Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, to open for summer season

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, to open for summer season

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, will open for the summer season on April 1st, boasting brand new services.

New fitness and wellness facilities, a butler service for every room category, a new partnership with Worldwide Kids and specially curated room packages will become available at the resort that overlooks the aptly named Paradise Bay.

By booking the new Stay and Dine room package, guests can take advantage of the resort’s latest offerings and existing five-star amenities, including its exciting dining options.

Surrounded by ancient olive groves and fragrant pine trees, and with panoramic views of the Aegean Sea, the resort’s 129 guestrooms, apartments, suites and villas, each have their own outside space, some with infinity pools that seemingly blend into the blue of the Aegean Sea.

The Crèche Club for children aged from four months to three years is run by fully qualified, trained and experienced staff providing age appropriate activities for babies and toddlers to encourage learning through play.

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Children aged 12 to 17 years are given an opportunity to develop their independence and enjoy inspirational artistic pursuits at the Teens Club.

With eight restaurants and bars, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum offers a tantalizing range of dining options.

From a leisurely snack at the Blue Beach Club & Bar to eating alfresco under the stars at Assaggio, the chic Italian restaurant perched over the azure waters of Paradise Bay, each eatery offers a distinctive dining experience.

At Turkish fish and seafood restaurant, Bodrum Balikçisi, diners enjoy seasonal dishes served in traditional style.

The Pool Bar & Restaurant has a children’s dining area.

Creative cocktails can be savoured at Mandarin Bar, while mouth-watering pastries and desserts can be found at the Mandarin Cake Shop.

The resort’s beach venue, Blue Marlin Ibiza, Bodrum, is the place to chill out and enjoy great music.