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SPONSORED: Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum opens with some enticing treats including new wellbeing and extra night packages.
By Elite Traveler | May 20 2020
Located on the shores of delightful Paradise Bay, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum opens for the holiday season on May 20, with some enticing treats including new wellbeing and extra night packages.
As ever, the comfort, health and safety of our guests and employees is our primary concern and we also understand the need for flexibility when it comes to planning travel. Our detailed health and safety procedures are firmly in place and our flexible cancellation policies, designed to help our guests with their travel plans can all be viewed here.
The season’s new healthy highlight is the Wellbeing Retreat package
Guests seeking a calming and healthy break can enjoy daily health, wellness and yoga with expert advice on what best suits their fitness using body analysis and a Five Elements consultation.
The indulgent Wellbeing Retreat package also includes a daily detox menu and a nurturing Time Rituals treatment in The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, winner of the 2016 World Luxury Spa Awards.
Enjoy more of Paradise Bay with the One More Night package
Guests who’ve booked at least two consecutive nights’ accommodation between May 20 and June 30 can extend their stay in paradise with a third night for €595 ($650).
A new villa, ideal for large families
Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum is delighted to launch its new five-bedroom Magnolia Villa. This splendid villa has a fully equipped kitchen, a living area, an outdoor terrace with spectacular views, a barbecue area and a private pool.
Spacious dining facilities
Winner of numerous renowned gastronomy awards, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum has large, spacious and comfortable dining facilities, allowing plenty of room for social distancing.
Guests can choose from the trattoria-style Italian restaurant Assaggio, Turkish fish and seafood at Bodrum Balıkçısı and the world-renowned contemporary Japanese restaurant Kurochan by Ioki, which will present a new teppanyaki menu. Sweet treats, creative cocktails and live music are a step away in the Mandarin Bar and delicious desserts and cakes can be found in The Mandarin Cake Shop.
Guests can also savor lunch or snacks on the resort’s private beach at the Blue Beach Club & Bar, the poolside Pool Bar & Restaurant is open all day, and family-friendly Sofra serves an a la carte international menu including healthy snacks with gluten-free and natural options.
There’s so much to do for guests who love sports
Along with many outdoor activities like scuba diving and snorkeling, sailing and fishing, the resort has two tennis courts, a basketball court, a jogging path along Paradise Bay, and several swimming pools.
For those who just want pampering: The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum
Winner of various globally prestigious awards, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum offers Bodrum’s most extensive wellness and beauty treatments. Favouring natural ingredients in its signature therapies, the Spa follows a sustainable approach using olive oil, sage and lavender curated from the resort’s own gardens. And it’s the perfect place for guests to try the age-old Turkish bath or hammam and this season’s new Wellbeing Retreat package.
The ideal wedding setting
The resort has several wedding venue options, including the glamorous Olive Garden Beach, with an expanse of grass, olive trees and stunning beach able to accommodate up to 1,500 guests. Before the Big Day, the resort can host stag and hen parties, including a traditional henna night for brides.
There is lots for children to do
Gymboree, a world leader in child development programs and operating in over 40 countries, can help guests’ children have fun and learn with yoga, music, pottery, cooking classes and personalized birthday parties.