlement was built by Magnets returning from the Trojan wars in BC XIV. It is believed to have been founded in the 19th century. The ancient name of Manisa, which lived under Hittite, Aka, Phrygian, Lydian, Hellenic, Roman and Byzantine domination, is Magnesia.

Sardis (Salihli-Sart)

Sardis, which is 70 km from Manisa city center on the İzmir-Ankara Highway, is the capital of the Lydian State and was built in BC. VI and VII. In the twentieth century, it had great economic and political power.

Hellenistic temple of Artemis, Marble Court-Gymnasium Complex and M.S. The Synagogue, which is thought to have been built in the 17th century, is worth seeing. In this area, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage tentative list, there is also one of the 7 churches mentioned in the Bible.

Thousand Hills
(Salihli-King Tombs)

To the south of Marmara Lake, on the edge of the Gediz plain, there is the Lydian King Cemetery containing approximately 90 thymulus. It is thought that the two large tumuli belong to King Alyattese and King Gyges. Almost all of the tumuli were robbed in the first and middle ages. This area was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List in 2013. taken.

(Akhisar Tepe Cemetery)

On the banks of the Gediz river, within the borders of the Sindel district of Manisa’s Salihli district, rare fossil human footprints were unearthed by MTA in 1969. The footprints are located in the tuffs of a Kula-centered volcano. Fossil Human Footprints were dated by the thermoluminescence (heat-induced radiation) method and were found to be 26,000 years old. 50 of these traces are still exhibited in the MTA Natural History Museum. A sample is exhbited in the Manisa Museum.

Kula Geopark and Fairy Chimneys

Kula and its surroundings have a volcanic geological structure. In Burgaz region, natural formations at the upper part of the Gediz River look like fairy chimneys, formed by the effects of temperature changes, rain, wind and erosion.

Kula geopark was certified by UNESCO in 2013 and became the first geopark in Turkey. Together with Kula, the number of geoparks in the UNESCO geopark network reached 100 in the world and 58 in Europe.


Located in the Yunusemre district of Manisa, 49 km from the center, the ancient Aigai is one of the eleven Ailois cities mentioned by Herodotus. The excavation program started in 2004 continues. It is understood from the ruins that the history of Aigai dates back to the Pergamon Kingdom and was an important trade center during the Roman period. This ruin site is approximately 15 km from the Izmir-Canakkale highway and can be reached via the Bergama-Şakran Köseler neighborhood.

Manisa Mesir Macunu Festival

The Sultan Mosque, built in 1522 by Hafsa Sultan, the wife of Yavuz Sultan Selim and mother of Suleiman the Magnificent, is included in the Sultan Complex. Mesir Macunu, which was prepared by Merkez Efendi, the first administrator of the hospital, and contains 41 kinds of ingredients, mostly spices, cured Hafsa Sultan, who could not find a cure for his illness by the palace physicians, and thus gained a great reputation.

 According to popular belief, those who ate this paste on the day of Nowruz would not suffer from pain for a year, and would be protected from snake and centipede bites. During the festivities celebrated within a program starting from March 21, which is the beginning of Nowruz, especially the Mesir Toss Ceremony attracts great attention by local and foreign tourists. In 2012, the festival was included in the representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity under the name of “Mesir Macunu Festival” by UNESCO.

Spil Mountain National Park

Located on the Spil Mountain rising just south of the city, the National Park is 23 km from Manisa. Spil Mountain, which starts at a height of 60 meters and reaches 1517 meters at the summit, is 10-15 degrees cooler than the city. Sandıkkale is one of the most beautiful parks of our country with its archeological values such as Tantalos Castle, mythological values such as Niobe and Kybele, geophysical formations such as caves, caves, canyons, doline lakes and panoramic beauties.

The FortyFive
Business Hotel & Spa

Contact Information