Mandarin Bodrum has already opened with expanded facilities for guests, especially from the GCC. New villas and suites overlooking idyllic Paradise Bay will be available, and more butlers will be on hand to maintain the resort’s reputation for excellent service.
Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum is located at a 60-hectare waterfront site on the northern side of the Turkish peninsula at Paradise Bay, offering panoramic views of the Aegean Sea. The resort’s 129 rooms, apartments, suites and villas provide the largest accommodation in the area, all with sun decks, balconies, and many with private gardens and infinity edged pools. Eight restaurants and bars showcase innovative cuisine, while the 2700 sq m spa introduces the group’s awarding-winning spa concepts together with a range of wellness programmes. In addition, the diverse event spaces, two sandy beaches and exten- sive leisure facilities will bring sophistication and elegance, making this the perfect luxurious hideaway retreat for discerning travellers.
Guests staying at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum now have three new villas and the Bougainvillea and Royal Suites to choose from in addition to the existing selection of guest rooms, apartments, suites and villas. The Bougainvillea Suite features a single bedroom and private swimming pool overlooking the Aegean Sea. The sea-view Royal Suite, with seven rooms, private garden and swimming pool is the largest on the Bodrum Peninsula with 533 square metres of space.
One of the hotel’s eight restaurants and bars, Italian eatery Assaggio will host guest chef Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier, head of Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s two Michelin-starred restaurants, from August 14-18. Using his 15 years of experience, he will present a special seven course dinner menu to Assaggio diners. In addition to presenting traditional Turkish cuisine made with fresh seasonal ingredients, chef Murat Tasdemir will introduce diners to tantalising new flavours at the restaurant this summer.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, winner of the Spa category at The 2016 World Luxury Spa and Restaurant Awards, offers the Bodrum Peninsula’s range of wellness, beauty and massage treatments. From within this luxurious setting, therapists use natural ingredients, including sage, lavender and olive oil grown in the resort’s own garden. Internationally acclaimed podiatrist Bastien Gonzalez and his team will be available at The Spa from June to the end of August to provide treatments for feet, hands and nails. Centuriesold Turkish bath rituals and Moroccan-style Hammam therapies can be experienced at The Spa.