Mandarin Oriental Opens New Turkish Resort

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has opened a new luxury resort in Turkey. Ideally located on a 60-hectare waterfront site at Cennet Koyu and offering panoramic views of the Aegean Sea, the Mandarin Oriental Bodrum is the group’s latest addition to its portfolio, featuring luxurious design incorporating contemporary Turkish elements and stylish Oriental-inspired touches.


Stylish and spacious, the beautiful accommodations offer the perfect blend of luxury and comfort. 59 beautifully-appointed guestrooms, 27 spacious suites, 2 Presidential Villas and 23 apartments are flooded with natural light. Most rooms have terraces with private dining areas and sundecks, with the suites also featuring a plunge pool and outdoor shower set in private gardens with spectacular views over the Aegean Sea, while the stunning Mandarin Villa and Oriental Villa incorporate Turkish design elements and the comforts of home making them ideal for entertaining.


A carefully curated selection of restaurants and bars offer a tantalising range of dining experiences. Assaggio is a fabulous Italian restaurant specializing in creative, light dishes coupled with a mix of indoor and al fresco dining, while local traditions influence the flavours and service at Mediterranean restaurant Sofra and authentic Turkish cuisine at Olive Garden. For lighter meals, the Blue Beach Bar & Club and Pool Bar & Restaurant present casual dining options, while The Terrace Lounge and Mandarin Cake Shop offer cakes, patisseries, homemade sweets and delicacies. Open until the last customer leaves, JuJu Bar@M2 transforms from a relaxed seafood dining venue by day to a cool party venue by night, where the talented mixologists serve up creative cocktails, champagnes and artisan beers to the beats from the DJ.


With 2 private beaches and 2 ballrooms that can accommodate up to 440 guests, a range of events can be hosted at the Mandarin Oriental Bodrum, giving conference organizers and incentive trip planners the versatility required.  Recreation takes the form of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, spread over 2,700 square meters and 3 floors, which also features extensive heat and water facilities.


Mandarin Oriental Bodrum becomes the seventh European property for the brand. After years of growth in Asia and the Americas, the company is focusing on Europe and Africa, with an eighth hotel under development in Marrakech.


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